Empowering people with skills

Explore, Engage and Experience

Skillful empowers people to learn valuable skills. The team behind Skillful dreams about making immersive training more accessible and affordable for everyone. Skillful is built using the HyperSkill tool. 

Skillful includes a growing number of simulations for a variety of skills ranging from Aviation to X-ray. You can request new simulations here. To help learners at various stages, Skillful organizes simulations into three progressively more detailed levels

  • Explore: Explore a field by jumping into an immersive simulation. See what it’s like to walk in someone else’s shoes for a few minutes. Dip your toe in.
  • Engage: Dive a little deeper. Try out more scenarios in a field. 
  • Experience: Continue your journey in your chosen field. See what the professionals in your field go through. Tasks get more detailed, difficult and realistic.

AI-Powered With Voice and Vision

No-Code Authoring


Reusable Repository


Video Based Scenarios


Realistic Graphics & Interactions

Rich Data Capture & Insights

Assessments & Certifications

Integrations With LMS, LRS and More

Multiplayer Collaboration


Gamification Engine

Support for All platforms - VR, AR, MR, Web, Mobile

Easy to Maintain

Validated for Outcomes


Branching Dialogue & Interactions

Personalization & Adaptive Learning


Designed for Agile Deployment

Growing List of Simulations included in Skillful

ARM Simplified

This is a simulation experience in the field of robotics where the user is tasked with putting a robot into maintenance mode and ensuring proper safety procedures are followed before allowing a coworker to work on it. The simulation presents the user with prompts to press buttons, turn off power, and use locks to ensure proper safety measures are taken. The simulation branches off depending on whether the user ignores safety prompts or follows the lockout tagout procedures.

Fire Extinguisher Training

This simulation is an interactive training tool designed to teach users how to effectively use various types of fire extinguishers to put out different classes of fires. Specifically, the simulation focuses on using foam fire extinguishers to combat class A fires. Through a comprehensive and hands-on experience, users are guided through the four-step PASS method (pull, aim, squeeze, sweep), which is the recommended technique for using a fire extinguisher. By completing the simulation, users will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to respond effectively in a fire emergency situation.

Blood pressure

The learner is in a virtual Medical Room with a patient on a bed and necessary equipment, including a blood pressure cuff and a stethoscope. The learner can use a tablet to access the patient's history and gather relevant information. Before beginning the procedure, the learner introduces themselves and explains the blood pressure checking procedure to the patient. The learner then performs hand hygiene, asks the patient to introduce themselves, and confirms their readiness to proceed. The learner places the cuff and stethoscope on the patient and inflates the cuff to take the blood pressure reading. The learner notes the first and last sounds heard while the cuff is deflating and removes the cuff and stethoscope. Finally, the learner answers any patient questions and ensures the patient is comfortable and informed about their blood pressure reading.

Pill counting

Pill counting is a step-by-step simulation designed to teach pharmacy technicians the proper process for dispensing pills. The user is prompted to use a spatula and medical tray to avoid touching the pills with their hands. The simulation guides the user through each step, such as opening a pill bottle, dispensing pills onto the tray, counting a specific number of pills, and returning the pills to the bottle. The user receives feedback throughout the simulation, and if they make a mistake, they are given a chance to try again. The simulation concludes with a message that the experience will reset, allowing the user to repeat the simulation or try another one. Overall, pill counting is an interactive and engaging way for pharmacy technicians to learn and practice pill dispensing skills.

Cashier and Menu Training

In this virtual training simulation, the learner is placed in a virtual restaurant space to undergo Cashier and Menu Training. The purpose of this simulation is to provide hands-on experience and training to learners in the retail industry, specifically focusing on cashiering and menu-related tasks.The learner will be presented with prompts to ask questions or utilize the prompts panel in case a voice intent is rejected. This interactive approach allows learners to practice their communication and problem-solving skills in a realistic restaurant environment.During the simulation, customers will place orders for specific food items and drinks. This training aims to familiarize learners with point-of-sale systems, order management, and customer service skills. They will have the opportunity to navigate through various scenarios, handle different customer interactions, and develop the necessary skills to provide efficient and satisfactory service in a restaurant setting.

Fault Diagnosis

In this Fault Diagnosis Simulation, we will work on a palletizing robot that is experiencing a fault. According to the technician's report, the error is related to the pneumatic lines, but the exact issue is unclear and needs to be diagnosed. To initiate the diagnosis process, we need to stop the flow of air in the system. Once the air is stopped, the pressure needle should drop to 0, allowing us to perform further actions. Finally, we can remove the red tube, complete the diagnosis of all components, and conclude the simulation by clearing the system. By engaging in this Fault Diagnosis Simulation, we provide learners with a valuable opportunity to develop their problem-solving skills, gain hands-on experience in diagnosing faults, and understand the importance of systematic troubleshooting in maintaining and repairing complex machinery

Bake a cake

This simulation aims to teach learners about the process of baking a cake. Baking a cake is a delightful and creative culinary process that brings joy to many. The learner is situated in a virtual kitchen space equipped with all the necessary ingredients and kitchen equipment to bake a cake.Cakes are typically prepared from a batter, which is formed by combining wet ingredients such as milk, eggs, butter, oil, and vanilla extract, along with dry ingredients such as sugar, salt, flour, and baking powder.To create the batter, the learner will need to combine the dry and wet ingredients. This can be accomplished by employing an automatic mixer, which efficiently blends the ingredients together.Once the batter is ready, it needs to be baked in an oven. The oven should be preheated to a temperature of 280°F prior to placing the batter inside.Upon completion of the baking process, the cake can be decorated with chocolate frosting to add a finishing touch.

Make a pizza

The learner is inside a professional kitchen with a modern state-of-the-art Kitchen set up. The learner has access to all the required ingredients and kitchen equipment to bake a pizza. The kitchen also has a poster describing the portion and quantity of the ingredients to be used in the pizza-making process. The learner starts by preparing the dough. The learner pours the flour, oil, sugar, salt, water, and active yeast into a large mixing bowl to prepare the dough. The contents are then transferred to a mixer bowl and placed under an automatic mixer to give it a nice mix. The dough is then rested to let it rise. Meanwhile, the pizza oven is preheated. After the dough rises considerably, the learner takes the dough and flattens it out on the kitchen counter using his/her hands. The learner then proceeds to add the tomato sauce, cheese, and sauteed toppings to the flattened dough and sets it inside the pizza oven to bake it. After a few seconds, the pizza is ready.

Bolt Tightening

Bolt tightening simulation is a virtual training tool designed to teach mechanical technicians the proper process for tightening bolts. The user is prompted to use a torque wrench and safety gloves to ensure proper safety and technique. The simulation guides the user through each step.After completing the bolt tightening simulation, the user is presented with a message inviting them to revisit the simulation to reinforce their skills or to explore other simulations to further develop their expertise in mechanical maintenance. Overall, bolt tightening simulation is an interactive and engaging way for mechanical technicians to learn and practice bolt tightening skills in a safe and controlled virtual environment.

Startup Procedures

Startup procedures simulation is a virtual training tool designed to teach aspiring pilots the proper process for starting up and preparing a prop plane for takeoff. The user is prompted to follow pre-flight checklists To ensure safe and efficient operation of the aircraft. The simulation guides the user through each step, such as conducting a pre-flight inspection, setting up the cockpit, starting the engine, and performing vital system checks. After completing the Startup Procedures simulation, the user is presented with a message inviting them to revisit the simulation to reinforce their skills or to explore other simulations. Overall, startup procedures simulation is an interactive and engaging way for aspiring pilots to learn and practice the critical skills necessary for safe and successful takeoffs and flights in a virtual environment.

Clear the fault

For maintenance technicians to learn and practice fault identification and clearance skills in a safe and clear fault simulation is a virtual training tool designed to teach maintenance technicians the proper process for identifying and clearing faults in industrial machinery. The user is prompted to use safety equipment and follow industry best practices to ensure safety and efficiency. The simulation guides the user through each step, such as identifying the source of the fault, selecting the correct tools and techniques to clear the fault, and testing the machinery to ensure it is functioning properly. After completing the Clear the fault simulation, the user is presented with a message inviting them to revisit the simulation to reinforce their skills or to explore other simulations .Overall, clear the fault simulation is an interactive and engaging way of trolling virtual environments.

5S Simulation

The 5S simulation is designed to train users in the principles of the 5S methodology, which is used to optimize workplace environments. The simulation presents a disorganized workspace and guides the user through the 5S steps of Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain to organize and eliminate waste. The simulation provides feedback and highlights areas for improvement, with the goal of creating a safe, efficient, and productive workplace. By completing the 5S simulation, users can gain valuable skills in organizing and optimizing their work environments, leading to increased productivity and improved workplace safety.

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How is Skillful different from other products?​

  1. Immersive: Skillful is a VR/AR-first product, though web and mobile are also supported.
  2. Affordable: Skillful’s price is FAR LOWER than other companies. For a school site, Skillful costs just $99 per month for unlimited students and devices. Skillful comes with a VR headset leasing option. The price for device lease is $1000 per year, which is also FAR LOWER than other companies. For a limited time, we are offering $500 per year, for 2 year contracts. Please use this link to purchase.
  3. Fast: Thanks to HyperSkill, new learning simulations can be created within days or weeks, not months. Tell us about a new simulation you would like to see included in Skillful.
  4. Authentic: The team behind Skillful built HyperSkill to serve leading enterprise companies in manufacturing, healthcare and other sectors. The knowledge and experience gained from building HyperSkill is applied to make sure that Skillful simulations teach authentic skills.   
  5. Fun: VR/AR technologies make learning fun.

How to buy Skillful?

Skillful price is $99 per month for one school site (building), billed annually ($1,188). Skillful is part of the HyperSkill Education license. To buy Skillful, please click here

Once Skillful has been purchased, an unlimited number of students and teachers from the school can access any simulation included within Skillful on an unlimited number of devices. 

To buy Skillful, please contact sales

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you provide VR headset lease option or would we need to purchase them?
    • We do provide VR headsets. We will ship them out to customers upon receiving the purchase order. The headsets will arrive with HyperSkill pre-installed and the device in kiosk mode.  Device lease cost is $1000 per year per device. Minimum 2 year contract is required. The device specs are as follows: Storage 256Mb, Elite strap with additional battery, carrying case included, as shown below. Please contact us to place an order.
  • Alternatively, customers can order their own VR headsets.  They are easy to order online. Please contact us and we will be happy to help. Our focus is exclusively on software. This enables us to focus on creating quality content and keep the price low.
  • How long does it take you to create new simulations?
    • We can deliver new simulations within a few days, unlike other companies which often take months. Please tell us about new simulations you would like to see included.
  • Does Skillful provide scores for students?
    • Yes, simulations provide scores and other feedback at the end each session.
  • Do Skillful simulations provide guidance to students?
    • Yes, simulations provide text and spoken guidance to students. It is also possible to turn off the guidance for testing purposes.
  • How do I cast or stream what the wearer of the device is experiencing to an outside display?
    • To cast or stream what the wearer of your device is experiencing you can follow the steps on Meta’s website found here. As long as your device is connected to the wifi you will be able to cast the experience to any other wifi-enabled device
  • What steps or setup do I need to do to gain access to the content?
    • To gain access to the content you will need to register an account at https://siminsights.com and purchase a subscription matching your needs. Then, after launching the HyperSkill application you will log in with the same credentials you used to register to gain access to the Skillful content as well as any of your other personalized content.
  • What access or setup is required to gain access to the Skillful library of content?
    • You need to purchase the educational content license. The directions to do so are above in the How to Buy Skillful section.
  • What protections are there to prevent misuse or unwanted access to content on the device?
    • If you are setting Skillfull up on your own device your device can be locked with an age restriction parameter on creation of your Meta account. On our provided devices, available through leasing, only the HyperSkill software will be able to be launched on the device.
  • Where can I find the HyperSkill platform?
    • HyperSkill can be found on the Oculus store. Just search for the term “HyperSkill” and you can find us on AppLab on the Oculus store and install it on your device.

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