**This event is reserved for businesses/institutions/organisations operating in the life science and healthcare industries only**
Imagining the future: Productivity Club in collaboration with SULSA and Edinburgh College presents: How virtual reality could revolutionise skills learning in the life sciences sector
Location: Edinburgh College (Sighthill Campus), Bankhead Avenue, Edinburgh, EH11 4DE
Speakers: Dr Ivan Wall, co-founder, FourPlus Immersive; Dr Ruth Paterson, Head of the Nursing Subject group Edinburgh Napier University, Arron Greig, Sales Development Manager, Nucleic Acids, Cytiva.
Productivity Club has partnered with the Scottish Universities Life Science Alliance (SULSA) and Edinburgh College to offer a unique event to businesses in the life sciences and healthcare sectors.
Have you ever considered how you might use Virtual Reality (VR) to train your team? Have you wondered how this technology could help you reduce your overall training costs e.g. labs or trainers and increase your productivity? Curious to have a sneaky peak at first-hand process-based training programme on VR?
If these are the questions that you have considered within your business, this is the event you are looking for.
In this interactive session you can expect to hear from a VR content developer, an educator, and a business who designed its own VR training programme who will share their learnings and outcomes. You will have the chance to engage with the speakers directly and to discuss how their insights might be applied to your training strategy. There will also be other VR experiences and the opportunity to network and learn from your peers.
Edinburgh College is delighted to offer a tour of their award-winning Digital Care Hub prior to the event. Experience how using VR technology can teach empathy for those suffering from Dementia and aid in teaching technical and professional learning and skills.
09.00 – 09.30 Edinburgh College Digital Hub tour
09.30 – 10.15 Registrations and networking breakfast
10.15 – 11.30 Presentations
11.30 – 11.45 Q&A
11.45 – 12.05 group discussion