Navis Training for Remote Teams
The global COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all of our families, our businesses and the way we work. During these challenging times, Navis recognizes the importance of staying digitally connected to deliver the highest levels of performance, availability and service for your operations. We want to help you utilize and optimize all of the digital channels, tools and solutions Navis can provide you to best navigate your remote work and operations.
In the webinar "Navis Training for Remote Teams," we showcase ways to safely expand the reach of your programs through the use of virtual training technologies you have available at your fingertips.
In this presentation you will learn about:
- Innovations in virtual training, including live trainer - student interactions, virtual labels and exercises, and real-time classroom feedback
- New Navis offerings around recorded training to allow students to view classroom training they otherwise might miss
- Leveraging the breadth and depth of Navis Stack Academy Online training for student-led remote training
About our Presenters:
Noelle Sue Chalfant, Director of Training
Noelle Sue brings close to 30 years of experience in the Enterprise Software Technical Training field to Navis and has led the strategic direction to embark into the world of blended and continuous learning for the Navis customer base. By launching an e-Learning portal, vastly expanding the instructor led training offerings and quantifying learning through assessments and certifications, Noelle, along with her team, bring a new era of Navis product knowledge to the industry.
Andy Clason, VP of Technical Services
Andy has been with Navis for over 20 years, working as a Project Manager, Director of Support, Director of Training, Director of Professional Services, and most recently as VP of Technical Services. With decades of experience on TOS implementation, training and support, Andy brings a wealth of real-world knowledge about the industry, about the challenges of training, and about the Navis TOS.