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The Learning and Development Action Plan is a tool that is useful for demonstrating the overall learning and development needs of the organisation.  Once you have conducted the skills audit and mapped each employee into the skills audit matrix, this tool can be used to provide a high level snapshot identifying the following key criteria:

  • What the common learning and development needs are in the business
  • Who, what department or job group and how many employees are to undertake the learning and development
  • Who will sponsor the learning and development to ensure it takes place and has the business support
  • How and where the learning and development will be delivered
  • When the learning and development will take place and the duration
  • An estimated cost of how much the learning and development will cost

This document may prove very useful in obtaining executive approval for the required Learning and Development for the organisation.  Providing a short summary of how you arrived at these needs will also assist in demonstrating the linkage with the Business Plan.  For example, the Business Plan has a clear objective for acquiring project work; a skill needed to manage projects is project management; therefore, project management is a learning and development need.

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