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Conducting a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) (Fujitsu, 2021)
Fujitsu Limited of Japan is an international leader in computers, telecommunications, microelectronics, and
software since 1935. Today the Fujitsu International Group of Companies is one of the largest technology
endeavors in the world. It is a global force of over 500 companies with operations in more than 100 countries,
with over 200,000 employees worldwide.
Fujitsu first entered the Philippine market in 1963. A four (4)-man team of Fujitsu engineers were dispatched
to install a Fujitsu Automatic Computer (FACOM) Model 212 system at the Philippine Bureau of Customs.
The company has constructed environmental management systems (EMS) based on the ISO 14001
international standard and promotes environmental improvement activities across the Group. After acquiring
ISO 14001 certification for Japanese consolidated subsidiaries at the end of FY 2004, Fujitsu expanded this
effort to include overseas subsidiaries and acquired global integrated certification in FY 2005.
By constructing EMS and a global supply chain, the Fujitsu Group has further strengthened its global
governance. It also allows the Group to promote even more efficient and highly effective environmental
activities; not only grasping its achievement status for the Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan but also
collecting a wide variety of information from all Group companies, such as legal compliance, emergency
response, environmental communication and preservation activities, and management reviews.
Requirements: (3 items x 20 points)
1. Based on the provided readings/ supplementary research, conduct a training needs analysis (TNA) for
Fujitsu.
2. The context of the TNA shall be based on Fujitsu’s plan to continually expand its implementation of the
environmental management system (EMS) across the company’s global network.
3. Consider the following guide questions:
a) In initiating an EMS, what are the training needs (competence development, knowledge
transfer, development and support, sustained attitude change, awareness) of the employees?
Choose only three (3) and input your answers in the first column of the table below.
b) Based on the identified needs, formulate appropriate training objectives. Present your answers
in the second column. Refer to Page 3 of the handout for the examples.
c) Decide on the best method/s to be used in conducting the training. Provide a brief explanation.
Use the examples provided on Page 4 of the handout.
d) Using the formulated objectives, provide recommendations in measuring the training
effectiveness. Refer to Page 5 of the handout for the examples.
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Training Need
Training Objectives
Training methods
Recommendations
Knowledge Transfer
To ensure that the
information or
knowledge about the
companies plan and
strategies for their EMS
will be transfer to
every staff in different
countries.
Group discussion the
trainees will be more
active in this technique
rather than the
lectures, so all of the
staff will be actively
involved and listen to
the information that
they need to learn.
To measure the
training effectiveness
they may have
assessment with the
trainees where they
will write all the
knowledge that they
have gained and also
there will be a set of
question that is related
with the things in their
training.
Sustained attitude
change
To ensure that all the
knowledge and skills
they learned from the
training will be applied
and be sustain.
On-the-job training
this will help the
trainees to apply all the
knowledge and skills
that they have learned
and you will be able to
observe it.
Observation is one I
highly recommend to
measure the training
effectives, observe the
staff if they are
applying what they
have learned and if
they are consistent.
Awareness for all
To help every staff in
adjusting and
understanding the
change represented by
the EMS in many
forms.
Coaching and
Mentoring the staff
with more experienced
will be guiding the
trainee to adjust and
understand the
changes.
Both observation and
assessment should be
done to make sure that
the staff had really
understand and had
adjusted with the
changes.
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Rubric for grading:
CRITERIA
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Content
Provided pieces of evidence, supporting
details, and factual scenarios
Organization
of ideas
Expressed the points in a clear and logical
arrangement of ideas in the paragraph
TOTAL
References:
Fujitsu. (2021). History. https://www.fujitsu.com/ph/about/local/corporate/subsidiaries/fpi/history/
Fujitsu. (2021). Environmental management system. https://www.fujitsu.com/ph/about/
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BM2017 Names Section Date ACTIVITY Conducting a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) (Fujitsu, 2021) Fujitsu Limited of Japan is an international leader in computers, telecommunications, microelectronics, and software since 1935. Today the Fujitsu International Group of Companies is one of the largest technology endeavors in the world. It is a global force of over 500 companies with operations in more than 100 countries, with over 200,000 employees worldwide. Fujitsu first entered the Philippine market in 1963. A four (4)-man team of Fujitsu engineers were dispatched to install a Fujitsu Automatic Computer (FACOM) Model 212 system at the Philippine Bureau of Customs. The company has constructed environmental management systems (EMS) based on the ISO 14001 international standard and promotes environmental improvement activities across the Group. After acquiring ISO 14001 certification for Japanese consolidated subsidiaries at the end of FY 2004, Fujitsu expanded this effort to include overseas subsidiaries and acquired global integrated certification in FY 2005. By constructing EMS and a global supply chain, the Fujitsu Group has further strengthened its global governance. It also allows the Group to promote even more efficient and highly effective environmental activities; not only grasping its achievement status for the Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan but also collecting a wide variety of information from all Group companies, such as legal compliance, emergency response, environmental communication and preservation activities, and management reviews. Requirements: (3 items x 20 points) 1. Based on the provided readings/ supplementary research, conduct a training needs analysis (TNA) for Fujitsu. 2. The context of the TNA shall be based on Fujitsu’s plan to continually expand its implementation of the environmental management system (EMS) across the company’s global network. 3. Consider the following guide questions: a) In initiating an EMS, what are the training needs (competence development, knowledge transfer, development and support, sustained attitude change, awareness) of the employees? Choose only three (3) and input your answers in the first column of the table below. b) Based on the identified needs, formulate appropriate training objectives. Present your answers in the second column. Refer to Page 3 of the handout for the examples. c) Decide on the best method/s to be used in conducting the training. Provide a brief explanation. Use the examples provided on Page 4 of the handout. d) Using the formulated objectives, provide recommendations in measuring the training effectiveness. Refer to Page 5 of the handout for the examples. 10 Activity 1 *Property of STI Page 1 of 2 BM2017 Names Section Training Need Knowledge Transfer Training Objectives To ensure that the information or knowledge about the companies plan and strategies for their EMS will be transfer to every staff in different countries. Training methods Group discussion – the trainees will be more active in this technique rather than the lectures, so all of the staff will be actively involved and listen to the information that they need to learn. Sustained attitude change To ensure that all the knowledge and skills they learned from the training will be applied and be sustain. On-the-job training – this will help the trainees to apply all the knowledge and skills that they have learned and you will be able to observe it. Awareness for all To help every staff in adjusting and understanding the change represented by the EMS in many forms. Coaching and Mentoring – the staff with more experienced will be guiding the trainee to adjust and understand the changes. 10 Activity 1 Date Recommendations To measure the training effectiveness they may have assessment with the trainees where they will write all the knowledge that they have gained and also there will be a set of question that is related with the things in their training. Observation is one I highly recommend to measure the training effectives, observe the staff if they are applying what they have learned and if they are consistent. Both observation and assessment should be done to make sure that the staff had really understand and had adjusted with the changes. *Property of STI Page 2 of 2 BM2017 Names Section Date Rubric for grading: CRITERIA PERFORMANCE INDICATORS POINTS Content Provided pieces of evidence, supporting 16 details, and factual scenarios Organization Expressed the points in a clear and logical 4 of ideas arrangement of ideas in the paragraph TOTAL 20 References: Fujitsu. (2021). History. https://www.fujitsu.com/ph/about/local/corporate/subsidiaries/fpi/history/ Fujitsu. (2021). Environmental management system. https://www.fujitsu.com/ph/about/ environment/management/ems/activity/ 10 Activity 1 *Property of STI Page 3 of 2 Name: Description: ...
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