Why choose a virtual course

Why should you choose a virtual course?

Virtual courses are designed with the learner in mind, which makes them a convenient, comfortable and meaningful experience.

Ongoing strides in technology have made learning via digital channels easier than ever before so it’s no wonder they’re quickly becoming the preferred option of learning for people worldwide. And while online learning has traditionally taken shape in a webinar format, virtual learning has becoming increasingly popular as courses are taking place with people together, in real-time.

Here are some reasons why an IMNZ virtual course is a great option for boosting your skills.


You don’t have to travel to take a virtual course – they are accessible from anywhere. This can make your learning experience more convenient and easier to fit into your life. Turning on your computer and accessing the internet can be a much simpler and quicker process than driving to a facility and setting up in a classroom.


Since virtual learning is more flexible than in-person, you gain more control over your learning environment. The time you save not having to travel to/from classes frees up your time to balance both study and other responsibilities. Plus, you can work through the course material in a more comfortable and secure environment.

More engagement opportunities

IMNZ virtual classes have the same facilitators, resources and material you’d get if you were attending our programmes in-person. You’ll experience a mix of live and interactive classroom presentations, video chats, slide presentations, discussion forums, online chat with screen sharing and video lessons. As well as the opportunity to interact with the facilitator and other students. Often students find it may be easier to participate in class discussions that are online.

Signing up is easy

Once you have chosen the virtual course you are interested in, you can enrol by registering directly through our website.


IMNZ offers a variety of virtual and in-person courses which you can view here.

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