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Training Needs Analysis


I have been asking for information on refresher training and one constant theme is training needs analysis. Sounds very logical but can anyone tell me if there is a specific structure or format I should use?
katy seigel

2 Responses

  1. Some pointers
    Hi Katy

    This article explains the TNA process (available for the next 7 days):

    This is an example of a TNA questionnaire which could be adapted to meet the needs of your organisation (available for the next 7 days):

    Lots of free TNA tools here:

    TNA has recently featured on Any Answers:

    TNA is only part of the equation:

    If you put training needs analysis or TNA in the Traning Zone search facility you will find more articles. Then there’s Google.

    There is a Training Needs Analysis Pocketbook at

    That should help you to get started!

  2. Arian Associates Ltd
    Hi Katy

    Training Needs Analysis can be made to sound so daunting.

    The simple fact is that they are just a tool to see what skills your staff have, compared to the skills you want them to have.

    email us and we will send you a quite simple format.

    [email protected]


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