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REDTRAY 'Fast50' survey results
Training company REDTRAY has collated the results of a series of surveys carried out during the Learning Technologies show on Wednesday.
For each REDTRAY 'Fast50' survey, opinions were gathered from 50 show visitors at random. These were then analysed and published within minutes of the survey being completed. Here's a rundown of yesterday's polling:
First thing Wednesday morning REDTRAY asked 50 Learning Technologies visitors: "Where will you allocate the majority of your training programme spend in 2012?".
The largest group, 18%, said they would allocate the majority of their training programme spend to professional development programmes. 14% expect to prioritise their operation's management and leadership programmes with a further 14% quoting sales training support as their priority area for 2012 spend. Product training was top priority for 13% of responders.
During Wednesday lunchtime REDTRAY asked 50 Learning Technologies visitors: "What will be your main training delivery method in 2012?".
On the job training was the most popular answer to this question at Learning Technologies and was the preferred delivery method for just over 30% of show visitors. Virtual Classroom, the preferred choice of just over 27%, came second, followed by blended learning, which was the best delivery option for over 1 visitor in 5. 12% of survey respondents said e-learning will be their main training delivery method in 2012 with 10% opting for classroom based training.
On Wednesday afternoon REDTRAY asked 50 Learning Technologies visitors: "Do have plans to introduce tablet devices into the training mix?".
Less than 4 in 10 of those surveyed said they have any plans to introduce tablet technology into their training mix. Just over one in three (34%) said say they have no plans to adopt and just under one in three (29%) said they may bring tablets or iPads into the learning mix, but have no firm plans to do so yet.
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