Putting a Value on the Training You Developed

Come along for a quick read on how you too can put a value on your training and perhaps even a dollar amount to wow your stakeholders.

Let’s face it.  At some point in time, most companies are going to have the need to develop in-house training.  In design career, you may have encountered a number of different types of training.  But regardless of the subject matter, the bottom line revolves around money (either to increase revenue or decrease costs).  And, with that in mind, it is a very safe bet to assume that the stakeholders and sponsors (the ones flipping the bill for the training) are interested in that one thing too; money.  They are probably very interested to know how well the training you developed will ultimately bring the business in more money or reduce costs through evaluation, right?  So if you created a training course on how to use new software, they’d want to know if the employees could actually use the system after completing the training.

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