On-the-job training can be serendipitous depending on the department, hospital or region a health professional is working in. There is variation in training methods as well as actual techniques used by trainers. Virti provides you with the tools to more conveniently deliver training and the data insights to then standardise learning and translate this into clinical practise with the goal to improve human performance and therefore patient safety.
Remote Immersive Training
Our platform helps you to engage and effectively train your healthcare workforce remotely. Bespoke training content meeting your organisational goals can be deployed at scale with a focus on infrequent, high-risk clinical events together with soft-skills training for health professionals at all stages.
Designed by simulation experts
Reduce costs vs physical, in-person training
Train more professionals in less time
Make mistakes in simulation not on real patients
Personalised, objective feedback on performance
Equity of Access
Improve health training globally regardless of location
Access to high quality experiential learning in healthcare is serendipitous and dependent on location, geography and resources leading to inequality of access
Practice Safely Under Pressure
One of the big issues with traditional, face-to-face training is recreating the stress and emotion of real clinical practise and being able to collect data on performance at scale. We help you deliver immersive training simulations that allow your health professionals to make mistakes and learn from them in a safe environment.
Improve Knowledge Retention
Deliver on-demand, just-in-time training to your workforce using cognitive learning insights to reduce skill-fade and deliver ROI on training spend.
Reduce Anxiety and Stress
Health professionals who feel underprepared and work beyond their limits risk burnout and are more likely to make errors.
Scale Training Fast
Use our remote assessment tools and gamification to engage health professionals and ensure they are up-to-date with new guidelines.