Instructor-led training is any kind of training that occurs in a training room, typically in an office, classroom, or conference room. This form of training can have one or more instructors; and they teach skills or material to another person or group through lectures, presentations, demonstrations, and discussions.
Instructor-led training is particularly beneficial when the material is new or complex: here, having an instructor on-hand to answer questions and demonstrate concepts can greatly enhance a trainee’s learning experience.
BENEFITS OF INSTRUCTOR-LED TRAINING
In our ever-changing virtual world, the traditional way has its strong foundations embedded into the learning process and can never be completely replaced by modern technology-based learning. 80% of our communication is non-verbal.
Classroom training enhances:
- Social interaction
- Confidence and Clarification
- Engagement and focus
- Practical learning
- Discussions and debate
- Role Plays and Activities
- Individual attention when needed
- Instant clarification
- Learning from peers
- Compressed and flexible schedule options
- Value for money invested
Instructor-Led Training FAQs
Q: What courses can you deliver onsite?
A: NADIA Training can deliver almost any course on site. This includes onsite training for any Business Courses including Time Management, Leadership, Project Management, AutoCAD, Desktop applications including Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project or Access, as well as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign; technical training including MS Servers, Cisco or something else.
Q: What’s the typical class size?
A: No matter what size group you need to train, we’ll develop a solution that fits your needs perfectly.
Q: Where can we train?
A: We can train anywhere in the GCC and the UAE. The cost of travel and accommodation might be applied. If that is the case we will agree on these costs prior to you purchasing your training.
Q: How does NADIA prepare its instructors?
A: Our instructors are experts in the subject matter they teach and are certified in their chosen product or technology area. In addition, our trainers must annually go through a rigorous process to further develop their teaching skills, a process which includes supervised practice teaching via train the trainer programme.