Training Needs Analysis

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North Australia Hospital

Training Needs Analysis
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CONTENTS

1. Introduction.......................................................3

2. Strategic Business Goals.....................................3

3. Training Needs Analysis...................................4-6

4. Assumptions.......................................................7

5. The Training Plan................................................8

6. Conclusion..........................................................9

7. References........................................................10

INTRODUCTION
North Australia Hospital was introduced to a hospital-wide, computerised administration system spending $2.5 million on
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Initially, in the organisational level we will be identifying the current goals of the North Australia Hospital and where they want to head in the future. We will also need to identify what the knowledge, skills and attributes of the hospital are as well as what skills they need for the future.
Secondly, in the operational level we will identify the responsibility each team leader and team member has; what their job descriptions are and how they were addressed to each employee. We will analyse each employee’s specified tasks they need to complete during their work hours. Performance standards are a very important part of an organization. We need to know if each employee is up to the organizations performance standards.
Last of all, in the individual level we will need to identify the gaps in individuals. We will need to know all knowledge, skills and attributes (KSA’s) required in a job and what the task analysis of key job tasks are. That is the general analysis of tasks crucial to job performance, targets and objectives. We will also need to know if there a general problem with the staff. Such as, do they have difficulties writing, reading, spelling and so forth. Also a competency based analysis is useful as well. This will help us see the capabilities of all staff and they key areas of need.
Each level is a crucial part to the training needs analysis and to identify
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