Safety and liability are critical concerns for every company today. But traditional safety training is not effective.
Today, immersive technologies enable a fundamentally better way to properly equip employees to excel at their roles and practice split-second decision-making skills in a safe environment. Real-world simulation provides real-world behavioral change in the workplace, resulting in employees who are more engaged and better prepared.
Join Lou Tedrick, the VP of Global Learning and Development at Verizon, for a webinar on improving workplace safety with Immersive Learning.
- How Immersive Learning is transforming workplace safety
- The most common use cases and resulting business impact
- How Verizon has implemented and benefited from Immersive Learning
- Which data and insights are important and unique to VR-based safety training
- Tips on how to get started at your own company
Vice President, Global Learning & Development, Verizon
Lou is a Human Resources professional with expertise in organization development, learning and development, and employee relations. She is responsible for company-wide learning & development. She is also responsible for Enterprise L&D Systems, Knowledge Management and L&D Operations & Analytics. Lou manages a global virtual team of 900+ FTES.
Chief Science Officer, Strivr
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.
Vice President, Customer Success, Strivr