Team Vitamin C: Robert Newton, Michelle Thompson, Sheila Thompson, Shanica Todd-Huggins
December 1, 2014
Machelle Thompson J.D.
Limo Training Plan
To: Bradley Stonefield
From: Team C
Subject: Training Plan The training plan for Landslide Limousine Services includes the Needs Assessment, Training Method, and Training Evaluation Method. Which includes analysis, organizational analysis, demographical analysis, operational analysis and individual needs assessment. Secondly, the training methods are to be examined. The training methods include types of media, learning principles, training for learning skills or facts and effectiveness of training methods. Third, the training evaluation methods used to evaluate the success of the training. The training method includes the information necessary for success with Landslide Limo Services.
Training Needs Assessment
The first step Atwood Consulting recommends is a needs assessment. The needs assessment will serve as a blueprint for development of Landslide Limousine training plan. The needs assessment will also assist with understanding the processes for implementation and desired outcomes for the company. By means of the assessment processes, improvements made to the operation, and implement a strategic change for the improvements. In order to meet the objective and mission of the company, the methods will alleviate some of operations that impede progress and allow for corrections. The needs assessment will focus on environmental, organizational, demographical, operational, and individual analysis.
Environmental analysis highlights environmental factors that impact the business. Monitoring and analyzing the relevance of environmental factors assist in forecasting future growth and development. The strength of the company is an environmental factor that will sustain the company’s competitive edge. The Landslide Limousine service entering a part of the industry market
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