Training evaluation strategies

Training evaluation strategies

  • Submitted By: Ram-Alb
  • Date Submitted: 05/03/2015 8:48 PM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 1600
  • Page: 7

Landslide Limousine Training Plan

To: Bradley Stonefield owner of Landslide Limousines
From: (Atwood and Allen Consulting advisors)

Re: Landslide Limousine Training Plan

In order to create a competitive advantage in the Limousine service, landslide Limousine will adapt an effective training to all its employees, for that matter a needs assessment, a training methodology and a training evaluation strategy as to be determined. The main purpose of needs assessment is to determine if training is needed and in which areas, after determining a need for training, the assessment analyses the four different subjects that compose the training needs assessment these subjects are the Environmental, Organization, Demographic, Operation and Individual assessments. The environmental assessment of Landslide Limousines will cover the direction to which Landslide Limousine is business oriented and its local competitors are part of its business environment, in this case the training should be according to the locality environment where landslide Limousine will be conducting business which is Austin, TX, for example, according to TX law there is no special license requirement in order to be able to work as a chauffeur in a Limousine company, so the environmental assessment will allow certain flexibility regarding driving training since there are no certifications required for chauffeurs in this locality.
The demographic analysis/assessment will be determined by the different group’s (women, elder, managers, etc) needs, in this case, supervisor’s will be trained to encourage and maintain a positive and competitive work environment. The organizational assessment evaluates the level of organizational performance, so it relates to the company as a whole; this training will include topics that are needed for everyone in the company such as zero-tolerance sexual harassment training, non-discrimination practices, code of ethics, etc.
Occupational assessment and training...

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