The Johnson Applied Solutions Training Needs Assessment is an analysis that determines the type of training required by employees and the best way to implement that training.
Johnson Applied Solutions training assessment tools and processes are used to:
Our purpose of conducting a training needs assessment is to identify performance requirements and the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) essential for the workforce to achieve organizational mission success. An effective training needs assessment will help direct resources to areas of greatest demand.
Evaluates the level of organizational performance. An assessment of this type will determine what skills, knowledge, and abilities an organization’s needs. It determines what is required to alleviate the problems and weaknesses of the organization as well as to enhance strengths and competencies.
Examines the skills, knowledge, and abilities required for affected occupational groups. Occupational assessment identifies how, and which occupational discrepancies or gaps exist, potentially introduced by the new direction of an organization. It also examines new ways to do work that can eliminate the discrepancies or gaps.
Analyzes how well an individual employee is doing a job and determines the individual’s capacity to do new or different work. Individual assessments provide information on which employees need training and what kind.
Johnson Applied Solutions assessment tools and surveys will determine your organizations desired outcomes, link desired outcomes with employee behavior, identify training competencies, evaluate competencies and determine Performance Gaps.
Results determined from the needs assessment will allow your organization to set the training objectives by answering two very basic questions:
For each training delivery, Johnson Applied Solutions training professionals apply their extensive understanding in instructional design and adult learning theory to properly customize curriculum to meet the specific training requirements while optimizing student engagement. Johnson Applied Solutions training professionals continuously analyze, define, design, develop, implement, evaluate and rewrite, or revise training curricula using their experience, established standardized curriculum by subject matter, and various other applicable methodologies.
Johnson Applied Solutions trainers have designed and developed curricula for the United States Air Force (USAF), Defense Language Institute English Language Center (DLIELC), The Department of Veterans Affairs, Texas Education Agency, Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, and the U.S Army War College. Johnson Applied Solutions professionals creating this curriculum have extensive design and development experience across a broad spectrum of academia, state agencies and U.S government institutions.