Demonstrate the value of training to employers and students

Scarlatti uses a range of analytical techniques to provide quantitative insights about the impact of training.

Our work allows our clients to demonstrate the value of training in their field and to provide evidence to funders that desired outcomes are being achieved.

Why measure the impact of training?

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  • Measuring the impact of training allows education stakeholders to demonstrate the value of training to employers in their sector.
  • It can also be used to communicate the value of training more effectively to students, helping drive demand.
  • Effective measurement of training impact also provides evidence to investors that students and employers are receiving value from the training they are funding.

Why us (measuring impact training)

Why us?

  • Scarlatti has experience in accessing and using the Stats NZ Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) database to show changes in training impact over time.
  • We have strong connections with and a deep understanding of the tertiary education system at both the vocational and university level.
  • We have experience blending qualitative and quantitative approaches to generate estimates of the returns on training for students, employers, and industry.

Measure the impact of training using data

Scarlatti tracks employment, income and further training of alumni using the Integrated Data Infrastructure. This allows training providers to prove the value of their offerings to potential trainees and other stakeholders.

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Measure the impact of training using models

Scarlatti uses proprietary models to quantify the return on investment from training for employers both individually and collectively as a sector.

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