TNA in Pandemic (5/3/2021)
About CourseFree Class MCO Promotion Date: 5 March 2021 | 9.30 am – 12.30 pm Seat: 25 seats Language: Dual-language (English & Bahasa Malaysia) Please click the Complete Session button on top of every topic to proceed with a new topic.
A Training Needs Analysis or Training Needs Assessment (TNA) identifies individual’s current level of competence, skill or knowledge in one or more areas and compares that competence level to the level required for their position or another position within the organization.
The difference between the current and required competencies can help determine training needs. Rather than assume that all employees need training or even the same training, management can make informed decisions about the best ways to address competency gaps among individual employees, specific job categories or groups/teams.
This module will guide and assist the participants in understanding the overview of carrying out an effective training needs analysis for their organisation – and plan the budget and costing and endeavour to measure the return on investment during COVID-19 Pandemic.
Module 1: Introduction of TNA
Module 2: 5 Step in TNA
Module 3: The Implementation
What Will I Learn?
- 1. Define what is Training Needs Analysis and why Training Needs Analysis is important in the training function
- 2. Elaborate the approach and methodology of carrying out an effective Training Needs Analysis
- 3. Carry out a Training Needs Analysis by following the five steps
- 4. Implement the training programs that have been identified for the appropriate target groups.