Training Needs Analysis


Training Needs Analysis: The process of identifying training needs in an organization for the purpose of improving employee job performance.


Today’s work environment requires employees to be skilled in performing complex tasks in an efficient, cost-effective, and safe manner. Training (a performance improvement tool) is needed when employees are not performing up to a certain standard or at an expected level of performance. The difference between the actual level of job performance and the expected level of job performance indicates a need for training. The identification of training needs is the first step in a uniform method of instructional design.

A successful training needs analysis will identify those who need training and what kind of training is needed. It is counter-productive to offer training to individuals who do not need it or to offer the wrong kind of training. A Training Needs Analysis helps to put the training resources to good use.

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1 Lessons

Session I – What is Training Needs Assessment

Importance of Conducting a Needs Analysis

Session II – Types of Training Needs Assessment

Session III – Five Steps of Training Needs Assessment

Session IV – The Kirkpatrick Evaluation Method

Session V – Preparing Training Plans for Your Organization

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