This course is created for all organisations that want their employees to learn how to save a life, in the case of cardiac arrest.
This course is created for medium and large organisations that want their employees to gain essential First Aid skills, including CPR.
We can provide various training modules in the Health & Safety or other areas, either as supplement to the existing training modules, or as a standalone product.
Key benefits of immersive training for Enterprise include:
Experiencing a real-life scenario by VR simulation improves learning outcomes
Employees don't refrain from acting in an emergency situation, they feel prepared
Immersive technology provides a way to reduce training time for employees
All products have a user-centered approach with the aim of delivering engaging scenario training. Some training scenarios also incorporate ‘hands-on’ approaches by using external objects to deliver tactile feedback. Additional features of all courses are:
“Dual Good Health have been supportive through my entire process of onboarding. Always available to answer any questions that I had and assist with anything that they could help with. The course materials have met expectations and are going to be a great addition to my classes. In summary, the partnership has been an awesome experience and I wouldn't change anything! I would absolutely recommend Dual Good Health.”
Want something done differently? Let us know if anything of the customisation areas below can be useful to you, and/or feel free to suggest anything else.
Customisation of environment, including different setting, different object positioning and more
Addition of features to
the training content
that you think will be very useful
Positioning of your organisation’s logo and/or branding in the virtual environment
Let us know if you
require the language of the app to be different from English
All VR devices widely available on the market that are suitable for organisational use. This includes HTC Vive, Oculus Go, Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest (device to be released Q2 of 2019).
It depends on the type of device and training setting. If your organisation has a VR room already and/or is lookig to train each employee individually, even just one HTC Vive device may be enough. If group training is your preferred option, we recommend at least 3 headsets for a group of 12 people, which can also be Oculus devices.
Normally we don’t. Depending on your location, however, we may be able to. Get in touch and we will do our best to help out. Note that, to all clients, we always provide advice on hardware purchasing options.
Absolutely! With all our packages you get constant software support by a friendly and responsive team. We also add new useful features to the software quite frequently, which are available at no additional cost.
Yes, it does. The curriculum is strictly following the corresponding guidelines by official bodies such as Resuscitation Councils in Europe and American Heart Association in the US and internationally.