Building Effective Training Programmes to Grow Your Business – Training Needs Analysis (TNA) Workshop

TNA’s are a vital prerequisite for any effective training programme. Simply throwing training together may not fulfil your needs or might cover areas that are not essential. TNA’s enable organisations to channel resources into the areas where they will contribute the most to staff development, enhancing organisational performance and boosting profits.
10 Nov 2016
14:00 - 16:30
Carnegie Conference Centre, Halbeath, Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 8DY

Building Effective Training Programmes to Grow Your Business – Training Needs Analysis (TNA) Workshop

FREE

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Krystyna Marett
bdtsupport@fife.ac.uk

 

Effective training depends on knowing what is required – for the individual, the department and the organisation as a whole. Businesses need cost-effective solutions that meet their needs and ensure a positive return on their investment.

The analysis of training needs is not a task for specialists alone. Managers today are often responsible for many forms of people management, including the training and development of their team. They need to have an understanding of training needs analysis and be able to implement them successfully. Effective LNA involves systematic planning, analysis and coordination across the organisation. Fife College has a long history of working with employers to develop bespoke training plans to develop their businesses. In this workshop we will take you through the basics of how to;

• Prepare an investigation plan for the identification of current and future training needs
• Select and use a range of information-gathering methods so that training needs are identified
• Apply a practical technique for the analysis of the data to identify needs and determine priorities
• Use a framework to produce a plan to show the proposed training solution

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