Human Resource Development

Table of Contents
Introduction 2
Task 1 Understand learning theories and learning styles 2
1.1 Comparing of different learning style 2
Peter Honey and Alan Mumford's model 5
1.2 Explains the role of the learning curve and the importance of transferring learning to the workplace: 6
1.3 Assess the contribution of learning styles and theories when planning and designing a learning event 7
2.1 The training needs for staff at different levels 8
2.2 Assess the advantages and disadvantages of training methods used in your chosen organisation 9
Task 3 Be able to evaluate a training event 10
3.1.1 Methodology of evaluation 10
3.2 Analysis of the training event 12
3.3 review the success of the evaluation methods used 12
Task 4 Understand government-led skills development initiatives 12
4.1 The role of government in training, development and lifelong learning: 12
4.2 Explain how the development of the competency movement has impacted on the public and private sectors 13
4.3 Assess how contemporary training initiatives introduced by the UK government contribute to human resources development for an organization of your choice 13
Conclusion 14

Toyota car manufacturing company (UK) was established in 1989. It is a Japanese car manufacturing company. There are two manufacturing plants in the UK. Total investment of the company in UK is almost £2.2 billion and currently 3800 members (including agency) are working there. To increase the company's sells in the present competitive business world the company provides different types of training programs to develop the ability and skill of the employees. The company has divided its human development program in various ways based on different level of employees and is providing them required training which will make their level standard.
Task 1 Understand learning theories and learning styles
1.1 Comparing of...