Risk-Based Training Needs Analysis:
Training is critical to effective human performance, both in preparing people to perform a role and in maintaining competence. While training is critical to effective performance, it also represents a substantial cost to organisations, therefore valuable training time must be spent on the most important training priorities. Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is a process that allows us to determine and prioritise training needs. TNAs can improve organisational outcomes by making the training process more efficient and effective, and when a TNA is risk-based, it ensures that training focuses on addressing relevant human performance-related risks.
SystemiQ has completed many Risk-Based Training Needs Analyses (RBTNA) for large rail and aviation organisations, for a wide range of operational roles and contexts. By analysing the tasks required for a role and its context in detail, SystemiQ is able to provide the risk-based rationale for prioritising training needs and focus areas. An RBTNA is often conducted when a new role or system is being introduced or is conducted as a gap analysis to identify areas requiring additional focus as a result of an organisational change such as a new system or procedure. Contact SystemiQ to discuss how we can help you understand and prioritise training needs to make the most of valuable training time and resources.
Contact SystemiQ to discuss how we can help you to understand and prioritise training needs to make the most of valuable training resources.