SJP launches virtual reality training

'A greater degree of realism'

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Virtual reality role-playing was first introduced through the SJP Academy in September 2021, alongside in-person teaching, SJP said.
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Virtual reality role-playing was first introduced through the SJP Academy in September 2021, alongside in-person teaching, SJP said.

Wealth management group St. James’s Place (SJP) has rolled out virtual reality (VR) technology for training and role-playing across the business.

The financial adviser and employee training is one of a number of planned launches from SJP's learning & development team using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology, the firm said....

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