Geoff Alder talks about his return to classroom training

This week I was delighted to be in class again with an energetic group attending our Revit Architecture Fundamentals course.

Geoff Alder talks about his return to classroom training

This was my first training course at our Bishopsgate, London training centre since the COVID-19 lockdown.

Social distancing in the classroom was adhered to, with hand sanitiser in the centre offering that piece of mind. This all reminds us of the “new normal” that we see ourselves living with.

The training group soon became very dynamic with the focus on Revit. Getting back to the classroom and seeing the knowledge assimilated by the delegates was delightful. I particularly appreciated one delegate taking a snippet of new knowledge and expanding it to create a comprehensive workflow. Being in class allows this wonderful dynamic to happen in the group.

It has been great running virtual training over the last few months, with many delegates giving us some great feedback that they have gathered exceptional knowledge of the software in this way. Being back in class gave us all the learning experience that happens in a group environment. The ability to see the delegates progression and transposition knowledge is amazing and really reminds me that classroom training is a comprehensive learning experience.

If you are looking to attend our training back in the classroom, the team and I are looking forward to seeing you there.

Find a full list of our scheduled and private training courses here.  

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