Quality Review Report 2018 by Profitable Insights, London, UK
We all remember how many fears and doubts we had about online training: Could it ever match the valuable learning participants experience in the classroom? Could online training be as satisfying, beneficial and interactive?
Yes, it can! At Klos Training, our record shows that our online delivery maintains learning satisfaction and effectiveness, and, for some topics, even enhances it.
We adapted several of our key courses to the online learning environment, carefully adjusting the content, exercises, interaction, and timing to meet the demands of remote learners. Of course, we are careful to maintain the hallmarks of our classroom training: lots of practice and feedback for our participants from top-notch trainers.
We find that live delivery provides the personal contact and social interaction learners need and want when working remotely (VILT format/Video Instructor Led Training.)
Online training may be here to stay for the future, and for this reason, we will continue to invest, providing quality training both online and in the classroom.
Please see our success in the data below. Typically, our classroom courses are highly rated by participants and here you see the comparison of how our online training meets or exceeds classroom training in both:
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