Frequently Asked Questions about the Coronavirus
- Date: 24 March, 2020
This article will detail the measures Global Knowledge is taking.
Has my course been cancelled?Global Knowledge has decided to move all scheduled training courses on location to the online learning environment (Virtual Classroom) starting Thursday March 19th, 2020. There will be no classroom training courses on location at Global Knowledge Belgium until April 6th. If you've already booked a training course at Global Knowledge, you can attend the course via Virtual Classroom. Global Knowledge will contact you with more information if this applies to you.
Would you like to book a training course? Global Knowledge offers courses online via Virtual Classroom for quite some time now - because of our experience with online training, you're sure you can enjoy the quality of in classroom training online. Virtual Classroom is a in classroom training - the only difference is you follow this course online. More information about this form of training is available on this page.
How about exams?It is not possible to take your exam at our exam facility until the 29th of May. Please contact us, because there might a possibility to take your exam from your home.
How does a virtual classroom work?A live virtual classroom training is more or less the same as a regular classroom training. You receive the same course materials, access labs (if part of the course), engage with the course instructor and the other delegates. The only difference is that you follow the course from your preferred location, whether that is at home or at work. Learn more about Virtual Classroom courses on this page.
Global Knowledge has got your backWhen you attend a Virtual Classroom course at Global Knowledge, we guarantee everything you learn. Within six months, you'll be able to follow the training again. Free of charge of course, in the public schedule.
If you would like to attend a live virtual classroom event, please contact the Global Knowledge customer service desk.
Other guidelines and frequently asked questions are available on this webpage.
Last updated: 24th March 2020.