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Increase Your Impact: Learning Transfer Starts with You

  • Thursday, April 15, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting
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CHAPTER LEARNING EVENT

Professional Development 


Increase Your Impact:

Learning Transfer Starts with You

Are you tired?  Tired of spending money on training, having employees away from the office or jobsite – only to discover it was all in vain because learning didn’t stick? Are you tired of hearing the buzz words “learning transfer” but not exactly sure what they mean or how to implement them? 

What would you say if we told you that you could increase on the job application immediately? 

Now, what would you say if we told you that wouldn’t have to invest any additional capital?

Join us in this interactive session to uncover the most effective tactics to get out of your own way, and support your team to increased productivity.

Learning Objectives:

·       Identify the gap(s) in current learning transfer strategy

·       Highlight & apply various best practices for learning transfer and retention.

·       Build an action plan for supporting on the job application.


Note: This is a virtual learning event. You will receive a registration confirmation with a Zoom link.  

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Presenter: Jason Sturges

As an avid reader and change agent, Jason’s research and consulting pursuits embrace the talent management/development, human resources, and organizational design & development arenas. Specific topics/projects in the past have included: corporate orientation/on-boarding, off-boarding, re-boarding, team development, trainer development, facilitation & presentation skills, coaching/mentoring, leadership development, program planning, and learning transfer.

Jason received his BS in Business/Information Resource Management (2004), and his Master of Education in Adult Learning (2012) – both from Westminster College – where he continues to teach as an adjunct professor for the school of education. In 2017, Jason earned his CPTD (Certified Professional in Talent Development, formerly CPLP) credential, with an emphasis in instructional design.  Jason remains active and committed to the profession, as he is a national and local member of the Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD), is a repeat presenter at their industry conferences, and has served on the Utah chapter’s Board of Directors for over 7 years."




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Reach out to Megan for registration questions.

Topics and speakers are subject to change without notice. Refunds may be issued up to five days before the event.

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