Virtual training is becoming more and more commonplace – in fact, it’s becoming essential. As organisations continue to adopt remote and hybrid working, virtual training allows dispersed teams to learn together, and means that trainers and participants no longer need to spend time travelling to venues or liaising across offices. It also means that the way that we design and deliver training has changed forever.
Greater ROI on internal training – At VTT, we firmly believe that virtual training has the potential to achieve the same, if not better, learning outcomes as face-to-face, but it is a skill that needs to be crafted. Once mastered, virtual training can help facilitators to deliver live and engaging learning experiences that achieve real learning transfer and have a greater success rate following training delivery.
Company growth – Successful training delivery is essential to supporting your employee’s professional development, which leads to a plethora of benefits for the individual and the organisation including overall company growth.
As a result of this programme participants will
Apply VTT’s 6 principles for design & delivery to their own work, and take their virtual training to the next level.
Transfer their face-to-face delivery skills into the virtual environment.
Utilise specialist tools and techniques for building engagement virtually.
Recognise why creating interaction is critical during virtual training delivery, and practice using VTT’s own process for initiating conversation.
Apply VTT’s 8-step process for developing and designing virtual workshops.
Get practical by designing and delivering a short virtual workshop to their peers in a safe environment, and receiving live feedback from one of our expert coaches.
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Virtual training is becoming more and more commonplace – in fact, it’s becoming essential. As organisations continue to adopt remote and hybrid working, it allows dispersed teams to learn together, and means that trainers and participants no longer need to spend time travelling to venues or liaising across offices. It also means that the way that we design and deliver training has changed forever.
To get the most out of virtual training, facilitators need to learn how to best transfer their skills into a virtual environment. It’s not as straightforward as taking existing materials and running them on an online platform!
In order to achieve the same impactful learning outcomes, facilitators need to craft their skills in virtual design and delivery, and learn how to create interaction remotely.
Our virtual train the trainer is where we share our expertise in all things virtual training! Through a series of masterclasses, this programme will arm participants with the knowledge and tools they need to design and deliver live and engaging virtual learning experiences. They will also have the opportunity to practice the techniques they learn and get feedback from one of our expert virtual coaches, so they can begin to embed them into their own ways of working and take their training to the next level!
Duration: 3 x 3 hour masterclasses (Virtual delivery, Virtual design and Creating interaction) plus 2 x 3 hour practical masterclasses.
Who will benefit?
keen to discover how to transfer their face-to-face delivery skills to the virtual environment.
who want to gain an overview of virtual training best practice, as well as learn how to design learning experiences that have real impact.
Even if you are an experienced trainer, it doesn’t mean you are an experienced trainer VIRTUALLY. The big thing VTT brought to us was confidence.
It’s opened our minds to so many possibilities compared to what we were doing before…we wanted to be the gold standard of delivering virtual training – and now we are
Jane BanksBaxter Healthcare
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