Training Needs Analysis
Nova has extensive experience in conducting Training Needs Analysis (TNA). Our team of Training specialists, all Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualified, have the skills to fully determine an individual or an organisation’s training requirements. This is achieved through a methodical, common sense and proven approach with our Training consultants always focussed on putting the client’s needs first.
Nova’s TNA methodology is based on the Australian Defence Force Publication (ADFP) 7.0.2 The Defence Training Model (DTM). Whilst the DTM is a Defence document, this approach is by no means Defence specific and focuses on six main processes:
- Needs Assessment,
- Job Analysis,
- Target Population Analysis,
- Determine Performance Gap,
- Feasibility Analysis, and
- Training Requirement Specification.
Nova is mindful that Training may not always be the appropriate solution to a perceived or real Training problem or gap. This is the main reason why a Needs Assessment should be the first step in any analysis to determine if a TNA is actually required. All of the processes are logically structured to ensure that sufficient rigour is established and contributes to the completion of the TNA and ultimately, a TNA Report.