The classroom continues to have a valuable role to play in learning interventions. We know what’s required to fully leverage the power of the classroom – whether that’s within four walls or the virtual variety.
Live events play an important role within a blend. They add urgency. They permit free-flowing discussion. They allow learners to get quick answers to questions and speedy feedback on their performance. Yes, it’s always a little more exciting when you’re sharing the moment with others.
Here is how >BL can help you to make the most of the opportunity:
Building your capability
We have trained dozens of organisations to design and deliver better classroom sessions. We believe that live group events are wasted when people just sit and listen – after all, they could do that on their own. No, a classroom event should be an uplifting experience that acts as a catalyst for change.
We provide a number of programmes that can help you build capability around the physical and virtual classroom. Each is available in a wide variety of formats and would be customised to meet your specific needs:
- The learning solution designer’s programme: Helps you make the right decisions about when and how to use the classroom within the context of an overall solution.
- The classroom designer’s programme: For those who design classroom sessions, whether traditional or virtual.
- The learning facilitator’s programme: For those who facilitate learning in a physical or virtual classroom, as well as on-the-job or within online courses. Ideal for turning subject specialists into expert facilitators, or for those who want to transfer their classroom skills to the virtual world.
Working alongside you
We can work with you to coach your designers and facilitators as they work on real projects. This service works brilliantly as a follow-up to the programmes listed above.
Doing it for you
We’re more than happy to design physical and virtual classroom sessions for you, tapping in to our decades of experience and our specialist technical and creative skills.
If you would like us to speak on the future of the classroom at your meeting or conference, please get in touch.
We have a free e-book that you might find useful:
- Live online learning – a facilitator’s guide