Wherever you are on Planet Earth you can attend a live instructor-led class, learning MIM, Azure AD or PAM.
Join a live instructor-led class via the internet in real time! All you need is a Skype connection and you’re right there with us; much a part of the class as those physically sitting in the classroom. We provide you with a virtual machine and a soft copy of the complete courseware, and the instructor is there for you in real time exactly as if they were in front of you.
You don’t even have to be in the same time zone to attend remotely!
Bruce M said:
“Initially, I was hesitant about doing the course remotely, but I would have no concerns now. I was in Pacific time, other students were in EST zone and the instructor was in the UK, and everything worked great!”
And Kevin P told us:
“The course experience was superb. I appreciate being able to participate remotely. This is the second course I have participated remotely and highly recommend it. It was just like being in the classroom!“
The advantages of learning remotely are many. You won’t have the time and expense of travelling to join the class, but you still get the direct interaction with the tutor and your classmates, and can raise questions as you go along. While the flexibility of online, self-paced training works for many students, others greatly value the discipline of attending in real time. There can be no excuses – your instructor expects you to be there and to participate fully.
If you haven’t already got very comfortable headphones with an integral microphone, we recommend you invest in some. No matter where you are sitting – in your study, your office or even at your kitchen table – they will help you to focus on your learning and become part of the class.
All our courses can be attended remotely, so wherever our schedule says the class is taking place – Oxford, UK; Redmond, WA; or The Hague, NL – you can also add your own location, whether that’s Austin or Australia, Zandvoort or Zambia.
But remember – Redmond courses are scheduled in Pacific time, Den Haag courses in Dutch time, and Oxford courses UK time.