Etiquette for the participation in online sessions

What you need for the online participation

- a stable Internet connection
- ideally a headset and a quiet environment
- for accredited courses, a camera so that the instructor is able to see all participants


Please register with your full name, so that we know who is attending, and join the virtual classroom on time. The instructors will also be present before the official start time.


Make sure that your microphone is always muted unless you want to ask questions or say something.


Turn on your camera. Our online offers thrive on the exchanges and interactions among participants. Should the transmission quality suffer, the trainer will ask you to switch your camera off.


Using the chat function you can ask questions, add comments, share documents, links and further information.


Please note that some online offers will be recorded, and made available on the intranet for a certain time. This allows us to make the content available to you for further study and to make it accessible to other interested parties who were unable to attend. Do not take part in the online offer if you do not agree to be recorded.

Copyright/photos and videos by participants

Please note that content, documents and the entire concept are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced except for personal only. It is forbidden to take photos and videos of the event, or share them.

Protection of privacy

For events that are recorded and made available on the intranet, for privacy protection purposes, do not disclose any personal, confidential or sensitive information (business or private).


Please note that we document your presence. We do this mainly to ensure that certificates of completion are only issued to those who actually attended.


Participant satisfaction and quality are important to us. Therefore, we evaluate all our offers and ask you to give us your honest feedback when filling out our questionnaires. You will receive the link to a questionnaire at the end of the event.

Wishing you many insightful learning moments!

The team of the PSI Education Center