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The Impact of Immersive Learning in Numbers

4x

FASTER TO TRAIN THAN TRADITIONAL 

CLASSROOM

400%

INCREASE IN ROI THROUGH COST SAVINGS 

90%

REDUCTION IN SAFETY INCIDENTS POST VR TRAINING 

50%

REDUCTION IN TIME FROM TRAINING TO IN-FIELD OPERATIONS 

Skilled Trades

Enhancing traditional training and transforming operational management with technology.

Our Impact

We have proudly served the skilled trades community for over 28 years, and have grown to support some of North America's largest and most recognized skilled trade organizations.

From complex dispatch systems with workflows tailored to unique trade rules, to membership management solutions that streamline dues collection, skills tracking, and report generation — we understand the needs of the skilled trades.

Don't take our word for it. 

See what our clients have to say.

Bringing the Training Vision to Life

IBEW Local 353 Education and Training have been working with the LogicalDox team on the development of VR training programs to augment some of our existing courses.  Throughout the entire process from the first initial exploratory meeting to determine what types of training we do and our “vision” for integrating VR training the LogicalDox team have been amazing.  They took the time to meet with our SME’s to understand not only the topic but how the instructor and students interact within their classes.  Their team provided a very comprehensive Statement of Work and have met all of their objectives as specified on time.  The level of professionalism and attention to detail is 10 out of 10.

IBEW Local 353 Education and Training Centres 

Susan Boorman, Director of Education and Training 
MRC Success Story

Success Story

Check out our latest case study on a Membership Management and Dispatch System

Millwright Regional Council - Canada:

Transforming the Operations Behind a Safe and Skilled Workforce

Success Story

Check out our latest case study on Recruiting, Training and Managing New Apprentices:

Hammer Heads:

Breaking Barriers and Building Futures in Underrepresented Youth

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