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6 Things to Consider When Transitioning to Virtual Training

Tuesday, March 24, 2020
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The entire world has been affected by COVID-19. As companies try to figure out how to navigate these unchartered waters, we’ve seen organizations focus on transitioning their training from the classroom to online dlivery.

In this infographic, learn more about what to consider when developing effective virtual training.

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Josh Jenkins is director of business development for Shapiro Negotiations Institute. He primarily focuses on the acquisition and servicing of our clients. Josh utilizes his unique skill-set of problem solving to understand our clients’ pain points and aligns them with SNI’s most fitting training programs and facilitators to drive positive impact on our clients’ bottom lines.

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Additionally, while live may be best, it can’t be a must. Many employees are also parents. Schools are closed. Kids are home. We have to remember to be flexible as all industries make this transition and be realistic in understanding that employees may not be able to commit to live virtual trainings. Recorded trainings and follow up support are a start in understanding the needs of our our employees.
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I think this infographic makes quite a few assumptions. For example, how can a virtual training be customized if we don’t know our audience? This infographic assumes that every trainer will know their audience prior to the training. That just isn’t the case for all. Perhaps beginning with a virtual training with survey to determine where learners are at is something to be considered here.
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