Memory training programmes are psychoeducational programmes aimed at adults and older people without any cognitive deterioration. Their goal is to entertain the memory and optimise its performance. The objec-tive of this study was to measure the transfer of knowledge resulting from the memory programme «If we train, we remember». The programme consists of three projects. This study is specifically focussed on assessing the informa-tion transfer achieved in the second phase of the project and comparing it to what was attained in the first. Kirk-patrick’s assessment model was chosen to assess the degree of transfer. In this descriptive, exploratory study, four ad hoc instruments were used to measure the four levels established by the Kirkpatrick model. They were admin-istered at two different points in the process to the participants, 29 older people. The results showed that 89.7% of the «dynamic leaders» were able to explain the contents, 93% undertook activities that facilitated learning and 69% responded to the questions posed by the participants. These results were confirmed by the educators.