Skills development must be prioritized and pursued within the organization. A lack of IT skills is having serious consequences globally, including higher levels of employee stress, project and deployment delays, and even revenue loss. A skilled workforce is the solution. Identify where skills gaps pose the biggest threat and pursue training in those areas.
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79% of IT decision-makers say their teams have skills gaps. Almost 40% attribute these gaps to a lack of training investment.
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Subject matter experts with real-world skills. Nearly 70% of Global Knowledge instructors are active IT consultants.
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Apply new skills immediately. 97% of Global Knowledge students have used or will use their new knowledge in their current job.
The Global Knowledge Skills Development Index™ is a tool to help IT professionals identify the most important skill needs, select the appropriate training, and ultimately eliminate skills gaps.
There’s no substitute for the expert interaction of instructor-led training (ILT) courses. Learn how rising skills gaps coincide with a drop in ILT attendance.
Effective learning is founded on a balance of formal and informal learning. Use this formula as a recommendation for optimal learning.
You know the value of training. Now share it with your manager. Our guide is filled with handy tips, stats and a template to convince your manager of the benefits of training.
Increased productivity is one of the many benefits that come from training with Global Knowledge. Discover even more benefits from first-hand surveys of more than 3,200 of our students.
Initial training influences project success and ongoing training is linked to organizational success. We have the data that proves it.