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    What is the difference between a Proactive Training Needs Analysis and a Reactive Training Needs Analysis? How would you go about implementing a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) within your organization? How does your organization determine the type of training needed within your organization?

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    Proactive in anything is to see a problem might be coming and to tackle it before it becomes an issue. This can be as simple as seeing where mistakes are occurring, with the potential of becoming bigger issues, or watching the external environment and predicting a new law or change that could mean new training. Reactive means that something has already occurred and needs to be fixed. The analysis in either case will pinpoint the issues, the specifics of what are needed, and help plan for the ...

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    The expert examines the training needs analysis to determine the difference between a proactive training needs analysis and a reactive training needs analysis.