Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is a review of learning and development requirements for employees, volunteers and trustees within in your organisation.
It considers the skills, knowledge and behaviours that you or the people who work for the organisation need, and how to develop them effectively.
Training needs analysis is ideally undertaken at 3 levels:
Appraisal and supervision one-to-one meetings allow individuals to reflect on their own training/learning needs in relation to their work objectives and what additional skills and learning they need to improve what they do.
Our professional team can carry out a training needs analysis involving a range of depths and sophistication. This can include a full three-level analysis of all jobs or an organisational analysis can be conducted and supported by samples at team and individual level.
Methods that may be used to identify learning needs include: