- Sell the idea of training transfer to the organization.
- Create a training partnership between learners, trainers, and supervisors.
- Prepare potential learners for training.
- Create a transfer-friendly training environment.
- Develop a transfer of training mind-set for learners, trainers, and supervisors.
- Conduct follow-up activities with supervisors and learners.
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What You Will Learn
- A 5-step process for brokering support among managers, supervisors, and senior executives.
- A comprehensive tool to help you “sell” training transfer to the organization.
- The 4 major benefits to line supervisors for improving training transfer.
- A 7-point implementation checklist to help you form a training partnership in your organization.
- A suggested agenda for your training partnership meeting.
- How to develop a training transfer plan that documents responsibilities for training transfer before, during, and after training.
- 7 characteristics of “shelf-resistant” instructional materials.
- 4 “how-to” design guidelines for creating meaningful course materials.
- When and when not to use job aids.
- How to get learners to want to attend training for the right reasons.
- Tips for creating Performance Kits to help ensure the transfer of training.
- 6 tips to help supervisors cover an employee’s absence from the job.
- How to prevent outside disturbances during training.
- 8 tips for economizing class time.
- 4 steps for creating effective practice sessions that will contribute to training transfer.
- A simple worksheet for designing meaningful practice sessions.
- How to apply the 6 stages of the learning strategy.
- Tips for encouraging learner participation during training.
- 13 group activities that maximize training effectiveness.
- How to help learners build relationships with one another.
- How to motivate learners to create Action Plans.
- 5 tips for developing a relapse prevention strategy.
- Guidelines to help supervisors debrief learners after training.
- Tips for helping supervisors schedule an appropriate work load for returning learners.
- Guidelines for maintaining a strong workplace learning relationship.
- A follow-up system to ensure that knowledge is effectively transferred.
- How to conduct a post-course debrief with both learners and supervisors.
- The 4 elements to include in a report to management.
- A sample Transfer of Training Report to guide you back on the job.
- Upon purchase of this eBook, you will receive your personal My Langevin account that will give you access to all checklists, worksheets, and forms as job aids in Microsoft® Office Word template format.
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