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Accelerated Workplace Training

Virtual Reality training programmes are widely used in the armed services, medicine and aerospace industries. Today, more and more industries are discovering the unique benefits of applying VR technology to their training programmes.

 

UltraREM’s advanced interactive VR allows personnel to learn and test their skills in dangerous environments or perform complex procedures in real-life scenarios without risk to themselves or others. Practising physical tasks in a virtual setting helps convert experience to memory, ensuring better engagement and recall.

 

A 2020 study by PWC found that VR training takes 55% less time than traditional training methods. VR-trained employees were more emotionally connected and focused than classroom or online learners. Participants reported being 275% more confident to apply skills learned after VR training. (1)

 

1. https://www.pwc.com/us/en/services/consulting/technology/emerging-technology/vr-study-2020.html

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Employee Onboarding and Cross-Training

One of the most popular applications of Virtual Reality Training is for the onboarding of new employees or the re-training and cross-training of current team members.

 

VR environments and Digital Twins give workers a chance to become familiar and comfortable within new settings and undergo training in the virtual environment before being introduced to the physical location.

 

In jobs that are high stress or where new staff need to be immediately hands-on, onboarding through VR can reduce anxiety and bolster confidence. It is also the most cost-effective way to prepare large teams spread across multiple locations.

Staff Performance Assessment

UltraREM’s VR software offers a new level of real-time engagement that lets users interact within the virtual space with more dexterity than has been available in the past. It’s this level of interaction which makes the technology so useful for testing and assessing staff performance.

 

Through hotspots, virtual control panels and other navigational points, staff can be presented with multiple options and simulated situations to test skills and knowledge of hard and soft skills.   

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Preparing for Emergencies and Rare Events

Virtual reality makes it possible to simulate emergencies and other out-of-the-ordinary scenarios, so employees can prepare and drill procedures in a realistic, real-time scenario.

 

This type of virtual training is infinitely more effective than training videos or manuals as it allows people to form spatial and behavioural memory paths. It also enables businesses and organisations to analyse real-life reactions and behaviours and improve safety protocols.

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Why consider Virtual Reality for your next training program?

Reduce Costs

Take your experience virtual and save on training days, conference costs, trade show spend, and importantly – save on time.

UltraREM tailors training solutions for your needs

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  • Determining scope, resources

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  • Content development

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  • Feedback & modification

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  • Handing over product

  • Distributing the source code

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