Determine which training needs are the
responsibility of the organization and which are left to the individual
project or support group.
Refer to the Project Planning process area for
more information about planning needed knowledge and
In addition to strategic training needs,
organizational training addresses training requirements that are common
across projects and support groups. Projects and support groups have the
primary responsibility for identifying and addressing their training
needs. The organizationís training staff is responsible for addressing
only common cross-project and support group training needs (e.g., training
in work environments common to multiple projects). In some cases, however,
the organizationís training staff may address additional training needs of
projects and support groups, as negotiated with them, in the context of
the training resources available and the organizationís training
- Common project and support group training
- Training commitments
- Analyze the training needs identified by
projects and support groups.
Analysis of project and support group needs is
intended to identify common training needs that can be most efficiently
addressed organization wide. These needs-analysis activities are used to
anticipate future training needs that are first visible at the project
and support group level.
- Negotiate with projects and support groups
on how their training needs will be satisfied.
The support provided by the organizationís
training staff depends on the training resources available and the
organizationís training priorities.
|Examples of training appropriately
performed by the project or support group include the
- Training in the application
or service domain of the project
- Training in the unique tools and methods used
by the project or support group
- Training in safety, security, and human
- Document commitments for providing training
support to projects and support