Virtual Training Activities

Are you looking to get your delegates interacting and participating in your virtual training sessions?

We have a range of virtual training activities which are ready to use in your virtual training courses today! 

Getting your participants to be involved and engaged by giving them things to do, often called 'learning by doing' or 'action learning', is just as effective in a virtual training environment.

Our range of interactive virtual training activities allow your delegates to practise whatever skill you are trying to emphasise.

Here are some of the key topics and skills that our range of virtual training activities cover:

There is little to be gained by simply telling staff about these skills – they need to viscerally experience them through:

  • engagement
  • involvement
  • a shared experience of PRACTICE

Covid has severely curtailed classroom learning where these skills are easily put into action. Now, teams are having to work virtually. In fact, this constraint gives us an opportunity to conduct training in a virtual setting that not only gets key skills across but also enhances staff's ability to work within the virtual environment itself.

Browse our current range of virtual training activities suitable for use in virtual classrooms here. And if you're looking for something specific that we don't yet cover, please let us know and we can get working on it for you!

All resources are supplied digitally - and some include a hard copy pack for classroom use as well! Each virtual training activity purchase includes one repeat use licence for a maximum number of participants (usually 12-24) per training session within your organisation and storage on one device. Please ask about discounts on licences for larger groups, for trainers in multiple locations and/or cloud storage.

For more information or a friendly chat, please call +44 (0)1225 484990 or use the LiveChat here on our website.

'Astronaut Rescue Mission' worked really well virtually. I used it as a “pressure game” for people to then reflect on mindset & resilience. So I only gave 30 minutes (rather than 1 hour) for the game. It worked – it created a rich conversation about how perfectionism & team dynamics interfered with performance. I ran it virtually and it worked a treat. All credit to Northgate for design – easy to run & highly engaging.

Adie Shariff, Director , Haynes Shariff Ltd

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