We used the acronym ADDIE to outline the training process: analyze, develop, design, implement, and evaluate. Before training employees, itâ€™s necessary to analyze their training needs and design the training program. In training new employees, employers use task analysisâ€”basically, a detailed study of the jobâ€”to determine what skills the job requires. For current employees, performance analysis is required, specifically to verify that there is performance efficiency and to determine if training is the solution. Distinguishing between canâ€™t-do and wonâ€™t-do problems is the main issue here. Once you understand the issues, you can design a training program, which means identifying specific training objectives, clarifying a training budget, and then actually designing the program in terms of the actual content.