5 Best Practices for Effective Virtual Learning

Date/Time:
Thursday 16 January 2014, 6.30pm - 7.30pm (please make sure you are logged in and set up 5 minutes before the start time)

Venue:
Online Remote Session

Details on how to participate will be sent to the delegates before the event. Only online bookings will be accepted.

This event has been postponed.

Cost:
Free 

While organisations are beginning to experience real success with their live online training events, it is often viewed as the exception, rather than the rule.

Traditional face-to-face environments are where ‘real learning’  happens.

It’s time to turn the exception into the rule!

With thoughtful design and practiced facilitation, your live virtual programs can meet, and often exceed, the expectations of more traditional delivery methods.

Join David Smith, Managing Director of InSync Training EMEA for this thought provoking and practical webinar and internalise some key best practices, and then create your own personal action plan about how to practice and implement these key skills.

We’ll discuss:

Thoughtfully designing your program. The lack of design is much more obvious online than it is in the traditional classroom. What design concepts do you need to keep in mind?

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Email: mandy.bauer@hq.bcs.org.uk

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