8 Myths About Virtual Instructor-Led Training You Thought Were True
Virtual training software gives students the freedom to learn from wherever is most convenient for them—and makes learning accessible to everyone. By removing the geographical barriers to learning, virtual training software helps enhance product adoption, career development and knowledge of offerings—without sacrificing the instructor’s teaching effectiveness.
But virtual instructor-led training (VILT) is misunderstood by many. And with this misunderstanding comes common myths about what virtual training is—and is not. Download this eBook to take a closer look at these myths and discover what's really going on.
What you'll get from this eBook:
Learn about the 9 features commonly found in virtual training software that make VILT as interactive—if not more interactive—than in-person classroom training
Did you think virtual training only comprised of a "talking head" and PowerPoint slides? If so, discover VILT's response to that myth: virtual training labs, a virtual replica of training environments that make hands-on exercises possible on the cloud
Discover what researchers and institutions like the U.S. Department of Education found out when they compared the performance of online vs. face-to-face students
The 4 steps it takes to move from in-person training delivery to VILT
Myth 8: VILT classrooms are merely physical classrooms online. But the truth is that VILT software provides many types of virtual training tools that aren't available in physical classrooms.