Getting Started With Instructor-Led Training

We are so excited to get you up and running with your platform! We offer many different functions, and we've created this guide to help you get familiar with everything as you get started with Instructor-Led Training.  In this article, let's take a quick look at what Instructor-Led Training (ILT) is, and what its advantages are. 

With the distinctive rise of e-learning, education has changed dramatically. When teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms online, Instructor-Led Training is an approach that allows the learners to have real-time access to the instructors and the related training programs. When learners are distracted, their retention rate decreases. By having a dedicated education area, they are not as tempted to check their email, scroll through social media, or work on something else. This is a good model, though is only successful if you choose the right instructors. 

This form of training has one or more instructors who teach skills or material to another person or group through lectures, presentations, demonstrations, and discussions. Most often, it's used to instruct a group that allows you to deliver many trainee hours of training for each hour of the instructor's time!

You can manage all your instructors (and other user roles) by granting or revoking their permissions to allow or disallow their access to the selected functionalities for your Learning Management System (LMS). For instance, you may choose to allow different integrations access per user, or if instructors create/list/delete course contents and more. 

Here are some more detailed articles to help you get your LMS set up easily for the Instructor-led training:

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User Roles and Permissions

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Creating and Updating a Course

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Instructors Offering Live Training and Webinars via Zoom