How to Ensure Learning Transfer During + After Training

In leadership there is a tenet that goes something like: “You should never send a changed person back into an unchanged environment.” (Raelin)

As instructional designers and learning professionals, we often focus on the initial learning solution, ignoring the fact that the most important part of learning transference is what happens after the initial learning experience. Some may say this is the test of whether someone has really learned something or not.

Let’s take a closer look at how we can support this process.

Design and develop content that extends beyond initial training.

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