Virtual Programming

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Like all of us in the world right now, PLC is faced with some challenges brought about by the COVID-19 virus, especially since many of our program center on in-person and on-location training.

 

Fortunately, all our PLC facilitators have had years of experience in virtual teaching and training and have even helped design courses for organizations to use in their own virtual training programs. As a result, we are well prepared to make appropriate adjustments and  during this time now offer many of our programs virtually. As with all our in-person training, PLC remains committed to offering interactive training that actively engages participants in the learning process. Our virtual training programs utilize the latest in virtual technology—from green screens, multiple cameras, physical whiteboards, high-tech sound and video programs, and varying camera angles—all of which allows us to provide many "real world" style experiences for our participants.

Below is a bit more information on how our virtual programs stay true to our mission for engaged learning, and detailed descriptions of all programs can be found here: Program Descriptions. Feel free to inquire about how we might tailor the programs to fit your needs in this unique and challenging time.

All inquires can be directed to PLC's manager, Katie Flint.

 

PLC Virtual Training Programs

Interactive Learning

Just like our in-person training, our virtual programs focus on interactive learning and the benefits of experiential learning.

Active Engagement

Thanks to a host of digital tools available via virtual platforms, our online programs still offer lively and purposeful discussions and activities among participants.

Meaningful

Content

The same purposeful content offered in our in-person programs is provided in our virtual sessions, focusing on concepts and principles that can be applied in a variety of professional contexts.

Variety of Modules

One of the benefits of our module designs is that we are able to offer customized variations in virtual formats. For example, normal full day workshops can be scheduled across several days, etc.