Training Need Analysis (TNA)

Course Overview

Training Need Analysis (TNA) is the process of identifying the gap between employee training and needs of training.

Training is an investment in your business and can lead to increased productivity, passionate workforce, higher confidence, increased profit and a positive business reputation.

You will need to determine what training employees need, particularly new employees, to ensure that they are able to complete the work you need them to do. This process is commonly referred to as a training needs analysis (TNA).

This TNA will help you to identify what training might be required to bridge the gap between an employee’s current skill level and the skill level that you need them to have.

Analysis of the performance gap indicates a need for training interventions. Great, but where do you start? Who needs what training? When and how? This program answers these essential questions in a highly interactive and hands-on environment.

Course Key Takeaway

Determines key performance and business needs to be addressed that will achieve results

The development of training strategies appropriate to the organizational structure, culture and geography of the enterprise in conjunction with effective change management activity to ensure the goals of the training are delivered and achieved
Identification and evaluation of current performance gaps between people, strategy, behavioral and processes
Expert assistance with a fresh approach for innovation
Build credibility for the development process with all stakeholders

Who Should Attend

  • Training professionals,
  • Co-Ordinators, Administrators,
  • HR professionals,
  • Corporate executives responsible for identifying, planning and scheduling department and corporate-wide training.
  • Managers,