Training Needs Analysis
A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is a review of learning and development requirements for staff, volunteers and trustees within in your organisation.
It considers the skills, knowledge and behaviours that you or your staff need, and how to develop them effectively.
This page includes reports which contain all the information required to carry out an effective TNA - at an organisational, team, or individual level.
There is also information on carrying out a TNA for trustees and volunteers.
What is Training Needs Analysis?
TNA considers the skills, knowledge and behaviours that you or your staff need, and how to develop them effectively.
The complete Training Needs Analysis report (including appendices) can be downloaded below and will take you step by step through the process of conducting a TNA.
Sections within the report include:
- Organisational level TNA
- Team level TNA
- Individual level TNA
- TNA for Trustees and Volunteers
- Methods of Meeting Learning Needs
- Prioritising Learning Needs
- Evaluation of Training
- Your Learning and Development Plan
- Resources – advice, support and consultancy
- Resources – Toolkits
- Resources – Websites and Books
There are also templates for creating a Learning and Development plan or S.W.O.T analysis.
Download the guide to conducting a TNA
Download the complete guide to conducting a Training Needs Analysis (PDF 442KB).
This work was carried out by Felicity Dwyer. Visit www.felicitydwyer.com.
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