Instant relief. That’s what I feel as soon as a plane hits the runway after a long flight.
I recently visited South Africa to work with my new colleagues. It took me 12 hours to fly from Amsterdam to Johannesburg. Shortly after landing, you realise that you first have to get your stuff together and overcome some barriers before you can get out of the airport. And then, part two of the journey starts: the transfer to your final destination.
The same goes for learning journeys. Your students may get that ‘touchdown’ feeling after finalising a course, a training or any other learning activity you’ve created for them. But they will soon discover that they need an additional ‘transfer’ to get them to the final destination of the successful application of the learning in their job.
At airports, you can find many signs and services to support you with your transfer. Are you providing the same to your students?
In this edition of the learning notes, you’ll find some ‘signs and services’ to help you with learning transfer. Now, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.