Alternative Pathways to Career Success

Our hands-on, simulation-based training provides people with the skills they need to secure a job that offers them a better quality of life.

TRANSFR Overview


With TRANSFR You Can Make a
Difference in Your Community


Business & Industry

Hire and retain job-ready candidates, working with K-12, higher education, local government and communities to build training programs that scale, reduce onboarding training costs, and improve retention.


Local Government

Match candidates to employers for a long-term career path, with workforce and economic development agencies collaborating with community colleges, CTE schools, and local industry so people can quickly enter the workforce.



Provide innovative work-based learning, enabling students to acquire in-demand industry skills so they can interview with confidence and enter the workforce for long-term success.



TRANSFR is on a Mission

We are building the classroom to career pipeline by delivering training that gives people the skills they need to enter the workforce.

Our technology provides immersive training, shown to have higher retention when compared to video tutorials, slide presentations, or other training methods. We focus on developing a pipeline of talent for jobs that are going unfilled, working with technical/community colleges, high schools and workforce development departments while reducing cost and risk for employers.

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Experience Immersive Learning With TRANSFR

TRANSFR’s Virtual Training Facility simulates the type of training that takes place in a physical training facility. With one-to-one training from a digital coach who adapts to trainee performance, TRANSFR safely replicates an on-the-job environment anywhere — in rural areas, at home, in the classroom — without the overhead of a multi-million dollar training facility while reducing training time compared to a traditional training environment.

Explore Careers You Might Have Never Considered

There is a growing skills gap in the United States. This results from an outdated view or lack of awareness of opportunities in the manufacturing, automotive, and construction industries, as well as other skilled trades. Over half of the manufacturing workforce is set to retire by the end of the decade, making available millions of jobs that do not require a 4-year degree. 

TRANSFR gives students and job seekers a hands-on, immersive experience so they can examine career options that they may not have previously considered.