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For years we have trained the same, learned the same and responded the same. For over 3 decades our staff worked tirelessly to create full-scale exercises that were time-consuming, expensive and required massive amounts of coordination to see them well-attended. Now, in the new and exciting age of virtual reality, we are still creating those realistic field exercises but are making them available nationwide through our online academy.

We are excited about the new year as we are seeing training projects with the ability to reach tens of thousands rather than a few dozen.

Our goal has always been to use the very best actors, equipment and props to create the most realistic scenarios in the industry and have been proud to have brought these scenarios to departments and agencies all across the country rather than hosting them in one location expecting departments to come to us.

Virtual reality is being used more in more for training first responders. First responders, law enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics, and emergency medical service (EMS) staff, emergency managers, security workers, military personnel, and others are exposed on a daily basis to extreme stressors.  Now we can take our specialties and utilizing VR technologies for first responders maximize their training and exposure to various environments and scenarios, as well as contribute to the development of stress management capabilities. 

Virtual reality has been proven to improve learner recall accuracy, learning retention, and takes less time to train. More importantly, VR experiences have been shown to be more effective for trainees to apply the skills they learned in real life scenarios.

Additionally, a safety study conducted on miners using VR for safety training showed a 43% reduction in lost time from incidents since using virtual simulations. Adding virtual reality emergency training to first responder emergency and hazmat training programs is a simple way to get your employees hands-on training that is immersive and incredibly effective.

Emergency response training is an important part of preparing first responders for the various scenarios they may encounter in the field from hazardous materials to medical emergencies. Having an emergency response plan and classroom Hazmat training is a great start. But to truly prepare for emergencies, first responders need to practice real-life emergency response. In order to ensure trainees can respond appropriately during a stressful incident, they need experience in hazardous scenarios—which is hard to achieve in a classroom setting.

Response teams need a more immersive and effective emergency training system, and virtual reality can provide that. Virtual reality technology provides virtual simulations that feel very real, putting the trainee into scenarios where their true response readiness can be tested.

Set up an appointment today and learn more about how VR training reduces the time needed to train resulting in better learning retention while providing real-world experience without real-world risk.

VR in Response

Realistic VR Scenarios for Training Emergency Personnel

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Rural Mass Casualty. Active Shooter. Surge.

EMS Student Following Virtu-Safe Training

Disaster Response. Hospital Surge Training for EMS Students.

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