Training Transfer: Getting Learning into Practice: Review (2012)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: Jan 2012
Author: Dr Lindsey Pike

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.

This booklet provides practice suggestions informed by research evidence to support people who attend, commission and deliver training to improve their learning and development processes.

Such changes should maximise the chances of training transfer occurring.

Without training transfer - the use of the acquired knowledge or skills once back at work - the training can be a waste of both time and money. Maximising the return on investment from training programmes is always important, but it becomes essential during times of austerity.

The resource is aimed at people who have a responsibility for ensuring that training is successfully transferred to practice. This may include people who provide or commission training, team leaders, supervisors and managers - but it may also be of interest to other qualified and non-qualified staff or volunteers who would like to make the most of the learning opportunities provided to them.

Includes Training Transfer: Getting Learning into Practice Poster.

Aimed at: Training coordinators and managers

Number of pages: 17
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