Learning Needs Analysis

No one decides to create a new learning solution for fun. There’s always a problem in the business that needs to be solved. And maybe a learning intervention will be all or part of solving that problem.

Learning Needs Analysis is the process of examining and defining the business problem, trying to identify the causes of that problem, and then recommending a learning solution that could help to address the problem. And that learning solution needs to be something that is practical given the timeframe and budget available, and the characteristics and needs of the target audience.

Research has shown that small initiatives spaced out over time are very effective for embedding learning. Technology exists within the Transport cluster to allow emails and text messages to be ‘pushed’ out to key learners. These can contain links to useful resources and further information when required.

No one decides to create a new learning solution for fun. There’s always a problem in the business that needs to be solved. And maybe a learning intervention will be all or part of solving that problem.

Learning Needs Analysis is the process of examining and defining the business problem, trying to identify the causes of that problem, and then recommending a learning solution that could help to address the problem. And that learning solution needs to be something that is practical given the timeframe and budget available, and the characteristics and needs of the target audience.

Research has shown that small initiatives spaced out over time are very effective for embedding learning. Technology exists within the Transport cluster to allow emails and text messages to be ‘pushed’ out to key learners. These can contain links to useful resources and further information when required.