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    The learning transfer system approach to estimating the benefits of training: empirical evidence


    Donovan, Paul and Hannigan, Kevin and Crowe, Deirdre (2001) The learning transfer system approach to estimating the benefits of training: empirical evidence. Journal of European Industrial Training, 25 (2/3/4). pp. 221-228. ISSN 0309-0590

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    Abstract

    Three steps must be implemented if a training programme is to be successful. The first is the identification of needs to identify what training is required. The second is an analysis of the firm to identify the issues that will affect the ability of the firm to exploit new skills. The third is an evaluation of the training to ensure that sufficient resources are applied to implement and to integrate the training programme. These latter two steps come under the heading of learning transfer. The article presents the findings of an application of this approach. The analysis shows the richness of the information that results from this approach and outlines its operational importance for managers engaged in decisionmaking or in the design of training programmes. In addition, it suggests the next steps in the research towards improving the tools available for the evaluation of training.

    Item Type: Article
    Keywords: Training; Evaluation; Benefits;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Business
    Item ID: 11315
    Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000005447
    Depositing User: Paul Donovan
    Date Deposited: 16 Oct 2019 11:59
    Journal or Publication Title: Journal of European Industrial Training
    Publisher: Emerald
    Refereed: Yes
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