A constantly shifting market may require you to do more with less, making use of new tools and solutions to move forward. Investment in learning and development enables growth in our changing marketplace–giving you the knowledge and skills to act, behave, and perform your job differently.
IIL’s Virtual Classroom can provide the learning solutions you need in a format that is cost-effective and convenient – bringing the interactivity, expertise, and diverse curriculum of our traditional courses to your home or office.
Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, this method of learning allows for live interaction with the trainer and fellow students, without the cost of travel or lodging expenses. To accommodate the demanding schedules of professionals that are trying to do more with less, IIL offers sessions throughout the day, evening, and even on the weekends.
Benefits of Virtual Training:
Full Interactivity - Two-way “voice over internet” enables participants to ask questions and collaborate with each other in a virtual space and enables the IIL trainer to answer questions, take simulations, and receive answers instantaneously.
Cost Savings and Convenience – Courses can be completed from home, the office, or wherever the Internet is accessible. There is no need to travel to a specific location to attend a training program. Shorter course schedules mean that projects don’t have to be put on hold while participants train.
Flexibility – IIL provides archived sessions to all enrollees. Participants may view these sessions to review sessions post-class or make up a missed class as needed.
Valuable Credits – All of IIL’s Virtual courses will earn you valuable PDUs and/or CEUs.
Computer-Aided Simulation Learning:
A growing number of Virtual Classroom courses are utilizing computer-aided simulation. This feature allows you to learn by making critical decisions in a realistic and safe “virtual” business setting. The consequences of your actions can be comprehended immediately. It is a highly-effective method for realizing the potential short- and long-term benefits (or dangers) of specific actions and decisions. The lessons learned using simulation are entrenched in your mind and can be applied to your role immediately.