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What is a training needs analysis? How do I do this?

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What is a training needs analysis? How do I do this?

A training needs analysis (TNA) is the first step in the Learning and development process and should be completed following the job analysis and design process.

A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is the systematic problem solving exercise of identifying a gap between the current skills and competencies of the job incumbent compared to the ideal skills and competencies needed for a particular job. Once a gap has been identified, a decision needs to be made as to whether this deficiency can be rectified by training, or if in fact it is something which requires alternative action (for example counselling for underperformance and discipline). It is essential to correctly identify training needs in order to design, deliver and measure value to the organisation accurately and demonstrate return on investment.

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