Training Need Analysis

 

General

Identifying training needs is a key stage in training administration. What actually is the training need? Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is concerned with designing training program and delegate attendance to ensure that the investment in training achieves both individual and business objectives. It should also be concerned with defining objective measures on which the success of the training can be assessed. As such, applying the correct techniques in identifying the needs.

 

Course Objectives

This course is specially designed to provide the participants with understanding of correct technique of identifying the training needs.

 

 

Program Content  

 

TRAINING AS ORIGINAL INPUT

  • Training skills of selling

  • Training facilities

EXAMPLES OF FORMS USED FOR TNA.

 

Module 2:

Evaluation and validation of training.

  • Evaluation of your training effort

  • Effective evaluation

  • How to Measure the impact of training

  • Example of pre and post evaluation forms for validating effectiveness of training

Module 1:

WHAT IS TRAINING NEED  ANALYSIS? 

ANALYZE YOUR TRAINING NEEDS

  • Task Analysis and Needs Analysis.

  • Difference between Job and Task   Analysis Analysis.

IDENTIFYING AREAS/SKILLS DEVELOPMENT.

  • Strategic Plans.

  • Organizational Structure

  • Delegation.

  • Recruitment/Turnover Indices.

  • Career Development and Remuneration.

  • Marketing/Sales Indicators.

  • Finance.

  • Work Methods and Layout.

  • Inventory Levels.

  • Quality lndices

PROCESS OF CONDUCTING A TRAINING NEED ANALYSIS 

  • Needs Analysis different way.

  • Informal Interview. 

  • Observation Techniques.

  • Survey.

  • Skills/Aptitude/Attitude.

  • Performance Parameter.

  •  Formal Interviews.

  • Report from Superior.

  • Examination of Record.

  • Training

  • Other Committees

  • Other sources of information

Who should attend

Executive and Officers from all disciplines.

 

Duration :  2 days

 

Training Fees : RM 2,500  Per Day (Maximum participation : 25 participants)

 

 


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