Introducing Virtual+

As the pandemic panic subsides and we emerge into a post-lockdown world, organisations are rapidly re-evaluating how to equip their employees with the skills they will need to manage change.

Many have already decided that, even with social distancing in place, in-person training is unlikely to be a safe or viable option, for months, or even years to come.

Which leaves learning and development teams hastily innovating and often making snap decisions about which learning practices can stay, for now at least, and which will need replacing.

The answer could be to make more use of proven technology such as digital online learning and virtual classroom environments, where learners can interact safely via a screen.

But with some organisations already experiencing problems with DIY solutions, how do you select and deliver a programme of training which is right for your organisation, so that learning is effective, affordable, secure and above all safe for learners?

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