Virtual training comes with a number of technical restrictions. Read more to learn best ways to solve these potential problems.
Facilitating virtually has the potential to make learning more accessible to more people. And that’s a good thing. At the same time, if it’s done incorrectly it can just as easily have a negative impact on the level of engagement by learners. And that’s a bad thing. It is far too easy to tune out … Continued
After being forced by COVID to adopt and deliver virtual and remote training programs, you would assume we would be jumping at the chance to go back to in-person learning. But is that really the case? The Institute for Corporate Performance (I4CP) asked over 300 learning leaders about their experience with online learning and what … Continued
If you are a facilitator delivering corporate learning you’ll know how challenging it can be to switch from a live to a virtual format. You likely refactored your curriculum to ensure effectiveness when delivering online. Changing activities, building in more engagement, cleaning up slides and maybe even incorporating new digital tools that were not available … Continued
Physical classrooms certainly have their fair share of technical requirements, but virtual classrooms are entirely dependent on technology. As a trainer preparing for online training sessions, you need to be aware of your technological needs and constraints. Obviously, a quality camera and audio equipment are essential, but there are other factors to consider too. Trainers … Continued