In virtual reality you can undergo many different types of training scenarios. VR training is most suitable for processes that take a long time to master and have many complex phases. Learning how to operate and maintain advanced machinery and equipment is a great example of this.
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You can record instructions on how certain tasks should be performed. The software then creates a virtual character based on the movements and instructions done during the recording. Trainees can then learn by watching, listening and mimicking the virtual character.
Collect valuable first-hand data and analyze the performance of your employees. What tasks cause difficulties? Should the test be repeated?
Don’t waste time travelling and train anywhere you want. VR also reduces the need for one-on-one mentoring and frees up the time of your experienced workers.
Mistakes can be hazardous and can cause unexpected expenses. In VR you can make all the mistakes you want with zero risk.
Collect data on your employees and see what tasks cause problems.
Cut down travelling, training and human error related costs.
Research suggests that memory retention after a VR experience is higher than after viewing video or text-based learning materials. VR brings both theory and practice together.
VR training can be repeated as much as needed to ensure the best performance. Carefully selected gamification elements will keep the trainees motivated time and time again.