Virtual training offers many advantages for corporate learning. Companies don’t need to fly their trainees to a central location or pay travel expenses. Employees attend class at their desks with little loss of productivity. Their computers are their classrooms. Virtual training has an undeservedly poor reputation among some corporate learning officers who consider it boring and ineffective. Author and training professional Cindy Huggett disagrees. She explains how to plan, design and implement a virtual training program that will be a credit to your organization, and enable you to impart worthy and lasting knowledge to your employees. getAbstract recommends her excellent A-to-Z guide to training professionals seeking to learn about or establish engrossing, educational virtual training programs.
In this summary, you will learn
- What benefits virtual training offers,
- What technology it requires, and
- How to implement and evaluate your program.
About the Author
Cindy Huggett, CPLP, is a consultant, speaker, instructional designer, classroom facilitator and author. She specializes in workplace training and development.
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