How to use your trainer’s skills in a virtual environment

As a trainer, you are used to speaking in front of a group. You’ve done it for years. In this environment, you’ve learned certain skills. You know how to hold participants’ attention. The moment someone loses concentration, you intervene in a professional manner.

But now that training courses are only held in a virtual environment due to the pandemic, things are different. Here, too, you need to make sure participants remain active and committed. But how to go about it from behind your computer screen? And how to provide people with guidance when you’re not behind the screen at the same time?

 

Build your training around the human brain

When organizing a live on-location training, you provide the right mix of activities. You break the content into chunks. Sometimes, you refer to a specific chapter in a textbook or a YouTube video that explains the theory. That’s how you make the training interesting.

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