Computer based training
In this assignment, you will submit a brief description of a training need or performance gap
Remember, a performance gap is the difference between what people should be doing and what they are actually doing. Come up with a fictitious training need. Must be an Aviation-related topic. For example: Our airline has a higher rate of damage to baggage than our competitors or our baggage handlers have higher rates of injuries this year than in the last five years.
Your performance gap can pull from any of the three major learning domains – cognitive, attitudinal, or psychomotor. Don't try to create an entire college course or solve a large, complex problem. It's better to choose just one aspect of a problem.
Excluded topics include those that address how to use any type of software product or app to increase productivity (e.g., Only 50% of our managers know how to use Microsoft Excel).
In your description, identify the problem or performance gap you are addressing and the domain (cognitive, psychomotor, affective) you believe the training need falls under.
Your description should be one paragraph, or no more than a half page typed and double spaced. APA format and at least one scholarly reference.
Explanation & Answer
Running head: PERFORMANCE GAP
Course Number-Name of Course
Reduction on the number of clients in the year 2018 as compared to 2017
Our airline company operates flights within and outside the United States. Currently, the
airline company has been experiencing some shortages in the number of customers that they used
to handle as compared to the previous years. In comparison, the airline company handled
215,000 clients in 2017...
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