ESI International Illustrates How Learning Sustainment Works in New White Paper

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Learning sustainment is best established by following this step-by-step process for getting a higher return on training efforts.

Learning sustainment is crucial to organisational health.

ESI International, the world's leading project management training company, today announced the release of a new white paper titled “The Sustainment of Learning.” The paper outlines a step-by-step process to ensure a higher return on investment for organisations’ training efforts. It illustrates how to apply immediately what is learnt in the classroom on the job.

“Learning adoption should be understood as a change management initiative,” said ESI’s Nicola Amiss, Manager, Strategic Sales, and lead author of the study.

ESI International’s research shows there are three components to establishing a sustainable learning programme: learning assessment, identifying ownership levels and applying appropriate learning application activities.

“Learning sustainment is crucial to organisational health,” said ESI’s Head of Professional Services (EMEA), Peter Cresswell. “In other research, we saw that organisations that engaged in high levels of learning sustainment also had Project Management Offices that enjoyed higher levels of perceived value and maturity.”

In addition to the release of the white paper, ESI has created a tip sheet that shows the top seven tips for learning sustainment at

For a copy of the white paper, download at


About ESI International
ESI, a subsidiary of Informa plc (LSE:INF), helps people around the world improve the way they manage projects, contracts, requirements and vendors through innovative project management training, business analysis training and contract management training. In addition to ESI’s more than 100 courses delivered in more than a dozen languages at hundreds of locations worldwide, ESI offers several certificate programmes through our educational partner, The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1981, ESI’s worldwide headquarters are in Arlington, VA, USA. To date, ESI’s programmes have benefited more than 1.35 million professionals worldwide. For more information, visit

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