Prior to conducting training programs in an organization, it is necessary for the organization to identify which training programs are relevant and are of top priority in order to face the organization’s business and human capital challenges. The process/approach to this is termed as Training Needs Analysis (TNA). It is also paramount to be able to identify the strength and weaknesses of the Employees –General Staff and Management –in order to identify who should be focused on in different topics, The T.N.A. will also enable the identification of potential Coaches or Trainers among the staff within the organization.
This approach will also provide ample information with regards to current performance level of the general staff and management, as well as the organizational management style.
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The TNA developed comprises of four integrative phases:
The planning phase will involve issues such as:
Analysis of the Data:
Matching your organization’s needs with appropriate training programs:
What participants will gain at the end of the program
- To identify and match training programs with the required and desired employee’s skills set
- To understand & learn a structured approach to selection of training topics, their benefits and objectives
- To design, implement and evaluate the areas of Human Capital Development of an organization
- To be able to use the information derived from the TNA for Performance Management and employee motivation
- Highly interactive lectures
- Interactive Discussion
- Role plays
- Development of personal / group action plan