As trainers and training managers in our past careers we understand how difficult it can be to create an effective induction programme to onboard new staff.
Very often the material can be quite dry but is still important and necessary, however despite this levels of attention and knowledge retention can be very low, as people are often waiting for inductions to finish so they can start their new job.
Even E-Learning materials have their limitations with delegates often working through these materials in isolation and without their full attention.
VR is different, as trainers we are still surprised at the level of engagement in VR training and how much more effective it is for induction related applications.
Using VR to bring your inductions to life the VRE way.
Dyson use our Induction platform to raise staff awareness for business critical security training, this being used to inform staff and help protect their new innovative products and services.
National Grid use our induction platform to deliver important health and safety training to their staff, with a bespoked version of our platform to replicate key areas at their office.
BNP Paribas use a bespoked version of our induction platform for security training, with multi language functionality (Polish and English) they are able to run additional training to help protect their business.
Working with Eon we developed additional training for their teams using our VR Induction platform to strengthen their training delivery in key business areas.
Track, Record, Analyse with our VR Learning Management System
Our VR training platform allows you measure trainees’ behaviour and performance in each of our modules.
Track who completed the module, how long they took and what choices they made.
Understand trends in this data and get answers to important questions such as which mistakes your team make most often. Gain insights into revisions you should make to your existing training materials. Learn what approach your teams take in the VR training simulations.
This invaluable information can be analysed by session, groups, departments or the organisation as a whole.