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Virtual Reality (VR) Training

Virtual reality learning for real-life results

Organisational learning is undergoing radical change, including the introduction of virtual reality tools to augment the overall learning experience. The technology is available, but implementing it requires asking questions most organisations cannot answer.

What technology do we need? How much does it cost? Does virtual reality learning really work? How do we design learning programmes for this type of technology? How much training does it take to get the full benefit of virtual reality tools? Which types of organisational training are best suited to virtual reality learning?

The most important question: where do you go to find the answers?

Anywhere, anytime learning

These days, effective learning needs to take place when, where, and how your workforce needs it. After all, who has time to sit in classrooms trying to absorb new knowledge and develop new skills?

To meet this growing demand, Virtual Reality learning has quickly become part of mainstream learning strategies – for many reasons.

  • Creates a more engaging learning experience
  • Encourages self-guided exploration and trial and error learning
  • Employees can make mistakes (without consequences) and learn from them
  • Promotes collaborative learning
  • Boosts learning retention
  • Reduces training costs
  • Speeds the learning process

Many consider Virtual Reality as the learning of the future, but it is already here today. Adopt it or be prepared to autumn behind your competitors in learning ability and performance.

Designing the impossible

Most organisations have real-world learning scenarios that cannot be taught in the real world without unacceptable risks or prohibitive costs. Our Virtual Reality (VR) training solutions shatter these limitations by enabling the design and production of 'impossible' scenarios and virtually inserting learners into them for highly realistic learning.

We turn traditional learning upside down and design Virtual Reality (VR) to more effectively:


Learn with endless possibilities and go anywhere, from anywhere.

Using Virtual Reality (VR), experts can walk learners through complex concepts, processes, sales and customer service best practices, and more.


Access spaces previously inaccessible.

Explore and visualise abstract and complex concepts, processes, and procedures.


Reinforce learning by practising real-world applications with on-the-job scenarios, exercise, and case studies.

Collaborate and Coach

Bring experts to your people wherever they are to demonstrate, collaborate, coach, or evaluate in a simulated space.

Beyond Virtual Reality (VR): Bringing digital to your environment

Work and learn in the world around you with the right mix of design and technology to enhance on-the-job experiences

  1. Augmented reality

    Access and interact with content over your physical space.

    With augmented reality, your people can learn through their preferred device at the point of need.


  2. Mixed reality

    Blend physical and digital worlds with holographic content.

    Mixed reality gives your people the tools to interact with the real world in unending ways, from live holographic customer support and coaching to practising and documenting.

  3. How we are using Augmented reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR)

    Team Building: Access content for scavenger hunts, explorations, and cohort learning.

    Real-Time Assistance: Pull up equipment information, virtual coaches or experts, videos, and job aids to learn or troubleshoot parts, procedures, and situations.

    Reinforce Knowledge: Practice conversations with customers, colleagues, or employees. Explore product features, pricing, and other knowledge.

    Hands-Free Work: Contextualise step-by-step support, information, and virtual coaching with a headset or phone.

Case Studies

Explore our real-world client success stories

Virtual Reality Maintenance App

Facebook Data Centres manage and operate numerous electrical systems and switchboards as part of their facility operations. Maintenance, troubleshooting, and procedural training is often conducted onsite; however, there is a safety risk and operational impact with shutting down equipment unnecessarily.
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Business Impact
Brandon Hall gold badge Excellence in Learning in 2020
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Designing and Delivering a Workforce of the Future Programme For a Global Financial Services Company

The company partnered with GP Strategies® to develop and implement a learning programme enabling employees to apply emotional intelligence in their work and gain a deeper understanding of automation.
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