Digital transformation is about reimagining how you bring people, data and processes together to create value. In this rapidly transforming business environment, the need for an adaptive workforce will change learning and development (L&D) and its methods.
By understanding a skill abstractly, we can plan, we can reflect on what’s working and we can improve. But to actually do the skill, we must experience that doing, which is why skeptics have always had their doubts about traditional training.
Immersive and experiential training methods are successful because they involve all of the senses and provoke a visceral response. The experience enables learners to assimilate new information quickly and retain it much longer.
Simutech Multimedia, the leading provider of simulation training used by over 500 global manufacturing and industrial companies, launches a new 3D simulation-training platform designed to help equip operations and maintenance professionals with skills.
The human element behind today’s economy is being asked to do more than ever. The workplace is more connected and demanding than ever. New technologies like microlearning and mixed reality are helping training professionals prepare workers.
The experiential nature of virtual reality enables learners to retain knowledge and acquire skills in a way that video and text cannot match.
Immersive learning experiences company RegattaVR was inspired by the sailing term. A regatta is a collection of boats sailing with a common goal facing the same conditions. They have to make intelligent adjustments to safely reach their destination.
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