I have worked in the electrical industry for nearly 15 years and I never could have imagined being in the position that we have all been thrown into. During my time in the electrical industry I have worked in many capacities; from maintenance and repair technician, project management for critical system upgrades, a technical instructor, curriculum developer, and now playing a key role for a private training company whose business foundation was based on face-to-face safety and hands-on training. In February, I was promoted to Manager of Content & Delivery at AVO Training Institute with a big agenda of my own that I was excited to get started on. Bringing our lab equipment up to par with industry standards, refreshing our curriculum, updating our delivery methods, creating classroom environments that are interactive from floor to ceiling, the list goes on and on. Also, a milestone plan was to develop a learning delivery offering where the instructor would be remote from the learners and provide the training through a virtual training platform. I had no idea that milestone would have to be streamlined in order to maintain a presence for our customers. The world’s population has faced adversity in many different ways as well as capacities and the current situation has done quite the number on how every person has had to make some form of adaptation to how they conduct their daily lives both professionally as well as personally. What this article is going to focus on is what to expect while attending virtual training courses that are delivered online and the benefits and challenges of virtual learning and also includes common asked questions and information to answer them as best as possible.