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Distance Learning – Update


We have 2 German speaking (& based trainers) who speak good English that we need to put through a ‘Train-The-Trainer’ programme. At present we are unable to have face to face contact or do telephone conferencing.

The trainers have a good understanding of our in-house system and are required to pick-up 6 modules, which we feel, would take a total of 5 weeks to learn. There is a possibility that they may be able to visit the UK for a 2-week period. We are able to e-mail training material to them along with PowerPoint presentations and trainer notes.

Any suggestions on how to get them up to speed with these constraints?!

Paul West

One Response

  1. Chat
    I can only assume, given your earlier posting, that you are looking for a method of realtime contact with dispersed individuals that transcends the (in your situation) limitations of teleconferencing. Have you considered setting up a chat room solely for this purpose?
    Failing that, there are a couple of other options that I could think of.

    If this is a solution that may be of interest to you, send mail – happy to help.


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