Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have long been considered potential game-changers for training. The ability to simulate various scenarios that are difficult or expensive to replicate in real life has the potential to simultaneously improve training outcomes and lower costs. VR Training in Law Enforcement According to a report by Lester Holt for […]
Tag: training technology
Experts like to spend a lot of time on corporate and enterprise-level human resources (HR), learning and development (L&D), and training trends. But the fact remains that 99% of the businesses inside the United States are small businesses and not corporations or enterprises.
Not every training program is designed to serve every employee’s unique learning needs. Different job functions and different departments obviously have different purposes and roles, meaning these employees’ training needs are going to vary.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has great potential to fundamentally change our world in areas from education and art to military, science, and business, among others. The potential changes are so great that it’s hard to wrap our heads around just what to expect.
Technology has long been a huge catalyst in business and economic advancement. We often think of these advances in the context of efficiencies in production (assembly line and robotics), transportation (railways and automobiles), or communications (telephone, Internet, and video conferencing).
Technology just seems to make so many things better and more efficient, doesn’t it? That’s especially true in the workplace. Think about how much more time would be spent in your day-to-day work life if you lived even 50 years ago, with no Internet, no word processors, no e-mail, and not even a fax machine.
Research and statistics show that virtual reality (VR) in corporate training will reach a value of $2.8 billion by 2023 and that VR has several benefits for the learning and development (L&D) industry. But if you want your employees to experience those benefits from your VR learning initiatives, there are five essential elements you must […]
As you may already be aware, learning and development (L&D) will be one of the most innovative departments over the course of the next decade, primarily because of the new technology that L&D departments will use and implement moving forward.
Yesterday’s post detailed what scenario-based learning is, and today’s post will highlight six best practices for implementing scenario-based learning.
Now that virtual reality and augmented reality are getting a lot of attention in the learning and development (L&D) space—and are projected to be worth around $2.8 billion by 2023—you’ve probably started hearing more about scenario-based learning, too.