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Training Needs Analysis 2009

Brunel University Brunel Business School

“Training Needs Analysis (TNA): A case study of the Abu Dhabi Police”

Student Name: ALI GHUFLI Student no: 0733693 Doctoral Symposium March 23 & 24, 2009


Training Needs Analysis 2009

“Training Needs Analysis: A case study of the Abu Dhabi Police”

Abstract Abu Dhabi Police is one of the most challenged organisations among all public sector organisations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in the UAE. The Abu Dhabi Police therefore consider that their employees should have the ability and the confident to cope with critical situations. Existing literature regarding Training Needs Analysis (TNA) shows that most studies conducted on TNA practices were done overseas. Due to cultural differences, these findings might not reflect similar descriptions regarding TNA practiced in the Middle East, and specifically in the UAE. So, this research aims to investigate the nature of Training Needs Analysis within the context of the Abu Dhabi Police and the impact of TNA on organisational performance. To achieve this questionnaires and interviews will be carried out in the Abu Dhabi Police.


Training Needs Analysis 2009

Introduction The Abu Dhabi Police is one of the most challenged organisations among all public sector organisations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in the UAE. Also, the police are one of the most diverse forces and need to be very focused, active and effective, and object oriented. The Abu Dhabi Police therefore considers that their employees should have the ability and the confident to cope with critical situations (Grau-Gumbau, R., et al., 2002) who state that human resources have to be equipped with the necessary level of professional qualifications to face these challenges, and training is the basic strategy to achieve this. The significance and value…...

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