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Training Needs Analysis Report
Rapid Analysis and Design (RAD)
Reference: Bi-SC 75-7 , Education and Individual Training
Directive (Chap 3; Annexes H and I)
Lesson Objectives
Describe the TNA Final Report
Explain the TNA Final Report Structure
Explain Rapid Analysis and Design
(RAD)
TNA Final Report
Prepared by TNA WG
Addressed to the RA
Approved by ACOS JETE
Report Template
 Bi-SC D 75-7 Annex H
 With POI Doc 1, Doc 2 Part 1
TNA Final Report
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Executive Summary
Introduction
Scope and Purpose
Limitations
Assumptions
Methodology
Findings
a. Performance Gap & Cause analysis
b. Collective Training
c. Target Population Analysis
d. Training Options Analysis
8. Conclusions
9. Recommendations
10. Annexes
TNA Final Report Structure
Executive Summary
Introduction
A brief history of the requirement including
why the TNA has been conducted
TNA Final Report Structure
Scope and Purpose.
Focused description of the TNA scope,
ultimate goals and objectives
Limitations
What limitations were imposed that limit the
potential findings/recommendations
TNA Final Report Structure
Assumptions
If applicable
Used to identify what assumptions were
necessary or have been made
Methodology/Approach
How the TNA was conducted
Briefly describe each method used
TNA Final Report Structure
Findings
Performance Gap and Cause Analysis
 From PO to LO
 Other causes identified – Action needed in
Recommendations section
Collective Training Requirement
Target Population Analysis
Training Options Analysis
TNA Final Report Structure
Conclusions
Derived from findings
No new information
Recommendations
Implementation of the programme
Other causes
Specific and concise
Must be recommendations Not conclusions
TNA Final Report Structure
Annexes
Important part of the report
MUST include LOPS and Summary of
target audience
Can include:
 Research data;
 Tables;
 Decision matrix; and
 Task, Skill, Knowledge lists.
The Analysis Phase
The Analysis Phase
 Problem perceived
 Front end analysis
 TNA request
 Scoping report
 TNA WG
 Identify tasks
 Write PO s/ LOPS
 Describe target
population
 Identify gap
 Prioritization of tasks
 Write LO
 Write POI Doc 1,
Doc 2 Part 1
 Options analysis –
recommended
solution
 Write TNA Report
New E&T
Global Programming
Political / Military Direction & Guidance
Requirements
Authority
Strategic Training Plan
Training Requirements Analysis
(Operationalization)
Department
Head
Operational
Commanders’
Performance
Gaps
Training Needs Analysis
Training Management System:
ETOC, ITEP, eITEP
ETOC, ITEP, eITEP
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Rapid Analysis and Design
(RAD)
Reference: Bi-SC 75-7 , Education and Individual Training
Directive (Chap 3; Annex I)
Rapid Analysis and Design
Designed for use by staffs experienced
with the TNA process, learning
domains and instructional methods.
Outlined in Bi-SC 7-57
Annex I
RAD
Urgent Operational needs
Compressed TNA and Instructional
Analysis
RAD
RISK
May overlook other factors and an
E&T solution may not be optimal
Statement List
First step in the RAD process
Creation of a task list by:
Observing performance
Discussion with SMEs
Build scalar
Statement
The Analysis
Identification
Phase List
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Objectives Matrix
Fast-track instructional analysis
process
EOs are matched to LOs
Statement Matrix
Instruction/Evaluation Matrix
Identifies
Learning Domain level
Cognitive
Psychomotor
Affective
Instructional Methodology
Assessment Methodology
Instruction/Evaluation Matrix
Of Note…
RAD does not preclude TNAs to be done
afterwards
POIs can be amended and created from
the RAD information
Lesson Summary
Discuss the TNA Final Report
Explain the TNA Final Report Structure
Explain Rapid Analysis and Design
(RAD)
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