To bring clarity and a greater understanding of how this ‘transfer gap’ – between the learning that takes place during training and its application in the form of improved performance – can be narrowed, ASK worked in partnership with Training Journal to undertake the first national survey of current transfer and application practice in the UK.

While notions of ‘best practice’ in different approaches that support learning transfer and application – from training purchasing and design to delivery and follow-through activities – are widely documented and increasingly well-known, the survey has sought to identify how much these concepts, methods and practices are not just influencing current practice but being implemented.

Nearly 600 responses had been received, and a Summary of Findings from the Survey Report is now available. If you would like receive a copy – or would like to take part in the 2011 Survey – please complete the form below.

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