5 Things You Should Do Before Developing A Virtual Training Program

by Knowledge Anywhere

Prepare for a smooth implementation of your new virtual training program by pinpointing skill gaps, identifying your audience, setting goals, determining content delivery methods, and evaluating current content.


Taking the time on the front end to plan for your new program will save your team time and resources in the future.

Key Chapters

  1. Identify the Gaps

    Recognize the current training strategies that are used and where they can be improved.

  2. Evaluate your Audience

    Understanding your audience is essential for making an impactful training program.

  3. Determine your Desired Outcomes

    Learn what makes great goals and see an example of a learner takeaway checklist

  4. Training Content

    Compile and evaluate current training content.

  5. Deploy Training Content

    Determine the best way to deploy training content for your specific learners with 7 content deployment examples.

You recognize that training and performance walk hand in hand, and you want to build a training program that empowers your workforce to succeed. To do this, we need to think about what is causing a divide between an individuals performance and success so that we can create a training program that bridges the right gaps.

There is no such things as too much planning when you decide to develop a virtual training program. Take the time to learn everything you can about the process to ensure it goes as smooth as possible.

Charlie Gillette

Charlie Gillette
CEO, Knowledge Anywhere