How to Conduct a Training Needs Analysis
So you’ve realised your staff need training, but do you have a clear understanding of what training they need? This Training Needs Analysis manual provides assessment tools suitable for both large and small companies. Training Needs Assessment is a process to qualify why you need to do the training, what training is required, what business benefits are to be expected, and what the costs, benefits and return on investment (ROI) will be.
You have realized your staff need more training, the burning question is what sort of training.
There are numerous companies offering specific training: LinkedIn Learning, Amazon, Pluralsight, plus several Universities. But before you spend large amounts of money on specific training, what training is needed by your staff? How do you assess what training is required in your organisation and for which people?
Research from the Saratoga Institute indicates of the top seven reasons good staff quit; money isn’t one of them. But not enough training is one of the top seven reasons.
This 64-page manual sets out a proven method to determine what your business training needs are and complete a skills assessment. This Training Needs Analysis manual provides assessment tools suitable for both large and small companies. Training Needs Assessment(TNA) is a process to qualify why you need to do the training, what training is required, what business benefits are to be expected, and what the costs, benefits and return on investment (ROI) will be.
- A nine-step plan guides you through the analysis process:
- How to Hold Discussions with Senior Management
- Establish the TNA Objectives & Schedule
- Identify the Sources of Information
- Establish the Data Collection Method
- How to Collect the Information
- Analyse the Data & Identify the Training Needs
- Develop your company’s Objectives
- Develop your company’s Plan
- Prepare the TNA Report
This Training Needs Analysis Manual (TNA) contains Ready Made TNA Questionnaires for you to conduct interviews with senior management, middle management and operatives. Plus a complete set of ready to use self-assessment questionnaires. Concise practical proven methods including requirements for a successful training needs analysis project, in just nine steps, plus potential sources of information. Structured interviews, model questionnaires for senior executives, line managers, supervisors, other staff, model self-response questionnaire, developing training objectives and training plan.
This Training Survey contains also Guidelines for developing the training program. Including costings, objectives and training methods.