A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is a systematic form of investigation of training needs within an organisation. It is an essential part of a process which integrates training with the business or the development plans of an organisation.
The TNA should be revisited during the life of its period to ensure the training provision remains relevant.
Learn the elements that are required in TNA and the scope of the assessments;
- Identify when is the best time to conduct a TNA, who will conduct it, and how to proceed with the assessments;
- Design the organization’s training calendar;
- Design training programs that lead to specific purpose improvement initiatives; and
- Identify training & development needs of individual employee.
- Introduction – Qualitative Methods for TNA Evaluation
- Needs Analysis
- Techniques to Conduct & Carry out Analysis
- Designing the TNA
– Organization’s goals & objectives
– Employee’s KPIs
– Employee’s performance
– Employee’s role and responsibilities
– Feedback from others
– Employee’s career aspirations
- Skills to conducting TNA effectively
- Communicating Results
About the Speaker:
She attained her Master in Human Resource Management from Canterbury, University, Certificate in TEFL/TESOL from Teflex, UK, and Certificate in Safety & Health Officer – National Institute of Safety and Health (NIOSH). As a consultant and trainer, she is specializing in people development, English Language and Safety & Health. She has more than 18 years of training experience in various corporate companies.
If you wish to get more information, please download the brochure with registration form or call WIM Office at 03-77250268 / 77299909.
Date: 11-12 September 2017, Mon-Tue
Time: 9 am – 5 pm
WBN Member – RM1000.00
Non-member – RM1200.00
Group (min 3) – RM1100 (An organization sending 3 or more staff members to attend is entitled to RM1100 per participant.)
(Fees inclusive of 6% GST, refreshments, luncheon, course materials and Certificate of Attendance.)
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