-- Lunch, Tea Break & Refreshment will be arranged by the organizer

-- Handout & Writing Materials will be provided by the organizer

-- Seats are limited and will be served on 'First Come-First Serve' basis

-- Participants will be awarded certificates at the end of the session

Who Should Attend

- Training Managers
- Head of HR
- OD Managers
- Competence Development Manager
- Functional Head
- HR Managers/Sr. Managers
- Head, Learning & Development

- Any Human Resource Professionals from Public, Commercial Organizations, Banks, NGOs or other sector.

- Individuals who wish to gain knowledge on conducting TNA and the method of training evaluation

Training Need Analysis & Training Evaluation

Date : 10 Feb 2012
Time : 10.00 AM - 06.00 PM
Fee  : 3000 BDT/Participant
Training venue :
UTC Tower (Ground Floor), 8 Panthapath, Dhaka (Beside Basundhara Shopping Complex)
Training Objective
A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is used to assess an organization’s training needs. The root of the TNA is the gap analysis. This is an assessment of the gap between the knowledge, skills and attitudes that the people in the organization currently possess and the knowledge, skills and attitudes that they require to meet the organization’s objectives.

The training needs assessment is best conducted up front, before training solutions are budgeted, designed and delivered.

The The process of examining a training program is called training evaluation, report on purpose, process and techniques of evaluation. Effective post training evaluation is very crucial for your organization to successfully determine:

> Reaction - What does the learner feel about the training?
> Learning - What facts, knowledge, etc., did the learner gain?
> Behaviors - What skills did the learner develop, that is, what new information is the learner using on the job?
> Results or effectiveness - What results occurred, that is, did the learner apply the new skills to the necessary tasks in the organization and, if so, what results were achieved?

Training Content
Key areas to be covered:

Conducting Training Need Analysis
- How to develop assessment instruments?
- Understanding where needs assessments fit in?
- Basic steps in conducting needs assessments
- Discuss what a needs assessment is and when and why to conduct one
- Identify the steps in planning a needs assessment
- Select an appropriate method for data collection
- Understand how to use questions appropriately
- Identify considerations for analyzing and managing data
- Benefits of conducting a needs assessment
- Linking to business objectives

Measuring Training Effectiveness for Business Results
- How Assessment Informs Learning Effectiveness
- How Evaluations Define Training Effectiveness
- Measuring Training Effectiveness
- Why evaluate?
- Levels of evaluation
- Advantage of training evaluation
- Training evaluation process
- Training Evaluation methods
- Barriers of measuring training effectiveness
- Effective training KPI

Question & Answer
Facilitator(s) Profile

Monjurul Alam
Senior Manager, HR
Eastern Bank Ltd.
  Monjurul Alam possesses diversified HR experience across prominent industry sectors viz. MNC, Manufacturing, Marketing, Banking, Embassy, etc. He has worked key facets of HR functions i.e. Leading the HR function, Re-sourcing, HR Business Partner, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Learning & Development. Currently he is working as the Senior Manager of Human Resources in Eastern Bank Ltd. During his 13 years career he has also worked for the British High Commission Dhaka, City Bank, RAK Ceramics and Rangs Group. Training young people is his passion and management trainee development program is his specialization. For this he has been visiting renowned business schools of our country. Many successful presentations at IBA, Jahangirnagar University, BRAC University, BIBM, Daffodil International University, Stamford University, Northern University, Eastern University and BIM helped young pupils a lot to making their career decision. He has also arranged a number of Road Show at IBA, NSU, East West and BRAC University which gave him better understanding of today's business graduates mindset and need. He holds the MCIPD qualification from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) which is Europe's largest professional institute for people management and development. Currently he is working on Chartered member status of CIPD. Mr. Monjur has his own unique style to delivering trainings. A fluent speaker, excellent presentation skill, combination of theory and real life experience and good sense of humor made him a successful trainer.
Registration Details
Registration payment can be made by cash or A/C Payee cheque in favor of Business Express, before February 8, 2012, till 03:00 pm

Registration Point
Training Bangladesh, 6/1/B Ring Road, Shyamoli, Dhaka 1207

Mob: 01912 836565, 01711 032527, 01713 067708

Last date of registration: Wednesday, 08 Feb 2012
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