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Needs analysis to identify intergenerational needs in businesses

This module is intended to equip learners with the knowledge and techniques needed to identify intergenerational learning needs in organisations, in order to design training programmes and offer training and support that will promote intergenerational learning effectively.
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  • Assessment Handout
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    • References
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      3. Cedefop (2008). Terminology of European Education and Training Policy. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
      4. Heathfield, S.M. (2020). How to Conduct a Simple Training Needs Assessment in 7 Steps The balance careers, Human Resources: Training Tips.
      5. Johnson, S. (2017). Finding Common Ground: How to Effectively Train Different Generations, Knowledge Anywhere.
      6. McGhee, W., Thayer, P.W. (1961), Training in Business and Industry. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons Inc
      7. Morrison, M. (2017), How to do a Training Needs Analysis – TNA (Learning Needs Analysis LNA)
      8. Morrison, K. (2019). A 5-Step Guide For Conducting A Successful Training Needs Analysis, Corporate eLearning.
      9. Pichon, C. (2021). Job interviews: how to spot toxic management.
      10. Trutkowski, C. (2016), Training needs analysis and national training strategies, Council of Europe
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