In this 17-minute video I share 10 practical things that we have discovered help to make the design (and delivery) of virtual training more effective. WATCH NOW
This Document provides some handy tips for delivering virtual training. Created by Niel Shorney of Knowledge Bites, it’s a great checklist to use when starting out on your virtual training journey – and even if you’re more experienced, it’s a good opportunity to check you aren’t missing anything simple yet effective. DOWNLOAD NOW
If you are running virtual training through Microsoft teams, you may not find it as intuitive as Zoom – but it does have almost all the functionality…if you know where to find it! This video shows you how to set up and manager breakout rooms and how delegates can share documents back in the main…
Action Learning is a great way to encourage people to take responsibility for their own learning and support each other to develop knowledge and skills to apply to real-work problems. This overview provides a little information about the benefits and process. DOWNLOAD NOW
A fun exercise that works well as an energiser, especially for large groups. With a bit of thought it could be adapted (by adding more rules) to be relevant to topics such as team work and communication. Takes around 15 minutes to complete – all you need is post-it notes or stickers and a pen….
This is a quick, simple and effective exercise that can be used with a variety of topics. It’s particularly useful with topics where people may have opposing views. Simply put your topic at the start of each sentence e.g. “Regular one-to-ones”, and ask delegates to complete each sentence and then discuss with a partner before…
As a designer, we often fall into the trap of using the same type of exercise over and over. Sometimes, we just want to get delegates involved in a different way. Here are 10 different ways that you can engage your delegates and add activity into a training session. DOWNLOAD NOW