The COVID-19 pandemic has redefined how we work. It has changed the workplace dynamics, and we are witnessing the “new normal” of remote operations. While the percentage of remote learners may change over time, it will clearly be an integral component of the workplace in the future.
While Virtual Training Transformation could be a combination of several strategies, the prevailing trend is often a journey, where the elements of training progressively shift from primarily Instructor-Led Training (ILT) to Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT), Blended, or eventually to a Fully Self-paced Training model.
In this Infographic, we share a 7-step toolkit to drive remote learner engagement and effectively move your ILT program to a VILT program.
The journey from ILT to VILT is way more than putting the existing trainer PowerPoint decks online. Only a well-thought-out transition plan will resonate with your learners and help you achieve your terminal learning objectives.
By using this toolkit, we are sure you will be able to drive remote learner engagement and effectively move your ILT program to a VILT program.
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