This week I conducted a training session for one of our Advertise Me clients. The training session included demonstrating a new module we created called Staff Rostering for our AdvertiseMe.TV digital signage platform. The training session was originally scheduled for early March 2020 but due to some of the COVID-19 restrictions, we had to delay it till the end of March 2020.
When it comes to conducting training sessions, I find it helpful creating and preparing a slideshow presentation with the main key points. This will help you with the flow of the training and even prompt the participants to ask questions. I prefer to have an engaging session with the attendees so at different sections of the presentation, I conducted a live demonstration on the AdvertiseMe.TV system and then asked questions as I find asking question only at the end of the presentation not to be as useful since most people will likely forget it by then.
I received positive feedback from the training session and I can see myself doing more of these sessions especially since this is our own custom built SASS tool.
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