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Virtual & Augmented Reality for Vocational Courses: Age 18+ years

Applying new skills in safety

VR in Education for Vocational Courses and Training

Vocational training will really begin to feel the impact of virtual and augmented reality over the next year or so. The ability to experience training in 360 is invaluable – and imagine budding mechanics viewing a working engine from all angles without leaving the classroom. All this is possible right now with ClassVR.

Experiencing Workplaces

As students progress in their vocational education, they will have learnt about their workplace in theory but visiting in person can be difficult and expensive to achieve, particularly those in hazardous or potentially unsafe environments.

VR use case:
Using ClassVR, tutors can take students through 360-images and videos and let them experience what the work environment can look like, identifying any risks and showing the inside workings of the building, as well as providing context on where they are going to be working in advance and providing opportunities to revisit challenging situations at their own pace.

Using ThingLink’s Interactive 3D Models in ClassVR

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Learning Skills

Students are not the only learners; educators and course leaders continue to share and develop their skills as part of their professional development. For vocational courses, there’s a balance between knowledge and learning through practice.

VR use case:
With ClassVR, you can record and revisit scenarios again and again without additional expense of inconvenience. As a future educator you can capture a class as a 360 video and observe the class in detail, seeing and hearing what is happening to deepen understanding around lessons and activities.

Guest Blog: Re-envisioning Teacher Education and In-Service Professional Development with ClassVR

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Situation Understanding

For hands-on vocational courses it can be important to understand procedures or protocols for certain situations that unfold in the workplace.

VR use case:
Using ClassVR, students can become fully immersed in different situations including realistic, hard-hitting experiences scenarios such as road accidents and dangerous driving, demonstrating the importance of road safety first-hand.

Improving Road Safety with Virtual Reality Experiences

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1000s of Curriculum-Aligned VR & AR Resources for Vocational Courses

ClassVR comes complete with thousands of VR & AR resources, lesson plans and ready-made worksheets that can be easily integrated into your existing lessons to enhance learning.

  • Covers a multitude of subject covered in the curriculum
  • Includes 360 images, videos, 3D models and explorable scenes

What content is available? Download our list of available content

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