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TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS (TNA) FORM
INSTRUCTIONS
WHAT IS THE RESEARCH TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS FORM FOR?
The Training Needs Analysis (TNA) form is a tool for managing, reflecting on and helping to promote Higher Degree by Research skills development.
For more information about the TNA process and training opportunities, visit http://sydney.edu.au/graduate_studies_office/students/tna.shtml
WHO SHOULD USE IT?
This Training Needs Analysis (TNA) form should be completed by all Higher Degree by Research students with their supervisors (1) in the first few months of the candidature,
and (2) annually thereafter, preferably at the time of each Annual Progress Review.
A new TNA form is required each year.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Save this form to your computer, where you can then complete it electronically. No signatures are required. Please use the following naming convention:
StudentID_TNA_year.pdf (for example: 123456789_TNA_2013.pdf).
Students and supervisors should use the form to structure a discussion about your goals for coming year. This discussion should reflect on your current capacities, and
identify and record any new skills and training required to successfully achieve the goals agreed over the next 12 months
Students should email a copy of the completed form to your supervisor and faculty office.
Students and supervisors should refer to the completed form at your next Progress Review.
We welcome feedback from students and supervisors about the TNA: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SydneyUniRTNA2014
Faculties can forward the form to gso.tnaforms@sydney.edu.au for automated filing to TRIM student files.
STUDENT DETAILS
Student ID
FAMILY NAME:
GIVEN NAME:
Name of Supervisor:
Discipline/ School (in which student is enrolled):
Date this TNA form was completed (dd/mm/yyyy):
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Training Needs Analysis Form
source: sydney.edu.au
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