Vocational training acquires exceptional value since it is all about the balance between gaining knowledge and building experience- learning through practice. The ability to work on different scenarios again and again with a learning purpose, in a comfortable way and without additional expenses, is a great advantage. Augmented reality is particularly powerful in this context. Seabery Augmented Technology is a pioneer global tech company in this field. Antonio Fernandez Perez, Business Development Manager at Seabery, in an exclusive interview with Skillman, explained to us how Augmented Reality is applied in TVET and the real value that it adds up to vocational training.
Leading the development of R&D projects focused on the application of Augmented Reality to education and skills training of professionals, Seabery strives to raise engagement and increase knowledge retention for students, through a wide set of innovative tools.
Antonio Fernandez Perez is one of the most active Skillman members and one of the protagonists of the Skillman Peer Learning Clubs, focus groups of experts who exchange insights about specific topics around TVET and draft policy papers, inclusive of recommendations to shape up the future of vocational training.
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