9 in 10 Training Leaders Say Virtual Learning Will Tackle Skills Shortfall

(From Training Press Releases) -- Concerns over skills shortages in the workplace have overtaken flexible working to become the number one driver for companies procuring live online learning resources like virtual classrooms and virtual conferencing, according a new study due for release next month.

Produced collaboratively by learning provider REDTRAY and benchmarking organisation Towards Maturity, the new study collates the thoughts, opinions and intentions of over 180 Learning and Development professionals across the UK.

While delivering a better, more flexible environment for employees is the biggest challenge that learning and development experts want to address with online resources today, the new data suggests that training professionals are re-evaluating the capabilities offered by the technology they procure. They increasingly expect the Internet to work harder for them in more demanding business areas.

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