Controlling continuing training in enterprises

A growing number of German companies takes interest in controlling continuing training within their organisations.

Controlling continuing education means planning, measuring, analysing and regulating training measures systematically. 50 per cent of all companies in Germany use at least one controlling tool. The bigger the organisation, the better the chance that controlling is in place.

Small and medium enterprises are even more interested than large enterprises to find out about the costs and benefits of continuing education and training. These are the results of a representative survey of 1,400 enterprises on behalf of the Federal Institute for Vocational Training (BIBB).

Source: News Release by the Federal Institute for Vocational Training (BIBB), revised by iMOVE, February 2010