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Soft Skills VR Training

By October 17, 2023No Comments

Soft Skills VR Training

In today’s rapidly evolving professional landscape, technical expertise is vital, but the mastery of soft skills truly sets individuals and organisations apart.

MOONHUB has just released our state-of-the-art Soft Skills Training Module which is set to redefine you and your organisation’s training. 

Redefining Training

VR training has emerged as a transformative force, refining training methods across various fields. By immersing trainees in realistic, interactive simulations, VR technology creates an unparalleled learning environment. In corporate settings, employees can undergo VR training to enhance their soft skills by engaging in lifelike scenarios that mimic real workplace challenges. The immersive nature of VR allows trainees to learn by doing, making the training experience more engaging and memorable.

Moreover, VR training can be customised to meet specific learning objectives, ensuring that individuals receive targeted instruction tailored to their needs. This personalised approach not only refines training but also accelerates the learning curve, ultimately leading to more skilled professionals across various industries. Learn more about our bespoke offering by contacting us here.

CPD Certified

Co-curated with Robert Kirby, founder of People People, a professional Training and Coaching business with a mission to help people feel more enriched, enlivened, and emboldened both in and outside of work.

Training Content

The duration of scenarios is approximately 5-10 minutes however, this will depend on each person’s reading speed and capabilities.

  1. Introduction
  2. Reading Others
  3. The Human Voice
  4. Body Language
  5. Active Listening

Learn more about our training content here.

The Stats Don’t Lie

According to a study by LinkedIn, 92% of talent professionals believe that soft skills are just as important, if not more important, than hard skills. Shockingly, only 37% of employers feel that their entry-level employees have the necessary soft skills.

According to Deloitte Access Economics, soft skill-intensive occupations will account for two-thirds of all jobs by 2030, compared to half of all jobs in 2000.

A pie chart displaying how soft skill-intensive occupations will account for two-thirds of all jobs by 2030 (60%)
Two block which includes two stats. One of which is 92% of executives agree that there is a gap in workforce skills and 44% also believe that people lack sufficient soft skills to help businesses succeed.

Why it’s Important

Top Priority

91% of talent professionals agree that soft skills are very important to the future of recruitment and HR.

Valuable Asset

Recent studies found that 59% of surveyed hiring managers and 89% of executives reported difficulty recruiting candidates with the requisite soft skills.

Positive-sum Investment

One study by MIT Sloan found that a controlled, 12-month soft skills training trial in five different factories yielded a 250% ROl in just eight months.

Want to find out more? Contact us here.