Sick of studying online? Train in person! Benefits of “in person” training programs

Meeting and studying online is very much the norm now in our post pandemic lives, yet for many people we crave the “old days” of connecting in person, learning from each other’s experiences and knowledge – something that is often lost when connecting online.

With our upcoming, 4 day intensive training retreat planned in October, we wanted to share some of the benefits of in person training can bring to your overall training experience. While fast tracking is likely the number 1 reason people will choose to attend, there are many more benefits.

Immersion in a subject or field

In-person training programs can provide participants with a comprehensive and immersive learning experience, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of a particular subject or field.

Dedicated learning time

Being immersed in a structured learning environment with a set schedule can help participants stay on track and focused on their educational goals.

Exposure to diverse perspectives

Being surrounded by individuals from diverse backgrounds and work environments can broaden participants’ perspectives and increase their awareness in how their new skills can be delivered with clients.

Networking opportunities

Participants in residential educational programs can connect with other like-minded individuals from a variety of backgrounds, creating opportunities to build professional relationships and networks.

Enhanced collaboration and practical learning

Collaborative learning including demonstrations and practical based activities can help foster a sense of shared purpose and teamwork among participants.

Professional development

In-person training can provide participants with the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge in their chosen profession or field, which can boost career prospects and increase earning potential.

Personal growth

Residential educational programs can promote personal growth and development by challenging participants to step outside their comfort zones and engage in new experiences and perspectives.