Date & Time of Course
24 November, 2023
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Since the Covid-19 outbreak, online training has become a central part of learning and development.
Online Training offers flexibility and improved accessibility for many participants and trainers, as well as saving on venue and travel costs.
However, as time goes on, Zoom fatigue is a real issue, and trainers and facilitators need to be able to keep participants engaged and focused, so that they can get the most out of their online training.
This short course will introduce you to a range of Zoom built-in tools, and some external platforms that will help make your online training more interactive, engaging and fun.
Although the course is primarily focused on ‘Zoom’, the principles should transfer to any online platform, as will the external apps and websites that will be explored during the session.
This online training will be delivered over one 2.5-hour session.
This course will support you to:
- familiarise yourself with Zoom functions in a training context, including whiteboards, annotation, polling, hiding self-image, breakout rooms
- explore some external platforms for polls, interactive boards and word clouds
- further explore how to teach, present and facilitate online in an engaging way
- explore ways to make Zoom more accessible in a range of ways and promote emotional safety for participants
Who should attend?
Suitable for trainers and facilitators who are familiar with the basics of working on Zoom and would like to expand their skill set.
You don’t need a Pro account in order to access the training. However, those who have one, will be invited to try some of the tools as the session goes along.
This online course will be delivered over 1 x 2.5 hours: 24 November (9.30am – 12pm).
This course is also available in-house, and prices start from £439 for up to 16 people. This can be a cost-effective way of training staff and can be tailored to best meet the needs of your organisation.
Please contact the Learning & Development Team for further assistance at email@example.com or telephone 01273 645420