5 ways to be a better remote trainer using augmented reality

15 Luglio 2020

That’s why you should definitely use augmented reality for top staff training.

To become the best remote trainer, the best tool you can use is augmented reality. Successful organisations of all sizes invest a considerable amount of time and energy in ensuring they are employing the right people.

However, after an initial period of training, many companies tend to shift their focus away from enhancing their workforce competences and towards gains and profits.

This is a short-sighted approach within companies as skilled employee’s are the mainstay of any business and if they feel neglected or undervalued they may no longer be productive to their full capacity.

That is why augmented reality is the best way for the formation of new generations.

why augmented reality is the best way for the formation

With the rise of digital technology, Millennials in the workforce expect their training to be delivered to them in a format that they understand.

They look at the more traditional training experiences as outdated and slow and they are probably right.

With today’s technology, the world of education has taken on a completely new and exciting dimension and the Augmented Reality applications in industry are at the forefront today.

We would like to outline 5 ways that we believe make it possible to be a better, remote trainer using AR.

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1) Using augmented reality for training allows you to exploit the basic digital knowledge of the new generations.

Companies will know that most of their employees are already knowledgeable in the use of modern technology because of the high usage of smartphones and other mobile digital devices.

It makes sense to take advantage of this by using AR as a training medium. From simple games to train in best practices to the more complex and specific items of machinery or procedures, AR can provide a training tool that your employee’s relate too.

2) Possibility to integrate training sessions with guests on the other side of the world.

In many fields of industry there is a global lack of qualified specialists. It can be difficult to call in a specialist who may have to travel vast distances and a great expense to provide you with the necessary help.

Augmented reality allows your employee’s to gain their expertise and knowledge from a specialist through the use of smartphones, smart-glasses, helmets etc. whilst receiving real-time guidance through specific tasks and processes.

3) With AR formation, employees will give you better feedback.

augmented reality applications in formation

Because of the interactivity of augmented reality, employee’s have said that training is far more useful and engaging than the earlier, traditional methods of training.

Training for many tasks in the false setting of a classroom can lead to employee’s having problems when asked to recreate the task out in the field.

The environment itself, with the noises, distractions and also the pressure of performing the task for real can all lead to costly mistakes being made.

Training in the AR environment can alleviate many of these factors giving employee’s the confidence to carry through the task.

4) Augmented reality allows you to work in 3D.

In traditional training people often have to translate 2D information into 3D. This can be a difficult task for even something as simple as assembling a flat-pack set of shelves.

Augmented reality eliminates the need to mentally swap between the two by allowing the user to be visually taken through the necessary steps.

It is also well known in the training world that hands on experience improves a persons ability to absorb information and carry out the required tasks quickly and efficiently.

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5) With AR you could increase the relationship of trust between you and your trainees.

Worker confidence and competence is greatly increased with the use of augmented reality training.

The device can transmit to the remote expert exactly what the trainee is doing and respond with immediate guidance and support.

There is also the ability to annotate the trainees view with additional instructions, even drawing a big red circle around the correct handle to pull or button to press.

In short, the trainee has the expert sitting right there beside them, thereby reducing the risks of costly and time-consuming errors.

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