Traditional learning in a classroom or on a computer screen is built around a lecture. The trainee watches and listens passively with the hopes of retaining the information presented.
But what if we could do more? What if – instead of sitting our trainees down to watch and listen, we could give them the tools to do – to move and interact.
And what if we could do all of that without putting expensive gear and even the safety of your trainees at risk?
87% of learning is still
done through classroom
training. The average
attention span for adults is
7 to 10 minutes
Online training is far from
being as addictive as
Netflix TV shows! The
completion rate for online
courses is 15%
Employees say they can
dedicate only 1% of their
work hours towards
Learning & Development
Virtual Learning Experience Platform
Digital Transformation for Industry
Learning by practicing and repeating:
75-90% knowledge retention
Advanced Manufacturing Training delivered virtually in cooperation with national education and training bodies.
National Institute for Bioprocessing
Research and Training (NIBRT) and Boston
Consulting Group worked with Avatar
Academy to develop training material for a
complex manual process in a realistically
simulated cleanroom environment.
The team were approached by Camfil, a
Swedish Multinational to develop an
immersive experience that would allow their
customers to visualise their products in real
world scenarios. The experience was deployed
to Camfil's sales teams across the world.
Siemens worked with Avatar Academy to
develop a multiuser immersive experience
that would visualise what Siemens
software does for industry.