Job Analysis



– Fully customizable 44-page participant manual
– 81 ready-to-deliver powerpoint slides
– Icebreakers, training games & practical exercises
– Further reading, course evaluation and action plan
– Expert training guides
– Permission to add your own logos
– Use where, when and as often as required
– Instantly available


Target audience

Are you looking to deliver your own job analysis training course? Maybe you are not sure where to start? Not to worry, we have all the training content that you’ll need.

The course will teach your participants on how to complete a job analysis. And, they will learn about key job analysis skills. These skills include various job analysis methods, types of observation, and the position analysis questionnaire.

The training material will improve the skills of participants at all levels e.g., managers, team leaders, supervisors and some front line staff that need to lead as part of their role.

Course outline

The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.

Job analysis – The course begins by exploring what is job analysis. Use the content to details various applications of job analysis skills within companies. The course material focuses on job descriptions, selection procedures and worker mobility. This section concludes by exploring the role of job analysis with training and development, compensation and performance management.

Main types of job analysis – This section discusses the crucial areas of the job analysis interview. Next, use the material to examine the important concept of observation. The section ends by looking at two crucial job analysis tools. These are – the critical incident technique and the position analysis questionnaire.

Criteria – The final section will help participants assess whether they are ready to perform a Job analysis.

Course objectives

Upon completion of this training course, your participants will be able to:

– Explain the role of job analysis.
– Describe four job analysis methods.
– Describe the advantages and disadvantages of interviews.
– Detail three types of job observation.
– Introduce a Critical Incident Technique.
– Understand a Position Analysis Questionnaire.
– Explore job analysis techniques.

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Grenoble Graduate School of Business

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