Bring Training to Life With Virtual Reality
Because of the potential hazards learners may face, sometimes L&D professionals cannot send learners into the field to start practicing. Yet, they need to equip learners with the necessary skills to do their job well. That’s where virtual reality comes in. It stands out for experiential training because it doesn’t compromise learners’ safety and provides the direct practice learners need. In this issue of TD at Work, Destery Hildenbrand reviews the different versions of extended reality, homing in on virtual reality. Further, he:
- Details the skills and team members necessary for creating VR programs.
- Explains the process for developing VR content.
- Explores case studies for using VR for learning.
The Tools & Resources in this issue are a virtual reality readiness evaluation worksheet and virtual reality project kickoff template.