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Breaking the Myth – How much does VR training actually cost?

By January 9, 2023No Comments

According to 2020 government figures, employers invested around £42.0bn in training each year, with an average spend of £1,530 per employee in the UK.

Traditional eLearning courses with interactive and engaging content costs vary from:

30 minute £8-£20
1 hour £10-£35
2 hours £20-£40
5 hours £50-£100
An annual subscription to complete qualifications is likely to cost from £1000 to £2000.

At MOONHUB we offer cost-effective Virtual Reality Training for all of your corporate needs.

Our Virtual reality training value is valued at £14-£24 per user monthly, a fifth less than the average spend per employee in a year.

Our hardware of choice is the PICO G24K, which can be purchased through our shop at the retail price of £270. Our yearly plans grant each user our library of corporate essentials, IO. In 2023, our IO suite will boast content such as D&I, Health and Safety, Workplace Mental Well- Being, Manual Handling, Conflict Resolution, Fire Awareness and more.

And if you want to upgrade, we will turn your training dreams into virtual reality with our MOONHUB Studios’ bespoke training offering.

Our plans are tiered by user seats, allowing one learner to have unlimited access to every training experience, anytime and anywhere.

What puts MOONHUB ahead of other competitors?

Compared to other VR Training providers who provide CGI-type training, MOONHUB offers real, 360 degrees training specialising for your business needs. At MOONHUB, we ensure we work closely with our partners to offer them the best training they can get at an unbeatable price point.

Is Virtual Reality training worth it?

Business owners may be reluctant to abandon traditional training methods. However, companies which implemented VR have reported that their learners were 275% more confident to apply new skills on the job and they were up to four times more focused than e-learners and completed training four times faster than those learning in a classroom.

Within the environment, there is a limited chance of distractions you might associate with a classroom-based learning environment. In an immersive VR, your attention is absorbed by the training and you are 4 times more emotionally connected, making you retain up to 75% more knowledge.