Increasingly we are expected to deliver training virtually, to remote delegates rather than in a Face-to-Face environment. But it isn’t as easy as taking your face-to-face content and delivering it via a screen.
Anyone who has attended virtual fitness, music or craft classes knows that it just isn’t the same. For training to WORK in a virtual environment, it has to be DESIGNED with that virtual environment in mind.
A session that is designed in the right way from the start will always work better than one that hasn’t.
It used to take me all day, now I can do it in a couple of hours.
If you’d like to feel a lot more confident in designing (and delivering) virtual training I have made the replay of our recent Lunch n Learn session available here.
How To Design Training For Virtual Delivery
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