HNI unveils metaverse business course

HNI has announced the launch of a unique, interactive training course that aims to help businesses understand the benefits and opportunities of the Metaverse. The new initiative will aid in the development of local knowledge and skills in what is expected to be the next great technological platform, with analysts predicting a market opportunity of $800 billion.

HNI program will provide trainees with a comprehensive overview of Metaverse technology

The curriculum will provide learners a thorough understanding of Metaverse technology and how it is projected to influence various industries. It will cover a variety of topics, including the relevance of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, as well as the Web 3.0 revolution. The curriculum will also look at how the Metaverse affects people’s minds and try to forecast how the Metaverse will evolve in the future.

The new direction comes as the UAE government prepares for a new age of digital reality and human-computer interaction in service delivery. “The inauguration of the world’s first Metaverse customer satisfaction service center by the Ministry of Health and Prevention is one example of how the UAE is leading the way in this technology,” Hanan Nagi, Founder and CEO of HNI, said. Our goal with this course is to assist create industry knowledge and comprehension, as well as the ability that will enable this area to take advantage of this developing market opportunity.”

HNI is also launching a customisable program in Technology Intelligence

In addition to the Metaverse course, HNI is establishing a tailor-made Technology Intelligence program, with the goal of improving trainees’ knowledge and awareness of next-generation business trends.

In new technologies such as blockchain, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things, the course mixes academic learning and practical activities. It also looks at how automation, big data, and corporate platforms may be used.

“These technologies are reshaping our society, not just in terms of how we do business, but also in terms of how we engage in our everyday lives,” Hanan said of the rationale for the new initiatives. We’ve been using virtual and augmented reality technologies in our personalised teaching techniques at HNI for a while now, and we’ve seen how it improves the learning experience.”

HNI’s long-standing approach to learning consulting will be reflected in the new programs, which will offer face-to-face, digital, and virtual training solutions that are tailored to each client’s needs.


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