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Realistic simulated environments for practising & assessment of skills.
Leveraging AR to leverage skills when you need them, where you need them. Ideal for just in time training scenarios.
Accessable, easy to use
Face to Face
Face to face training for those things best done in person.
Do I need to source and supply the hardware - virtual reality head mounted display (VRHMD) to use your XR training solutions?
Our VR CPR Digital training is suitable for remote workers
Our VR CPR training experience provides a unique end to end digital training solution to train CPR knowledge and skills.
Completion of the content provides accreditation for – HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
In short, it is using a variety of different technologies to deliver an engaging and immersive learning experience.
As such, there can be mandatory online content to be done before getting to the XR component. Simpler non-accredited courses may be done entirely in the XR environment.
We can offer both accredited and non-accredited training and/or assessment modules. These can be across technical or safety related topics. The courses on our development board at the moment range from performing a pole top rescue to commissioning a water dispersal pump. If you can think it, we can build it!
The XR practical assessment component uses an observation checklist, similar to what a trainer might have on a clipboard in the face to face environment. The XR software tracks the assessment points throughout the experience and can then report on them against a predefined outcome. In many ways, the XR solution provides more data and better data on the learners competency. For example, not only can the XR solution tell you if a learner completed the relevant rotations of breaths to compressions for CPR, it can also monitor the cadence and timing of compressions to the millisecond, or monitor how long a learner looked at an item when inspecting it.
In summary, the data that can be pulled from the XR solution is far more detailed than a human observer. Once the XR solution completes the assessment, one of our human assessors then double checks the results from the online and XR assessments before competency is granted.
Smaller organisations will generally use a JBHXR Experience Centre, whilst our larger clients will have the equipment on their nominated sites for use in their own time. The JBHXR solution is fully managed. All the client site requires is some clear floor space (3m x 3m), a power point and access to WiFi internet.
JBHXR then supplies a self-contained equipment rack that houses the headsets, providing charging and sterilisation of the units. Module and user data is then loaded on the wireless headset using our technology partner's (Snobal), cloud-based software platform. There is no need for a specialist PC or complicated IT requirements.
Once the headsets are set up to the client WiFi internet, all configuration is done from the cloud. JBHXR offers a help desk during office hours for those users that may need a hand.
Experience and immersion: We can add a lot more content to the XR world than we can our training centres. From hearing the yell of an injured workmate to seeing the sparks fly on a low voltage panel, there are so many things we can do in XR that we just cannot do in the training centre. XR gives us the opportunity to put the learner in a “high risk” situation whilst completely safe. This experience and associated decision-making is proven to lead to better knowledge retention.
Consistency: We can roll out training anywhere in the world, to as many learners as required with no change to the training materials or experience. This means the remote worker in Broome experiences the same learning journey as a worker from Sydney.
Capacity: With the XR solution, we can deliver large rollouts in a short time frame. There is no more waiting for trainers, training rooms or practical facilities. Larger rollouts can be done by increasing the headset availability.
Flexibility: A mobile workforce is always hard to coordinate and getting a worker out of the field means a decrease in productivity and associated hard cost of wages on top of the training expense. Having the XR solution on the client site means training and assessment can be done at a time that revolves around the workers availability, not the training companies availability.
Reportability: End of session reporting allows the client administrator to view details on all learners undertaking the course and identify those areas that are working well and those that may need some additional support.
Increased Productivity: Less time in a training room means more time on the job earning revenue.
Environmental: Less travel to the training centre and no more paper assessments means a healthier, happier environment.
The XR solutions can also be beneficial for training workers on a new piece of equipment, where whilst they may not have seen that specific item before, their existing skills will allow them to understand the new equipment from the XR environment.
We are happy to sit down and work out a pricing model based on workforce need down the track.
Best Virtual Reality (VR) Hard Skills Training Project
Best use of Technology in Learning