Presenting Virtual Classrooms

"77% of organisations in the USA are using virtual learning."

*Source: “Developing global leaders in a digital world.” Ashridge Executive Education at Hult International Business School. May 2017

Are you up to speed with the growing and increasingly versatile technology of Virtual Classrooms, or are you at risk of getting left behind?

You may not fully understand the technology, but you can no longer dismiss it. It is becoming mainstream and if you get creative you can use it to do meaningful work, build skills and shift performance.

We have worked with many experienced face to face facilitators and leaders who needed to master the skill of working in virtual classrooms and our approach has enabled them to excel. Continue reading to find out more about our approach. On the right, you'll find an overview of both our training & accreditation programme and our model of excellence in presenting virtual classrooms

What will I be able to do after the training?

Thoroughly understand the core principles that underpin effective virtual training and facilitation.

Use front and back-office functionality of your chosen platform.

Design a virtual training session that follows the Virtual Learning Cycle to maximise learning effectiveness. It explicitly engages participants mentally and emotionally which maximises the liklihood of action/ change.

Troubleshoot your own and participants’ technical issues regarding logging in, audio, webcam and broadband.

Click here to see a book on virtual facilitation that Matthew has contributed to.

If you’d like to find out more about this Presenting Virtual Classrooms training and accreditation programme, or how I have used both virtual classrooms and Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) to good effect (as well as the occasional time when it bombed!), just send me a message.

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