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Maximize Your Skills Through Virtual Training During COVID-19

COVID-19 has compelled organizations across the globe to turn to virtual training to combat learning disruptions.

While distance learning isn't a new concept in itself, the remote learning solution is taking precedence today as it provides an excellent opportunity to leverage virtual training in The New Normal.

COVID-19 has forced us to adapt quickly and stay at home, so this is the perfect opportunity to invest in virtual training courses that empower business employees with a new set of skills and knowledge to apply at their jobs.

As we move forward in The New Normal, virtual training has become indispensable and a regular part of our new reality.

Virtual training to empower your knowledge and skills

 

In light of the new social distancing rules, virtual training sessions are perfect for those who can't or don't want to leave their home due to the pandemic.

This makes virtual training courses an accessible and flexible option for companies with multiple locations or off-site employees. Anyone with access to a computer and an Internet connection can conveniently participate in training.

This accessibility has created opportunities for an even more diverse classroom where learners from various backgrounds and industries come together to achieve their learning goals. As a result, they benefit from a more interactive and more productive session.

Just like in-person learning, online students can ask their virtual coach course-related questions in real-time. After-class learning isn't an issue either as participants have accessible support as well as the option of talking a point through with an expert. Having an expert instructor is one of the most critical factors to look for in a training program that can provide real business impact over a long period of time.

Another benefit of virtual training is that it leads to better retention and greater on-the-job application of newly-acquired skills than traditional classroom learning. According to Shift, e-learning increases learning retention by 25%-60%.

Coupled with in-person training, virtual learning creates opportunities for growth and insight into work training.

That's why it is essential to invest in coach-supported training programs where participants are teamed up with a virtual coach who takes curriculum from the program and helps them apply it directly to their different work situations.

Are we ready to enjoy the benefits of Virtual Training?

 

As we settle into this new lifestyle, virtual training is a more viable long-term solution to fulfilling the learning needs of a growing workforce – facilitating remote education and practical skills training along with face-to-face teaching.

To better equip our customers to thrive in today's reality, Allied Reliability now offers virtual delivery options for select courses. Our new training platform will allow you to attend one of our scheduled public classes from your home or office, or let you set up a private session with co-workers across multiple sites.

Whether you’re starting your career or need to fine-tune an existing skill, our maintenance and reliability training courses can help you reach your goals. Our instructors utilize their expertise in the field to provide you with the training and coaching you need so you can stay competitive, even during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Not only can you get the latest insights from instructors who work in the field, but our partnership with the University of Tennessee's Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC) means you can earn continuing education credits that you'll be able to use for maintenance and reliability roles at any company.

Allied Reliability extensive experience across all verticals and industries means we understand your business. This directly translates in courses and virtual training that are rich with practical insights, giving your organization and employees a competitive advantage.

Expand your skill set with our maintenance and reliability training courses.

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