An Organisational Needs Analysis

An Organisational Needs Analysis is an effective way to identify skills gaps. It involves gathering information to identify areas where your employees can improve their performance to their benefit and that of your business. This unit standard is intended for people who are, or seek to be, specialists in human resources management.

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In this course, one will be learning about the purpose of the analysis and how it is confirmed with stakeholders. One will also learn about the different methods of analysis and data gathering which will be described in terms of their strengths, weaknesses, features, and applications.

This course will also cover the role and importance of objectives within the context of the analysis while taking cognisance of their function and value to the organisation. One will also learn how to define a gap analysis and make recommendations for bridging the gap. Lastly, one will learn about how the content accurately reflects the analysis, the objectives, and the recommendations for producing the written report.

Session 1

1
Lesson 1: Introduction to a Needs Analysis
1:27

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2
Lesson 2: The Purpose of the Analysis
6:18
3
Lesson 3: Communication Requirements
3:40
4
Assessment 1: Analyse the Current Situation
5 questions

Session 2

1
Lesson 4: Introduction
1:08
2
Lesson 5: Role of Objectives
2:50
3
Lesson 6: Objectives
2:24
4
Assessment 2: Organisational Objectives
5 questions

Session 3

1
Lesson 7: Introduction to Analysis
0:58
2
Lesson 8: Gap Analysis
2:05
3
Lesson 9: Usage Gap
3:31
4
Lesson 10: Using Gap Analysis
5:22
5
Assessment 3: Define the Gap
5 questions

Session 4

1
Lesson 11: Introduction
1:10
2
Lesson 12: Report Guidelines
12:44
3
Assessment 4: Report Guidelines
5 questions

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