Factors That Limit the Transfer of Training in Academic Environment

Saad M.A. Gusmelseed


The objective of academic training is to improve educators' teaching practice to achieve the targeted learning outcomes. Yet, its impact on effective teaching practices is not significant. However, this study investigates the factors affect and limits the transfer of knowledge and skills acquired from academic training to the classroom in Najran University.In this study deductive approach, analytical and descriptive methods were used. Data was largely collected with a questionnaire; interviews and observation were also used to confirm collected data.It is concluded from this study that training design, participant readiness, environment resources to transfer, supervisor support; affect the transfer of learning acquired from academic training to the classroom. The findings suggest that a well-designed academic training can result in a better learning and effective transfer of acquired knowledge and skills into the classroom.

Keywords: Factors, training transfer, academic environment, learning, classroom, educators.

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