If we are not clear on the issue faced by employees which causing a dip in their performance,
how can we formulate a training plan to tackle the same?

A training needs analysis is a process by which the training needs and requirements are identified for a group of employees, done by understanding the problem, defining its root causes, and finally chalking out a rough plan of the solution keeping the key matrices in mind.

Benefits of Training Needs Analysis

Our Training Needs Analysis training emphasizes on how to conduct effective TNA by

Developing effective questionnaires
Designing appropriate interview questions
Understand the different types of data and data gathering methods
Analysis data for TNA finding reports and structuring annual training plan

What other participants have to say

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An eye-opener. The course is very structured which facilitator understands technical and any subject. Easy to follow. Activities conducted also ensure understanding of the topics taught.

Jacqueline Quek Koh Bee HR Manager, Rimbunan Hijau Group

Training material is practical, know how to apply at work. Training methodology varies such as lectures, group discussion, and others to facilitate learning. Training is not boring.

Lee Mee Ching Director of Administration, Methodist Pilley Institute

The session was very informative and practical which can be implemented in any organisation. The trainer is able to engage with the participants well and fun learning.

Sibat Anak Kallang Human Resource Officer, Sarawak Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation

Found this training is very useful and help my company to see from different angle on training. Very informative training and well recommended training.

Jessie Kho Gee Lian Director, WINBIZ Advisory and Consultancy Sdn Bhd

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