Survey reports UK firms prefer blended tuition

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p6
Trade Publication
A staggering 81 per cent of Great Britain companies now regard blended training as a cost-effective, flexible training solution, a recent survey has found. The survey, which was independently analysed by Twelve Consultancy, polled 1,700 training buyers and delegates. "Our own research has found significant resistance from both IT professionals and end users to using e-learning as a straight replacement for instructor-led training," says David Pardo, director of IT Skills Research.


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