Live Virtual Classrooms are an effective method for learning as well as saving travel time and cost, reducing your global carbon footprint.
Impact on the environment
An increasing awareness of the impact of travel on climate change has led to a sensible reduction in unnecessary travel whether it be train, car, rail or flight. The trend in learning and development provisioning mirrors the trend in how work is being conducted. The profession of software delivery is now taking place in a wide array of distributed arrangements, with increasingly sophisticated solutions to the problems of not being co-located.
For one multinational organisation who use LVC training, we calculated they saved in excess of 470,000 miles travelled, generating approximately 95 tonnes of CO2 emissions, positively impacting the environment.
Impact on people
A common problem when dealing with global organisations is that the teams are split across multiple territories. LVC provides a tool to cohesively work with these teams to provide consistent training.
The impact of introducing live virtual classrooms is that a significantly higher number of delegates have the opportunity to benefit from live training who may not be able to attend a physical location.
Efficacy of LVC training
To compare the efficacy of LVC and face to face training we compare the training results taken from our course surveys. We’re able to confirm parallel results and, in some cases, better outcomes from LVC training.
LVC training has been delivered to multinational organisations across a global network and boasts key scores which include: 95.7% met expectations and 99.5% benefitted from the course.
One of the core values of our training programmes is to make an impact on the effectiveness of students attending classes. People attending a class get access to experienced practitioners who can interpret the theory, answer specific in-context questions, and ensure people leave the training with the confidence to get started. This live, personal, experienced interaction differentiates from reading books, websites, or accessing pre-recorded training.