While challenges of 2020 have caused a lot of stress and uncertainty, they have also provided ample opportunities to learn, grow, and adapt. One way that businesses have pivoted their learning and development experiences to solve for more remote workforces, fewer opportunities to gather in groups, and budget changes has been to transition their instructor-led training (ILT) to virtual instructor-led training, allowing for training to still be facilitated by a knowledgeable instructor but in a virtual environment instead of an on-site classroom.
Here's how organizations are successfully handling these changes and moving toward a more flexible and adaptive future.
If you want more information regarding if vILT is the right learning solution for you, or have more questions about transitioning your instructor-led training to a virtual format, we can help. Schedule a complimentary consultation with our team today to discuss your learning and development goals.