VR training is not just some techy stuff that only companies in Silicon Valley hype about. In fact, technically, your workplace can implement VR training starting today, and it doesn’t have to involve getting everyone VR headsets—you can create VR experiences your employees can access from their desktops or mobile devices. In this article, Forbes breaks down the three keys to VR training in the workplace.
Think about employee training at your company. How is it designed? How is your organization helping employees learn? If the image in your mind right now is something like conventional classrooms, let me tell you: You are setting employees up for failure.
Traditional learning starts in a classroom. Whether in person or online, gaining knowledge from textbooks and other resources is the No. 1 priority. However, when it comes to corporate training, experience comes before knowledge. The more experienced employees are, the more competent they are and the more likely they are to master skill sets.