The Virtual Training Guidebook: How to Design, Deliver, and Implement Live Online Learning
Packed with checklists, advice, and how-to features, The Virtual Training Guidebook teaches you how to design, deliver, and implement live online learning. This book will help learning professionals transition to the online classroom by taking a holistic look at successful implementation, including gaining organizational support, selecting a platform, designing classes, selecting facilitators, preparing participants, global considerations, and the logistics required for success. • Learn how to prepare for a virtual training rollout. • Create live online classes using a three-step design process. • Select the technology that is right for the organization. • Select and prepare facilitators who can effectively engage participants.
About Cindy Huggett (Raleigh, North Carolina Author)
Cindy is a pioneer in the field of virtual training. She’s been providing virtual training solutions since the early 2000s, and is a recognized industry expert in teaching training professionals how to design and deliver interactive online classes.
She partners with her clients to help them transition from the face-to-face to the virtual classroom, and works with them to design online and blended learning solutions. Her partial client list includes The Boeing Company, Lennox Industries, Genentech, MHI Global, Kinetic Systems Inc., Marriott International, Choice Hotels, Amgen, Volvo Trucks, Toyota, PMMI, the US National Transportation Safety Board, and the US National Park Service.
With over twenty-five years of overall professional experience, Cindy has worked in various industries including technology, construction, higher education, retail and the public sector. Her management and global experience includes serving as the regional Director of Training and Operations for an international software training company, and the Learning and Development manager for a global mechanical contractor.
As Chair of ASTD’s National Advisors for Chapters, Cindy served on the national ATD (formerly ASTD) Board of Directors in 2009-2010. She was recognized by the Triangle Business Journal as a “40-Under-40” Award recipient in 2003. She also co-founded a non-profit organization to promote volunteering and community service in her local area. She’s passionate about helping others succeed and brings that dedication and commitment to every project she undertakes.