For effective learning transfer to happen, learners face two particular challenges. Firstly, however they achieve it, they must find the motivation to transfer what they have learned into meaningful changes in behaviour back at work. Secondly, they need somehow to find the time and the mental space to do so. This reflects their personal ability to transfer. Motivation and personal ability to transfer, along with the variety of conditions that influence them will be discussed more fully in Chapter 5. The factors relating to training content and design, seen in the previous chapter, exert their effect on learning transfer mainly through their effect on motivation to transfer. In this chapter, the emphasis will be on what can be done to help prepare the learner to overcome the challenges involved in the application of learning back at work. Thus the primary focus here will be the influence of a number of post-intervention activities on learners’ personal ability to transfer.