I don’t offer courses, but I have a question for you. Is your VR project something that you need people to walk around in like in a game or just stand there look around in 360 VR? If it’s just the 360 option then Cineversity has a great plugin called VR-Cam. You can only get this by being a premium member of the training site. If you have the MSA for C4D then you already are a premium member. It’s not as cool as using UE to move around, but it creates good results. I built a car showroom render out with this plug-in for use with all the viewers like Google Cardboard, ViewMaster, Samsung Gear, etc. It also works just in YouTube with the mouse or you phone without the viewer.
You can view it here: https://youtu.be/xFPjMTF_q6g
If you’re on a mobile device, you must be on WiFi to get the full effect. Always run VR in 4K mode in YouTube or it will be jaggy. Good luck!