Skills assessments are unavoidable and often an integral part of many organizations. Many company giants, like Walmart or Johnson&Johnson, are already using VR for skills assessment. How to asses which of the many applicants is perfect for the job? How to evaluate performance and decide on promotions in an objective, non-biased way? The main areas where skills assessments are crucial are in recruiting and promotions. We will focus on both and provide solutions on how VR solves the issues, arising in each area.
Companies across various industries use immersive learning to revolutionize their L&D programs and to align their employee skills with business goals. As VR creates a second reality, employees get the real feel of how would their decisions influence others. Usually, trainees start by observing and later doing the job on their own. By practicing, learners are more likely to develop physical connections and let the information sit in the long term memory.
Soft skills are already a great differentiator in jobs that require lots of interpersonal skills. However, people working in jobs that demand specific skills will have to improve soft skills to be able to compete with others. Immersive learning with VR as a solution allows learners to receive real-world emotional responses and reflect on their performance. But more about that later in the post.
Cross-cultural communication these days is practically unavoidable. VR developers are on a good path to educate employees about the differences and teach empathy towards interactions with others. As the trends of expatriation, working abroad and digitalization continue to grow, we’re sure VR assistance will help reach your training goal faster
Training employees is a long and complicated procedure, especially when the skills employees need to acquire are technical. Training demands long hours of practicing and frequently lasts more days. Multiple repetitions of the same actions are needed for the employees to familiarise themselves with the process. Such complexity brings additional costs in terms of equipment, time, and possible health risks.
We decided to release an extremely valuable feature on Viar360 – remote multiuser synchronized viewing in virtual reality. This means you can now host live group VR sessions and guide trainees through immersive training scenarios designed with Viar360. It puts you in control and gives your viewers the best experience possible.
Virtual reality has become more and more accessible recently as the technology has advanced. Right now, most people associate it with video games but the possibilities as to how we can use it are endless. From the agriculture industry to medicine to manufacturing and labor-intensive jobs, technology is changing the way we may complete several tasks and projects in our particular fields of work.
VR technologies are becoming more and more included in multiple business industries. You can find it in medicine, education, engineering, and a lot of other interesting sectors. Furthermore, companies use it to recruit and train employees, share their goals with the public, and even in the workplace. With that in mind, the goal of this article is to explore the top 5 benefits of using VR for your onboarding process.
Virtual Reality (VR) training is taking the Learning and Development (L&D) industry by storm. Instructional Designers across the globe are in awe, delighted by the possibilities that VR offers. Each day, more and more learners get to experience strapping on a VR helmet and losing themselves in a memorable virtual environment. But how does that affect your L&D ecosystem?