Return on investment evaluation

Many people want to know the value of the training compared to the cost. Is the time and money spent on the trainer fees, travel, cost of the room and refreshment as well as the hidden costs, such as staff time away from work and time and effort organising the training worth it?

The Return on Investment (ROI) evaluation provides a rigorous methodology for determining the cost benefit ratio and a return on investment figure. We have put our programme to the test using this level five evaluation methodology and the results have been very positive.

This case study, published with permission of the Auckland Motorways Alliance, gives a picture of the cost benefit that TUF training has had in their business.

The results

We are awaiting the final report which should be due in the next few weeks. We do know that they are positive and most encouraging.

Further studies are planned.