Industry Training

Immersive Learning for
Industry Training

The adoption and integration of digital innovations such as immersive technologies in industrial training is poised to become a determining factor for businesses to succeed and stay one step ahead of competitors. Veative's custom learning solutions allow trainees to engage in an experiential learning process, with the potential to create a positive influence on organizational operations and growth. Using such innovative and immersive technologies to train an industrial workforce can result in enhanced operational flexibility for organizations.

When it comes to challenging operations and performing them in dangerous environments, immersive technologies can play a critical role in ensuring safety while training. Technologies such as VR and AR simulate real-life situations, thus helping to avoid the risk of training-related injuries and accidents.

Benefits of
Immersive Learning

Faster Learning

Safety & Risk Mitigation

Makes Impossible Accessible

Cost Efficiency

Greater Retention

Experiential Learning

Real Time Assessment

Optimized Logistics

Training Modules

  • Energy
  • Power
  • Automotive
  • Defense
  • Medical
  • Tourism
  • Language Learning
  • Cybersecurity
  • Construction

    As technological change occurs at an exponential rate, practical training has become the need of the hour in the energy sector. Particularly in the Oil and Gas industry where trainees are required to thoroughly grasp the principles of drilling operations and mechanism, as an example, before embarking on their jobs. However, organizations can encounter challenges like high training costs, unpredictable weather, and equipment complexities, which can impede the training process. Virtual Reality in Oil and Gas can be a boon in the sphere of practical training as it encourages experiential learning in a safe environment with a view to enhance productivity in a more efficient manner.

  • Power

    The power sector is undergoing significant transformations due to the advent of technological innovations. To ensure an efficient, effective and sufficient output of energy, power plant operators have to be adequately trained to respond to and work in hazardous situations. With Virtual Reality in industrial training, operators can attain technical knowledge of the workings of the plant in an immersive environment and thoroughly understand all the elements of the safety gear and equipment that they are required to use in real-life situations.

  • Automotive

    One of the major challenges for the automotive industry is the absence of practical skills in employees when it comes to vehicle diagnostics, especially a working knowledge of the minutest components of the machine. Virtual Reality in workforce training can empower trainees to acquire that kind of knowledge in an interactive and immersive mode through visualization of the internal workings of the machinery, hence allowing them to learn experientially and augment their skills set.

  • Defense

    Virtual Reality training modules can prepare defense personnel for combat situations and high-risk work environments by training them in the safe and controlled setting of a simulation. More importantly, trainers can work closely with trainees for the purposes of enhancing their combat skills and building on their knowledge of weaponry in a virtual reality environment, which may be otherwise difficult to source due to the high costs and risk factors involved in the real world. Virtual reality simulations of combat situations will allow defense personnel a multimodal approach toward understanding and responding to the high-risk situations that their jobs entail.

  • Medical

    Virtual Reality in medical training can help medical professionals better comprehend their workplace situation and its concomitant complexities through virtual experiences and repeated practice in a simulated environment. The use of immersive technologies can enable medical professionals to train in realistic and consequence-free virtual environments before conducting such medical procedures in the real world with confidence.

  • Tourism

    Virtual Reality in tourism provides an enriched touring experience and a more visually appealing and holistic approach towards learning about other places and cultures. From providing users with the history of architectural wonders like the Lotus Temple in New Delhi, to delving deep into the details of Mayan culture with a tour of the Chichen Itza, virtual tours also present an effortless way of quenching our collective wanderlust. From visiting popular tourist destinations without the hassle of having to wait in long snaking queues for tickets or wading through throngs of tourists, virtual tours are an entertaining way to travel and learn about the real world virtually.

  • Language Learning

    For foreign workers, getting accustomed to the language and culture abroad can be a frustrating and cumbersome process. With Virtual Reality in language learning, users are provided with an immersive and interactive virtual experience of a country's geography, culture and language that can help workers familiarize themselves with a new working environment independently, and work as a means of self-motivation to adapt and work better.

  • Cyber Security

    The security sector is facing new challenges every day that need to be tackled with better and more efficient knowledge management techniques and tools. For cybersecurity professionals, immersive technologies like Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality can be useful and engaging tools in the training process, helping them prepare for new challenges in the areas of identification, surveillance, and monitoring.

  • Construction

    The emergence of immersive tools like Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality have transformed industry operations and led the charge for galvanizing workforce training to meet the demands of a changing reality of work. The utilization of these innovative tools in the field of construction can make the training process safer, more accessible and deeply enriching for employees through virtual experiences that can be repeated and without the need for expensive industrial equipment.

Virtual Reality is inevitably going to become mainstream... it is just a matter of making its implementation a Practical Reality for mass market

How VR is changing the
Industrial Training

  • Training enriched through the use of immersive and innovative digital tools such as 3D learning environments, virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality can be critical in enabling trainees to learn faster and achieve greater depth in understanding complex domains of work.
  • Virtual training modules provide the support and instruction required to make the training process deeply immersive and interactive in a risk-free environment. Technologies such as VR and AR simulate real-life situations, thus helping to avoid the risk of training-related injuries and accidents.
  • In comparison to traditional training modules, digitally simulated virtual training modules are experiences that can be easily repeated, thus reinforcing learning for trainees without being a financial drain on the organization.
  • The progress of trainees has real-time implications on the growth of organizations. With VR and AR in training, firms can track and evaluate the progress of trainees with detailed analytics and reports which provide valuable information regarding their performance in the industry training modules. Trainees themselves can track their progress in these training modules and constantly evaluate and consequently improve their performance.

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