Virtual Classrooms: a modern approach to workplace training

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In this hour's webinar, LiveTime Learning’s Managing Director Matt Turner showcases the virtual classroom (VC) and how it is successfully used by many organisations across sectors for live, collaborative and interactive learning.

Matt explores how VCs provide a modern and engaging approach to workplace training as part of a blended or stand-alone offering, that aligns with how people learn and consume information.

Coordinating face-to-face training can prove difficult and impractical when working company-wide and across physical locations. Similarly, the digital solution of e-learning isn't always an appropriate equivalent. Matt shares how VCs deliver time-effective digital opportunitiesfor staff development and keep the personal interaction e-learning often lacks.


By the end of the session you will learn:

  • why you might use VC training

  • what subject areas would benefit from VCs

  • the interactive features that replicate the experience of face-to-face training

  • fast and easy ways to get up and running with VCs.

Register your details to receive joining instructions emailed direct to your Inbox ahead of the webinar.

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