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A compilation of best practices: The Ultimate Guide to Immersive Learning

Since 2015, Virtual Reality-based training has gone from an innovative idea to a proven methodology known as Immersive Learning. 

Through more than 1.5 million training sessions conducted in VR and over 22,000 headsets deployed, Strivr has paved the way for Immersive Learning’s growth, while meticulously documenting the best practices for implementing at scale. 

Earlier this week, Strivr released The Ultimate Guide to Immersive Learning, a culmination of learnings from work with dozens of enterprises

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In the Guide, we reveal frameworks, methodologies, and best practices that have never been shared broadly before, giving you unprecedented access “behind the scenes” of an Immersive Learning deployment. You’ll learn how to identify the perfect fit for VR training, how to build the business case internally, what a successful adoption plan looks like, and how to generate excitement for learning like never before.

All of these best practices roll up under our proven 7-step process to Immersive Learning shown above, which has been battle-tested at scale and proven impact. Each step is integral to meeting your learning and business goals, and requires cross-functional expertise.

Most importantly for you, the Guide gives you the opportunity to become your organization’s expert on Virtual Reality-based training and precisely how to make it happen. If you believe in VR for learning and need to generate buy-in, the Ultimate Guide is your bible.

But don’t forget that you’re not alone. Strivr’s end-to-end solution is a combination of software and professional services, meaning our team will be there every step of the way to guide you in your Immersive Learning journey. In fact, Strivr CEO Derek Belch recently hosted an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session to answer questions about Strivr’s approach, what we’ve learned, and how we view the future of VR-based training.

Check out The Ultimate Guide to Immersive Learning, and reach out to us with questions, ideas, or to start a conversation.

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