Training magazine is pleased to offer the 2012 Training Top 125 application (please download the file below). We’ve made some modifications, so please read through the application carefully.
How do we score the Training Top 125 application? It is evaluated both quantitatively (70 percent of the total score) and qualitatively (30 percent of the total score). On the quantitative side, an outside research company scores the application on five different sections as follows:
On the qualitative side, Training judges (members of the Training Top 10 Hall of Fame and Editor-in-Chief Lorri Freifeld) look for demonstrable results, progress of programs, innovation, success factors, training strategically linked to business goals, corporate commitment to training, the potential applicability of best practices companywide and to other organizations and industries, and the ingenuity of outstanding initiatives (usually a fairly new program that hasn’t had a chance to demonstrate long-term results) and their potential to become best practices. NOTE: We qualitatively score how well you demonstrate training’s part in achieving corporate strategic goals in each of the following sections: 2.1; 2.2; Best Practices and Outstanding Initiative; 2.16; 3.1; and 3.2. So the more results linking training to achievement of strategic goals you provide, the higher your qualitative score will be.
Training magazine hopes that completing this application fosters communication among various divisions at your organization and promotes C-suite awareness of the importance and business benefits of training. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to evaluate your training function and programs. We look forward to reading your application.
For questions, contact Editor Lorri Freifeld at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION BELOW
|TRAININGs TOP 125 2012 Application||350 KB|