Despite the considerable psychiatric morbidity associated with ADHD and the availability of effective pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments, the disorder often goes unrecognised and untreated in people as they grow older.
This leads to unnecessary distress to individuals, ineffective targeting of treatments, poor control over chronic mental health problems and the development of adult onset disorders later in life.
Conducting a training needs analysis (TNA) helps on the journey, but it can only help if you understand the destination required.
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The links below will provide access to a sample TNA form and an example how the same data can be used for developing personal development plans.
TNA Sample data collection form and Sample Output for PDP use The original article published in Training Zone is printed below: TNA: Knowing Where to Start Your Journey In this practical guide, Mike Morrison goes through the stages of an IT training needs analysis.
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The importance of concurrent psychological treatments is also now recognised and indeed is being sought by people with ADHD.