Room Setup for a Technical (IT) Training

When I started my day yesterday, I thought I would be going off to a great day ahead for my training.

The Monday evening, I was severly troubled because of the red-burning-eyes and severe headache caused due to inefficient and insufficient lighting in the training room. As such, I did nothing in the evening but took dinner and went off to a long sleep.

Reaching the venue, I noticed that not all machines were properly configured, yet. We spent another 1hr for the setup – just to ensure that we get going as quickly as possible and do not waste more time.

And by the end of the day, I figured out that we are running late by around 4hrs or so. Really, couldn’t see any hope to recover that time anywhere.

So, here’s a list of things that you must take care of before / during the training:

  • There should be appropriate and sufficient ligthing
  • There should be lights focussed at your laptop screen, to say the minimum, lest your eyes get strained
  • The screen should be sufficiently large
  • The maximum distance between the screen and the participant should be such that he is able to view any content / text / code written at font-size of 14-16.

If not, be prepare to strain yourself and get doomed!

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