Instructor-led Training. Usually refers to traditional classroom training. A synchronous learning event held in one physical location or delivered via a network, which is led by a teacher.
Institute for Learning & Teaching in higher education
Usually refers to traditional classroom training, in which an instructor teaches a course to a room of learners. The term is used synonymously with on-site training and classroom training (c-learning).
Information and Learning Technologies. This is used in Further Education to refer to the use of computing and communication technologies to support the core business of colleges: the delivery and management of learning. See also ICT.
(Instructor-led Training) 'Class-room' training delivered by an instructor.
Institute for Teaching & Learning. Launched in 1999 in response to recommendations from the Dearing Report (NCIHE), the ILT is a professional membership body for those engaged in teaching or the support of learning in HE across the UK. Its activities include the provision of support for its members, management of the LTSN centres, accreditation of HE training programmes and the commissioning of research and development in learning and teaching practice. See: http://www.ilt.ac.uk
Information and Learning Technology.
training involving an instructor â€“ this can apply to traditional face to face training, or learning online in a virtual classroom.
See Instructor Led Training.
Instructor Led Training. Training mediated by a live instructor, such as classroom training or live classes delivered over an web-based conference system.
Delivery of a course in a traditional classroom setting wherein an instructor guides a group of learners.
Instructor-led training, generally a workshop.
Instructor-led training; courses that rely on interaction with an instruction, usually in a classroom setting.
Instructor Led Training ( ITL) is Oracle Training classes. Also see TBT and CBT.