How many people do I need?
If there are 6 or more people from your company that need training, you should try virtual UX training: it's cheaper (especially when you factor in travel and hotel costs), more flexible, and you don't need a specialised training facility.
How do you keep delegate's attention with online training?
- Our live, virtual courses are instructor-led—they are not pre-recorded videos.
- Each module contains a number of exercises and syndicate activities to increase learning and engagement.
- Each course is structured around 2-hr modules.
- To maintain energy levels, each module runs on a different day.
Reasons you might want to run a virtual UX course
- To train a distributed team, furloughed workers or when your employees are social distancing.
- To tailor the material to the needs of your staff — so we spend most time on the areas where you feel there will be most benefit.
- To discuss confidential material with trainers that have practical experience in solving design problems like yours.
- To get the training urgently — we can normally deliver a course within a few weeks.
- To encourage greater team work by inviting members from different departments.
- To save money — our virtual training courses are cheaper than their equivalent in-house versions and your employees won't incur travel costs.
- To save time — employees won't waste time travelling to the training venue.
What facilities do I need?
- A device that can access Zoom.
- Some of our interactive activites require delegates to use online tools like Mural and Google Docs, but delegates won't need a paid account.
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The business benefits
“The only thing worse than training employees and having them quit, is not training employees and having them stay.”
— William H. Vanderbilt, Railroad magnate.