February 12
Redefining Training at Work

At a Glance

How virtual reality is reshaping corporate learning and employee performance—and what that means for your company.

February 12, 2020

1 Market St #200, San Francisco, CA 94105

Technology is revolutionizing how we learn and grow. Virtual reality and other forms of immersive learning are moving out of Silicon Valley research labs and finding homes in offices and classrooms, and on the factory floor.

The business value of immersive learning is clear: It helps companies train workers more quickly, effectively, and efficiently. VR and other immersive technologies have been shown to improve employee performance by 70 percent compared to traditional training, and 93 percent of companies that have adopted immersive technologies say they’ve seen a positive impact on their business. Immersive learning also benefits workers and improves equity by making training accessible to new and different types of learners.

In this invite-only gathering, corporate leaders will experience and discuss the implications immersive learning technology has and will have on learning at work. We have an interactive day planned. Attendees will get hands-on demos of immersive learning tools, hear stories from companies that have embraced immersive learning, and get insider tips from industry experts. By the end of our time together, attendees will be ready to redefine what workplace training looks like at your own company.

Space for this invitation-only event is limited. For more information, email labs@jff.org for availability.

Immersive learning through VR has proven to be critical to scaling our training program at Walmart. With VR we can deploy consistent, engaging training that simulates real-world experiences.

Andy Trainor, Vice President, Walmart US Learning
Presented with Support From
JFF Impact Accelerator Partners
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