Squiz Live Learning

Can’t make it to a classroom for Squiz training? No problem! Squiz Live Learning brings the training to you, by allowing you to join an interactive training class online without the need for travel.

What is Squiz Live Learning?

Squiz Live Learning (also known as remote training) is a live, instructor-led online classroom, which you can access from your local PC no matter where you are.

Listen and watch as the instructor takes you through a series of lectures and demonstrations, before accessing the Squiz training lab environment where you will complete a series of workshops to gain practical, hands-on experience.

Your instructor is online with you the entire time to provide real-time guidance, support, and feedback. You can ask questions via voice or chat at any time, and chat with other students in a fun and interactive environment.

What do I need to join a class?

All you need to join one of our Squiz Live Learning remote training sessions is:

  • A computer with an internet connection and a supported browser
  • A comfortable, quiet space where you can listen and talk freely without disturbing others
  • A headset with microphone attached to your computer
  • A connection to the live training environment. Squiz uses GoToTraining for our Squiz Live Learning classes
  • A broadband internet connection

Squiz Live Learning utilises "GotoTraining" as its communication platform. You can test your connection to this now by going to the "GotoTraining" test page and following the instructions there.

How it works

Live Learning courses are regularly scheduled and are confirmed to run once minimum numbers have been met. Custom Live Learning can also be arranged if you require a specific date, custom content, or have several people who need training.

More information

For enquiries, bookings, or a free copy of our Live Learning Information pack, simply contact the Training Team or your Account Manager.

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