Thursday, June 18 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. E.T.

Virtual instructor-led training (VILT) is instructor-led Training (ILT); the major difference is that learning takes place in a virtual environment rather than the physical classroom. While some have been working remotely and virtually for years, in many cases, learning has traditionally taken place in face-to-face environments. As we adjust to new work environments and challenges, we need to find ways to support and develop the virtual learner.

Join us for this TICE Virtual Conference session. Your presenter, Kim Davis – manager of clinical applications specialist and technical assistance center training at Sysmex America Inc. – will share her experiences converting ILT to VILT for customers, as well as how the Sysmex team applies lessons learned when converting associate training to the virtual environment.

This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:

  • Converting traditional face-to-face training to the virtual classroom.
  • Avoiding pitfalls encountered in the virtual environment.
  • Keeping learners active and engaged.


Kim Davis, CPTM, Manager, Clinical Applications Specialist & Technical Assistance Center Training, Sysmex America
Kim Davis manages clinical application specialist and technical assistance center training at Sysmex America Inc. Kim combines her passion for science and learning, along with 25 years of experience in healthcare and education, in facilitating virtual instructor-led training classes, optimizing course curricula, and mentoring Sysmex instructors on how to facilitate training in the virtual environment. In addition to being a board-certified medical technologist, Kim has a Master of Art in teaching, a graduate certificate in eLearning and online teaching, and is a Certified Professional in Training Management (CPTM).