CMDBID: 59221 | Course Code: TAP | Duration: 2 Days
This 2 day course offers a structured approach to identifying learning needs to ensure quality in the design of learning interventions.
Delegates plan the analysis of their own learning event to meet the criteria of the Analysis Profile, using the templates provided.
Leading to the TAP Certificate in Learning Needs Analysis
Leading to the
TAP Certificate in Learning Needs Analysis
Accurately discerning learning and the business needs enables solutions to address performance gaps between what a target group currently knows or does and what the organisation requires it to know or do.
Benefits to the delegate
Learn a process for Learning Needs Analysis (LNA) that ensures learning solutions recommended to the sponsor will meet the needs of the individuals concerned and the organisation
Build the confidence of sponsors by achieving professional certification in LNA processes
Bring the theory to life by applying each stage of the process to a work-based project
Take away templates to assist in the analysis of future learning needs
Benefits to the organisation
Involves the learning community at an early stage of the intervention builds buy-in
Increases confidence in L&D's capability to understand the business issues and its ability to recommend innovative learning solutions that recognise organisational context
Applies of a consistent approach to the LNA process based on a best-practice model
Builds trust in the applicability and reliability of learning interventions in the business
Ensures efficient selection of appropriate learning options based on available budget
Due to their unique range and scope, TAP Qualifications provide individuals and organisations with a means to develop a career pathway based on achieving Certification of Learning and Development skills. This Certificate delivers a competency set aligned to the relevant L&D Standards published by The British Institute for Learning & Development.
Due to their unique range and scope, TAP Qualifications provide individuals and organisations with a means to develop a career pathway based on achieving Certification of Learning and Development skills. This Certificate delivers a competency set aligned to the relevant L&D Standards L&D Standards published by The British Institute for Learning & Development.
British Institute for Learning and Development (the Institute)
free professional Institute membership for a year, unless already a member. Please see more about the Institute's membership benefits here www.theBILD.org www.theBILD.org .
1. Understanding the learning analysis process
Defining the term 'learning needs analysis'
Understanding the learning needs analysis process
Applying the skills of learning needs analysis within different contexts
2. Clarifying a sponsor's request
Conducting an interview to clarify the sponsor's request
Establishing accurate information about the current and required performance
Analysing the target group to ensure the solution is relevant
3. Forecast business benefits
Predicting the impact the training will have on individuals, teams and the organisation
Determining the measurable business benefits of the training
4. Gathering information about the performance gap
Selecting appropriate techniques in order to gather information on the performance gap
Gathering information efficiently
Conducting a learning needs interview professionally
Developing, distributing and analysing questionnaires
Using technology and media to maximise efficiency
5. Determining the content
Determining content by breaking down a goal into tasks and sub-tasks
Breaking down a task or sub-task into detailed learning points
Grouping the identified tasks into sessions and structuring logically
Identifying any learner pre-requisites for the intervention
Analysing the relevance and competence of skills by job roles/individuals
Writing aims and objectives
6. Selecting delivery methods and analysing resources
Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of delivery methods
Selecting the most appropriate delivery method/s for each element of the design
Analysing the location, facilities and equipment to ensure they are fit for purpose and within budget
Predicting issues that may arise during delivery and eliminating these where possible
7. Costing learning and making recommendations
Negotiating adjustments to the budget, if applicable, based upon the estimated costs
Reaching agreement on the objectives and deliverables
Writing a report recommending a learning solution
Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.