Comparison of Teleconferencing Platforms for Virtual Trainings (Live Stream)
Are you having some difficulties selecting the RIGHT platform for your virtual trainings?
By this point, we are fully aware of the available teleconferencing platforms that we could adopt for our virtual trainings, such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, and Adobe Connect.
But the real challenge comes in when you need to compare the many features and functions across the platforms, to ascertain which is the most relevant and useful for the type of virtual training you’re involved in.
Let us make it EASY and FUSS-FREE for you, by giving you the full breakdown and overview of the useful functions across the many popular teleconferencing platforms through this 1 Day hands-on workshop. Look forward to gaining access to the useful features in each teleconferencing platform (from Zoom, MS Teams, Cisco Webex, and Adobe Connect), and make a well-informed right decision of which platform to invest in for your training or meeting needs.
In this 1-day course, you will:
- Gain a good overview of the commonly used teleconferencing platforms, i.e. Zoom, MS Teams, Cisco Webex, and Adobe Connect
- Experience hands-on activities of trying out the useful features and functions of the teleconferencing platforms
- Be engaged through a simulation of using the teleconferencing platforms for a real-life scenario during trainings & learning sessions
- Understand how to troubleshoot when experiencing issues on the teleconferencing platforms
This course is designed for all participants who are keen to gain a good overview and comparison on the popular teleconferencing platforms, and make a well-informed decision of the right platform to purchase and invest for virtual training needs.
- Overview of Teleconferencing Platforms
- Overview of teleconferencing platforms (Zoom, MS Teams, Cisco Webex, Adobe Connect)
- Unique Features of each Platform
- Used Cases for each Platform – primarily: Teleconferencing and Virtual Learning
- Different types of learning in a virtual environment: live streaming, webinars, virtual classroom, etc.
- Fundamental differences of the various types of learning in a virtual environment
- Suitability of each type of learning for different purposes
- Walk-Through of Each Platform
- Overview of Audio & Video Settings
- Engaging Participants during Learning in a Virtual Environment
- Using Tools to Assess Participants’ Understanding of the Content
- Assigning Participants to Groups for Discussions such as Brainstorming, Reflection
- Using Advanced Features (Polls, Sticky Notes, Wordcloud) for consolidating learning
- Technical Requirements
- Hardware requirements for conducting and facilitating learning in a virtual environment
- Recommended hardware for learning in a virtual environment
- Participants will be split into 4 groups
- Each group will be given a scenario to use one platform
- Each group would have to conduct a learning session
- Each group will need to troubleshoot each platform based on issues given
Business & Video Strategist: Melvyn Tan
Melvyn is the founder of Befinity Media, a digital media agency focusing on helping smart businesses accelerate their growth by using videos to dominate search and social. He founded LINE consulting, a boutique strategy advisory firm in Singapore. Leveraging his 14 years of experience as a business strategist, Melvyn and his team formulate strategies to help businesses leverage videos to reach their intended audience.
He’s a highly sought-after trainer and speaker due to his diverse skill set. He is a video evangelist and is LinkedIn’s top video creator in Asia. He is also a growth hacker on Facebook and a vlogger on YouTube. He has spoken at numerous events including LinkedIn local events in Singapore and has conducted training for Institute for Adult Learning, SGH, Centre for Career Excellence, and Citibank
“Melvyn is a well-experienced guider. He understands our background and based on which he provides his guidance as if it’s tailored to us.”
Ha Thu, Asian Agribusiness Pte Ltd
“Among Melvyn’s strengths that I appreciated very much is his ability to give very good examples and answer questions from the participants. The constructive criticisms are also very helpful.”
Isa Tan, Asian Agribusiness Pte Ltd