The state of emergency caused by COVID-19 has forced the closure of non-essential production and commercial services and activities and all face-to-face educational and training activities. Workplace training has required more time - compared to schools and universities - to resume activities via distance learning, because traditionally less used to integrate information and communication technologies into its practices. This emergency in the emergency has opened up a significant area of reflection for the actors involved. Workplace training represents a fundamental opportunity for organizations to form workers' own identity and sense of belonging, to share and redefine their culture and to jointly-develop collective competences. This article aims to explain a research-training activity within the framework of training of works council trainers, one of whose objectives is to understand some of the implications of the change currently taking place, starting from the lived practices.