Virtual Instructor-Led Training - VILT
Our virtual classrooms are designed to deliver a highly effective and comprehensive learning experience for students, in the comfort of their own environment.
MetaPM use Zoom Educator, an online audio and web conferencing platform to deliver our Virtual Instructor led training events. Zoom is easy to use for the Host and Student.
Virtual Classrooms might be a little daunting in theory, but we promise you the technology is easy to use, and our classes remain engaging, entertaining and above all – educational.
Usability & Support
Students only need a computer or tablet with a high-speed Internet connection, a speaker and a camera to get started. This delivery mode allows students to:
- Receive training anywhere
- Be provided with professional instruction
- Attend interactive learning
- Develop a virtual network and have the opportunity to network themselves
We assign a moderator to each workshop who’s role is to welcome each student into the class and ensure they are set up for a successful class. The moderator then hands over to the Trainer who will set the scene and agenda.
Students are asked to dial into each event at least 15 minutes prior to commencement to prevent any technical issues. Our moderator will be on call to support each student as they dial in.
Structure & Breaks
Prior to course delivery we generally provide the following:
- On receipt of the attendee list, we will issue a detailed course confirmation with course materials and detailed session plan
- Tailored Zoom invitations will be created and students will receive invitations one week prior to course commencement
- On completion of the course we will prepare a tailored feedback survey which will be sent via email
Each session is broken up into individual sessions with group discussions delivered via breakout rooms. The trainer will set breaks throughout the course dependent upon the agreed agenda and exercises. During each course there will be an agreed start and finish time.
The trainer strives to achieve two-way communication and delivery in real-time, whilst sharing supplementary information through video, documents, and written notes (and more) as required. We do ask all students to keep their videos on as much as possible throughout each session.