Within the oil and gas drilling industry – a key part of a sector that produced revenues of some $3.3 trillion in 2019 and comprises some 3.8% of the global economy – the use of online assessment (eAssessment) is demonstrably improving the assessment process, as well as streamlining the operations of organisations and, thus, providing […]
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The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, has become an active, enthusiastic supporter of Pawprint, the employee engagement app which aims to improve the environment by engaging and encouraging workers to be more ‘eco-thoughtful’. “We’re convinced that the Pawprint app’s combination of behavioural science with a fun, engaging approach encourages carbon-reducing habits that stick […]
The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, has helped the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to significantly improve the career prospects of the 11,000 people with sight loss in the UK who are currently actively seeking work.
Using eLearning materials developed by the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, the British Council is providing appealing, engaging and contextually appropriate learning experiences helping 13-to-19-year-old girls improve their digital skills and English language proficiency.
eCom Scotland is used to working with organisations in far-flung, often exotic parts of the world – including the far-from remote but no-less-exotic Bahamas.
Wendy Edie, Managing Director of the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, believes that producing an agile workforce committed to quality-assessed lifelong learning is the best way for businesses to thrive as climate change forces the adoption of net zero-aligned technologies and business practices.
Waste King, the environmentally friendly waste collection and recycling services specialist, has started regenerating its vehicle fleet by investing in its first electrically powered trucks.
According to the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, using technology to provide accessible assessments, available ‘24/7’, goes a long way towards helping professional institutes meet their mission-critical issues.
Following several major incidents, the energy industry is keen to use only those operations practitioners who, when responsible for delivering work used in safety-critical aspects of planning and executing wells, can demonstrate their competency.