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Difference between TNA and TNI

 A TNA pinpoints the required level of


skill/knowledge and the current level of
skill/knowledge – the ground in between is the gap.
As well as identify this gap, training needs analysis
is also designed to identify the most appropriate
training to bridge this gap.

 TNI is a process that involves establishing areas


where employees lack skills, knowledge, and
ability in effectively performing their jobs.
Tools for TNA

 Current and Active Records: Performance


Appraisals
 Interviews
 Observation
 Contextual Inquiry
 Questionnaires
 Surveys
 Focus Groups
 SWOT Analysis