Buyers' Survey 2003

June 2004
IT Training;Jun2004, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that the amount employers spend on technology-based training fell from 20 per cent of the information technology (IT) training budget in 2002 to 18 percent in 2003. The annual Buyers' Survey, conducted by 17 Skills Research, the market intelligence arm of IT Training, found that wending on e-learning rose from 11 to 12 per cent in 2003 these figures include spend on e-learning as part of blended learning. Meanwhile, spending on computer-based training declined from nine to six per cent in the same period.


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