Oracle University has been offering Live Virtual Training Classes since
2008. The primary goal of Oracle’s Live Virtual Training is to give our students around the world more options when taking Oracle
training - without the need for travel or waiting on locally scheduled
Many students have shared with us that they are reluctant to take a Live
Virtual Class because they feel like they won’t get access to
everything they would get in a traditional course. So we thought it
would be a good idea to bust the top 5 myths about Live Virtual Training
right here and now.
Myth #1: Live Virtual Classes do not cover same content covered in a traditional classroom course.
Our Live Virtual Classes use the same exact content used in our
traditional classroom courses. Every lesson is fully covered and you
get access to the complete course eKit.
Myth #2: Live Virtual Classes do not include Labs.
Every class includes access to labs for hands-on practice.
These are the same labs used in our traditional classroom courses. Live
Virtual Class students actually benefit because they can access labs
after class hours. Labs are available 24 hours a day for the duration of the
Myth #3: Live Virtual Classes are not delivered by Oracle’s top instructors.
Every Oracle University Instructor is responsible for delivering courses via Classroom Training, as well as online, via Live Virtual Classes.
Myth #4: Every class runs the risk of technical issues that will negatively influence my classroom experience.
As with all training – even in a traditional classroom – technical
issues can arise. However, this shouldn’t prohibit you from taking a
Live Virtual Class. We have a team of Live Virtual Class producers who are available 24x7
to help you before the class starts and throughout the class. Producers respond to any issues instantly to ensure every student has a superior
Myth #5: Live Virtual Classes are not interactive.
The Virtual Environment delivery platform we use provides many tools to
assure interactivity. All LVC Instructors are trained to use the
interactivity features in the virtual environment.
Most importantly, because instructors
are not physically in the classroom, they are motivated to use these
tools and make the class as interactive as a regular class.
- Presentation annotations
- Desktop sharing
- Live chat
- Question and answer tool
- Emoticons - these are icons
that communicate to the instructor if a student has a question or if the
student is ready to move on.
Benefits of Live Virtual Classes
Interested in learning more? Take a closer look at the benefits of taking Live Virtual Classes by watching the video below.
Learn more about Live Virtual Class technical requirements before enrolling.
-Kate, Oracle University Market Development Manager