The Training Needs Identification and Design (6N3325) course is a QQI Level 6 minor award. While all areas of the Systematic Training cycle are studied, the course will concentrate on the first 2 stages of the Training Cycle – Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and planning and designing the programme of delivery. Participants will be able to identify the training needs of learners and organisations and ultimately design relevant training programmes to meet these needs. Successful participants will then be able to progress to our Training Delivery & Evaluation course (6N3326), which concentrates on Delivery and Evaluation. The combination of both awards leads to the QQI Special Purpose Award Certificate in Training and Development (6S3372). This combination of the 2 awards is a compulsory qualification, which is needed should you want to train within the public sector or in organisations that are looking for understanding of TNA and how to design and develop a course that is customised and relevant for the organisation/potential learner.
On completion of this course, learners will be able to:
- Examine the internal and external environmental factors influencing training and development requirements
- Differentiate between the concepts of learning, training, development and education
- Examine the impact of organisation strategy, policy, vision and mission on training and development
- Examine the purpose of training and development in an organisational and or individual setting
- Outline the benefits of training needs analysis at an organisation and or individual level
- Assess a range of approaches and techniques to conduct a training needs analysis
- Outline the stages in conducting a training needs analysis
- Assess a range of Instructional System Design (ISD) models
- Apply a comprehensive range of specialised skills and tools in identifying the barriers to training and attitudes to training in an organisation
- Devise a training plan based on prioritised training needs to include a cost benefit analysis
- Design a training intervention, that incorporates a range of design factors to include trainees, adult learning theories, motivation theories, objectives, exercises, training methods, learning aids, location and facilities
- Develop appropriate training content and materials using a range of learning aids to include web based facilities, software, flipcharts and handouts
- Evaluate a range of performance management approaches in the context of identifying training and development needs
- Conduct a Training Needs Analysis(TNA) to identify training and development needs for an organisation and or individual
- Identify TNA outcomes in terms of gaps in knowledge, skills and attitudes.
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