When lockdown was put in place initially I thought training was on hold for the foreseeable. I thought how can we deliver this type of training remotely, how can I be me when presenting? I had so many questions and worries about maintaining professionalism and having the ability to run online training.
Day after day the video conferences came rolling in and with this the brakes on training began to be taken off. It was evident from crime rates and domestic violence statistics our training had to be delivered and our information about ours services had to be voiced.
So now 3 months on from initial lockdown and what felt like a lockdown on our training capabilities we are now providing sessions to many corporate and non corporate organisations.
And as for a lockdown on training, this is certainly not the case and it feels like it is just the beginning of a new training adventure for SV2.