This study was conducted with the aim of investigating the satisfaction, re-participation, and safety consciousness effects of marine leisure sports safety education and virtual experience programs In order to achieve the above research purpose, the data were analyzed using a questionnaire for 300 students who took marine leisure sports-related subjects. Data collection was conducted for students who attended marine leisure sports by visiting each university in person to pre-process virtual reality-based programs from April to May 2022. 249 copies of data obtained through the data collection process were processed using the SPSSWIN 23.0 program. First, descriptive statistics were conducted to analyze the demographic characteristics of the study participants, and reliability verification was performed by exploratory factor analysis and Cronbach's α coefficient to verify the validity and reliability of the questionnaire. In addition, Pearson's correlation analysis was conducted to confirm multicollinearity between each variable, and a hierarchical regression analysis was performed to verify effectiveness. The conclusions drawn through the application of the above research method are as follows. First, the virtual reality experience program had the highest influence on the satisfaction and re-participation of the actual experience program, the pre-education effect and experience immersion of the actual experience program were high, and the faculty group was more satisfied and had a great influence on re-participation. Second, it was reported that virtual reality experience has a significant effect on the development of marine safety awareness in real life and virtual reality programs, so virtual reality experience is an important factor in fostering marine safety awareness, and the pre-safety effect of real life experience and the marine safety awareness recognized by parents.
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