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• Trainees effectively and continually applying what they learned in training on their jobs. A Model Of The Transfer Process
Ability Training Design Create a Learning Environment
Apply Theories of Transfer
Use Self-Management Strategies Work Environment Climate for Transfer
Management and Peer Support
Opportunity to Perform
Technological Support Learning
Maintenance Work Environment Characteristics
Influencing Transfer of Training:
Climate for Transfer
Manager Support Peer Support Technological
Support Opportunity to
Perform Obstacles to
• Work Conditions • Lack of Peer Support
• Lack of Management Support Characteristics of a Positive
Climate for Transfer of Training:
Lack of punishment
Extrinsic reinforcement consequences
• Intrinsic reinforcement consequences
• Transfer of Training Theories
Theory Emphasis Appropriate Conditions Type of Transfer Identical elements Training environment is
identical to work
environment Work environment features
are predictable and stable Near Stimulus
generalization General principles are
applicable to many
different work situations Work environment is
unpredictable and highly
variable Far Cognitive theory Meaningful material and
coding schemes enhance
storage and recall of
training All types of training and
environments Near and far Self-Management Strategies
Self-Management • Defined: a person’s attempt to control certain aspects of decision making and behavior. Self-Management Involves:
• Determining the degree of support and negative consequences in the work setting for using newly acquired skills.
• Setting goals for using learned capabilities.
• Applying learned capabilities to the job.
• Monitoring use of learned capabilities on the job.
• Self – reinforcement. ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course HRM 443 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Wisc Platteville.
- Fall '10