Conducting a training needs analysis is something HR and general managers are increasingly being asked to do, and this guide aims to provide managers with an effective and consistent model which will allow them to understand training and the origins of the training need.
Conducting a training needs analysis is something HR and general managers are increasingly being asked to do. Ironically, it is an area where formal training is often overlooked. This guide aims to provide managers with an effective and consistent model which will allow them to understand training and the origins of the training need. It should equip them to be able to plan, conduct and evaluate a training needs analysis to ensure that training programmes are specifically targeted to the business need and not a waste of money.
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Tom Holden has wide experience in conducting TNA and managing teams of analysts within both the public and private sector. He is presently heading the Business Needs Analysis department within KnowledgePool, a subsidary of Fujitsu.
Table of Contents
Sunday - definition of a TNA; Monday - TNA in more detail - process, consistency and quality; Tuesday - planning, milestones, deliverables; Wednesday - evaluation - Donald Kirkpatrick and the influence of other "gurus"; Thursday - collecting the facts - questionnaires, interviews; Friday - putting the facts together; Saturday - TNA over? think again - the need to revisit for evaluation.
Training Needs Analysis in a week by Tom Holden
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