Course Info

  • 5 meetings

  • 0 hour/meeting

  • Beginner

  • 12 June, 2018

  • Productivity
  • STADA Member Rate: S$299.60
Training Needs Analysis (TNA)


Singapore Training and Development Association

Program Overview

A professional, comprehensive Training Needs Analysis (TNA) must be carried out in order to provide your internal stakeholders with concrete data and information to make informed decisions on the direction and activities of the network. A TNA is the systematic investigation of training needs within an organisation. It is part of a process which integrates training with the business or development plans of an organization. Only a detailed and comprehensive TNA and its aligning proposal of training plan can assist the organization in driving the organization forward with higher productivity and efficiency. This course introduces practical methods of conducting the TNA and allow participants to apply the learning in their respective organization. ​ Participants will be introduced to systematic approaches in conducting training needs analysis. A simple framework will be provided to you to quick-start the development of your own training programs. By the end of this course, participants should be able to: - Understand what Training Needs are - Describe what an organization-wide Training Needs Analysis should entails - Understand how to derive the desired organization TNA outcomes - Evaluate the factors affecting desired organization TNA outcomes - Understand the various methods of conducting TNA - Introduction to Competency Framework - Understand how to analyse the results of the TNA - Evaluate and derive a proposal for training plans and schedule - Re-evaluating proposal with resources available


Topic 1 Training Needs Analysis
Topic 2 Competency Framework
Topic 3 Methods of Conducting TNA
Topic 4 Methods of Analysis Results
Topic 5 Deriving the Training Plan