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NextWave VRWhy Virtual Reality?

Current safety training environments fall short of successfully educating a diverse workforce and maintaining high training retention rates. Instead, bare-minimum compliance standards continue to characterize a training curriculum delivered mostly in one language through lectures, handouts, videos, and online modules. Lack of meaningful hands-on experience leaves learners without the on-site, immersive training they require to fully recognize the scope of workplace risks and the best practices mitigating and prevent unsafe incidents. A worker’s first time driving a forklift or operating a crane should not be on-site; inexperience does not lead to the best outcomes.

Benefits of Virtual Reality:
Success with all learning styles
Eliminate risk and safety concerns
Reduce training budget
Repetition creates successful action
Effective and efficient for large and small companies
Applicable to every industry

VR TRAININGMore effective training, faster & at lower costs

Immersive training yields significant benefits to any industry sector where active, ongoing development of skills and first-hand, experiential learning are required, particularly industries that deal with complex products or high-risk tasks.
75% knowledge retention

75% knowledge retention

Compared to 5% from lectures and 10% from reading
90% median recall accuracy

90% median recall accuracy

Compared to 79% on desktop display-based learning
60% reduction in training time

60% reduction in training time

Compared to conventional learning methods
97% trainee acceptance

97% trainee acceptance

High number of students would like to do more VR training.

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NextWave’s Virtual Reality (VR) enhanced safety training is designed to reproduce practical scenarios in
a virtual environment. The result is that we provide safe and effective guidance for situations that are too
difficult, expensive, or dangerous to prepare for in the real world.