The content that is taught is the same whether you take the course online, on-site, in a 4-week program, or as a training video. We have had very good experiences with all formats.
Online or on-site training?
The online and on-site training courses teach the material in a compact, intensive form. You can reserve a block of time that is 100% dedicated to learning, which typically has a positive effect on the learning curve.
On-site trainings are often a little easier to discuss in a group than online trainings, but online trainings eliminate the time spent traveling to the training and allow you to work in your familiar environment.
4-week program and training videos?
With the 4-week program and video-only courses, learning is spread out over a longer period of time. This allows you to flexibly divide your time, learn in a more relaxed way and offers more opportunities to try out the concepts you have learned in practice.
Another advantage of these formats is that the team does not have to be completely removed from project work for several days. In addition, each participant can complete the video learning units and practice exercises at their own pace and does not have to wait for other participants or complete the assignments under time pressure.
In the 4-week program, you are responsible for completing the designated learning units and exercises each week to stay on track with the material.