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Virtual Reality and Simulations in Online Corporate Training

Virtual simulations provide effective ways to train people for a variety of skills. Simulation training can be used to teach people how to incorporate new technologies into their job, or how to make the best use of the company’s particular technology. Simulation training is especially effective for teaching skills within the context of a particular environment. For example, simulation training can be used to demonstrate the operation of heavy equipment such as forklifts or construction equipment. Virtual medical simulations can teach clinicians how to perform medical procedures using new medical devices and interventional suites.

By combining virtual simulations with a wide variety of media, including live action video, 2D and/or 3D animation, voice-over narration, digital art, 3D interactive immersive environments, and text, images, and more, virtual learning can be developed into a richly interactive experience. Training programs simulate in-person instruction, monitor skills acquisition, and practice in realistic environments with a gamified approach instruction to remote elearning that is at once compelling, enveloping, and accurate.

Make use of advanced virtual reality simulations for your distance learning application and discover why DDA is considered one of the premier providers of corporate training services.

Virtual Simulations for Businesses

Virtual simulations can be effectively used for a wide variety of potential online corporate training applications, and offer unique advantages for many types of employee training. For example, businesses that rely upon heavy equipment can use virtual simulations to train their employees with processes and machinery in a realistic yet risk-free environment. Detailed scenarios using computer graphics can develop and test a user’s skills with construction equipment like bulldozers, backhoe loaders, and excavators. Moving and operating forklifts in complex and heavily trafficked warehouses or breaking down specific steps in manufacturing line controls are other potential examples where simulation training can familiarize employees with dedicated equipment before they operate the real thing. Virtual simulations have also proven to be highly effective for training employees on the maintenance and repair of equipment, with real time feedback in the field to address problems with vehicles and machines.

In the office setting, virtual corporate training simulations can help employees develop soft business skills such as time management, new business acquisition, customer service, and more. The immersive and interactive nature of virtual simulations allow for online corporate training that is both engaging and highly effective for a wide variety of virtual learning and employee training needs.

DDA’s corporate training services can incorporate virtual simulations into your next distance learning project.

Virtual Medical Simulations

The medical industry is at the forefront of advancements in online learning, and virtual medical simulations offer excellent advantages for the design and development of enveloping, interactive distance learning programs. For example, virtual medical simulations can be used to provide a realistic yet risk-free environment to hone skills, setting the scene and instructing clinicians on the use of new medical devices and interventional suites. Distance learning platforms can incorporate virtual medical simulations to improve a clinician’s diagnostic processes, or provide detailed instructions to perform new medical procedures. Virtual medical simulations offer precise, detailed, context-specific visual information wherever clinicians need to develop their skills. The removal of risk in the process of detailed procedural instruction also makes virtual simulation highly attractive for the medical education industry, where there is a desire to sharply limit risk in actual clinical practice. Online learning programs that employ virtual medical simulations provide a standardized training program to a mass audience that can be verified through testing and certification, also helping to lower liability. More organizations are moving towards lean operational standards, and virtual medical simulations can act as a vital component in an eLearning program that doesn’t require staff for direction and assessment.

DDA’s medical training and corporate training services can include virtual simulations to advance the standards of your online learning platform.

Example: Philips XperGuide Virtual Medical Simulation

Philips Virtual Medical Simulation

DDA leads the industry in developing virtual medical simulations, having created its first one for Philips Healthcare in 2010. The XperGuide virtual medical simulation design features an interactive immersive environment that reproduces the look and feel of an actual operating room. The simulation begins with a live action video delivered by a professional spokesperson in the simulated OR. They cover the details of the XperGuide interventional suite; what it does, how it works, and how it is used. A passive simulation follows, and takes the trainee step by step through the XperGuide cardiovascular procedure. Finally, an active simulation asks trainees to reproduce the procedure themselves, handing them the controls and requiring them to perform the operation according to the steps as laid out in the passive simulation. Users acquire feedback in real time, and can receive hints to correct any mistakes they make. Once learners complete the program successfully, they receive a personalized certificate of completion. The XperGuide was first named Philips Best in Class iPad App, and later brought DDA its first Tabby Award for Best Medical iPad App of 2012. The application proved so successful that Philips Healthcare even found doctors working on the app during their lunch break.

Virtual Simulation Development by DDA

DDA focuses on robust corporate training services for businesses and organizations of all kinds. Founded in 1994, DDA continues to be a pioneer in new digital and interactive multimedia technologies that help push the envelope of what’s possible and making the experience accessible to a broader range of clientele. DDA went from becoming the first digital photography studio in Pennsylvania to one of the first all digital video studios in the country. The company has developed one of the first SEO programs, created custom eCommerce platforms, designed and developed corporate and medical eLearning platforms, and produced compelling and effective virtual simulations. DDA has the comprehensive skill set required to find creative eLearning solutions that leverage the latest technologies for the most effective learning and training platforms currently available. A vertically integrated team of skilled professionals perform all services in house, with no outsourcing. This one-stop capability ensures full control of the design and development process, and allows for a dynamic client relationship and maximum potential value, making DDA among the top eLearning companies in the USA.

Explore this website further to learn more about the wide variety of eLearning technologies DDA can deploy in its online training platforms. Contact DDA today if you have any specific ideas you would like to discuss in greater detail.

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