On the occasion of our special Tunisia WhatsApp Number List  to the training of web professionals, we launched a major survey with Helloskills.io to find out more about your training needs and habits. You were more than 630 employees to answer us. Here are the main conclusions of our investigation. Employees who express the need for training … Employees are formal: you have to train regularly to stay up to date professionally. They are only 5% to believe that it is not necessary to train regularly. A finding without appeal. Throughout the year While employees believe it is important to train, they point out that it is important to do so throughout the year.

They are 75% to estimate that it is the ideal frequency, for 21% of the employees it is at least once a year, and for 4% only every 2 years. The day before: best way to train daily to stay up to date When asked how they are trained, employees indicate that the most effective way to do this is to monitor specialized media (35%). For 25% of them, professional exchanges are the best way to get training. 24% favor MOOC-type web training. This watch is particularly important since for 54% of respondents it is a daily imperative. 38% do their watch every week, 7% less often. Meet-ups and other professional meetings, on the other hand, are not very popular: only 7% of employees do so every month, 25% several times a year,

The Face-to-face Remains The Benchmark

41% less than once a year and 27% never. Employees with training projects Many of the employees questioned have training projects. 42% have done one in the last 12 months, 32% plan to do one. Only 26% have not and do not plan to do so. The face-to-face remains the benchmark Among employees who have completed training in the past 12 months, face-to-face training is the most common format. 78% have taken such training, 35% have taken free online training and 15% have paid online training. The training projects of respondents who wish to do training are also focused on face-to-face. 67% think of turning to this format, 43% think of doing a free online training, and 27% a paid online training.


Learners satisfied with the quality of training When asked about the quality of the training taken, the learners are quite satisfied. 53% felt that the training was of good quality, 41% found it to be rather satisfactory. Only 5% found their training unsatisfactory. Among the respondents wishing to take a training course, 48% find the offer quite suited to their profile, 28% find the training offer quite unsuitable, 12% have not yet started looking and 4% find the offer not at all suitable. Rather easy access to training Among the respondents who had completed a training course, 29% found it thanks to their HR department, 21% via a training center, 10% by word of mouth, 9% via a trainer, 8% on a site that

Learners Satisfied With The Quality Of Training

disseminates training offers and 3% via a catalog at their workplace. Employees who plan to do training think they will find it mainly thanks to a site that distributes training center offers. 20% think of going through their HR department, 20% by word of mouth, 17% by a training center, 13% via a catalog at their workplace, and 10% via a trainer. Employees who have completed training have not encountered too many difficulties in finding it. 56% consider that they have found a training course quite easily, 28% very easily, 13% quite difficult, and 3% very difficult. Funding: mainly via the company In terms of financing, the company is the first means mentioned. 74% of respondents who took training funded it in this way. 12% financed their training with their personal money, and 4% by Pôle emploi.

The CPF represents only 3%, the CIF 2%. Ditto for those who wish to carry out training: 60% plan to go through their company, 17% pay for it with their own funds, 8% with the CPF, 4% with the CIF, 3% with Pôle Emploi and 2% with the Regional Council . Companies open to training their employees, but who communicate poorly Among the 630 employees surveyed, 44% have never requested training from their company. 35% asked more than once, and 21% once. Among those who made requests to their company, 47% had their requests sometimes accepted, 39% all accepted, and only 15% all refused. Companies therefore seem to be very open to employee training projects.

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