Performance

Training Plan for Landslide-Limousine
Anthony Montes, Dima Gammoh, Leah Osmena, Umang Mehta, Zachary Hoferitza
HRM/531
05/22/2014
Dr. Victoria Wintering
University Of Phoenix

MEMORANDUM
To: Traci Goldeman
From: Anthony Montes, Dima Gammoh, Leah Osmena, Umang Mehta, and Zachary Hoferitza
Subject: Training Plan for Landslide-Limousines
Date: May 22, 2014
      We are glad to work together on this topic as a team.   Again, we have chosen a small business, Landslide Limousine Service, and have developed a training plan for this business.   We understand that Mr. Stonefield likes us to come up with an effective and efficient training plan.   Before we explain detail about training plan, let us summarize his business.   Mr. Stonefield is planning to open a limousine service that focuses on providing first-class transportation service in Austin, Texas.   His plan is to have about 25 employees in his first year.   He is also projecting annual revenue for first year in red (-$50,000) but his expectation is to have a growth in revenue at 5% rate over next couple years.   More over, he expects 10% employee turnover rate.   His main concern is the cost of the training plan.
      In today‚Äôs, rapidly changing market, continuous training is essential for the success of the business but the training has to be effective.   We have followed a general system model of the training and development process model to come up with the training plan.   The general system model of the training and development process has three phases; Assessment phase, Training and Development phase and Evaluation phase.   The assessment (or planning) phase serves as a foundation for the entire training effort. The training and development phase and the evaluation phase depend on inputs from assessment (Cascio, 2013).   We will explain each phase in detail and give our recommendation.
Assessment Phase
      The purpose of the assessment phase is to determine if training is necessary.   There are five...