Understanding Training Needs Analysis

How often are people’s potential contributions to the organisation being unnoticed by their line managers: It’s time to understand how to recognise their potential.

Course outline, at a glance

£599 per person ex vat

“The first step in achieving your goal is to take a moment to respect that goal… Know what it means to you to achieve it.”

Great leaders believe they work for their team, average leaders believe their team works for them.?

A TNA (Training Needs Analysis) is the process of discovering the development needs the organisations people (The Troops). The purpose of this is to be able to engage the staff as efficiently and effectively as possible in the organisations current state and also into its future state. A TNA can mean a comprehensive analysis of all training and development needs across an entire organisation. Which means a TNA can have many positive effects for the organisation; teams and individuals, the training that follows as a result of the TNA should be relevant and meet their needs.

Today’s global marketplace requires its staff and employees to be skilled in a number and range of complex tasks. The balance between Attitude, Skills, Knowledge, Behaviours and the alignment of the organisations Core Values:

Training is a requirement not just for when employees are not performing as they are encouraged to or when their performance dips below an acceptable performance level, it should be an on-going continual performance development tool in alignment with the organisation’s core values and strategy to eventually means its goals and objectives in all disciplines financial, strategic, team and personnel and otherwise.

Who will benefit from attending this Training?
Any professional person who is in Learning and development, Training or HR and wants to know how to conduct a full and proper TNA, many in this field think that they are upto speed with this tool, however, this one day will ensure that you are fully competent on leaving.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Conduct information-gathering exercises using a variety of methods and sources
  • Assess levels and suitability of the current training provision
  • Identify individual, team and organisational training needs
  • Understand and use the different tools of analysis and evaluation
  • Conduct training needs analysis effectively
  • Implement findings and make recommendations

Where and when

23/01/2018  | 40 Bull St, Birmingham B4 6AF, UK