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Start engaging your online classroom!

Packed with checklists, advice, and how-to features, The Virtual Training Guidebook teaches you how to design, deliver, and implement live online learning. This book will help learning professionals transition to the online classroom by taking a holistic look at successful implementation, including gaining organizational support, selecting a platform, designing classes, selecting facilitators, preparing participants, global considerations, and the logistics required for success.

  • Learn how to prepare for a virtual training rollout.
  • Create live online classes using a three-step design process.
  • Select the technology that is right for the organization.
  • Select and prepare facilitators who can effectively engage participants.
Book Details
ISBN: 9781562868611
Pages: 216
Publication Date:
Formats: Paperback, PDF
Product Code: 111306

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author, Training for Dummies
editor, ASTD Handbook: The Definitive Reference for Training & Development
The results are in. Online learning is on the rise. Virtual training is expanding. So let’s get it right! Whether you are a novice or a techie, new to online training or a virtual training expert, Cindy Huggett delivers on her promise to "paint a picture of successful virtual training" for you. Cindy sketches a blueprint, giving you both the action plan and the confidence to move forward. I always learn from Cindy—add purchasing The Virtual Training Guidebook to your to-do list.
Chief Executive, Learning and Performance Institute
I welcome this excellent book on live online learning from Cindy Huggett as we are short of expert advice and guidance on this important new method of training delivery. Cindy’s book is absorbing, written in an easy-to read manner, and is packed with gems of expert advice, tips, and practical guidance. It should be on everyone’s desk if they design or facilitate live online learning.
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