Even before COVID-19, companies were relying increasingly on webinars to conduct training because the technology had improved so much and because live online training is much more time- and cost-efficient. The pandemic has only accelerated that trend.
As learning professionals, we already know that COVID-19 has had a profound effect on the viability of physical classrooms and face-to-face courses. A Google Trends search for “virtual classroom” shows a huge rise in interest since the pandemic made headlines in early 2020.
Effective training doesn't stop after the initial training event. Reinforcement of the acquired knowledge and skills should be an integral part of any training program. This webinar aims to answer the following questions:
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to convert classroom-based training into online training. However, virus-related travel limitations are not the only reason to consider transforming a face-to-face course into a virtual delivery.
In today’s world, the ability to recast classroom courses for online learning platforms is critical but challenging. Training designers must work with materials—particularly slides—developed by content experts with no experience in online training.
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