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Based on materials developed as part of Vital’s In-house Professional Development Partnership (IPDP) Subject to Open Government Licence http://is.gd/xThGYQhttp://is.gd/xThGYQ Introduction to organisational needs analysis Welcome Your facilitator is
>Schedule Mins inWhat 0Welcome & Introductions 12Intended outcomes 16Needs analysis: What & why? 29Different approaches 33Survey monkey 37Successful needs analysis 47Planning your needs analysis 66Review 88Questions and next steps 2
>Intended outcomes >Be aware of the benefits of carrying out a needs analysis >Be aware of the risks of not carrying out a needs analysis >Be able to identify the elements of an effective needs analysis >Be able to plan a needs analysis related to an agreed aim >Be able to carry out a needs analysis related to an agreed aim 3
Which definition in your opinion do you feel most closely defines needs analysis? A – Definition 1 A method of analysing how employee skill deficits can be addressed through current or future training and professional development programmes, as well as determining the types of training/development programmes required and how to prioritise training/development. B – Definition 2 Training needs analysis – a process to determine what people need to learn and how training may help. The result of the analysis is a training needs report which identifies prioritised training/learning needs and interventions needed to reduce key performance gaps. C – Definition 3 Includes all the activities used to collect information about your students' learning needs, wants, wishes, desires, etc. The process also sometimes involves looking at the expectations and requirements of other interested parties. D – Some other definition 4
>What are the benefits of doing a needs analysis? 5
>What are the risks of NOT doing a needs analysis? 6
What did the surveys that you looked at tell you about needs analysis? 21 st Century Teacher Survey – Becta The Cultivated Leader (National College Leadership tool) Mind the Gap! The 21 st Century Learning Quiz, Bob Harrison’s Children’s 21 st Teacher Survey Online survey 7
12 >What information will you need to collect for a needs analysis?
13 >Points to consider when planning your needs analysis Compliance Clarity Focus Consistency Sufficient detail Post-training follow up Triangulation
>Pros and cons of various tools ToolAdvantageDisadvantage Pen and paper Online survey Online collaborative document Individual discussions Group discussions Show of hands 14
A. Pen and paper B. Online tool such as Survey Monkey C. Online collaborative document, e.g. Google Docs D. Individual or group discussions E. Other (specify in chat box) 15 Which tool would you use for your first needs analysis?
17 >Ensuring that you and your organisation will benefit from the needs analysis? SLT Share results CPD Team Feed into improvement plans Fit for purpose Test and refine
>Intended outcomes >Be aware of the benefits of carrying out a needs analysis. >Be aware of the risks of not carrying out a needs analysis. >Be able to identify the elements of an effective needs analysis. >Be able to plan a needs analysis related to an agreed aim. >Be able to carry out a needs analysis related to an agreed aim. 18
Based on materials developed as part of Vital’s In-house Professional Development Partnership (IPDP) Subject to Open Government Licence http://is.gd/xThGYQhttp://is.gd/xThGYQ Questions and next steps
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