Multiplayer Co-Operative Scenarios That Gauge Employability.

Traffic Control

Use newly found powers of traffic persuasion to control the flow of vehicles in a construction site on a rainy day.

In the Traffic Control VR Scenario, participants must flip the sign (but not the drivers!) as they work with a teammate to ensure that traffic flow remains optimal and safe. Each participant communicates through radio and directs traffic safely to reach success—or the honking starts.

Traffic Control is one of the three VR Scenarios in the Soft Skills Assessment Series. Our Soft Skills Assessment Multiplayer VR Scenarios are a set of virtual reality, job-site training and assessment experiences that enable a cooperative experience for the learner. This series brings a sense of fun to a number of critical employment-based training games to encourage iteration and observation of soft skills and key employability dynamics so employers can assess future and current staff.

Each experience is designed to be 30-40 minutes long to fit into an organisation’s recruitment and onboarding process.

Measure Key Employability Dynamics

Attitude
Gauge how participants view a situation and how their attitude determines their behavior.
Teamwork
Witness collaborative efforts from each participant that help them complete the task.
Problem Solving
Assess participants' ability to handle difficult or unexpected situations and calmly identify solutions.
Communication
Look out for displays of effective communication skills such as listening, sharing ideas, and more.
Observation
Confirm whether or not participants pay attention to detail, avoid distractions, and recall details when required.
Affinity
Test if participants have a natural liking or understanding of the job at hand.
SkillsVR: Traffic Control  Features
  • Multiplayer co-op game
  • Engaging and immersive
  • Hands-on
  • Applied learning
  • Scaleable
  • Learner driven
  • Controlled risk
  • Problem-centric
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