Training Needs Analysis
The first and very crucial step in designing a training program is a Training Needs Analysis (TNA). This process includes understanding the training needs of the client, identifying and cataloguing these needs, assessing the proposed participants, and analyzing the results. The structure and methodology used for TNA is subject to the nature of the specific training program.
In SPEED we provide training that has specific objectives and measurable outcomes. To ensure the effectiveness of our training programs, we follow up with participants on their progress and performance, and if possible, work with the immediate supervisors at the client organization to get feedback. It is therefore imperative that client organizations are briefed and open to working with us to ensure the training needs of clients are met. For most of our workshops, we build in follow-up sessions in order to reinforce learning and ensure learners can apply the learning in their professional context. This is how we can be sure that the training needs that were identified have actually been met.
Please contact us for more information on how we conduct training needs analysis in different institutions.