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BY:- BHAWNA AGRAWAL MRIDUSMITA DEKA SIMI BHARATH KUMAR MP
WHAT IS TRAINING NEED ANALYSIS? Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is theformal process of identifying the traininggap and its related training need. It is most often used as part of thesystem development process.
Target- 1. Group as a whole 2. Individuals present in the group Number of trainees- Three(3) Methods used- Observation method (Group). Likert scale rating. One on one interview method (Individuals).
OBSERVATION METHOD Integrity- Good Team work- Poor Behavioral Attitude- Optimistic , Co-operative and Lazy natured. Skills- Conceptual skills – Not very clear with regard to their work. leadership skills- Task Role, Relationship Role - Good on the whole.
THE RESULTS OF THE OBSERVATION Integrity- ratio of 1:2 Team work- one is dominant on others , rest cannot oppose on the dominant person. In the ratio of 1:2. Behavioral attitude (determination towards their work)- ratio of 1:2. Skills- Conceptual skills-ratio of 0:3 leadership skills-ratio of 1:2
LIKERT SCALE RATINGThe format of a typical five-level Likert item Strongly disagree () Disagree () Neither agree nor disagree () Agree () Strongly agree () Likert Scales have the advantage that they do not expect asimple yes / no answer from the respondent, but rather allow for degrees ofopinion, and even no opinion at all.