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AOD Identifying Program Needs and Objectives
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Important Task for Trainers Identifying relevant ideas and needs – the program content –is one of the major tasks of people involved with planning adult education and training programs.
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Needs Assessment MaY be called a needs analysis or performance analysis. Can be informal or very formal and structured. Many times a very formal needs assessment is not necessary as goals have already been determined.
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Educational Need Usually described as a discrepancy or gap between what is presently happening to what is desired to be happening. But, sometimes saying an organization has a “need” is not a good strategy, it assigns blame and may turn people off.
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Unformatted text preview: It may also seem reactive instead of proactive. Differences in Needs Identified Organizational ideas and needs, for example, which often drive education and training programs, are frequently at odds with what individuals in the organizations believe they need or perhaps what to know more about. Examples See handout. . Key Techniques of Needs Assessment Paper and computer based questionnaires and surveys Observations Interviews Group sessions and community forums Job and task analysis Tests Information from printed and computer generated materials. Performance and product reviews Social Indicators Conversations Chart See Handout...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2010 for the course DK 1061 taught by Professor Mattson during the Spring '10 term at Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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