2020 saw a huge shift to virtual classrooms. What strategies have been most successful for effective learning? And how will you plan to raise the game in 2021?
Join us and virtual classroom expert Jo Cook in this free one-hour webinar to help you reflect, hear from L&D peers, and plan ahead.
Thursday 28th January at 10am GMT
2020 was a rollercoaster. Speed and responsiveness were required from L&D like never before, including moving a lot of face-to-face learning into the virtual classroom. And you’ve risen to the challenge in ways you never thought you would!
So now is a good time to draw breath, reflect on the key lessons from 2020 and plan for what's needed next, to continue making the most of virtual classrooms as part of the learning mix.
Rather than just using virtual platforms as the back-up plan, how can you really 'learn to fly' online? How can you rediscover your depth of expertise as a learning designer or facilitator in a virtual classroom and be as confident as you already are face-to-face?
Who is it for?
learning and development professionals responsible for migrating classroom training to live virtual classroom sessions
organisations with up to 10,000 employees
those exploring virtual classroom delivery
those with some experience but looking to improve engagement and effectiveness of sessions
This webinar is open to all experience levels. It is an ideal follow-on to our series of 'First Steps' webinars.
What will we cover?
We'll share focused key points from each of our three previous webinars, engaging remote audiences, designing virtual sessions, and digital body language.
Hear from your peers about what the challenges and successes have been in the last few months at the coal face, with examples and tactics people have discovered that are working well.
We'll consider the next steps for 2021, and how you can plan strategies for 'learning to fly' in the virtual classroom.
We also have an extra optional 30-minute 'clinic' session at the end of the webinar, with Q&A, and break-out discussions with peers to share ideas, challenges and opportunities.
Share your experiences
As part of the webinar, we will be sharing stories and experiences from the 'coal face'. We’d love to hear from you (anonymously if you prefer). Please share your thoughts in our short survey here.