In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, we’re no longer shifting toward digital at a comfortable pace — we’re careening toward a new normal that demands we act now and act fast.
It is likely there will be some permanent changes in how we live our lives after this crisis passes. It is too early to know the effect on training moving forward, but it is not hard to imagine adopting more remote technology to meet learners' needs.
Most of the world is moving corporate training online due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, it’s important to remember that you cannot accomplish this migration by merely moving classroom content online.
Many, if not most, organizations had implemented remote work policies in light of the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, many training managers were working to convert their in-person courses and programs into virtual training.
In the rush to purchase secure, easy-to-use web and video conferencing platforms, don’t forget to identify and leverage a variety of interaction tools to increase communication and connection.
Virtual Classroom is a new training delivery method recently launched by A2LA WPT that provides live, instructor-led training.
CompTIA, the leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications and training for information technology (IT) professionals and individuals interested in joining the IT workforce, today added to its eLearning options with the release of seven courses.
As a part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Relias, specializing in healthcare education solutions and services, released a new feature on their learning platform that allows their 10,000 plus healthcare clients to host live trainings online.
Following UK government measures to combat Coronavirus, Knowledge Train have suspended all classroom training events and transferred students to new virtual classrooms.