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A link has been made between effective HRM and highly capable workforces. Increased performance and competitive success are linked to small and large companies with leaders who manage and train their staff competently. Companies now see the value of investing in training programs for their most vital resource, their staff and potential future leaders.

This extensive program will help leaders to harness the power of their human resources effectively and efficiently to reach their organization’s goals. Contemporary training techniques shown in this program, including TNA (Training Needs Analysis), will make sure that leaders meet the competitive demands of modern HRM.


This Course will provide you with:

  • An emphasis on viewing employees as the greatest asset of any business
  • The tools to manage Human Resources
  • The confidence to conduct TNA competently
  • Methods of using job orientation as part of a training program
  • The skills to create an environment of learning that includes a peer learning culture
  • Training material design methods
  • The ability to deliver effective training sessions
  • The proper use of in-house and outsourced training plans
  • Change management skills to support enabling environments
  • Methods of top employees retainment and management
  • The principles of managing training programs as an investment not as a bonus
  • Training evaluation tools for impact analysis
  • The benefits of and tools for HR development

Who Should Attend

Professionals from all industries can gain from understanding the effective training techniques imparted in this extensive Course. These include HR, Frontline and Middle managers, Consultants and even HR specialists. Anyone wishing to increase their knowledge in this area is welcome to join, including consultants and freelancers.


Day One

  • People are the most important asset of an organization
  • Workforce planning
  • Specifying Jobs and Roles
  • Training and Development
  • Job responsibilities and job roles
  • Leadership and behavioral job requirements
  • Career development
  • Training Need Analysis (TNA)

Day Two

  • TNA matrix and training plans
  • In- house training
  • Outsource training
  • Certifications vs Skill Development
  • Training policies and contract terms
  • Learning Resource Package
  • Training organization and management
  • Personnel Polices and Records

Day Three

  • Ethics – Practical Toolkit
  • Relating performance and competency to rewards
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • Training delivery skills and tools for trainer assessment
  • Ergonomics: Safe Facilities in the Workplace
  • Enabling Environment
  • Post-training follow Up

Day Four

  • Managing promotions and regular employee engagement
  • Employee involvement in strategic management
  • Post- Training Evaluation of Attendees
  • Training Impact Assessment
  • Performance evaluation
  • Behavioral and 360 appraisals
  • Stages of Interpersonal Communication

2 reviews for Training Needs Identification, Analysis, Planning and Implementation

  1. James McLeod

    I found this training through a colleague and now I can recommend it to anyone in training and development department. It equips you with practical strategies to ensure your training programs enhance performance of your team.

  2. Peter Smith

    A highly recommended training. It helps me alot as a trainer.

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