Using VR to leapfrog the competition

Virtual Reality (VR) is transforming the way businesses operate, internally and for the benefit of customers. Discover the ways that VR technology can help keep you ahead of your competitors.

Upskilling or reskilling learners

With VR, you can provide a more dynamic learning and assessment experience. By immersing your learners in a lifelike environment, they can quickly and easily upskill without disturbing normal business operations. They can also practice carrying out tasks safely in this risk-free environment, e.g., learning to operate expensive machinery, such as construction equipment, or working in remote, potentially hazardous, situations – something that would impossible to do in the real world. You can also eliminate the need to have expensive, full- scale equipment prototypes that you only use for training.

VR is also having a profound impact on other sectors, such as healthcare, with medical teams successfully learning how to operate new pieces of critical equipment in a virtual, safe and risk-free environment. They are then fully prepared for when the need to use the equipment for real.

Improving knowledge retention

A study from the University of Maryland showed that learning through a VR experience increases both the quality of the learning and the retention rates, with overall improvements in recall accuracy. Using eNetReality for VR assessment means that not only can you check your learners have absorbed the material, you can be confident that you have a competent, compliant workforce who can quickly put into practice what they have learned - a major advantage for your organisation.

Helping to onboard new starts

You can use VR training with your new starts, using immersive learning simulations to bridge any skills gaps. This will bring them up to speed much faster than traditional training by giving them hands-on experience of tasks they will be expected to carry out for real. For example, new starts in the industrial sector would benefit from a virtual hazard-waste training experience before taking an assessment inside of the same VR experience, which they must pass before working with chemicals in real life.

Improving recruitment

Companies are also beginning to explore how VR might improve the interview process. By putting candidates through a virtual assessment you can check their proficiency and aptitude for the niche skills they’ll need for the role inside a consistent assessment environment. As well as this, the robust reporting capability inside eNetReality will help you gather better data during the hiring process to support your decision-making.

Measuring learner proficiency

Compared to traditional assessment methods, an assessment undertaken in VR can capture comprehensive data that can be analysed to measure learner proficiency. With VR assessments built using eNetReality you can set up reports for managers so that they can offer feedback to learners and help them adjust their behaviour accordingly.

Collaborating on a global scale

eNetReality is cloud based, so users in multiple locations around the world, e.g., various teams, experts or branches, can contribute to the creation of your VR assessment, ensuring the best possible experience for your learners.

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With eNetReality you have everything you need to create and deliver your own VR learning and assessment experience for your workforce, helping you keep ahead of your competitors and getting the best out of your learners. It’s cost effective and easy to use, no coding experience needed. Why not experience it yourself by signing up for a 14-day FREE trial. 

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