Training Needs Analysis Courses
Defence Training Needs Analysis (TNA) – Discover how to complete a Defence Training Needs Analysis, find knowledge gaps and learn to design appropriate training courses. You will also learn about the component parts of a Defence Training Needs Analysis – TNA and how each part fits in to the system of TNA, as well as the outputs and control of a Defence Training Needs Analysis project.
Our Defence Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and Course Design (CD) courses are compliant with the Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) methodology contained in Joint Service Publication (JSP) 822. Whether you are seeking to understand the training needs of a civil or Defence organisation, these courses will provide the delegate with the full range of knowledge to undertake the tasks.
Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) Element 1 – Analysis
This course is designed to provide the delegate with a high level of understanding of the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) coupled with a more detailed understanding of the Training Needs Analysis (TNA) process. The fundamental principles are established and then built upon using a combination of presentation techniques, informal delegate instructor interaction and formal scripted exercises.
The course begins by explaining the principles of the SAT and the Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT). The subsequent modules address the concept and the phases of TNA in more detail including exercises to reinforce the principles. The final module of the course gives the delegates a brief tour of the JSP 822 standard with a focus on the structure of the document, it’s history and any recent updates.
Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) Element 2 – Design
This course is designed to provide the delegate with a high level of understanding of the course design (CD) process coupled with a more detailed understanding of the topics that should be taken into consideration. The important topics are introduced through instructor-led presentation before being reinforced in group exercises.
Training courses are produced in accordance with the Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) and as a result of the comprehensive TNA from which individual training objectives are provided to the course designer. This course begins by reinforcing the links between the TNA outputs and the course design process before introducing the delegate to the three stages of course design. A detailed discussion around the broad considerations for the design process leads into an in depth tour through the course design process itself.
Save £200 by booking a combined 5 Day Analysis & Course Design course for £1700 + VAT.
Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) for Non-Defence Trainers
Suppliers into UK MoD are often required to adhere to specific Defence standards with little in the way of guidance. This course aims to decode the JSP822 document and explain the Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) that it describes. Designed to give the delegate the context that they need in order to efficiently deliver their training-related products to their customer.
By the end of the course the delegate will be able to describe what DSAT is and, more importantly, will be able to answer the million dollar question ‘what does DSAT compliant mean to me?’.
This 1 day course is designed for experienced training practitioners who are new to the Defence environment.