Redefining operational efficiency, conversation with Andy Kozak from JetBlue

Employees demand richer, more engaging work experiences from the moment of hire, and for all types of companies today, operational excellence is mandatory. But the way we prepare today’s workforce is outdated. Only 36% of employees feel they’ve been given the knowledge they need to excel in their roles.

Immersive technologies like Virtual Reality (VR) enable a fundamentally better way to properly equip your employees to excel at their roles and prepare for high-stakes situations.

Watch our webinar to find out how real-world simulation provides real-world behavioral change in the workplace, and how you can elevate performance with Immersive Learning.

We’ll be discussing:

  • How leading companies use VR-based training for operational excellence
  • Why Immersive Learning excels at preparing employees for rare, dangerous or expensive situations
  • What neuroscience has told us about the benefits of VR
  • What unique insights come from Immersive Learning
  • How to get started


Andy Kozak, a middle-aged white male with glasses, smiling, a red polo shirt, and a black vest.

Andy Kozak

Head Manager, College of Technical Operations, JetBlue

About the Speaker:

Andy has been in the aviation industry for more than 36 years. He currently serves as the Manager, College of Technical Operations at JetBlue University, which provides all maintenance training for 700 maintenance technicians in 11 maintenance bases.

Dr Michael Casale, Chief Science Officer at Strivr

Michael Casale

Chief Science Officer

About the Speaker:

Dr. Michael Casale is a cognitive neuroscientist whose academic research focused on understanding the biological underpinnings of learning and memory, in particular how to optimize training for a variety of learning situations. He has led multi-million dollar research projects aimed at understanding how virtual technologies can be used to facilitate the effectiveness of behavioral therapy. Dr. Casale has been published dozens of times in notable peer-reviewed journals such as Memory & Cognition and the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

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