WorkPlaysVR uses virtual reality to provide an engaging and memorable experience
of working to support someone with a disability.

It creates opportunities to engage potential students and employees in meaningful dialogue about study
and work in the disability sector.

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WorkforcePlus delivers the WorkPlaysVR experience in a range of settings across Victoria including:

– Jobs fairs and expos
– Schools
– Training courses
– Disability services

WorkPlays VR has been created to engage early school leavers who are at risk of long-term unemployment and build their interest and enthusiasm in working in the in-demand disability sector through a Virtual Reality Work Experience game.

The resource was created for young people aged 15-24 years who are long-term unemployed or at risk of becoming long term unemployed, but has been used to successfully engage people in thinking about work in the disability sector across all demographics.

WorkPlays VR was originally delivered as part of a comprehensive program engaging young people in intensive training and supported work experience placements. (Link to sub-page summarising the history of the program)

The 20Squared Project:

Work Pl>ys VR Game Workforce Plus developed the ‘20Squared’ Work Pl>ys Virtual Reality (VR) Work Experience Game prototype to support young people at risk of long-term unemployment engage with the disability services sector as a potential pathway into work.