virtual instructor led training
Why have virtual training?
As teams and organisations become more distributed, virtual training provides the much-needed flexibility that teams are looking for. Whether you have team members centralised or scattered throughout the world, you can bring them together for team-based training in a live virtual classroom.
Virtual training delivers the benefits of face to face training. Not to be confused with a webinar, virtual training sessions are specifically designed to support learning where we replicate the features of the classroom such as mini-group sessions, whiteboards and using multimedia. We also re-design activities to support discussion and practice in an online session.
Why move your classroom training online?
If you are just starting to think about implementing a virtual classroom for your organization’s training, it can seem very daunting. It is an involved process, but it is the way the world is headed as technology gets deeper and deeper integrated into our day-to-day lives at work and at home.
Your employees are constantly exposed to media and technology, and that spills over into how they expect to learn in their jobs. They expect fast, convenient, engaging ways to learn. So, as daunting as it may seem, you are on the right path to making a more meaningful, engaging training program.
With a virtual program from Cobblestone Learning, you can adapt confidently to the changing learning needs of today's digital workplace.
Why work with us?
Virtual training isn’t just convenient and accessible. It can also expand and deepen learning beyond the capacity of a physical classroom. We use technology to help learners visualise their working environments and provide opportunities for simulation. We believe in the potential of online training and its benefits, which include:
interactive activities we can support you implementing
Active employee participation is key to a successful virtual classroom training experience. We can achieve this by creating learning activities that engage employees, provide opportunities to practice skills and to encourage discussion and challenge participants.