Facilitator course online
Have you ever wondered what online education entails? In South Africa, online learning has become quite popular amongst the working class as it allows you to learn a new skill set and still work a nine to five job. Whatsmore, online learning is also accessible almost anywhere. All you need is an internet connection. Keep reading to find out more about online learning in South Africa.
What is online education?
Online learning involves enrolling in a course on the internet and learning through online videos and assignments. Online education has grown popular over the last couple of years, as it allows students to study at home and in their own time. If you are interested in studying an online course, or would like to learn more about this method of study, take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of online education.
Establishing a psychologically safe environment for sharing.
Creating focus amongst the group.
Facilitation. Imagine yourself facilitating a major event featuring leading thinkers in your industry. You can lead discussions and bring out the best ideas from competing viewpoints.
In this How to Be a Facilitator course you will learn the following:
*The difference between being a good speaker and a good facilitator
*When and how to interrupt
*How not to speak too much or too little
*How to put the spotlight on other people’s ideas, not your own.
*How to introduce other people properly
*How to conduct a proper Facilitation
Individual remote training
Our online training applications enable individuals to access and complete training material from any internet- enabled device, which means that employees with busy schedules are able to complete training in their own time and at their own pace, at work or from home. Learners can pause their training and get back to it later, while you monitor their progress
Online learning involves courses offered by postsecondary institutions that are 100% virtual, excluding massively open online courses. Online learning, or virtual classes offered over the internet, is contrasted with traditional courses taken in a brick-and-mortar school building.
Online training is generally self-paced and customizable to suit an individual’s specific learning needs. Therefore, online training can be conducted at almost any time and place, provided there is a computer with high-speed internet access. This makes this form of training convenient for the users, who can modify their training to fit into their day-to-day schedule.
To use online training, users should have a basic knowledge of computers. This should include, but is not limited to, the ability to use a mouse, which involves knowing the difference between left-click and right-click; the ability to open and close documents and web pages; and the ability to navigate a website and web pages. Those with no computer experience at all, may have trouble using our online training and, for their own benefit, may want to enroll in a basic computer training class before using any of our online courses. Advanced computer users will be able to use our eLearning system to its full capacity.