NZATD Annual Industry Training Report (2019)
It is widely recognised that investment in staff training and development is vital for any organisation to be successful. It is also acknowledged that there are wide ranging degrees of investment across different organisations, with minimal information available to understand the situation in New Zealand. To address this, a collaboration between the University of Canterbury and the New Zealand Association for Training and Development led to the carrying out of the inaugural NZATD Industry Training Survey in 2019.
CitationWordsworth R (2019). NZATD Annual Industry Training Report. New Zealand Association of Training and Development.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3903 - Education systems::390308 - Technical, further and workplace education
35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3505 - Human resources and industrial relations::350503 - Human resources management
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