Class is in session – Welcome to Searchlight’s virtual classroom

Over the past 12 months, we have seen a dramatic shift in how training is delivered. From small businesses to big enterprises, everyone seems to be recognizing the benefits of a receiving training via webinar. As professional events and trade shows are getting cancelled around the world because of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, more of us are increasingly making the switch to online learning.

One of the things that we pride ourselves on at Searchlight is the delivery of our live webinars or virtual classrooms.

At Searchlight we provide our customers with the option of bespoke training and development initiatives and access to hundreds of open market (Searchlight Academy) workshops. Created and organized by leading industry experts together with a wide network of specialists, they have been running for over 20 years.

All sessions are carefully planned to cover all the most important aspects of the chosen topic. From introduction to Insurance for those new to the industry, all the way up to the more intricate dealings of individual policies such as Business Interruption Insurance. They are the product of months of behind-the-scenes work from our dedicated associates. The finished article is merely the tip of the iceberg!

Sessions are guided purely by the delegates – this is your session and participation is vital. Discussions and Q&A sessions between the trainer and delegates allow all topics to become interactive and more engaging, thus enriching the learning process.

So, what will you learn today? Why not browse Searchlight’s extensive training catalogue which can also be tailored to your needs, whatever your skillset.

 

 

 

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