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4 Ways to empower your remote workforce through virtual learning

Learnit’s classes can help your team maintain a sense of community, remain a productive workforce under the challenging circumstances, and get one step closer to business as usual.

4 Ways to empower your remote workforce through virtual learning
Editorial Team
March 17, 2020
4 Ways to empower your remote workforce through virtual learning

Learnit’s classes can help your team maintain a sense of community, remain a productive workforce under the challenging circumstances, and get one step closer to business as usual.

Note: "Live Online" is also referred to as "Remote Learning," "Virtual Training," and "Virtual Classrooms."

1: Engage Employees While You Transition.

We can support you by having your at-home workforce engaged in productive learning skills that will help them thrive remotely. Train your team in today’s most in-demand skills such as communication, decision making, problem solving, Excel and SQL.  

2: Keep Employees Focused and Connected.  

Our Live Online training is fun and engaging. It provides your newly remote workforce the opportunity to collaborate from their new work environment.

3: Hone Remote Skills. Boost Remote Performance.

Transitioning a team or entire organization to work from home can be chaotic and challenging. For many, it’s an entirely new way to work and collaborate. To succeed requires gaining a unique set of skills.  

4: Same Expert Instructor. Same Awesome Interactive and Engaging Class.

We’ve taken our 25 years of success in instructor led, in-person training and have applied that experience to a decade long effort of developing, testing and perfecting our virtual training methodology and program.

Your team can achieve the same experience and benefits of in-person training through our virtual classroom experience.

>> Set up a call with one of our learning strategists today to learn more.

In these trying times it’s important that we all come together to support each other, our communities, and our economy – to maintain normalcy and our way of life. Our hearts and support go out to all those affected personally, and as a community, let’s all come together and not let the coronavirus get the better of us.

Together we can turn this negative into a positive professional growth opportunity. Together, we’re strong!

THANK YOU FOR LEARNING WITH US!