This is certainly one of the main reasons why immersion technologies haven't filled this world yet. Consumers are still afraid of accepting AR / VR, because of small user experience and technical issues. Most of them don't understand how to integrate and implement it into their business. Therefore, they usually prefer videos and PDF presentations.
However, advanced managers quickly realized that all specifications and tools are better kept in memory after physical contact and interaction. Videos, instructors, breakdowns have cost you all the time and still doesn't give you any guarantees of knowledge and professionalism by your employees. Military and medical industries were among the first who started using VR / AR trainings with direct practice but without any risks to people. The price of their mistakes on a new equipment will cost you a fortune or someone's life in the worst scenario. They have no chance and time for that.
You've got an opportunity to get ahead of the trend. Big tech companies like IBM, Dell, Oculus, Apple, Google, and Microsoft are non-stop upgrading their XR products. We are sure that by 2025, immersive technology will be as ever presented and handy as mobile devices.