“We’re constantly looking for new ways to engage students and we’re excited to be working with YesVR to incorporate their LearnX Award-winning virtual reality designs into our learning experiences,”  

said Prosple co-founder Jeffrey Duncan

YesVR is excited to announce a partnership with Prosple to produce virtual experiences through virtual reality (VR) technology which utilises professional actors, 360° video, and stereo sound to create a highly immersive and visceral experience for everyone. 

Universities are now able to request custom work-integrated-learning virtual experiences across a range of industries that leverage YesVR’s educationally designed, cutting-edge virtual reality training technology. 

Employers can also incorporate VR into their virtual experiences for employee professional development and talent trials, enriching Prosple’s existing services and features.

VR training has a variety of benefits, as stated by PwC, such as; learning content 4x faster than typical classroom learning, learners were 275% more confident in applying what they were taught, individuals were 3.75x more emotionally connected to the material and VR training creates 4x more focused students with greater knowledge retention.  All of these benefits occur because VR technology is inherently more engaging, immersive, and memorable, as it enables the user to experience real-life scenarios through the easy to use VR headsets.  For more about YesVR and VR technology in our society, click here. 

“The value of having opportunities to apply and practice an understanding of analytical skills, current strategies, emotional intelligence, and critical thinking in decision-making is essential for a job-ready, future-ready workforce. YesVR scenarios are filmed in real-world environments and co-created with professional industry experts to produce quality training experiences in safe surroundings.”

says Dianne Flakus, YesVR’s Co-founder and Educational Content Director

For more information, please contact:

Dianne Flakus
[email protected]

Jeffrey Duncan 
[email protected]