Virtual Classroom Training
Virtual Classroom Training (also referred to as Virtual Instructor-Led Training) is a digital replica of a traditional classroom or training room. The facilitators teach, and the participants (delegates) learn in real-time, face-to-face but via internet-enabled technology devices (using Zoom or Microsoft Teams). The facilitator still uses a whiteboard and exercises are done. Delegates receive personal attention/assistance where necessary (delegates can share their screen with the facilitator or vice versa and the facilitator is able to remotely access and interact with the delegate’s computer).
What are the advantages of virtual training? It offers more flexibility over a traditional classroom; we can deliver the instruction to a geographically dispersed audience at one time, and delegates can either be at a central point or disbursed, at their desks or at home.
All delegates will receive an electronic copy of the workbook.