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The UK training market will be worth £17.62 billion by the end of 2005.
The market is forecast to reach £18.44 billion by 2010.
Source: Training Market Report 2005. Research and Markets.
CIPD 2006 survey
Average spend per employee on training is £469 - a fall of 23% in a year.
Spend by sector per employee
Private - £488
Public - £447
Voluntary - £438
Source: CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development)
CIPD 2005 survey.
Training spend and budget
The average size training budget is £621,162 and the average spend per
employee is £607.11 The private sector has the highest spend per
employee at £817.37. Public - £414.43. Not for profit - £432.85.
Training spend declines with organisation size.
50 ?99 employees £738.61 per employee
100-249 employees £599.71
250-499 employees £483.19
500 or more employees £339.35
The average number of days training per employee is 5.8 days.
Public sector ? 6.0 days
Private sector ? 5.8 days
Not for profit ? 5.1 days
Outlook for spending on training.
20% of all training managers expect to see an increase in training
funding over the next year and 23% expect a decrease. In the private
sector 26% expect an increase.
The report gives an analysis of the different training methods used,
elearning, future skill requirements, leadership development
Source CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development).
The UK training market was worth £18.1 billion in 2004.
Source: Key Note.
UK public and private 2003
Private sector spending on training was £17.37 billion in 2003 and
public sector spending was £11.3 billion.
Source: Research and markets
UK public and private 2002
Public sector spending was £18.1 billion.
Source: Research and markets
The UK corporate training market is worth an estimated £ 17.1 billion.
Source: The elearning and industry and market in Europe. Danish
Spending on training by UK businesses was £ 4.4 billion in 2004.
Average spending per employee by employers who train was £ 335.
Average time spent training is 5.9 days per year.
64% of UK establishements trained at least some of their staff in
2004. An estimated 61% of the UK workforce took part in work-related
training given by their employers.
In France frims are legally required to spend 2% of payroll on
training and development.
Sales staff - 52% of employers provide training.
Admin ? 49%.
Financial management ? 50%
Source: Training: who gets it. TUC.
The Labour Force Survey
This survey gives details of the proportion of employers providing
training and what employees are learning.
Corporate training - $66 billion
Source: Equity research.
The European corporate training market was worth $640 million in 1997
and is forecast to reach $5.3 billion by 2002.
European companies spent 224 million on e-learning projects in 2001
IDC believes that 50% of all corporate training will delivered over
the web within the next three to five years.
Source: e-learning market insight report. David Kay.
The European training market is worth ?750 billion and is similar in
size to the US market.
Note this figure includes schools training.
The European corporate market for elearning is expected to reach $20
billion by 2008.
Source: Making Lisbon a reality. Elig.
In Germany 20.4 billion Euro was spent on training in 2003.
Two-thirds is paid for by the business community. Federal states pay
for one sixth and federal employment services pay for one sixth.
Source: Vocational Education and Training in Germany. By Rita Sprenger.
Germany ? training market
Corporate training ? 7.6 billion Euro
Public sector training ? 1.7 billion Euro
Federal Labour Agency ? 3.3 billion Euro
Private training ? 6.4 billion Euro
Source: E-Learning in Germany. University of Duisburg -Essen
Vocational training in France.
French employers spend 1.5% of their wage bill on training employers.
Source: Ministere des Affaires Etrangers.
Lifelong learning in Europe
Statistics showing participation in learning and training of those aged 25-64.
Labour Force Survey
Participation in Education or training of those aged 25-64. This gives
a country by country and gender breakdown of the figures.
The Global corporate and governmnet training market is valued at over $300 billion.
Source: Merrill Lynch.
UK sales training
Sales and marketing training courses receive 9% of company training budgets.
Based on the total training market of £17.62 billion, spending on
sales training is an estimated £1.58 billion.
UK purchasing training
There are a total of 103,174 purchasing personnel in the UK. With
spending of £469 per head, the estimated market size of purchasing
training is £48 million
Purchasing managers ? 31,797
Buyers and purchasing officers ? 71,377
Source: National statistics
This survey gives details of the annual training budget for the
procurement teams in UK universities. The average budget for
purchasing training is £1263.
Food service industry.
10% of staff had received training in purchasing and 20% in sales.
Source: Flair Report 2003.
This report gives details of the courses attended by staff at the
University of Leeds.
87 purchasing courses were attended by 471 staff.
11.3% of courses were in purchasing.
Source: University of Leeds. ISS department.
Scotland ? proportion of working age people in employment who received
job related training in the last three months.
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