Drawing up a training plan
The process of drawing up a training plan is part of company life. It requires systematic questioning and prior reflection on its implementation in order to lead to training measures that meet the company's needs.
The training plan structures and organises training projects for company employees both from a qualitative and quantitative point of view, and includes information on the training objectives, groups, length and budget as well as the trainers.
It is a training management tool, and represents the operationaland budgetary expression of the resources allocated to the development of individual and collective skills within the company.
From an operational point of view it sets out what is going to be done, forecasted actions and their objectives and, where possible, expected outcomes.
- From a budgetary point of view it determines the financial resources provisionally allocated to the implementation of training projects.
Luxembourg legislation on continuing vocational training requires the company to provide qualitative and quantitative data on its training plan in order to benefit from financial support from the State.
Carry out a review of what has been done previously in terms of employee training within the company. This involves determining the objectives, the staff numbers targeted/not targeted, training courses that have been a success/failure, training providers used, investment etc.
2. Strategic priorities
3. Training needs
4. Training objectives
6. Training projects
7. Training solutions
10. Official presentation