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I work for a local authority in London as a training and development officer. I have been asked to determine the investment that we are making in staff with regard to learning and development.

Basically staff undertake learning that's charged in some cases, however 90% of the training that occurs is done by staff within the department itself, so we do not incur a monetary cost. In such a case, how do you measure the cost per head? Do you do it based on the man hours an employee has spent in the training, or would you apportion the time spent by the trainer among the trainees and calculate the cost in that way?

We also have to calculate the amount of time that managers spend on coaching their team members. We have received directives from the cabinet office that for such coaching activities the cost will be apportioned against the time the coach spends per FTE.

(E.g. team leader spends 75% of their time coaching and developing a team of 12 FTE. Each FTE receives 3/4th x 1/12 of the team leaders time. Cost of this is therefore 1/ 16th of the full cost of a team leader. )

My query is can we calculate the cost for training activities in a similar manner? i.e. based on the amount a trainer spends for a session divided by the number of trainees?

I would be most greatful if anyone's got a template to measure such values and could share it with me.

I need to get this done urgently, your help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Shree


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