With the restrictions of the pandemic now a long way behind us, we are pleased to announce that we are once again delivering on-site depth conversion training courses!
While online training courses have provided the benefit of being flexible around the diverse needs of companies since the pandemic, here’s our top 5 reasons why we believe that face-to-face learning is worth the investment:
- Interpersonal Interaction: In-person training allows for direct face-to-face interaction with instructors and fellow participants, fostering real-time discussions, question-and-answer sessions, and networking opportunities that are often more engaging and impactful.
- Nonverbal Communication: In-person training enables participants to observe and interpret nonverbal cues such as body language, facial expressions, and gestures, enhancing the overall understanding and communication between individuals.
- Immediate Feedback: In a physical setting, trainers can provide instant feedback, corrections, and guidance, allowing participants to address their queries or misunderstandings promptly and make necessary adjustments to their learning process.
- Personalized Attention: In a physical classroom or training environment, instructors can better adapt their teaching methods and pace to cater to the specific needs and learning styles of individual participants, ensuring a more personalized educational experience.
- Enhanced Learning Atmosphere: In-person training often creates a more immersive and dynamic learning atmosphere, with the physical presence of trainers and participants. This environment can be stimulating and conducive to active learning, enhancing knowledge retention and overall educational experience.
One of our clients is a Major European Energy company and they share our thoughts with respect to training being more fruitful when it is conducted in person. Last week we successfully delivered our new 3-day Velit Depth Conversion in Theory and Practice course.
The course is aimed at junior to senior level geoscientists who want to understand the theory behind the operational use of our Velit depth conversion software and how it links with Petrel. As you can see from the agenda below, the course structure for Day 1 & 2 encompasses a series of theory lessons, followed by a relevant practical session. Day 3 is entirely based in the operational use of Velit and the course concludes with the attendees working through a case study project, where they can put what they learned to the test.
We can also provide bespoke training courses, tailoring the content to your needs, and the length of time you have available. If you’re interested in growing the knowledge can capability of your team in the discipline of depth conversion and/or want to learn more about Velit, then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org