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Virtual Learning: How to Make Remote Learning a Priority

Virtual Learning: How to Make Remote Learning a Priority

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Virtual Learning: How to Make Remote Learning a Priority

Live Webinar: Tuesday, June 9, 2020

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Attendees will leave with an understanding of how to implement virtual learning to ensure workers are up-to-date, and keep their engagement and trust, whether during a pandemic or thereafter.



Even before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down organizations nationwide, many companies were starting to make online/virtual learning a priority as a training tool for their employees. Regular trainings can benefit any organization as far as keeping employees updated, helping them to adapt to changes, and informing them of HR benefits, among other things. However, having in-person trainings was not always possible or even efficient. 

Enter the coronavirus. Now, more and more, HR and others are scrambling to adapt and provide needed trainings for employees. For organizations that have already implemented online training, this shift shouldn’t be too difficult to maneuver. Even if your organization has not provided virtual training to its employees, now is the time to make it a priority. 

How can you provide virtual, interactive trainings that will engage and support your workforce? Clarity of purpose, role, and expectations helps, as well as providing challenges that make the training engaging. Knowing the technology and being able to assist learners who might not be familiar with it can also help. 

Find out more about how to ensure your workforce is getting needed training during the pandemic and make virtual learning a priority. Join us on June 9 for a webinar on virtual learning and find out how to communicate with and engage employees with remote trainings.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of virtual learning during the pandemic and beyond
  • Learn how to engage employees and how to make the learning experience fun with challenges or games
  • Build trust with opportunities for learners to interact virtually
  • Get tips on what different software is out there to provide the most efficient virtual learning experience
  • Provide visuals—the training should have visual elements for better retention
  • Give learners a chance to give feedback, and let them know you care about their learning experience
  • And much more!

About Your Presenter

Kip SpittleKip Spittle was born and raised in Southeastern Wisconsin. He has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Wisconsin and M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Boise State University. He started with Boise State University in 2011 working as a counselor within Student Affairs. Currently, he is an instructional designer and organizational development specialist within Boise State’s Learning and Organizational Development department. His favorite aspect (“why”) of this position is shifting behaviors to a growth mindset for desired outcomes to advance team abilities. Previous to his position at Boise State, Spittle worked in the admissions side of education for over a decade. He and his wife love raising their two kiddos in Boise, where they enjoy the snowboarding and rafting community that is so prominent within the city.