Live Virtual Classrooms are here

The market for training and consulting is evolving. Since the agile principle extolling the virtue of face-to-face conversations was written in 2001, technology has improved, climate change has put pressure on corporations to reduce travel, and individuals are increasingly appreciating the advantages of collaborating from their own homes.

More and more organisations are offering live virtual training alongside traditional classroom training.

The response by certifying bodies and professional organisations has varied – some do not permit it, others encourage it. In this article, we share some insights into how we responded to a customer’s request to deliver agile training through a live virtual classroom (LVC). Whether you’re a prospective student, you’re organising training for staff in your company, or even a trainer yourself, this may help you to decide how to respond to this change.


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