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Need to understand the training requirements of your learners? A needs analysis is the first step of any ADDIE-aligned instructional design process. Join Jeff Toister in this installment of Instructional Design Essentials and learn the three-step process to conducting a needs analysis that will accurately capture and define the goals of your project. Jeff brings his 20+ years of instructional design experience to bear, and helps you set clear goals with project sponsors, gather data from participants quickly, and analyze the data to identify gaps in your current system and goals for your future one.
Hi, I'm Jeff Toister. Welcome to Needs Analysis part of the instructional design essentials series. In this course I'm going to share with you step by step instructions for conducting a training needs analysis. These techniques are based on industry standards, proven best practices and my own experience as a certified learning and performance professional, who has spent more than 20 years designing training programs. We're going to focus on the three key steps necessary to conduct a training needs analysis.
First, we'll cover how to set clear goals with project sponsors. Next, we'll look at proven techniques for gathering essential data in a short amount of time. Finally, we'll talk about ways to analyze data and draw conclusions that will enable our training programs to be much more effective. We'll also spend some time looking at ways to gain buy in from project sponsors. Since they influence the success of any needs analysis study. By the end of this course, I hope you'll enjoy conducting a needs analysis, just as much as I do.
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