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naveenkumar576 Started The Discussion:

Hi,

Greetings from Itrain!!!

I would like to share with you that we have a ROI Tool which you can use to m easure the impact of the training. This tool is being named as SLIM.

SLIM is a definiti ve move towards assessing training ROI in a structured and validated format. Validation for SLIM is defined through its metho dology of implementation. Though it is flexible to the requirements of each industry, it is objective in its measurements and assessments.

Through implementation of SLIM organizations can expect the follow ing benefits:

Measure Impact of Training Budget Spend
Map the Learning Profile of Organization
Forecast annual training budgets
Forecast skill requirements and recruitment needs

Implementation of SLI M endows the HR/L&D team of an organization with a tactical advantage. It enables them to measure the impact of training within an organization with a validated methodology. This in turn enables the HR team to validate the training budget of an o rganization.

SLIM assessments can be rolled out for an entire organization or ev en for a select group of employees. The entire roll out of SLIM is an automated process with self managed assessment too ls. Prior to each implementation of SLIM, the HR/L&D team is calibrated to the measurement methodology.

For any further information and support let me know.


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