How to Perform an Effective Training Needs Analysis?

Before any organization can transition from traditional classroom training to corporate eLearning, they first need to understand what skills their employees lack and what performance issues need to be addressed. In short, what are the employees being trained for? A training needs analysis is an essential step before the application of any learning and development (L&D) strategy, and more so when putting corporate eLearning into the mix. This article will take you through a step-by-step process of carrying out a training needs analysis that will pinpoint performance gaps in the organization and help determine which skills need to be developed in the organization’s employees.

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