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AIR FORCE - AFH 36-2235 VOL 6

INFORMATION FOR DESIGNERS OF INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS GUIDE TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 1 November 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 124
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This volume provides information and guidance for conducting Training Needs Assessment in the Air Force. This handbook is a guide for Air Force personnel who analyze training needs and determine performance requirements.

Determining the actual need for training is a crucial activity in the instructional system development (ISD) process. Failure to accurately assess the need for training at the beginning of the process can result in time and money being wasted on developing training for non-training-related problems or developing inadequate or unnecessary training to solve training-related problems. Therefore, it is intended that this easy-to-read handbook be used as a guide for conducting Training Needs Assessment (TNA). This handbook supplements and expands upon the TNA information currently found in AFMAN 36-2234.

The purpose of this handbook is to provide basic guidelines for conducting effective, cost-efficient training needs assessment. It is intended to be used by trainers, instructional developers, and managers to systematically assess training needs while considering essential management issues.

Document History

AFH 36-2235 VOL 6
November 1, 2002
INFORMATION FOR DESIGNERS OF INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS GUIDE TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT
This volume provides information and guidance for conducting Training Needs Assessment in the Air Force. This handbook is a guide for Air Force personnel who analyze training needs and determine...

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