Virtual training tips for businesses 💻
Give a Grad a Go’s 9 fun virtual training tips
Make up an interesting story that explains what you need it too, but relates to the audience you are trying to connect with.
Don’t be afraid to invent storylines, personality or some creative characters to entertain your employees and keep them interested in the information you are sharing.
Have fun with it! It’s important to have fun while learning, to keep individuals engaged.
Why not use team building, interactive tasks as a way to introduce new employees to the company culture, environment and ways of communication.
A crossword, brain training, or word-searches are all great examples of fun virtual training games to get your employees thinking and activate their attention.
The virtual training definition is a type of training which simulates the real-life tasks and roles in which you will be performing day to day.
Turning tasks and duties of the role into simulation games is a great way for employers to learn in a dynamic way rather than staring at a screen or watching a video for 3 hours.
Activities where employers can learn from each other and share their ideas can be a great way to learn.
Build upon your imagination and creativity to engage with people and get their brain thinking. This different style of teaching will also help trainees to retain the information.
Engage with the trainees and find out about them and their style of working. You could use the ‘which worker are you’ quiz and see what working style suits them best. Then you could alter the training programme to ensure they get the most out of the virtual classes.
Work out what additional resources you need to offer than the actual webinar or training programme.
Find out what the virtual training course is offering and see what other digital training toolkits you could be using to boost engagement in your virtual training.
Getting feedback does not need to be a lengthy process and will really help you to learn what works and what doesnt.
It could be worth sending out a short survey, creating a poll or simply arranging 5 minutes to have a chat with your employees and ask them set questions about how they found the virtual training experience.
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