Task analysis for training design
A “job task analysis” is widely recognised as the foundation of successful training. Before managers can train their employees, they must decide what the individuals need to be able to do. A task analysis breaks down a complex task into its components — that is, its “knowledge that”, ”knowledge what” and its “knowledge how”. The resource includes a template to use as a guide to outlining a step by step review of the individual pieces of work to be undertaken, what skills are required and what knowledge.