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Survey looks at training provision and delivery
Video Arts has released the results of a new survey that asked 565 learning professionals about the training they provide and how it is delivered.
The survey found that 84% of respondents provide full-day training courses; 81% provide in-house training; 69% provide coaching; 58% use digital video clips; and 50% provide e-learning and interactive self-study courses.
According to the survey, the top ten priorities for learning and development professionals are leadership and managing people, communication, customer service and quality, performance management, attitude and motivation, teamwork, change management, project management, diversity and health & safety.
Martin Addison, managing director of Video Arts, said: "When we undertook a similar survey with line managers last June, we found that 'attitude and motivation' was their top priority for learning, as organisations were trying to improve performance and reduce the levels of stress, anxiety and uncertainty in the workplace.
"It's interesting that line managers believe that performance can be enhanced by improving the attitude of their staff, whereas learning professionals believe the answer lies in more effective leadership."
In the future, the survey found that 62% of organisations intend to provide more coaching; 56% plan to offer more e-learning and interactive self study courses; 56% plan to provide more 'short' courses of two hours or less; 54% intend to provide more training in-house; 38% plan to increase the amount of online video streaming they use; and 16% plan to cut the number of full-day courses they run.
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