In the following article we will guide you on how to configure and use the TNA submodule
Training Needs Analysis or TNA is a submodule used to link to each client the general and per person cost of each course to be executed.
This allows comparing the planned budget for all training processes versus the actual budget spent, the total number of courses conducted versus the planned courses, the number of employees effectively trained versus the planned number, and the total hours dedicated to training.
To access TNA go to Main Menu >> TNA.
In this section, you can view all the processes already created and create new processes by selecting the year. (See image).
You can create processes for different years, including previous years.
In order to create it, first the year must be created, then the parent process and then the sub-processes or courses that are part of the training planning.
Once the year is created, you can create the "parent" process. The parent process refers to the process in which you enter the total budget available for training activities for the created year (see image).
After creating the parent process, you can add sub-processes or types of courses that will be allocated as part of this budget.
Within the sub-processes, you will need to provide more detailed information regarding the number of employees to be trained in this area or the type of course; how many of them have high, medium, and low training gaps; the average cost per employee for that course; and the deadline for training the employees.
Process: Refers to the parent process to which this sub-process or course area will be related.
Name The name of the sub-process can be related or similar to the custom categories we have created for reporting.
Responsible: the person in charge of coordinating the activities of that sub-process or course area.
High priority: Number of employees with a high information gap regarding the sub-process or course area topic.
Medium priority: Number of employees with a considerable but acceptable information gap regarding the sub-process or course area topic.
Low priority: Number of employees with a low information gap regarding the sub-process or course area topic.
Employees to be trained: The total number of employees with training gaps that are planned to be trained in the sub-process or course area.
Deadline: The internally planned date for fulfilling the training of this sub-process.
Cost per employee: The approximate cost per person attending the training.
Once the sub-processes or course areas are created, you can link them to the courses available on the platform using the "Index to TNA" option, which is available in the E-Learning and In-person modules. By doing this, you can see the use of the budget reflected.
You can view this information on the main dashboard for the current year.
It is important to “Save changes” in order to see them on the platform.
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