- 39% have adopted VR for training in their organisation
- 64% said that employees ‘love’, or are ‘completely blown away’ by VR for training
- 62% said VR has helped them make incremental improvements to learning outcomes
- 53% said VR had the most potential for ‘high risk’ training
A new report out from HP and Corinium suggests L&D might be ready to make greater use of virtual reality in training programmes, which, until now, is firmly in the 'early adopter' phase of its life cycle. The report asks if the pandemic is ushering in a new age for L&D and how L&D might now seek new opportunities to engage employees through the use of immersive tech. The report explores the use case for virtual reality and where it's breaking through.
The survey was carried out in June and July 2021 with 100 learning and development leaders from retail, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, construction, and aviation industries.
The reports runs to 20 pages and is freely available from Corinium: How VR and immersive technology are shaping Learning and Development.