For many organisations, offering hands-on learning and practical training can often be a challenge – and for some, it is impossible to do this in the workplace.
This is why Virtual Reality training has been extensively adopted across a diverse range of industries including construction, manufacturing, aviation and healthcare. For example, our Working at Heights Virtual Reality training package can safely induct and train employees to gain confidence to work at heights in a stress-free environment, with the freedom to make decisions without life-threatening consequences.
With the virtual reality industry growing from $7.9 billion in 2018 to $44.7 billion by 2024 as well as the lowering costs of hardware and content development, virtual reality training is becoming easily accessible with a promising ROI.
ROI OF VR TRAINING
VR is perfect for blended learning processes to boost employee’s knowledge retention and engagement. The success of VR to date makes it easy to imagine a day in the near future when all employees receive their own training headset on the first day on the job. We are already seeing this shift to VR training with every school in Queensland owning a VR headset. Now that is a truly new way of working.