Proven. Fast. Easy. How VR Training Drives ROI
Date and TimeWed, Jan 18, 2023 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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Different clients from different industries all had very different business challenges and learning objectives. But they have one thing in common: they all achieved extraordinary outcomes using VR training strategies. From a 400% ROI to $588,000 in savings, the myth that VR is too expensive and too complicated is proven outdated and wrong.
Join John Blackmon, the CTO of ELB Learning (formerly eLearning Brothers), to see real examples from multiple clients including Transition Associates for Fendi, Vanderbilt University’s School of Nursing, and more.
- Why VR is growing in popularity and getting better results than traditional eLearning
- How immersive learning is created and delivered
- When to use VR and common use cases
- What the content creation process entails
- How return on investment is measured
- How to get started
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About John Blackmon
As Chief Technology Officer for ELB Learning, John is responsible for all aspects of development and strategy for the company’s eLearning products. Prior to joining ELB Learning, John was Co-Founder and CEO of Trivantis, where he created the flagship products, Lectora and CenarioVR. John was also Co-Founder and Lead Engineer at BocaSoft, a company that created various software utilities for the OS/2 operating system. His career started at Electronic Data Systems, where he designed a number of automatic identification systems with various technologies for plant floor applications at General Motors, followed by time spent at IBM working on plant floor data collection, and then design work on the OS/2 operating system. At IBM, John was awarded a patent for his work on seamlessly running Windows applications under the OS/2 operating system. John regularly speaks at various eLearning industry events on topics ranging from xAPI to VR, and has a patent pending on his work for Responsive Course Design. He also received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology.