Previous Article Next Article Thismonth’s newsROIGuru Oneof the biggest names in training evaluation, Dr Jack Phillips, will bepresenting at the Training Solutions Show at Birmingham on 4 July in a half-dayseminar entitled Measuring Learning, Performance and Impact.Hisbooks include Handbook of Training Evaluation and Measurement Methods and TheConsultant’s Scorecard.Theshow, supported by Training and sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers, alsoincludes half-day seminars on emotional intelligence, e-learning and innovation& creativity.Formore information see www.training-shows.co.uk or callColin Parris at Brintex on 020-7973 6643RewardenoughNewGovernment research suggests that two-thirds of employees would choose a jobwhich offered off-the-job training over one paying 5 per cent more but withouttraining opportunities. Theresearch was commissioned by the DfEE as part of its relaunch of the NationalTraining Awards which recognises excellence and demonstrable benefits achievedthrough learning. IIPstandardThenew version of the Investors in People standard has been launched. It can bedownloaded at: www.iipuk.co.uk/TheStandardClimatecheckTheCampaign for Learning has a new interactive learning climate questionnaire onits web site where you can diagnose the extent to which your workplace culturesupports learning. See:www.campaign-for-learning.org.uk/surveyC&Gin ChinaCity& Guilds has become the only foreign awarding body sanctioned by theChinese government to deliver and administer vocational qualifications inChina. Thefirst City & Guilds qualification to gain government support is inretailing and 140 employees from one of China’s largest department stores havealready embarked on the course. NewsOn 1 May 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.