Immersive learning—is now one of the fastest growing segments of the $200 billion plus corporate training industry.
In a recent brief published by HR Dive, JFFLabs' 2020 Immersive Learning Technology report was featured as a new resource for the human resource (HR) industry. According to the brief, VR and AR and related technologies have emerged as one of the top HR industry trends going into 2020.
JFFLabs' scan comes at a time when corporate leaders, HR included, are looking to understand and apply the potential of immersive learning, and related forms—virtual, augmented, and extended—to help frontline and middle-skill workers acquire the skills they need to advance in their careers and prepare for an increasingly dynamic future of work.
The brief cites industry analyst Josh Bersin in a statement accompanying the report:
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Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy
As this report describes, immersive learning is built on decades of experience in technology-based training, and it is now one of the fastest growing segments of the $200 billion plus corporate training industry.