Ten Tips to Measure Training ROI - Slide 9

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Know the investment outlay. Since ROI by definition is a return on investment, it stands to reason that it can’t be calculated without knowing the investment itself. First, calculate the investment: class cost added to the salary of the learners for the days within class. Then, calculate the return: multiply the average salary by the percent students said their work improved due to training.

If you can’t prove a return on your training program – real learning that is adopted and applied -- then you run the risk of having it cut back or even losing it. You may think that measuring ROI is hard. However, if you follow these fast, hard rules, provided by ESI International, you’ll be on your way to proving your learning program has measurable impact.

 

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