HRM326 University of Phoenix Week 1 Training Needs Analysis

  1. Before training is determined or designed, a training needs analysis should be considered to develop a root cause and systemic understanding of the training elements such as what needs to be trained, who needs to be trained, where is the training location, and how the training will be measured. Unless a needs assessment is adequately performed it may be difficult to rationally justify providing training. A needs assessment will enable management to determine if training is the best solution for the performance problem or development need. A needs assessment can be a critical tool for any training department. The learner and the organizational needs will be considered during this process. The objectives will be relevant and the outcomes measurable.  
    Use the Needs Assessment Template to create a needs assessment for the company.  
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    Name the assignment: Week 1 Your Name
    Week 1 Jerry Davis
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