VR SAVES TIME
Virtual reality training is more time-efficient than traditional methods.
- Traditional training requires travel and logistics and time off normal work duties.
- In contrast, VR training can be unsupervised, anywhere there's a headset.
- PwC report indicates that VR learning is four times faster.1
We replace the least engaging, boring parts of training programs with immersive VR.
- VR training can incorporate gamification elements, fostering competition, motivation, teamwork, and attention.
- Immersive learning experiences transport learners into real-world environments, stimulating their senses and minds.
- Training that demands strong visualization or empathy such as, engineering, customer service or operational procedures.
VR IMPROVES RETENTION
The interactive nature of VR allows learners to actively participate in simulations, which can lead to better retention of information and skills.
- VR training enables your workforce to practice repeatedly.
- Memory is spatial landscape where information is interconnected.
- Experiential learning ehances memory consolidation and retention.2
VR SAVES MONEY
While there is an initial investment, over time VR training becomes more cost effective than traditional methods.
- VR training is especially cost effective training at scale with hundreds of users.
- Start with a pilot project to assess effectiveness.
- Latest Quest 3 Headset is <$600 USD.
- VR training costs case study. 3
VR IS SAFER
VR training helps you identify and correct mistakes before they become systemic.
- High-risk scenario training in a controlled, risk-free virtual environment.
- Learners can explore and challenge themselves without the fear of mistakes or injuries.4
- VR training offers real-time feedback, allowing for the correction of errors before they become systemic.
- Trainee activity is tracked, providing data on retention, performance and ROI.
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