There are a number of things you should consider if your training will be delivered online, remotely or virtually. See below for advice on:
Please note this site is in development [Last updated: 3 Dec 2020]
Guidance: transferring face to face training online
Remote Facilitation: a rough guide
Train the trainer toolkit [in development]
Prepare attendees as much as possible and provide clear and detailed instructions. Make sure to consider issues of accessibility.
Pre-training email template for attendees
Please complete this short survey to let us know if you are ready to participate in the _______________ (training/education/course/programme) and if there are any accessibility issues that we should be aware of. The information will help us to identify any support requirements
Disclaimer: technical/digital requirements
To enable smooth running of the upcoming session(s), please find attached for your attention: [any preparatory materials e.g. joining instructions]
Please test in advance that your internal firewalls allow access to * MS Teams, GoTo, Questback [add to or delete as needed] and that your WiFi/Broadband can support audio and video. Your IT/technical department should be able to support this further.
We recommend that you join using a * computer (PC) or laptop. Note that you may not have full functionality on a tablet or smartphone [add to or delete as needed]. If you are accessing for the first time on your device, we have prepared some helpful hints and tips for you to ensure you can run smoothly and efficiently.
Helpful hints and tips
If you are not sure about any of the above or your ability to participate, please contact us [contact details]. We will do our best to support you.
Suggested checklist for educators providing technology enhanced learning when training and education must be delivered online or remotely. Designed to be used with your team, including facilitators, admin and business support during a training...