Timesaving, Cost-Efficient, and Engaging Training

Keeping your employees interested in the training information they are learning can be difficult. However, when employees are not retaining information, the chances of a workplace injury increase. How do we make training engaging?

The Solution:

Construction Ontario provides ready-to-go, out-of-the-box Virtual Reality and interactive e-learning training.

Mixed reality technology blends real-world objects with digital content that is interactive and in real-time.

Our training scenarios are developed under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) guidelines. Our courses are implemented with easy-to-follow yet realistic procedures. Each course is designed with experts in training, and all training modules include active user instruction, reinforcement of OSHA principles, and corrections/tallies of incorrect actions. 

What is Virtual Reality?

Virtual Reality (VR) is the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment where users interact using a head-mounted display or headset. Augmented Reality (AR) offers a composite view using real-world videos and images superimposed with interactive data or computer-generated images to enrich real-life experiences. It does not require a headset and can be delivered through smart glasses or portable devices such as your smartphone.

Combining both VR and AR is called Mixed Reality (MR). Here, real-world interactions are created to allow you to manipulate physical and virtual items using next-generation sensing and imaging technologies such as Microsoft’s Holo Lens 2.

Virtual reality, augmented reality, and the mixed reality industry is expected to grow by 54% in 2024 because this technology enables you to enter an inviting, interactive learning environment, where you experience sounds that separate the barriers between virtual and real worlds.

One Headset, Many Ways to Train

Our training platforms use VR headsets, where users can see, move, and interact freely with 3D virtual settings. Through enticing simulations, workplace training scenarios that are too difficult, expensive, or dangerous, such as hazardous materials spills or working from heights, become more practical, cost-effective, and safe.

Studies have shown the effectiveness of VR for soft skills training, this type of immersive training results in the following:


Virtual reality training improves knowledge retention, job performance, team collaboration, and workplace safety. It enhances productivity by an average of 32% and suits various learning styles.

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