NEC Virtual Training now available

NEC Virtual Training now available

Although lockdown restrictions around work attendance have eased slightly in the UK, we expect people to remain rightly cautious about attending classroom training courses. While we are working on making future classroom sessions safer, we are also pleased to announce that a number of NEC training courses, including accreditation courses, are going virtual.

NEC has been working hard over the past two months to make sure that any online delivery for training is in no way diminished by no longer being in the classroom. We know that you highly value the interaction with the tutor and the opportunity to learn from them and other delegates and our emphasis has been upon retention and replication of these benefits. Delegate numbers are still limited so that the tutor can engage with and focus on the needs of the smaller group. The delegate packs will be posted to you ahead of time (public training courses only) and the training is delivered via WebEx.

The one and two day courses run almost as they used to, with a morning and afternoon session split by a break for lunch, and a Q&A session. The four day Accreditation courses have been remastered to suit the new format, dividing the time more formally into tutor presentations and group working sessions, allowing the tutor time to interact with delegates and help them through the content.

You can view additional details on the restructured Project Manager Accreditation courses here.

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