How Does ZOOM Training Work?
Zoom is kinda like Skype or Google Hangouts except the quality is heaps better and it's super easy to use.
You're at your home or workplace in front of your computer and I'm in my office in front of mine.
We can have a two-way conversation, share our screens and record the session.
With the current restrictions, it's becoming the only way to facilitate training
WHAT CAN YOU GET FROM A ZOOM SESSION?
LOGISTICS OF A ZOOM SESSION
- 1Click the green button to schedule a Zoom session.
- 2Using the online widget, choose the session length you require, select a date and time from the available choices and make your payment.
- 3You will receive email confirmation of your booking and a private meeting link. You will be sent two reminders leading up to the scheduled session.
- 4At the appointed date and time (or a few minutes before), click the link sent to you in the email to access the Zoom meeting.
- 5For corporate groups, you have two choices logistically. If you have a board room with a large TV screen and a good quality tabletop conferencing mic, you can use that. If participants are joining the meeting from home, independently, each person needs to click the link to join.
- 6Each participant can switch their microphone on or off. While I am in a teaching segment, I'll get each person to switch off their microphone, but they can switch it on again to ask a question. For 1-on-1 sessions it can stay on.
- 7Each participant can switch their webcam on or off. During peak internet periods it may be necessary to switch webcams off to make the session run smoother (less glitchy) - that's Australian internet for you.
- 8For demonstration segments, I will share my screen. You have the option to share yours too, if you have something you need me to look at.
DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE TECH. IT'S SIMPLE.
I'LL WALK YOU THROUGH EACH STEP AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SESSION
I've expanded my normal operating hours to provide more flexibility during this time.
Monday to Friday 7am to 9pm
(AEST Australian Eastern Standard Time - GMT+10).
That gives you the opportunity to hop on a session early in the morning,
during the day or in the evening, whatever your timezone.