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What Virtual Training Still Needs to Improve

Join Jo Cook and let’s discuss the differences between physical, virtual and hybrid training, positive, and negative, experiences of digital offerings, and explore why, for some people, the virtual training never seems to be as good.

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Learn how virtual training can be improved


Moderator Jo Cook | International Speaker & Director | Lightbulb Moment
Moderator Jo Cook | International Speaker & Director | Lightbulb Moment

Speaker Jo Cook | International Speaker & Director | Lightbulb Moment

Jo is a speaker, instructional designer, and classroom facilitator who specializes in virtual classrooms, webinars and live online learning technology. Jo’s passion is helping and supporting teams, professionals and organizations embrace the benefits of the virtual classroom. Jo’s background includes: further and higher education; the charity sector; small and large organizations, including CNN News. Through her company Lightbulb Moment, Jo specialized in training learning professionals about virtual classroom design and delivery. She has spoken on various topics at conferences such as Learning Technologies, Online Educa Berlin, and keynoted for Colleges Wales and E-learning Fusion.  

The Push Back to Face-to-Face Learning

Since the global pandemic, the world went digital and virtual for work and learning. Two and half years later and many organisations are going back to working in offices and offering in-person training again and sighing with relief that they don’t need to be virtual anymore. With variations of “I told you virtual wouldn’t be as good as physical training” and some people being cajoled back into the office, what can we learn and do?

Many people want to flexibly work from home for a variety of reasons and there are many organisations stopping paying for expensive physical offices and training rooms – so virtual is here to stay. But there’s still the reticence around the quality.

What Does Virtual Training Still Need to Improve

In this session we have virtual learning expert Jo Cook, with nearly a decade of virtual learning and working experience, to explore the issues we are dealing with now.

  • The differences between physical, virtual and hybrid training
  • Positive, and negative, experiences of digital offerings
  • Explore why, for some people, the virtual training never seems to be as good
  • Discover the ways that this can be fixed.

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