At the core of any effective training program is correctly identifying what or who needs to be trained. Poorly conducted needs analyses can lead to training solutions that train:
- The wrong competencies
- The wrong people
- The wrong learning methods
The results of a training need analysis provide the employer with answers to the following questions:
- What is needed and why?
- Where is it needed?
- Who needs it?
- How will it be provided?
- How much will it cost? and
- What will be the business effect?
This 3-day training course has been designed to provide answers to these questions. This course will equip you with the skills required to carry out a training needs analysis. You will be able to make recommendations and implement findings to ensure a good return on your training investment.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Define a Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
- Identify when to perform a TNA
- Describe what information/data will be gathered
- Determine the sources of data
- Determine the level of required data
- Describe specific data collection methods
- Create an effective questionnaire
- Explain how to analyze the data collected
- Prioritize new training requirements
- Describe the components of a Corporate Training Plan
Is it right for me?
The course is Suitable for:
- Training Managers
- Learning & Development Head
- Departmental Head
- Training professionals, HR professionals, managers, coordinators, administrators, and corporate executives responsible for identifying, planning and scheduling department and corporate-wide training.
- Training and HR professionals making decisions on training interventions, including whether to buy or build.
- Individuals responsible for budgeting, forecasting or justifying training costs to develop, buy or implement training.
*ASTC reserves the right to alter venue, dates, content & trainer.