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6 Reasons Why the Virtual Classroom Course Might Be for You

So you are looking into the Virtual Classroom courses but aren't quite sold on them yet? Prepare to change your mind!
 

May 2021

Here at Astutis we have conducted hundreds of hours of research, talking to our learners to find out how we can improve our methods to increase your chances of success. This research resulted in the creation of Astutis’s remote learning Virtual Classroom course offering.
 
Here are six great new reasons why you need to take a Virtual Classroom course.

1. Be safe and confident

Currently, health and safety are essential, even when studying a health and safety course!

In our Virtual Classroom, you will learn and explore the same techniques as face to face learning, with the added safety of virtual learning. Following comprehensive health and safety measures is paramount here at Astutis, especially when our courses teach you the latest health and safety regulations.
 
As society looks to put COVID-19 in its rear-view mirror, our virtual health and safety courses will springboard your career, while helping you make a positive difference to your organisation and the community!

2. Join an ever-growing community

When you apply for a Virtual Classroom course, you receive more than just a state of the art education; you also join a prospering health and safety community of learners and tutors alike.
 
Each learner is different and much like a university course, there is a strong focus on the experience. With a Virtual Classroom course, learners undergo modern education infused with radical, engaging, pro-active methods creating a meaningful and unforgettable experience.
 
Work together, set targets, help each other achieve goals, assist each other in achieving your dreams and create friends for life!
 
This form of learning is becoming increasingly popular. Remote-learning Virtual Classroom courses combine accessibility and convenience with all the benefits of the face to face classroom. It is the most effective and safe format of learning, and it is the future of education.
 
Embrace the flexibility of the Virtual Classroom, and don't settle for less!

3. Access to all learning materials 24/7

In Astutis we understand the last thing any learner wants is to be overwhelmed by PowerPoint. That is why the Virtual Classroom is so impressive.
 
The course format showcases dynamic teaching strategies, engineered to maximise interactivity and pro-active learning. All learners will be able to go back and watch each virtual lesson, allowing you to consume and digest the content in your own time.
 
Every lesson, every webinar, all the learning materials are available on-demand, at your fingertips, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

4. Practical syllabus approach

We believe practical learning helps to provide all our learners with the most comprehensive toolset in health and safety training. With the Virtual Classroom, all learners have the opportunity to engage with their course, their way, in their own time.
 
In a recent report conducted by Astutis, we found 81% of our respondents believe the most important aspect of health and safety training is learner engagement and experience. All our courses are designed with user experience and engagement at the forefront.
 
On a Virtual Classroom course, once you have completed your days learning, you will have the chance to think about questions in advance of the next day's session. You will have the opportunity to talk to our experienced tutors either on a tutorial or a one-to-one basis, making the course more interactive and engaging with guidance from industry experienced practitioners.  

5. Save money with Virtual learning!

Everyone loves value for money and here at Astutis we are no different! The beauty of the Virtual Classroom course is how it offers world class training from the comfort of your home. Virtual courses are cost effective compared to classroom learning due to the lack of expenses such as travel and accommodation. The revolutionary format becomes much more accessible to learners due to the remote delivery and cost efficiency of the course.
 
Not only is the format cost effective but (as explored above) also safer. The Virtual Classroom, unlike an Online course, allows a constant communication stream between tutors and learners creating an intimate and trusting learning environment. With an Online course, learners will be provided with the learning materials to self-study without a tutor.
 
We recommend the Virtual Classroom learning because of its accessibility, convenience and the infusion of classroom/virtual benefits. 

6. No need to be shy

One of the best perks of the Virtual Classroom is its ease. Learners do not need to be anxious about attending physical classrooms. The Virtual Classroom is your safe space, it is a vibrant virtual village of health and safety learners like you.
 
Slowly integrate yourself into a community of like-minded learners eager to take the next step in their careers. Just remember, you are not alone! If you are a quiet learner, fear not.
 
Embrace the flexibility of the Virtual Classroom, make friends for life and help redefine the standard of health and safety training; don't settle for less!

Discover how to maximise your virtual training experience in our blog here.

Explore Astutis' Virtual Classroom course offering today!

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