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I designed a training need identification format for my company. Please go through and give me your valuable comments so that i can incorporate them before the implementation.
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Posted 14th November 2008 From India, Kochi
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Dear Shijit,

Your TNI format is good.

Few suggestions regarding the changes which can be made are :

1.You can also add a column "Level of Training" - try to collate information whether the identified training should be of Basic or Advanced level. It will be very much useful while designing course contents.

2. You can remove the "Deadline" column, as in your "Urgency Scale" you are already asking them to mention the maximum duration till when they want this training to be organized.

3. You may remove the "Trainer" column - because during organizing any training selection of trainer depends on various factors like training budget, availability of trainer, profile of trainer etc... Hence no point in asking expectations of managers if you may not be able to fulfil their expectations.

4. Alongwith this TNI form, if you can attach a list of trainings or training catalogue (containing names of trainings in areas such as Soft Skills, Technical, Functional, Process Trainings etc...) which they can refer and mention in the form. Some Managers may not have much time to think in depth about the training needs and hence this ready reckoner may help them.

Please feel free to write to me at , if you need any further information.


Vaibhavi U.Pawar
Posted 15th November 2008 From India, Mumbai


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