Discover how to get learners to apply what they have
learned to their work environment!
Training Transfer seems to be the Holy Grail of training, trainees effectively and continually applying their newly acquired skills. Transfer of training is often measured by Kirkpatrick's Level 3 Evaluation. A Level 3 measures new or changed behavior and performance back on the job.
Many organizations have employees who may have learned something but never apply it….but why? In the session, we will discuss the variables that affect training transfer by focusing on the status of the employee’s Willingness and Ability. Dr. Kopp also introduces us to specific frameworks such as the Zone of Proximal Development and FLOW that can also help “make transfer stick.”
In this interactive session, participants will:
Palm Beach State College
3000 Saint Lucie Avenue, Boca Raton, 33431
Humanities and Technology Building – Room 103B
Parking and Campus Map PBSC-BOCAMAP.pdf
Speaker: Dr. David M. Kopp
Dr. David M. Kopp holds a Ph.D. in Human Resource Development and is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Organizational Learning & Human Resource Development programs at Barry University. Dr. Kopp is one of the few academics who also earned the CPLP credential (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance).
Kopp has worked with both profit and non-profit organizations for over 15 years focusing on leadership, strategic planning, organizational change and performance improvement. He regularly hosts a community affairs television program in Florida, Community Crossroads, and recently was asked to speak about HRD in Macedonia at their largest public and private universities; Dr. Kopp was also Dr. Shaquille O’Neal’s doctoral advisor.
Approved 1.0 General HRCI Credit
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