In this digital age, if you need to know how to change a plug, fix a toilet, braid your child’s hair in a French plait then Youtube is usually your first port of call and there will no doubt be someone there who is more than happy to show you just how to do it. With everything now going online, has the time for face-to-face training passed?
Online training certainly has a number of advantages, time, cost and the ability to do it whenever and wherever being just some of them, however don’t underestimate the power and effectiveness of human interaction. So, what are the benefits of face-to-face training?
Here’s just some of the reasons for you to consider why face-to-face training is still important to your business:
1. Engagement and focus – Virtual training is a great way of condensing a lot of information into a small time period. This is because you have the facility to pause, rewind and replay; however it relies heavily on the self-discipline of the learner to remain focused and avoid distractions.
Top 10 tips With 100 exhibitors and up to 600 visitors expected, we’re already excited about the MENTA Trade Fair (3rd October, Bury St Edmunds). So, I thought I’d share some top 10 tips for visitors and exhibitors to ensure you squeeze as much value as you can from attending any business exhibitions. Visitors
Social Media advice and training to Businesses in Suffolk from Nick Pandolfi and MENTA