According to a recent analysis published by Deloitte, VR technology offers more effective learning results in less cost and in less time than traditional learning methods. VR is one tech component in digital reality that can help solve real-world business problems and create a competitive advantage. VR also creates the ability for enhanced collaboration and for repeated simulations to provide an entirely new learning possibilities such as shared scenarios, seeing the unseen and test/retest.
VR Based Soft Skills Training Offers Significant Benefits
VR is gaining inroads in soft skill corporate training, opening up a wide range of industries and businesses that can benefit from its applicability. Employees who are used to physical or desktop-based e-training modules will stand to benefit significantly from the vastly improved delivery mechanism VR offers – an immersive experience that increases engagement, retention and productivity, thereby improving training outcomes. For enterprises, this means a better trained and more engaged workforce, and potential cost savings at a larger scale.
A 2020 study conducted by PwC found that VR learners were:
– 4x faster to train
– 275% more confident to apply skills learned after training
– 3.75x more emotionally connected to content than classroom learners
– 4x more focused than their e-learning peers