The key to training success relies on what exactly is being trained. Before an organization can start thinking about technology, they must understand their employees’ goals, their learning styles, and how much time they can invest in training. Organizations can transform their training with technology in 3 ways: First, through data and analytics that provide insight into what employees need to learn. Second, virtual reality or 360-degree video to make training more interactive and immersive. And third, through integration with business systems to automate training and documentation.
VR has been integrated into the business world for years, with the most popular use cases being in the healthcare, military, and engineering sectors. As VR becomes more accessible and cheaper, we are seeing a rise in its adoption in the corporate training space as well. And it makes sense: VR can be used to put employees in real-life situations, allowing them to both experiences the environment in which they’ll be working and interact with people as if they were there in person. VR can also be used for skills training, such as piloting or medical procedures. VR training can be used in both one-on-one and group settings, making it a particularly useful tool for organizations with distributed teams. VR training can be used to train employees in a number of different areas. It has been used to train employees in everything from sales to emergency response. When used effectively, VR training can offer employees an immersive experience that they can’t get from a book or other non-interactive forms of training. It can also be used as a refresher for employees who have been on the job for a while and have begun to lose some of the hands-on skills they originally learned.