According to the Public Scholarship, Development, Disability and Maintenance Fund of the Republic of Slovenia webpage, significant results have been achieved during 2011-2015:
- Competence centres for human resources development have developed 19 industry models of competences.
- More than 300 companies have trained 14,500 employees, who altogether realised 50,000 training attendances.
- 50% of trainings represented professional training, 15% other professional skills and 15% soft skills development.
- Vulnerable groups (disabled, less educated, elderly) were also included in the training activities.
In the period 2016-2018, 11 competence centres for human resources development are being supported, which include as many as 250 companies with more than 35,800 employees.
The evaluation of the Competence centres HR development during 2007-2013 represents the part of the "Končno vrednotenje izvajanja Operativnih programov programskega obdobja 2007 - 2013 v Sloveniji" report. The expectations have been surpassed, and according to the evaluation, the following results have been achieved during 2007-2013:
- The number of employees involved in training was greatly exceeded (in some KoC even three times more than planned).
- Instrument contributed to a higher degree of employee qualification, at the same time, the training included personnel that otherwise would not have been educated/trained.
- Participation in KoC enabled many companies to continue or to strengthen the education of employees during the times of economic crisis.
- Participants believe that the attained knowledge was very useful both in the field of expertise and general competences.
- The flexibility of the content and training providers have been highlighted as an important asset of the instrument.
- Positive effects were recorded at the level of an individual employee (a higher degree of inclusion, a sense of personal importance, a different attitude towards training), as well as at the level of the company or management.
- Participation in training/education had a significant impact on improved quality of the product supply and added value.
- In respect to sustainability, after the completion of co-financing, investment in personnel and training continues at the enterprise level, but in most cases to a lesser extent.
- Participation in some cases also led to the development of internal education/training, which does not require particularly large financial resources (internal training and mentoring programs).
- Networking and cooperation in identifying skills and competencies in the industry took place.