Before enrolling for those courses, could you imagine what your life at job would look like? Wish some of the highly labor intensive and jobs in those dangerous working conditions could provide a virtual reality experience of the job to the student. Well, Tulsa Welding School, the largest welding school in US is going to launch a 360 degree video for aspiring welders. The aspirants of various courses will be able to determine the actual environment they are going to work using the Virtual Reality Video.
This is a very unique way of engaging with the students and parents. The VR video highlights various places where welders perform their job such as a highrise buildings, on a dockyard working on ships or even in the shops.
Tuls Welding School offers various programs from professional welder to a welder specialist.
This is really a different and correct method of making someone understand their job. All the skilled jobs and particularly the labor intensive ones should provide such a virtual reality experience to students. There is less surprise, then. A better informed decision at the start of one’s career goes a long way in making her a better professional in the field of choice.
“Tulsa Welding School is excited to launch the 360-degree VR video at the FFA Convention & Expo” said Shelly Short, Marketing Director, StrataTech Education Group. “It definitely connects with the students and parents and helps students to identify many career opportunities available for welders.”
Tulsa plans to interact with the students and parents using live Facebook events, Instagram, and Snapchat geofilters.
TWS is going to distribute the Virtual Reality Cardboards. After the event, TWS representatives will also travel to various schools in the country to showcase the 360 degree video.
So there we go. We have another unique application of Virtual Reality. As we always say the possibilities of VR are only limited by the limitation of your own imagination.
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