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CEO of the NCCCO Foundation, Graham Brent, and PhD& CEO of Authentic Testing, Wallace Judd, join ITI President/CEO, Zack Parnell, to discuss the NCCCO Foundation's recent study on how virtual reality can play a role in certification. The LITES opening music is "Pre-Game Warm Up" used under the Attribution-NonCommercial License courtesy of Audiobing…
 
How can heavy industry employees get real-time answers to all of their on-the-job-site questions? How are companies evolving to accommodate the incoming millennial workforce? RealWear devices can answer these questions and so many more. In this episode, Andy Lowery, CEO of RealWear, spoke with Zack Parnell, President of ITI, about how Andy and his …
 
How are companies building learning management systems to train their employees? xAPI and SCORM help companies design eLearning courses for their employees so that they can do their best work on the job. In this episode, Mike Rustici, CEO Watershed LRS spoke with Zack Parnell, President of ITI to discuss how Mike came up with the idea of xAPI and i…
 
How does the nuclear power industry ensure the safety of their employees at nuclear power plants? Programs like the HRCUG, Gen Ed, and STE are helping educate industrial workers of today and the future to maintain a safe working environment in nuclear facilities worldwide. In this episode, Gary Boles, Principle Technical Director for the Electrical…
 
How are energy companies supporting sustainable workforce development while bringing innovation and technology forward? We took a closer look at how companies in a city that is considered to be a technology hub are coming together to align workforce development and education, develop and demonstrate technology, and incubate business. In this episod…
 
When over $150 billion is spent on training and development in the US every year, we ask ourselves if there is any evidence that this time and money spent is contributing to the business' overall goal. How should this training be measured? Who should be held accountable? In this episode, we met with Kevin Yates - Leaning Measurement Adviser of Lear…
 
How can the implementation of technology effect construction job-sites all over the world? Bechtel Corporation uses applied data and analytics to solve large-scale construction issues involving productivity, operation, and job-site budgeting. In this episode, Pinky Gonzales sat down with President of Bechtel Equipment Operations, Jim Nolan, to disc…
 
How can United Rentals create a safer and more efficient working environment for people in the construction industry? Employees within the company are answering this question by meeting every Tuesday morning to problem solve and find cross-functioning solutions to construction industry problems. In this episode, Pinky Gonzales sat down with Helge J…
 
Inflatable scaffolding? Artificial clouds? These are some of the radical ideas that Bechtel Corporation employees have created that could help improve productivity and safety performance at their construction sites. The creators of these ideas are told to, "Shoot for crazy, because genius is just shy of crazy." In this episode, ITI CEO Zack Parnell…
 
Why would a company with over 1,000 locations in North America look to virtual reality to reach and support its customers? Jim Dorris, United Rentals Vice President of Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability, describes the process UR has gone through with its training and technology partners, Serious Labs and ITI, to bring "astronaut grade" …
 
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