VR Training Use Cases"

With so many ways to enhance your training program, we're certain you'll be inspired.

Are you excited about immersive tech, but not sure how to use it? Start here for some ideas of how you can implement VR in your training.

VR for job skills and procedural training.

Create step-by-step training for standard, hands-on, workplace procedures. Use a levelled approach that gradually removes prompts and instructions until your trainees are able to complete the procedures with no guidance. Being able to replicate your work environment in VR means less down-time for your actual facilities.

VR for soft skills.

Allow your employees to practice difficult conversations and interactions in a risk-free environment. Full immersion aids empathy building and fosters communication skills. Using true conversational AI allows trainees to speak naturally and see the consequences of their chosen words play out in real time.

VR simulations.

Simulation training is undoubtedly valuable. But it can be time consuming and resource-heavy. Creating simulations in VR allows trainees to access this valuable training more often and with less oversight needed. Use branching, randomization and adaptive content for a truly open-world experience.

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We’re ready to show you how seamlessly you can create, edit and deploy immersive training modules. Our team is standing by to help you revolutionize your training program.

Still not ready to make the leap?

If you are considering implementing VR training, but you're not sure where to start, then this guide is for you. Our comprehensive paper gives you insights to content types, device types and common use-cases so that you can determine the best implementation for your team.