By Peter Kahn

ISBN-10: 0749438819

ISBN-13: 9780749438814

Systematic help for making improvements to schooling and studying in extra and better schooling, has moved to centre level in recent times. this is often mirrored within the increasing membership our bodies. such a lot new employees are inspired to interact in employees improvement programmes, yet obtain little education to take action. This ebook has been written to satisfy this want: it's a functional guide that introduces the major matters in employees and academic improvement, excellent for any schooling expert within the early years in their occupation at extra or better schooling point.

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Far more is required than simply identifying needs and framing activities that are then delivered to staff with inadequate skills or knowledge. Indeed, the process should also include, among other elements, detailed analysis of the relevant needs, stakeholder involvement and clear evaluation. Chapter 5 offers more on this. A Guide to Staff & Educational Development 26 CASE STUDIES OF NEEDS ANALYSES It is, however, important to connect this more systematic approach to the identification and analysis of needs with examples of practice.

The aim in these case studies is to find further ways to overcome both that ‘secret sharing’ model and the cat’s cradle of paper-based policy. MODELS OF NEEDS ANALYSIS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION The first problem we meet is that needs analyses in staff and educational development are relatively under-theorized. The industry-oriented model of training needs analysis tends to start with the assumption that there is a problem in an organization or in the work of one or more people, and that needs arise from the problem identification (Rae, 1997).

There had been requests for some years for a resource to support new counsellors at residential school, to parallel the equivalent resource for new tutors. Up till then, a briefing letter had been sent out from the centre about the role, but there was no nationally agreed policy on subsequent briefing and support. In addition, a change in student support throughout the university seemed likely to increase the development needs of new counsellors. This stimulated me to examine their needs and explains the context to this analysis, demonstrating that the project would help to fulfil both group and institutional needs.

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