Fernando Franco, Taiane Street, Camille Harris, & Troy Williams
August 3, 2013
A training plan is a business strategy companies use as a starting point to create a training program they are going to implement to deliver education to their new employees or trainees. Having the proper training plan makes a difference in the trainer’s overall experience and how much information is retained during and after the training sessions. When companies create detailed training plans for their trainers to use as a roadmap for entry level employees to ensure their level of knowledge is sufficient enough to increase productivity and profits, cost can most certainly become a concern. This document will provide Landslide Limousine important information to guide the company to develop, implement, and evaluate an effective training plan to consider the goals of their organization and to better their business.
Assessment of Training Objectives
Before we can create, develop, and evaluate a training plan for Landslide Limousine, we must first conduct an analysis to determine exactly what factors need to be covered in the training. Five levels of analysis, environmental, organizational, demographical, operational, and individual were used to determine the areas the training need to cover.
Looking at the environment analysis for training, what union, law, or economy based factors will influence the training Landslide Limousine will provide. As the organization begins operations, they will be able to further assess those laws and regulations that are challenging to their staff. The first likely recommended assessment will be of the Texas traffic laws. It will be the responsibility of Landslide Limousine to ensure that the organization or driver does not violate any of the laws. This includes laws in regards to vehicle inspection, modification, and driver requirements. However, it will be vital to train employees on various aspects
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