Pass on the learning. Since trainings can be expensive in some cases, have those staff members who went through it report back to the newsroom and provide a training session to the rest of the staff on what they learned.
Based on the Knight survey, 80% of journalists who received training said they shared it with others in the newsroom. “In all, 518 journalists said they trained a total of 18,641 others, an average of 36 trained per journalist,” as stated on page 9 of the report.
Making an investment in one training can permeate throughout the organization and lead to significant professional development changes for all your staff members.