8 Best Practices for Delivering Training in a Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) Mode

With travel restrictions and social distancing in play, Virtual Training is the most sought-after solution today for remote learning.

If this is the first time you are moving to Virtual Training or you are looking at rapid acceleration of your classroom training to the remote learning mode, designing and delivering a high-impact Virtual Training for remote learners is a tall order.

To help you manage this transition to remote learning, take a look at this Infographic where we share Virtual Instructor-Led Training best practices you can adopt as you gradually transform your classroom/ILT training to the Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) mode – delivered in the Synchronous or Asynchronous mode.

 

Remote learners are not likely to sit through a 7-hour long VILT session – even when it is from the same trainer who was delivering the ILT session. ILT sessions, which held learners’ interest and generated highly interactive and high-impact trainings, cannot be mapped directly to a VILT mode.

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