The Beginners Guide To Designing And Developing Virtual Classroom Training
Whether you have been designing and developing virtual instructor-led training courses for years or are just getting started, designing seamless, effective, and interactive training that appeals to your learners can be challenging.
- Which virtual classroom tools should you use?
- What best practices should you follow to ensure success?
- What common challenges do people typically face and what are the best solutions to overcome them?
- Where can you go to get help?
There are a lot of questions that are probably running through your head before getting started on a new project.
If you want to learn more about designing and developing virtual classroom training The eLearning Guild has a great live online course to help you learn the basics.
The Design and Development of Virtual Classroom Training Basic course from The eLearning Guild Academy, will walk you through the process of designing an interactive virtual classroom training session. Over four, live online sessions you will learn how virtual classroom tools work, experience the best practices behind incorporating the tools into your courses, and design activities as you work together through a scenario. Participants will develop a sample course with a presentation and supporting materials using easy-to-follow templates, and will have the opportunity to share their course designs for feedback and suggestions.
Learn more about this course here.
This course is taught by eLearning Guild speaker coaches Tammy Olson, Karen Hyder, and Melissa Chambers.
Tammy Olson is a speaker coach and session host for The eLearning Guild, and has over 15 years’ experience designing and implementing eLearning solutions for healthcare and educational industries. She also works for OptumHealth.
Karen Hyder is a speaker coach and session host for The eLearning Guild and the founder of Kaleidoscope Training and Consulting, where she teaches trainer training programs for virtual classes and coaching online presenters utilizing the trainer competencies of CompTIA’s Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+).
Melissa Chambers is a speaker coach and session host for The eLearning Guild, and has over 18 years’ experience in creative media production, project and change management, online instructional design, and eLearning strategy development, and has been designing, producing, and coaching for synchronous online programs since 2002. She also works for MSC Consulting.
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