Virtual Online Course FAQs

Thinking about signing up for a Virtual Classroom Course? Here’s all you need to know.

Virtual Online Course FAQs

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What does the Virtual Classroom look like?

We want you to experience an informative and enjoyable training session. Watch this short video to see what happens in our Zoom classrooms. Scroll down for to see the full session on Financial Covenants!

Your instructor will make the class as interactive as possible, using discussion, live chat, quizzes, polls and more to keep you engaged. But we also rely on you to participate. We encourage everyone to keep cameras on, to ask questions, and be active in discussions.

What equipment do I need to take part?
  • An internet connection
  • A speaker, microphone and webcam
  • Zoom. Our classrooms run on Zoom and you’ll need to have it downloaded in advance of your training. You can get the app here.
How long do the sessions last?

Sessions typically run for 4 hours per day and generally start at 13:00 London (UK) time.

There will be 5 or 10 minute breaks approximately every hour.

What if these times don’t work for me in my timezone?

We know that UK based times don’t work for everyone.

If you would prefer a session with a different start time, please let us know and we will do our best to schedule a session which will suit your time zone.

How do I join the training on the day?

We will send you full Joining Instructions before the start date. Follow them carefully and in advance of the training.

We will also a link to your course materials. Download them and have them open on your desktop in advance of the training.

If you have other questions please contact our Customer Services Team who are standing by to help!

Can I plan a Virtual training for my team?

Yes, we can plan a bespoke training session for yourself and your team.

Get in touch and tell us about your IFRS, US GAAP, IPSAS or related training requirements!

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