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Why use Immersion Studio?

Immersion Studio was created to revolutionise how the education and business sector trained its employees. Our award-winning virtual reality role play training platform offers live simulation training which can be easily accessed from a web browser, with no specialist equipment required. 

As the UK’s first simulation-based virtual reality role play training platform, it has dramatically reduced the cost of training employees in a variety of workplace scenarios. In particular it has helped to avoid the costly mistakes of having un-trained staff in risky or critical business situations without prior experience.

How does Immersion Studio Work?

All our sessions are live and interactive. A simulation specialist controls the avatars which have been created to provide a response in real time to emotions, responses and reactions of the participant.

Immersion Studio can then show a variety of situations with avatars acting through each given scenario, helping your staff member master a variety of skills, without the need to get real actors in to demonstrate role play situations. Our platform has a large bank of workplace experiences which your employees can work through or we can offer bespoke training packages with simulations tailored to company training requirements and more specific situations.

The major benefits of Immersion Studio

Our customers include global players such as Hilton Hotels, The Department for Education and the Co-Operative, that have a need for staff to practise challenging conversations or high risk situations.

Immersion Studio offers a safe environment for participants to practise events that they might not have had previous experience in before using our role play training. Putting an employee in a situation that they are not equipped to handle can lead to sickness, anxiety and poor well-being in the workplace. However, using Immersion Studio can greatly improve staff and business performance.

There are a wide variety of avatars with their own distinct personalities, giving a cost-effective alternative to hiring multiple actors needed for in-house role-play training.

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