Top Considerations When Choosing An Enterprise Live Virtual Training Solution

by The Elearning Guild

Discover all the criteria you need to consider for delivering effective and impactful virtual training. A great guide to help you find the ideal enterprise learning solution for your organization.

Key Chapters

  1. Introduction

    The impact of Covid-19 Pandemic.

  2. Key Factors To Consider When Choosing A Virtual Training Solution

    To deliver effective and impactful virtual training, one must begin with the platform. Most virtual training platforms offer the same basic feature/functionality options, such as screen sharing, chat, polls, whiteboards, etc.

  3. What Distinguishes Robust Virtual Classrooms?

    Without face-to-face contact, it can be challenging for a trainer to engage learners. A robust virtual classroom platform has tools that effectively nurture and support engagement, giving the facilitator a variety of viable options to involve participants.

  4. The Future Of Enterprise Virtual Training

    The 2019 ATD State of the Industry report found that in 2018, organizations delivered just 11% of their training via virtual classrooms. The COVID-19 pandemic has exponentially elevated the numbers. A Learning Guild survey of members conducted in March 2020 found a dramatic shift of face-to-face courses and other learning experiences to online delivery, “with 86% of respondents saying at least one or more events have or are moving to an online format.”

Top-of-the-line virtual training platforms enable facilitators to more easily read “non-verbal” communication cues in a digital environment, allowing them to gauge how a session is progressing and who might need some extra attention.

Top Considerations When Choosing Αn Enterprise Live Virtual Training Solution is an insightful and inspiring whitepaper that asks all the right questions. Use it as your guide in your journey to find the ideal learning solution for you and your enterprise.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry Inc.