Virtual Training Session FAQ's - find out all you need to know
We recently launched a series of half-day, virtual training sessions that focus on areas that will best support you and your team in the various work scenarios many of us find ourselves in right now.
Below you'll find answers to some of the questions you've been asking us about these sessions.
Virtual Training Session FAQ's
Which courses are being run as virtual sessions?
Here's what we've scheduled so far (click the links for dates and more information):
- Appraisal Conversations
- Thinking Differently
- Managing Virtual Teams
- Managing People Through Change
- Mindfulness and Resilience
- Choosing your State and Energy
- Introduction to NLP - Learning How People Tick
- Delivering Customer Excellence
- Planning for Post Lockdown - Reintegrating the Team
If you'd like a digital copy of our virtual course calendar, please click here then right click and save it to your desktop.
We'd like a virtual training session, but only with our own team members, is this possible?
Of course, all our virtual training sessions and many of our standard courses can be delivered just for your organisation. Click here to submit a request for more information
What are the timings of the virtual sessions?
All sessions start at 09:30am and finish at 13:00pm - this allows time for breaks.
I've never used Zoom before, what equipment will I need to get started?
All you'll need is a laptop with audio and video capability and an internet connection. We'll send you some simple instructions on how to get started on Zoom prior to the session and if you need further help, please ask - we don't want technology to be a barrier to anyone attending these sessions.
When will Crisp be offering face-to-face training again?
As soon as government guidance allows it and as soon as you, our clients, feel comfortable sitting in a room with other people for a day!
We are already taking measures and setting up processes to ensure we can provide a learning space at Compton House that you will feel safe to visit. We're interested in hearing your views on attending face-to-face training and to this end we'll be sending out a short poll in the coming weeks.
Getting the balance right between re-starting economic activity and ensuring personal safety is going to be the challenge for all of us over the coming months.
For our part, we can't wait to welcome you back through our doors, but we're moving slowly and cautiously and for now, attending virtual courses is the safest way for you and your team to keep your professional development on track.
We hope to see you in our virtual classroom soon!