Revolutionise your training
with Virtual Reality
Ready to step into the new dimension of health and social care training?
Social Care training has just been taken up a notch!
White’s Training is one of the first Social Care training providers nationally to combine training and VR to give you a real immersed learning experience.
Digitising health and social care training by using VR/AR will allow learners to have more interaction and greater subject retention. We are bridging the gap between the classroom and the real world.
Have you ever wondered what’s happening to the brain during a stroke? Or, what good cardiovascular function looks like? Now, you can develop a stronger understanding of what’s happening with our physical, neurological, and musculoskeletal health with the use of virtual reality.
Integrated virtual reality experiences
Virtual reality allows learners to experience their learning topic in a completely immersive way and deepen their understanding to positively impact how they deliver care for those that they support.
Here’s just a few of the training courses that we are able to include virtual reality experiences within:
- First Aid (Basic Life Support)
- Catheter and Stoma Care
- Dysphagia Awareness
- Moving and Assisting
- Fluids and Nutrition
- Epilepsy Awareness
- Dementia Awareness
- Wound Care
- Manual Handling of Objects
- Stroke Awareness
- Diabetes Awareness
Get in touch. We’re here to help.
Virtual reality training experiences are best delivered in person, where learners can use our headsets themselves and feel fully immersed. We’re able to provide in-person virtual reality training across England, Wales and Scotland and would be happy to provide more information to you about this.
Alternatively, virtual reality training can also be delivered over online learning sessions on Microsoft Teams, where we will share the display from inside the headset directly on screen as a visual aid as we are discussing the physical intricacies and implications within the topic.
Frequently asked questions
How many people can attend VR sessions at any time?
What is the duration of each session?
Can I use VR if I have medical conditions which affect me?
“When you recruit new staff, especially if they’re not from a care background, the problem is creating an environment that is as realistic as possible as the scenario that they’re actually going to be working in.”
Emma Croston, Learning & Development Professional