Virtual Training refers to training that is delivered in a virtual or simulated environment, or when Trainer and learner are in separate locations. Virtual instruction environments are designed to simulate the traditional classroom or learning experience and can be conducted synchronously or asynchronously. The term is also referred to as Virtual Classroom Training (VCT).
VCT is one of the fastest growing methods of internet-based learning delivery. Steady increases in bandwidth and collaboration software technologies have promoted VCT to a practical and inviting solution for reaching widely dispersed learners efficiently and cost-effectively.
VCT is transforming the way millions of people learn, both on and off the job. Increasingly, businesses are employing it as part of broader blended solutions for training and development. Other common business-related uses include customer and product training, professional development, sales training and on-boarding.
Within business, VCT is principally driven by the need to effectively train a growing and more dispersed population at a controllable cost. Its use enables organizations to provide valuable learning experiences for employees, customers, and channel partners while avoiding travel and lodging costs and valuable time spent away from the job.
VCT provides an engaging experience in which participants can connect with the content and interact with both the instructor and other classmates. Successful implementations, visible through high retention rates and satisfied learners, demonstrate that VCT delivery can be both effective and efficient. Successful VCT requires the seamless interplay of three important factors:
VCT technology is based on comprehensive and scalable collaboration software that features functionality, availability and ease of use. A full range of engagement tools typically includes live conversation, chat, polls and quizzes, all controlled and monitored by facilitators.
The design of VCT programs requires a different approach than classroom or online asynchronous programs. The instructional designer must provide the instructor and student with mechanisms to communicate frequently, and must keep the content engaging and collaborative. Learning content must be developed with maximum student engagement in mind. To capture learners interest and promote retention, VCT must be designed around a comprehensive learning strategy. Visuals and interaction are paramount to promoting engagement and increasing training effectiveness.
Trainers are also be skilled communicators in order to deliver compelling VCT. The principal limitations to successful VCT implementation are the failure of trainers to interact with participants and manage their classrooms effectively.
Due to the nature of VCT, travel and lodging costs can be reduced or eliminated completely.
VCT participants can choose when and where they would like participate in training courses – whether they are at home, in the office, or on their mobile devices.
To appeal to busy students and professionals, many VCT programs offer training content in short, incremental modules, which can be completed independently or in combination with other courses or curricula.
Increased Capacity & Scalability
VCT can accommodate large numbers of students without increasing the amount of materials or space needed in typically classroom settings.
Because of the reach that VCT provides, students and instructors from a variety of culture and geographic backgrounds can participate simultaneously.
We offer Virtual Trainings majorly through these set-ups:
- Cloud platform – For Technical Trainings where hands-on are required
- Cisco Webex / GoToMeeting – For Behavioural/ Functional/ Technical Trainings
All online trainings are Live, Real Time and Instructor-Led
- We use state of the Art web-conferencing technology
- We customize courses to deal with specific needs
- We can cover all geographies.
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