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Deliver virtual training that inspires true change and develops new skills

VR learners are 40% more confident in applying what they’re taught* - and you can leverage that in your leadership, collaboration and teamwork development programs!

Do these challenges sound
a little too familiar?

People are tired of traditional training

You’re working hard to research and deliver the best training programs for your staff, but they’re just not interested in participating as they’re too busy with their everyday work.

Inconsistent results and quality

You wonder if the different trainers are going to deliver the same quality and value that you’ve come to expect and if the imparted knowledge will be retained in your organization.

Wasted work

You spend weeks creating development programs managers asked for — and frustratingly, they’re not being used.

You’re not alone


of 1,500 managers surveyed from across 50 organizations were dissatisfied with their company’s Learning & Development (L&D) function


of employees report that they don’t have mastery of the skills needed to do their jobs



of employees apply new skills learned in L&D programs to their jobs



of respondents to a recent McKinsey survey believe that training measurably improved performance.*


VR simulation
in a nutshell

VR Mission One is a multiplayer simulator, transporting users into the virtual environment of a submarine and a helicopter. The team is split into two units: Helicopter and Ship. Within each vehicle, individuals take on roles modeled after actual positions and the task of the crews is to jointly carry out the assigned missions.

In order to achieve success, each participant must cooperate and maintain control of their area of responsibility.

Learning & Development teams make better impact with Mission One

With Mission One’s VR simulation employees can learn:

Effective strategies for building an engaging environment
Develop crucial attitudes centered around trust and clarity, open communication, shared responsibility, commitment to the team and results.
Making decisions and managing the potential of team members. Especially in situations of stress, or a lack of clear, well-defined rules and guidelines.
Deepen the leader’s self-awareness and learn how to react constructively in situations of intense emotions so as to build committed teams that work together on improving their goals.


Want to know more?

Download a VR simulation program or book a demo

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