Some researchers report that learners on corporate training programmes apply less than 20% of what they have learned to their jobs. If true, this represents a massive waste of time and money.
Organisational learning is more strategically important than ever before. The L&D function is increasingly under the spotlight to provide evidence that training interventions improve workplace performance. This means that we have to bridge the gap between what people learn on a formal learning programme and the application of that knowledge and skill to the job. This needs a coherent learning transfer model.
‘Managing Learning Transfer’ gives L&D managers and consultants the tools and means to drive learning interventions that result in measurable performance improvement. This offers L&D a great opportunity to spearhead improved business performance, whilst enhancing their own credibility and status across the organisation.
What's included in the course?
- Facilitated discussion around learning transfer issues
- Practical tips and models for improving learning transfer
- Applying learning transfer principles to an L&D assignment of your choice
- Evening work
What the delegates will learn
- Explore how a systematic approach to learning transfer can help training interventions add value
- Select effective learning transfer practices and implement them
- Evaluate current learning transfer practices to identify areas for improvement
- Enhance personal credibility by obtaining a professional qualification, the Certificate in Managing Learning Transfer
- Designing a Business Driven L&D Strategy
- Leading the L&D Function
- Digital Transformation