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Virtual Live Training (VLT)
This training delivery method allows students to attend a live instructor-led class from the convenience of their home, office, or other location of choice. With VLT you get all of the benefits of traditional classroom instruction- you can interact with the instructor and other students, you can follow along on the instructor’s screen, and the instructor can even take over your computer to assist with labs or exercises- with the added benefits of flexibility and convenience of virtual learning!
What to Expect in a VLT Class
A VLT class is hands-on, instructor-led training. Your workstation in the remote classroom will have the course software loaded and you will be provided with a copy of the official course manual and other materials for the course. The training is live and interactive.
You’ll be able to:
- View the Instructor’s Presentation: Using Web conferencing, you can see the instructor’s desktop as he or she steps you through demonstrations or displays PowerPoint presentations.
- Listen and Participate: Using voice over IP (VOIP) technology, you can listen to the instructor and participate just as in a regular class.
- Get help from the Instructor: Remote Desktop software enables the instructor to access to your computer and view your desktop. Should you need it, the instructor can take control of your computer during the class to provide help.
- Have Face-to-Face Interaction: We didn’t forget the human touch. We’ve added web cameras to the classroom so you can view your instructor. And of course, if there are others attending at your location, you’ll be able to interact with those students.
One of the benefits of training with The Sage Group/Netlan is our Free Re-Sit Policy. With this policy, students can audit/re-sit public courses previously attended/purchased, for as long as the course is offered on our schedule (based on class space and availability). If the course has been updated since the student’s last attendance, it may be necessary to purchase new courseware.