5 Best Practices to Improve the Adoption of Remote Training Programs with Tufin
Director of Training
Virtual Labs Expert
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For remote training to be effective, participants need to be engaged. However, is there anything less engaging than staring passively at a lecture on screen for hours at a time? Virtual training labs allow for a combination of instructor-led and self-paced learning, providing hands-on experiences that promote retention — and demand participation.
In this webinar, Lee Berkman is joined by Viggy Book, director of training at Tufin, for a live product demo of Tufin’s self-paced virtual training center. Lee will also detail five best practices that will significantly improve the adoption of remote training for your software product.
During this product demo, we will provide insights on:
How to leap the hurdle of theoretical learning during remote classes.
Adding touchpoints that eliminate frustration during self-paced learning.
The benefits of gamification for user engagement.
Make Your Remote, Self-Paced Training Better
"What’s amazing is
seeing clients get more
comfortable with the
idea of a remote training
environment. We used
to go to bat with clients
to say ‘we can’t do this
remotely, we absolutely
have to fly in.’ Now it’s
been turned upside
down. We’re telling clients
‘We absolutely can do
this remotely’ and we’re
watching them grow in
confidence in the remote
tools, and believe in us.”
Brenna Strickland, Director of Global Training and Development