An investigation into the transfer of training in the Central Bank of Lesotho.
Makoae, Rosemary Nthabiseng.
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The purpose of the study is to investigate the transfer of training in the Central Bank of Lesotho. To guide this study, the following questions were formulated and answered: .:. How do managers assess transfer of training in the Central Bank of Lesotho? .:. What is the extent of transfer of training in the bank? .:. What are the reasons behind lack of transfer of training, if it exists in the bank? .:. What can be done to promote transfer of training in the bank? The research method that was used in this study was the survey method, which aims at gathering data about large numbers of people. Questionnaires were used to elicit answers to these questions and were given to the management of the Central Bank of Lesotho, as well as to the employees who have undergone training. This company was chosen because the researcher has worked there for seven years and understands how it operates. The study found that behavioural performance appraisal is used by Central Bank of Lesotho management to assess transfer of training and that a high percentage of training is transferred immediately after training, when trainees are still excited about what they have learned. It was concluded that there are barriers to transfer of training such as lack of management and co-worker support, lack of resources after training, lack of motivation and many others. On the basis of these findings and conclusions, it was recommended that Performance Appraisal should not only be carried out by managers, but colleagues also have to assess an individual. Follow-up training and management support were encouraged, to motivate trainees to apply what they have learned.
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