The concept of Training Need Analysis has been applied successfully in several corporate companies to depict the learning curve of the employee, and estimate their potential towards the company. This analysis incorporates the skill specific to the requirement of the company only. Prior to recruitment, the hiring is based upon the credibility, achievements and merit of the employee irrespective of its relevance to the actual nature of the job. It is after the recruitment when the employees are evaluated against the requirement of the system, and rather their training plan is developed to improve their understanding and knowledge relevant to the actual need of the employer. The question can be raised that what is the point in the recruitment of the individuals who actually have no relevant knowledge and experience; the answer is that the academic institutions have failed to discuss the actual corporate related issues and in some cases the core industrial and corporate related practices are ignored, therefore the training of the job-seekers continue even after the recruitment. ...
The employees are considered as most important asset by the companies, and the Training Need Analysis is the approach through which companies can inspect and verify the potential of their resources.
Discussion - My Opinion
The Training Need Analysis concept is an audit program through which employer cannot just evaluate but calculate the technical and managerial skills of the employee. I consider this analysis to be quantitative analysis through which the influence and contribution of the employee can be well monitored. The grey areas relevant to the skills of the employee are identified through this approach, and the shortcomings are treated accordingly. The focus of this analysis is limited to the professional skills of the employees. I understand that Training Need Analysis can bridge the gulf between the employer and employee; the expectations of the employer are listed in the skill analysis module. The employees are then regularly monitored against this module, and each skill of the employee is evaluated on scale. I have reviewed the Training Need Analysis module of several corporate organizations, and after reviewing these modules I have been able to comprehend that the evaluation of skills is broad terminology which includes managerial skills, technical skills, professional skills and personal skills. These skills are further classified into units, and the respective skills of the employees are evaluated against random scale. This analysis module also includes the accomplishment of the employees, and the training sessions attended by the employees. This training module also comes with separate section in which