Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is the process that I follow in order to discover the training and development needs of you – individuals or organizations –  so that they can carry out their job effectively and efficiently, and also to continue to grow and develop their careers. Our TNA covers a range of approaches to the process.

What types of Needs Analyses We Do?

  • Organizational Analysis
  • Person Analysis
  • Work analysis / Task Analysis
  • Performance Analysis
  • Content Analysis
  • Training Suitability Analysis
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis

What are Our Techniques to Carry Out a TNA?

  • Direct observation
  • Questionnaires
  • Consultation with persons in key positions, and/or with specific knowledge
  • Review of relevant literature
  • Interviews
  • Focus groups
  • Assessments/surveys
  • Records & report studies
  • Work samples

Are You a Manager? You should Avoid:

  • Making snap assumptions about performance problems.
  • Organizing training without first establishing a need.
  • Taking a one size fits all approach. A course which one person found helpful will not necessarily meet the needs of a diverse group of individuals.
  • Focusing on obvious training needs at the expense of those which may only be discovered through systematic monitoring.

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