Total Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
02 - 04 October 2011
Understanding the actual training needs of staff members is an important requirement if training programs and learning activities are going to lead to improved individual and organisational performance.
This course concentrates on the knowledge and skills required for successful training needs analysis. It covers what is involved and how it is done.
Executives and managers need to plan their approach. They also need to adapt and make adjustments as the training needs analysis (TNA) project progresses. This course covers the formal and informal environments plus the many skills and competencies required. It covers both small and large scale TNA projects.
TOTAL TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS will enable delegates to:
- Prepare for training needs analysis projects at a variety of levels – simple to complex situations
- Weigh up the strengths and weaknesses of each situation
- Assess the big picture and the detail, and work out the best approach or approaches
- Build trust, rapport and empathy so that the results are valid and worthwhile
- Seek the right information that will set up good training design
- Conduct TNA projects in a timely and effective manner
- Adapt quickly to changed circumstances and new information
- Avoid common pitfalls and traps
- Achieve good outcomes for themselves and their organisation
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The program is for senior managers and executives from a variety of disciplines in both the government and private sector. They can be line managers or human resource or training managers and specialists. Anyone charged with the responsibility of developing people will benefit from this program.
For further details, kindly download the PDF brochure.