Not only our customer service but also our sales and accounting departments have the pleasure to welcome two new employees. While Dilek works in the accounting for several months now, Janos joined our sales force.
The digitisation has found its way into our lives with full speed. Whether in our personal or professional daily routine, we benefit from the countless advantages the establishment of the Internet brought us. But not everyone is happy about it. Some people see the time of change rather skeptical and feel threatened in their privacy. Concerns that are unfounded with a cautious handling and the correct settings. Below we will therefore explain you the privacy settings of your account in detail, to make sure that you can configure them according to your wishes and only disclose information that you want to share with others.
Last week we already told you about the advantages of traditional and online seminars from the participant’s perspective, now we take a look at the comparison from the perspective of the moderator of a seminar. Thus, we again address the question online or traditional seminar and demonstrate the process of offering and holding a seminar first using the traditional way and then online, this time from the perspective of the moderator and seminar provider.
Whether English tutorial, cooking class or rhetoric training, no matter what area we wish to expand or improve our knowledge and skills, the first thought we have is to attend a seminar to learn together with others in a group. While until a few years ago catalogues of adult education centres had to be worked through, a new way of learning has opened up since the establishment of the Internet.
This week we are pleased to introduce not only one, but two new employees to you. Sinah and Pia took over the management of our customer service a few months ago and are thus on hand with help and advice for our customers since then. We warmly welcome them to our team!
After we explained you all functions and settings of the virtual classroom from the participant’s point of view last week, it is now time for the moderator’s point of view. While the number of functions for webinar participants is kept quite clear, the virtual classroom offers the moderator countless opportunities through a wide range of features to make the webinar interactive and alive.
Whether old stager or webinar newbie, to make sure that you as a participant can optimally use all the functions of our virtual classroom, we now explain you the various settings and functions that are available to you during a webinar. At first we take a look at the virtual classroom from the participant’s point of view.
We are about to expand our team. Besides support for the customer service, we are also looking for a dedicated sales manager as well as a passionate software developer. But if you want to attract good and motivated employees, you should first check your company when it comes to its attractiveness as an employer. For this reason we have looked for the needs and preferences people in the labour market have and compared those to our working conditions. The result is quite impressive.
Last week we showed you how to successfully hold your first webinar and become an online trainer by just following 5 easy steps. To perfect your appearance as an online trainer, we are now going to take care of your academy. This time, there are again 5 simple steps to follow to whip your academy into shape and convince potential participants with its outer appearance.
During the past months, you have already visited several webinars as a participant and the idea of becoming an online trainer yourself and earning money with your knowledge is getting more and more serious? “No sooner said than done” you might think, but it often remains an idea and the step of following the idea is often done by just a few. Even though it’s that simple!