Instructor-led training (ILT) does not always have to be conventional, especially when the world is evolving on virtual footprints. When ILT has changed to virtual ILT, then why not transform the process of delivering the training?
Why are we limited to just text/print based training material and not leveraging the power of visuals?
Your presentations, participant/facilitator guides, job-aids, and other training materials may contain an abundance of text with little to no images or visuals. Rather, it is pivotal to make the content coherent and easy to read for the participants.
If fonts are too small or if images are not the right size, then this may make it very difficult for the participant to follow along with the presentation. The content layout plays an important role in the virtual delivery of your presentation.
You are not alone. With the rise of virtual events, the need for well-designed materials has grown. Organizations send us content created by their presenters to clean up and bring it to life for an effective presentation. Why? Because all words and no visuals make your content dry, leaving your audience in a state of forced learning that has no advantage at the end.
Visuals speak more than words, thereby making the learners more involved in the training while understanding the concepts clearly. Hence, when we clean up our clients’ training material, we actually “dress it up” with engaging and consistent branding across all learning formats.