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I'm just doing some thinking around the length of virtual classroom (not webinar) sessions. Often they can be an hour, 90 minutes or more, but obviously can be 30 minutes or shorter, a couple of hours or even all day.
How do you decide how long your virtual classroom sessions should be?
I know some clients where they find 30 minutes or less is great, because it gets people back to fee-earning or whatever their productivity is really quickly.
Others have said that if they do sessions less than 90 minutes, and ideally 2 hours, people in their audience say that there isn't the value in them attending.
Most of my own session for teaching virtual classroom training skills are two hours long. I'd run them even longer, maybe 2.5 hours, if people would let me! I like the longer sessions to really get into the "meat" of the topic, as long as there is enough itneractivty and a break in the middle.
What about you - are you driven by your attendees? Business constraints? Manager suggestion? Something else?
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