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Hello there,
I'm Augustine from Malaysia (Borneo)
As HR Officer (Training Development Unit)
Company Business Field: Manufacturing / Producing Polycrystalline Sillicon
I've been request to conduct Training Need Analysis (TNA), with less experience i like to get advice and opinion from the CiteHR members.
1. What is the step
2. Is there any sample of questionnaire? Quantitative / Qualitative?
3. Technical & Non-Technical
4. Tools to use
Hope to get a positive response.
Thank you,

Hi Augustine,
I suggest you always check in the site to find answers to your queries. Thereafter for specific inputs you can seek suggestions of the members on this site.
To help you get going I am sharing a few links and I am sure you will find the answers on your own by going through the links

Hi Augustine
Greetings of the day!!
First you have to identify the predefined training requirements through job analysis of your employees. These requirements will be the criteria for the TNA framework around which you have to formulate a distinct training plan for your employees. And these criteria would definitely help them to choose among the available possible alternatives. You can use the questionnaires to get the opinions of employees on the needs of training they want. Other techniques may includes direct observation of the job performer, consultation with persons in key positions, interviews, assessments/surveys, work samples, etc.

Hello Augustine,
Welcome to CiteHR !!
Like Jacob suggested, pl use the Research facility/feature @ the top of this page to find earlier discussions about TNA & related topics.
I am sure you would most answers to your queries.
And those where you get stuck, you can post queries in a focused manner for the members to respond/answer.

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