Pride Badge Virtual Training
Our virtual training is as collaborative and interactive as traditional classrooms.
All Pride Badge virtual classroom sessions are taught by live subject matter experts who are trained to keep you engaged and focused, even when you’re not in the room. Other features of our live virtual training include:
Two-way conversations between instructors and classmates
Live access to production-quality technical labs and hands-on activities
Class recordings are viewable for up to 12 months
How does virtual training work? What can I expect?
A webinar is a mixture of trainer led sessions on screen i.e. you see them as you would in a normal classroom environment, delegate exercises and activities – these are normally either in virtual workrooms, solo working or discussions and on-screen visuals with the trainer talking in the background or you might see their face in the top right hand corner of the screen.
Everything we do is to keep attention levels high. You’ll most likely be asked before the webinar for any questions you’ve got on your mind about the subject topic and what specific areas or scenarios you would like help with. With this, your facilitator will ensure that they take this into consideration when designing and delivering the session. Throughout the webinar you’ll have the opportunity to pop your “virtual hand” up and ask a LIVE question through your mic or you may want to ask a question via the chat facility. It is all really fluid and flexible just like in a normal classroom.
What technology and equipment will I need for my virtual course?
Usually all you need is an internet connection and either a laptop, tablet or desktop. Ensure you have sound and a mic. This can be through your device or USB headset or even your mobile headphone if they have a mic. Before any session we will run tests to ensure that the software is all compatible with any firewall settings that you may have in place or the device that you are using. You should have an up-to-date web browser such as: Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer. For more detailed information. Our Online Courses can be accessed on a mobile or tablet device, although we strongly encourage you to have access to a desktop or laptop computer and reliable internet connection for certain course components.