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1 Introduction to organisational needs analysis Welcome Your facilitator is Please check your audio go to Tools > Audio > Audio Setup Wizard (in the menu bar) follow instructions in the Audio Setup Wizard If you cannot get your audio to work then post a comment in the chat box and a moderator will help you.

2 >Introductions Click on the Talk button to talk. Click on the Talk button again when you have finished speaking – to allow other people to talk. Put your hand up, by clicking on the hand icon, if you want to say something. Remember to put your hand down again, by clicking on the hand icon, when you have started speaking (or no longer want to speak).

3 >Whiteboard Facilitators and participants can write on the whiteboard. You might be asked to contribute your ideas to the whiteboard. There is a range of tools you can use, including Clip Art. You can save and print pages from the whiteboard: Tools>Save>Whiteboard Tools>Print>Whiteboard 3

4 >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. 4

5 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 Learning needs analyses are undertaken in industry and business to determine the gap between the existing skills, knowledge and abilities of staff and those that are needed for the organisation to function at the desired level – asset project. D – Definition 4 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. E – Some other definition 5 Using the Vote Button

6 >What are the benefits of doing a needs analysis? 6 Put your hand up, when it’s your turn use the Talk button or use the Chat box

7 >What are the risks of NOT doing a needs analysis? 7 Put your hand up, when it’s your turn use the Talk button or use the Chat box

8 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 8 Put your hand up, when it’s your turn use the Talk button or use the Chat box

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13 13 >What information will you need to collect for a needs analysis? Put your hand up, when it’s your turn use the Talk button or use the Chat box

14 14 >Points to consider when planning your needs analysis Compliance Clarity Focus Consistency Sufficient detail Post-training follow up Triangulation Put your hand up, when it’s your turn use the Talk button or use the Chat box

15 >Pros and cons of various tools ToolAdvantageDisadvantage Pen and paper Online survey Online collaborative document Individual discussions Group discussions Show of hands 15

16 Using the voting tool 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) 16 Which tool would you use for your first needs analysis?

17 STEP Overarching aim Group Tool Questions 17

18 18 Put your hand up, when it’s your turn use the Talk button or use the Chat box >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

19 Questions and next steps


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