lcNeedsAnalysis

Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Version 1.2

The <lcNeedsAnalysis> describes the training requirement and identifies the need to develop or revise content. These include periodic training gap analyses, changes to operational or maintenance requirements, and changes to equipment or systems.

Contains

Note: These models represent only the default document types distributed by OASIS. Actual content models will differ with each new document type.
Doctype Content model
learningPlan ( (title) (optional) then (lcOrganizational) (optional) then (lcPlanAudience) (optional) then (lcWorkEnv) (optional) then (lcTask) (any number) )

Contained by

Doctype Content model
learningPlan learningPlanbody

Inheritance

- topic/section learningBase/section learningPlan/lcNeedsAnalysis

Example

<learningPlan id="learningPlanTest"> 
    <title>Learning Plan</title> 
    <shortdesc>It's always good to provide a plan.
    </shortdesc>
    <learningPlanbody>
        <lcNeedsAnalysis> 
            <title>lcNeedsAnalysis</title>
            <lcOrganizational> 
                <title>Organizational Needs</title>
                <lcGeneralDescription>Organizations with
new requirements can benefit from the use of this
course.</lcGeneralDescription>
                <lcGoals>The goal for taking this course is to
develop organizational self-sufficiency in planning for and developing
conformant courseware.</lcGoals>
                <lcNeeds>Training efforts require a greater
capability in tracking employee learning progress.</lcNeeds>
                <lcValues>The
organization will develop shared expertise in each book enabling an integrative
lesson development environment.</lcValues>
                <lcOrgConstraints>Some organizations
may not have the technical ability to develop training. Overcome this
constraint with guidance on selecting contractor support.</lcOrgConstraints>
            </lcOrganizational>
            <lcPlanAudience> 
                <title>lcPlanAudience</title>
                <lcGeneralDescription>Organizations with new
requirements can benefit from the use of this course.</lcGeneralDescription> 
                <lcEdLevel>all about lcEdLevel</lcEdLevel>
                <lcAge>all about lcAge</lcAge> 
                <lcBackground>all about lcBackground</lcBackground>
                <lcSkills>all about
lcSkills</lcSkills>
                <lcKnowledge>all about lcKnowledge</lcKnowledge> 
                <lcMotivation>all about lcMotivation</lcMotivation>
                <lcSpecChars>all about
lcSpecChars</lcSpecChars>
            </lcPlanAudience>
            <lcWorkEnv> 
                <title>lcWorkEnv</title>
                <lcWorkEnvDescription>all about
lcWorkEnvDescription</lcWorkEnvDescription>
                <lcPlanResources>all about
lcPlanResources</lcPlanResources>
                <lcProcesses>all about
lcProcesses</lcProcesses>
            </lcWorkEnv>
            <lcTask> 
                <title>lcTask</title>
                <lcTaskItem>lcTaskItem is really great...</lcTaskItem> 
                <lcKnowledge>all about lcKnowledge</lcKnowledge>
                <lcSkills>lcSkills</lcSkills> 
                <lcAttitude>lcAttitude...</lcAttitude>
            </lcTask>
            <lcTask> 
                <title>another lcTask (as many more as you would like...)</title> 
                <lcTaskItem>lcTaskItem is really great...</lcTaskItem>
                <lcKnowledge>all about
lcKnowledge</lcKnowledge>
                <lcSkills>lcSkills</lcSkills> 
                <lcAttitude>lcAttitude...</lcAttitude>
            </lcTask>
        </lcNeedsAnalysis>
    </learningPlanbody>
</learningPlan>

Attributes

Name Description Data Type Default Value Required?
univ-atts attribute group (includes select-atts, id-atts, and localization-atts groups) A set of related attributes, described in univ-atts attribute group      
spectitle The specialized title attribute allows architects of specialized types to define a fixed or default title for a specialized element. Not intended for direct use by authors. CDATA #IMPLIED No
global-atts attribute group (xtrf, xtrc) A set of related attributes, described in global-atts attribute group      
class, outputclass Common attributes described in Other common DITA attributes