Hello, Attaching TNA presentation prepared by my team members. Please send me your critical appraisal. I hope my team members will not object for this. Regards, Viji
From India, Bangalore

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Good Presention.
I am working as a TNA consultant last 5-6 years. I would like to suggest to reffer to systematic approach to training. TNA is heart of training activites which is conducted with the series of activities and 360 degree approach. While conducting TNA it is important to relate the training intervention and non training implication to the end results that are desired to achieve .
Laxmikant Shinde

From India, Pune
Dear Mr Laxmikant
Thank you for the comments.
Would you mind if sharing some more systematic approaches for the TNA?
As you are a consultant in this field it would be of great help to me since I am new in this arena.
Best Regards

From India, Bangalore

Your comments helped me to understand more about TNA.

Mr.Rajan,For your reference
Basic Overview of Some Systematic Approaches to Training

The following manuals outline systematic training processes. A systems approach ensures a comprehensive training process that remains focused on the needs of the organization. The process typically includes the phases:
  1. Analyze the organization's needs and identify training goals which, when reached, will equip learner's with knowledge and skills to meet the organization's needs. Usually this phase also includes identifying when training should occur and who should attend as learners.
  2. Design a training system that learners and trainers can implement to meet the learning goals; typically includes identifying learning objectives (which culminate in reaching the learning goals), needed facilities, necessary funding, course content, lessons and sequence of lessons.
  3. Develop a training "package" of resources and materials, including, e.g., developing audio-visuals, graphics, manuals, etc.
  4. Implement the training package, including delivering the training, support group feedback, clarifying training materials, administering tests and conducting the final evaluation. This phase can include administrative activities, such as copying, scheduling facilities, taking attendance data, billing learners, etc.
  5. Evaluate training, including before, during and after implementation of training.
In a systematic approach to training, each phase of the process produces results needed by the next phase. For example, the training analysis phase produces learning goals that are used by the next phase, training design. Training design (often called instructional design) references the goals to design methods and materials from which learners can reach the goals and objectives. Typically, each phase provides ongoing evaluation feedback to other phases in order to improve the overall systems process.
Instructional System Design (ISD) (complete manual to implement ISD)
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Instructional Design Models (rather academic, but still accessible)
Instructional Design Resources <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )

From India, Bangalore

Very good attitude to accept the suggestions. But the links which you had indicated are only temp. file links which may not be able to be searched direct. So suggest to provde the direct links for the members.

From India, Kochi
Vani Mullapudi
Hi Vijji,
Thanks for sharing & being sportive in asking for feedback.Its a good team effort at identifying training & learning needs. I think
1. Linking TNA to succession planning is missed out.
2. Learning styles & Preferences are not the barriers to TNA however they pose great challenge while designing & implementing the training programs.
3. Top management committment is very essential for proper TNA and making an organisation a learning organisation.

From India, Pune
Hi Viji,
Thanks so much for sharing with us.
Can u share with me some more on T&D. my mail id :
plz do keep postiong these useful information .
Thanks & Regards

From India, Bangalore
Hi Cjviji,Thanx U may add Competency of trainer,restrict to Expertise of trainer.Needs A GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILL. Thanx Subhash

I would like to kno if there is any specific model for TNA specially for Rural Artisans? Plz let me kno if any of u kno abt tht? Misha Vyas
From India, Mumbai
Hello, Would like to know whether there is any limit to special allowance.Plz. write in detail about the special allowance. Thnks V
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