Our focus of attention today is using VR simulators for corporate training.
Training in VR imitates real work processes and provides a high level of immersiveness. Students improve their professional skills without leaving the room. What do you need to organize the process?:
- VR equipment (headsets, controllers, sometimes chairs)
- Software with necessary educational scenarios
At times, onsite employment training can be hard, expensive and risky. VR is a worthy alternative to that. Here are the main advantages of using VR simulators:
Students don’t risk getting any work injuries or breaking the equipment.
In VR, you can model complex work situations or incidents for students to practice on.
A company doesn’t need to spend money on work trips and supplies. Training is remote and asynchronous.
You can train a lot of employees within a small amount of time. All you need is a headset.
- Edutainment features
Learning in VR is interactive, immersive and playful.
VR simulators are fit for all spheres, especially dangerous ones.
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