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Good afternoon to everyone, I was recommended to this site by my COLF tutor as a place to seek and share anything related to onine training.
I've been directly involved in every aspect of training for almost 40 years and just as I was beginning to think that i'd got it sorted, along came Covd and my clientbase disappeared! Like many people I guess, I signed up for loads of free webinars and found most to be delivered by trainers who were taking their standard slide pack and notes and talking to a Zoom camera instead of a live audience.Thankfully, I came across the webinars provided by the Learning and Performance Institute and decided to sign up for the COLF course.
I'd value some views on a couple pf questions about the important practicalities - such as how long does it take you to design one hour of online trainig materials? I know that this similar to the piece of string question, but I'm hoping that there might be some more experienced trainers with some guidleines (or even 'rules of thumb) that might help me to improve my own offerings. I know that it ight be possible to create an hours delivery content in an hour or it might take a day, depending on the content itself.
A little more contenious perhaps, I'd also appreciate any guidance of what to charge for online dleivery and for design. Much of my F2F delivery has been overseas and the clients wouldn't pay for design so the daily rate was adjudsted accordingly - does this work with online training customers?
My apologies for such a lengthy request - I will try and make it up to you all in the future!
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9th December, 3.15pm to 3.45pm UK time
Learning Summit: What Your Virtual Learners Really Want
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15th December, 3pm UK time
Post-Pandemic Virtual and Hybrid Learning: What's Really Working?