Talk about Emirates Airlines
Talk about Emirates Airlines.In groups, students are required to produce a short video on the topic of Training and
Development (T&D) interventions within a Hospitality-related business. You should self-select working teams of approx. 6 members per team (subject to student numbers) and agree on which organization to base your research on; there can be no duplication of organizations. Each individual is required to submit a 500-word critical analysis of a particular T&D intervention for their organization.
Through this project students will be able to demonstrate their ability to work in groups and think creatively, using their combined problem-solving skills and research skills. Students will demonstrate their critical thinking skills and their ability to apply these to an organizational issue, justifying how T&D can support both individual and organizational performance.
Each individual in the group must select one T&D intervention (each individual must select a different one) and identify the strengths and weaknesses of this for the particular organisation. The individual critical analysis should be 500 words long and be supported with secondary sources and these should be referenced correctly using APA guidelines. This individual piece of work should be submitted through TII as a Word document.
This is how the paper must be looked like:
A brief introduction to the organization and to the training intervention you have selected.
2. Main Body
A critical analysis of your chosen T&D intervention in the context of your organization. You should clearly identify \ the strengths and weaknesses of the particular organization. Your claims must be supported with secondary research.
3. Conclusions and Recommendations
Conclude whether, on the basis of your discussion, you would recommend this T&D intervention to the organization, justifying your claims.
4. References (not included in the word count)
Your reference list should appear at the end of your document. Each source you cite in your discussion must appear in your reference list; likewise, each entry in the reference list must be cited in your text. APA guidelines should be adhered to.
Follow this below to receive an excellent grade:
a) Knowledge: A conceptual, theoretical, and critical understanding of the
subject area and related disciplines. All arguments carefully developed and
clearly shown. Considered and effective use of a wide scope of literature
beyond that supplied in the classroom. Data specialist in nature and informed
by the existing body of knowledge.
b) Cognitive: Synthesize, critically evaluate, and challenge information. Apply
knowledge and understanding accurately to a range of issues, implicit values,
questions and complex problems. Apply established and new techniques at
the forefront of knowledge. Recognizes the uncertainty, ambiguity and limits
to knowledge. Clear evidence of integrated thinking and links to originality.
Can use levels of abstraction to recommend new concepts, approaches, and
likely future developments.
c) Professional Competencies: Fully demonstrate, comprehensive practical
and professional skills and with close consideration of relevant ethical issues
in complex environments. Can lead, adapt, and recognize change in an
entrepreneurial mindset with sensitivity to diversity.
d) Transferable Skills: Communicate complex information, arguments, and
ideas effectively and appropriately to explore issues and problems, use
recognized literature, ICT, and planning; excellent structure with APA
presentation of figures, tables, references (in-text and list) where appropriate.
Evidence of originality and novelty present. Uses personal reflection to
analyse self and own actions to improve future practice and/or performance.
Side important notes must be followed:
1. Make sure the word count is 500 words and the rest of the word count has to be in bullet points after the reference page so I can present the findings as a presentation (my part which is foreign language traning).
2. Make sure to follow the APA format guidelines files as the professor is strict on that.