So We Can Say
You've seen the dance.
The training session was not held to train anyone but instead so someone could say that people had been trained. The study was ordered simply to have a shield. Put it on the shelf. It may come in handy some day when a pesky critic asks if anything has been done.
The primary appeal of some actions is not a direct one. It is ancillary and meant to achieve another end. It is the workplace equivalent of diploma fraud.
There must be a huge market in the "So We Can Say" business. That may be because so many of the participants refuse to admit that they are in it.