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Learning Needs Assessment

What is a Learning Needs Assessment?

Needs assessments are used to identify strategic priorities, define results to be accomplished, guide decisions related to appropriate actions to be taken, establish evaluation criteria for making judgments of success, and inform the continual improvement of activities within organizations. A learning needs assessment is simply a systematic process of asking questions, comparing answers, and making informed decisions about what to do next to improve human or organizational performance.

Where Do We Start?

A thorough learning needs assessment is the foundation of a robust learning and organizational development program. It is the catalyst for developing awareness in both the individual and the organization. The results from the learning needs assessment are an input into the learning and organizational development strategy and plan.  Therefore, an action plan comprised of the following tasks will be implemented: Set clear goals, plan, gather data, analyze data, define learning objectives & present final learning and organizational development strategy and plan.

Our Approach

We will be conducting assessment sessions, in-person interviews and a survey to gather input from our stakeholders.

Learning Needs Assessment Sessions

Thank you to all you participated in a learning needs assessment session and/or completed the survey.The L&OD team hosted 58 sessions at multiple locations throughout campus.

We analyzed the results from the 1,344 responses received, the results and next steps are ready for review.

LNA Results and Next Steps

Questions

Contact us if you have any questions about the learning needs assessment sessions or the learning and organizational initiative at Tulane.