Training Needs Analysis questionnaires [from the NHS National End of Life Care Programme]

Posted on October 18, 2011. Filed under: Educ for Hlth Professions, Palliative Care | Tags: |

Training Needs Analysis questionnaires [from the NHS National End of Life Care Programme]

“A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) provides a means to a needs-based approach for training and education. The TNA identifies the competences that staff require for their role, any gaps in the existing workforce skills, knowledge and attitudes and the range of training and education currently available.

To do this, analysis of this information is matched against the organisation’s demands for these skills now and in the future. This enables an education and training plan to be developed that will ensure existing and new workers are provided with opportunities to attain the skills and knowledge required.

An end of life care TNA can be used to survey all workers in health and social care – regardless of discipline, grade, role, responsibility or setting – whose work includes care and support for people approaching and at the end of their lives.

The TNA tools consist of guidance on carrying out a TNA together with three questionnaires which address key end of life care competence areas.”

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Guidance for using the End of Life Care (EoLC) Training Needs Analysis (TNA) Tools 

Self Assessment Questionnaire

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