The necessary steps that the government need to take to delay the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 may have a serious impact on your organisation's ability to deliver traditional face-to-face health and social care classroom courses to staff. Staff that are restricted from coming into work to attend the health and social care training or health and social care training suppliers cancelling pre-arranged courses are possibilities that need to be considered.
Delaying or cancelling health and social care training courses because of Coronavirus COVID-19 will cause disruption and have a financial and productivity impact on your business.
Cancelling or delaying your health and social care training course does not have to happen. There are other options out there that utilise modern internet technology to allow you to deliver the training effectively and still benefit from live interaction with a health and social care trainer.
For example, there are train the trainer webinars, individual webinars and even group training webinars.
But what is a webinar? A webinar is an online meeting conducted through simple online software and allows participants to see, hear and speak to the instructor and each other almost as if they are all in the same room together. The instructor can also share PowerPoint slides and other multimedia with participants for them to view and comment on.
No complicated software or hardware is needed, just an internet enabled device such as a smartphone and a stable wi-fi connection.
What is great as well is that because the health and social care trainer does not have to come to you to deliver the health and social care training costs should be much lower as there is no need to factor in travelling time and expenses into the trainer fee.
When the smoke clears after Coronavirus COVID-19 this could be the new way of delivering health and social care training utilising modern internet technology.
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