Training Learning Needs Analysis


Business Benefit :-

Training can be an investment that provides an organisation with significant benefits providing the training actually satisfies the need or solves the problem. A properly constructed “Training Needs Analysis” ensures that the ensuing training programme is cost effective and provides real business gains. This course provides the knowledge and skills to conduct such an analysis.

Duration 1 Day

TOL – This can be booked as a Time Optimised Learning course

Who should attend?

Both new and experienced trainers as well as anyone who needs to develop their ability to analyse training needs

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe the nature of training and learning needs analysis (TLNA)
  • Examine why TLNA is important in an organisational setting
  • Identify the key components of a TLNA
  • Consider an effective approach for evaluating TLNA
  • List various TLNA data tools and methods
  • Consider examples of TLNA questionnaires
  • Define the content of a TLNA Report

Course Content

  • Reviewing the learning cycle
  • The definition of TNA
  • TNLA a new analysis
  • The benefits of TNLA
  • Levels of TNLA
  • Identifying the skill gap
  • The RAM approach
  • Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes or Competences
  • The right questions to ask before starting
  • Different types of data
  • Sourcing data for analysis
  • The advantages and disadvantages of different data
  • Goldstein”s Model of needs analysis
  • The MAST model
  • The DIF Model
  • The outputs of a great TNLA
  • What goes in the final report
  • Personal Development Plans

Personal Development

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