Call Center Agent Training: Onsite vs. Webinar Training


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When customers purchase our call recording and quality monitoring solution, one of the most important considerations is whether or not to select on-site training or to schedule Webinar training.

While both training options offer a high-value, personalized training approach with a tenured, professional member of our training team, “Webinar training” is often selected because of convenience and cost savings.

The benefits of Webinar training include:
– zero travel expenses
– flexible scheduling
– a “train the trainer”
– unlimited subsequent training as needed

In comparison, on-site training offers a bit more of a “hands on” approach and allows our trainers to gain an appreciation for a customer’s environment and culture. Our people become familiar with the staff, and vice-versa, where faces are attached to names and titles.

With on-site training, we can also provide the option to train an entire group of users vs. an individual. It entirely depends on the customer’s requirements.

On-site training is typically conducted over two business days while Webinar training can be spread over multiple days. It’s completely up to the customer’s preferences.

Either way, the customer benefits greatly and is hand-held as much as needed. We have earned a stellar reputation in the industry by offering superior customer service, and a great success story always begins with great training.

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Richard Marcia
Rich is Marketing Director for Coordinated Systems, Inc. (CSI), in East Hartford, CT. Enjoys writing, technology, sports, music, good reading and being a parent of his 7 year old son. He lives and breathes his customers' call center experiences every day and uses his knowledge as resource and inspiration for his blog.


  1. This is informative. For a company implementing a call recording or quality monitoring solutions, there are two different types of training. On-site or Webinar-based that, if conducted, can increase the understanding of a user. Now, all a company has to do is choose the training system that works for them. -Jaime


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