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Training Needs Analysis 1 Cayla Kirby Training Needs Analysis HRM/326 9/25/2017 University of Phoenix
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Training Needs Analysis 2 Introduction Second Family Inc, is a privately-owned company that is contracted by the State of Maryland to take care of medically fragile children. The company is located in the DMV metro area which Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. The follow regulations that is mandated by Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ) and Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA). The company’s motto is o ur organization is dedicated to serving children with Acute on Chronic Medical Fragile needs within the community of Prince George's County, Maryland. We are committed to providing skilled nursing care and supervision services. We establish a family- like atmosphere for our Children with 24-hour nursing staff, educational, recreational, and social activities. Our goal is to give them a thriving, healthy lifestyle for years to come” (SecondFamilyinc, 2009). 1. What is your training problem statement or objective ? In order for the company to be compliance with Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ) and Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), Second Family Inc. is required to train all LPN’S and CNA’S on required training mandated by both agency. The staffing process in place for communicating with employees on required training is not effective. Each year all employee must update all required training, and employees are not showing
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Training Needs Analysis 3 up to classes for training even though the information was communicated through writing and phone calls by staffing development. Not being in compliance Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ) and Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) can result into the company losing their licenses of operation.
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