Studies show that when you learn a new skill in the same environment in which you work, knowledge retention increases. Instructor-led online training lets you enjoy all of the benefits of traditional classroom training from the comfort of your own home or office. It leverages the Internet, web conferencing software and a telephone to deliver real-time, online material straight to your desktop.
Instructor-Led Online Classroom Training
With our instructor-led online classroom training, you’re able to interact with the instructor, ask questions and receive guidance throughout the class via telephone or typed messages. You’re also able to participate in group activities and get hands-on experience with our software. Best of all, you’ll be able to work with our latest software without a license or any installation.
- Real-time class taught online by a certified Esri instructor with expertise in the course subject matter
- Remote access to the latest Esri software (you’re not required to have the latest Esri software installed on your computer)
- Opportunity to ask questions and get immediate answers
- Class activities, discussions and hands-on activities encouraging peer-to-peer learning
- Convenient attendance from your desktop
- No travel required
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the online course different than a traditional classroom course?
Online course content is the same as courses offered in the traditional classroom. Instructors give lectures and students work through exercises all delivered in real-time.
Do I need special software installed on my computer?
No. Esri Canada provides each student access to a virtual classroom. Students simply log in the day of the class and the software is available to use for the duration of the course.
How is the course presented? Do I work at my own pace?
Students connect to Zoom to view Instructor-led lectures and work through exercises during class time with instructor assistance available when needed.
How do I talk to the instructor during the course?
Using a computer headset, or speaker phone, students are encouraged to ask questions, participate in group discussions and use chat features to engage in classroom conversations.
Do I need to do anything before the course to prepare for an online class?
The instructor will send each student an email prior to the class that includes connection tests to ensure you can log into the virtual classroom without issue. The email will also include a link to download the course workbook. Students will need to perform the tests before the course start date, if there are any questions or concerns the instructor can assist you in preparing for the course.
What do I need to do prior to the start of my class to test my connection/system?
Prior to participating in an online Open Enrollment Training course, participants should ensure that all connection tests have been completed prior to the training course start time and that systems meets the minimum requirements.
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