We believe in performance management. Therefore we develop VR training applications. By training in VR you do not only save a lot of time compared to the current practical training methods, but these VR training applications are also completely measurable. We measure the performance of each trainee to gain insight about the skills of the trainee, to see where there is room for improvement and how the score is compared to other trainees.
Learning by doing
Traditionally mechanics and technicians are trained at a machine under the supervision of a trainer. This method is labor intensive, unsafe and unproductive. Machines need to be shut down temporarily, productions are falling behind and it costs a lot of money because the procedures need to be repeated several times.
In the last years e-learning has become an important part of a training. But research shows that by using e-learning as a training method a trainee just remembers 30% of the information. However, learning by doing has a retention rate of 80%.
But what is a successful method of learning practical skills? With the VR training applications developed by our enthusiastic team of developers and educationalists you can train in a scalable and safe way without shutting down machines and processes.
We believe in the performance index
In our current society theoretical knowledge is higher valued than practical skills. Nevertheless we all search for professionals: people who practically apply their learned skills and problem solving abilities.
But it can be problematic to determine when some one is a professional. With the performance index we make skills measurable. Next to an IQ and EQ some one gets a SQ: the skills quotient. With this method it is possible to measure if someone is a professional.
Our team of professionals has been working for many years on this philosophy. We make the SQ tangibly by collecting data from our VR training applications. By using these data you can measure the quality of the skills of the trainee, how he or she acts in complex situations and where there is room for improvement.