Today's work environment requires employees to be skilled in performing complex tasks in an efficient, cost-effective and safe manner.
Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is the first stage in the training process. Training can be described as the acquisition of skills, concepts or attitudes that result in improved performance within the job environment. It is counter-productive to offer training to individuals who do not need it or to offer the wrong kind of training. A training needs analysis helps to put the training resources to good use.
Training may be required when employees are not performing up to a certain standard or at an expected level of performance. The difference between the actual level of job performance and the expected level of job performance indicates a need for training. This need can be identified by looking at individual members of staff and identifying the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required by them to carry out their tasks. It may also be necessary to look at organisational changes, eg: new legislation or new technology. Training needs analysis identifies the list of skills or knowledge your employees need in order to achieve organizational goals.
The need for HR today is greater than ever. Research shows that due to the tremendous need to reskill employees and transform organisations HR solves some of the most pressing dilemmas in business today.
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