Upcoming Webinar: Career Exploration Using Virtual Reality for Career Practitioners and Employers

Work Prep is pleased to host our first webinar to introduce CareerLabs VR as a career exploration tool in Saskatchewan.  Please join us and pass on to your networks!

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Nov 10, 2020 01:30 PM – 2:30 PM Saskatchewan

Topic: Career Exploration Using Virtual Reality for Career Practitioners and Employers

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_32-rzgz4QGio_FZzyMBNIQ

Topic

Career Exploration Using Virtual Reality for Career Practitioners and Employers

Description:

At Regina Work Prep Centre we have recently introduced a new tool in career exploration!

CareerLabsVR a immersive virtual reality tool provides users the opportunity to explore, learn and discover a variety of career options through the immersive power of virtual reality. This virtual reality (VR) system not only gives job seekers tailored career information, but also the ability to see, hear, and experience the job… without ever leaving the Career Practitioner’s office.

CareerLabsVR allows the job seeker to immerse themselves in a career experience, something that has been missing from traditional career decision-making methods. Research indicates that 90% of what we see and do is retained, making CareerLabsVR incredibly beneficial in involving job seekers.

This webinar will explain how Career Practitioners and Employers can use Virtual Reality (VR) as a Career Exploration tool in ways that didn’t exist before or were simply not a cost-effective way to explore and evaluate ones suitability and skill for a career.

Work Prep currently offers 15 Virtual Reality simulations that you can learn more about here: http://workprep.ca/career-simulations/

The presentation will also contain information on how you can book a time to come in and try out our VR, or have us come to you so that you can experience first hand of the advantages of this technology.

Work Prep is a proud partner of the Ministry of Immigration and Training, who provides funding to support the delivery this program.

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