GSR FAQs - Training Needs Analysis (TNA) forms

These frequently asked questions (FAQs) cover Training Needs Analysis (TNA) forms. Content will be added to this page as Student Systems receives queries.

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Your students opt to give you access to their TNA when they have completed it. Students have the following options when working on their TNA:

  1. They can send their supervisor an email asking them to review their completed TNA. No one else can see the TNA.
  2. They can take a snapshot of their TNA and allow their supervisor(s) and Course Director/DGS to view. 
  3. They can simply save their TNA if they aren’t ready to submit.

Supervisors, Course Directors, DGSs and college advisors can view the latest snapshot of a student’s TNA when editing or viewing the student’s supervision report. 

Supervisors, Course Directors, DGSs, subject administrators and college administrators have access to the Training Needs Analysis Search and View link from the GSR home screen. Guidance for using this function is available from the GSR training materials web page. 

Yes, from one of two places;

  1. When viewing a submitted TNA from a Supervision report.
  2. Or via the Training Needs Analysis Search and View link from the GSR home screen. You can create a PDF of the latest submitted TNA, or of a previous snapshot, if required. Guidance for using this function is available from the GSR training materials web page.

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