In underdeveloped countries such as Colombia, less than 6% of the population with disabilities have access to higher education, which is why educational strategies are required for this population. According to the International Labour Organization, an average of 7600 people die every day because of work accidents or occupational diseases. In this sense, INKLUDO arises, a project that seeks to develop a series of immersive and inclusive tools supported by virtual reality and multi-touch screen technology to improve the learning processes of Health and Safety at Work. For this purpose, an analysis of the environment on inclusive educational needs was carried out, from which the conceptual architecture of the technological tools will be built. After that, a functional prototype of each of these tools will be developed and validated. The execution of this project is intended to contribute to inclusive education to the extent that the needs of students with hearing and/or motor disabilities are met by developing an innovative classroom strategy for learning a cross-cutting theme in any training area.