A Successful Training Plan for Landslide Limousine Company

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Introduction The purpose of this report is to communicate a successful training plan to Bradley Stonefiled for his Landslide Limousine company. The report will contain three sections in the main body: Needs Assessment, Training Methods and Evaluation Strategies. This report will contain all the necessary information to put this company on the right track and begin enjoying a competitive advantage once implemented and running at full capacity.
Needs Assessment Before any training begins, it is absolutely necessary that the problems are identified so as to create a plan that specifically addresses these needs. Blindly training people on random tasks does nothing to accomplish any mission. Only when focus and precise training is applied in the correct area, will the organization begin to grow into something stronger. Brown (2002) wrote " to identify specific problem areas in the organization, HR and management must know what the problems are so that the most appropriate training will be directed to those organizational problems, " (p.569.). The needs assessment portion of this training plan is further divided into five different areas of interest. These include: Environmental analysis, organization analysis, demographical analysis, operational analysis and individual analysis. Each part is important, and when combined, present a comprehensive view of what is needed at Landslide.
Environment
The first place to look for a need to change is in the environment. This

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