Learning Styles & Role Of Learning Curve - Mark&Spencer Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Task 1...............................................................................................................................................3Task 2...............................................................................................................................................3Introduction..................................................................................................................................32.1 Comparing the training needs for staff at different level of M&S.........................................32.2 Identifying training methods along with assessing the advantages and disadvantages.........42.3 Systematic approach used by M&S to plan and design training event..................................5Conclusion...................................................................................................................................5Task 3...............................................................................................................................................5Introduction..................................................................................................................................53.1 Preparing an evaluation plan for a training event in M&S....................................................63.2 Explaining the techniques to evaluate the training event in M&S.........................................63.3 Reviewing the success of the methods used to evaluate the training event in M&S.............74.1 Explaining the role of government in training, development and lifelong learning..............74.2 Explaining the development of the competency movement impacted on the public andPrivate sectors..............................................................................................................................84.3 Assessing the contemporary training initiatives introduced by the UK governmentcontribute to human resource development in M&S...................................................................8Conclusion...................................................................................................................................9Conclusion......................................................................................................................................9References......................................................................................................................................102
Index of TablesTable 1: Training needs for staff at different levels.........................................................................4Table 2: Training methods and their advantages and disadvantages...............................................5Table 3: Evaluation plan by CIRO model........................................................................................73
INTRODUCTIONHuman resource development is a part of the human resource management, in anorganization it only deals with training and development of the employees. It provides trainingand development with a motive to increase skills, knowledge, education, abilities in theemployees(Delahaye, 2015). The process of HRD begins with hiring of the new employees andcontinues till employee's tenure in an organization. It is designed to provide information to theemployees that they need to adapt that organization's culture. The present report is based on theMark and Spencer, a major British international retailer, specialists in selling of clothes, homeproducts and luxury food products(About us,2016). This report explains the different learningstyles in context to M&S and the role of learning curve in the work place. Furthermore, thedifferent training needs and the training methods are identified. The role of the UK governmentin training, development and lifelong learning are covered in this report.TASK 1Attached in PPTTASK 2IntroductionThis report will plan and design the training and development. The different trainingmethods will be identified and their advantages and disadvantages are covered in this given task.2.1 Comparing the training needs for staff at different level of M&S.To achieve the organizational objectives and goal, training is necessary, as it helps thecompany in improving the performance. The training needs for staffs at different levels are:Table1: Training needs for staff at different levelsHigher level managerMiddle level managerLower level staffFor staff development andpromotional events, managerwant information for this theyneed marketing related trainingas to motivate the staffTraining is necessary, so thatthe middle level manager canunderstand the terms, policiesand procedure of the M&S, sothat they can easily manage theLower level staff have a directcontact with the customers,they need developmenttraining, so that they can easilyinfluence the consumers4
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