To prevent further spreading of COVID-19 in certain regions, organizations are weighing if they should look into alternative ways of training to avoid traveling. Not every region is affected equally, and not every organization’s response will be the same. Regardless, it is likely a good idea to build resilience in your operating model and make use of the long-term advantages of virtual classrooms and blended learning.
We’ve been working hard to put an extensive library in place that leverages both Blended Learning and Virtual Classrooms. Getting started with this new way of delivering training can be stressful. That’s why we will host a special webinar in which we will explain the exact details of our online classroom options, this Friday, at 11 AM CET. The webinar will make the transition from the physical classroom to the online classroom a seamless experience.
In the webinar, you will learn:
- The difference between blended and virtual learning
- Which courseware is best suited for online classroom delivery
- Tips & tricks for delivering a successful virtual training session
- How to leverage virtual learning in the long term
If you’d like to be prepared for the delivery of online training, this is a webinar you cannot afford to miss.
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About the host
Working with top global, regional, and local entities of (IT) Best Practice training organizations, corporations, and consultancies in order to assist in the adoption, implementation, and delivery of certified training programs.
The first point of contact for business and sales of accredited courseware and additional services of various IT Best Practice Frameworks; ITIL, DASA DevOps, CCC Digital Transformation, Agile SCRUM, LeanIT, TOGAF, ArchiMate, IoT, Blockchain, PRINCE2, RESILIA, COBIT, SDN, IT4IT, ISTQB, and more.
When I’m not at work, I’m usually … working. Yeah, I’m a workaholic. But in a good way. My passion is creating new and exciting products that do not only function well but are also a pleasure for the eye. I hate ugly and rushed products. I prefer to put in a bit of extra work to make an “ok” product or experience an amazing product or experience.