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.
Valeur Group was founded over ten years ago by Lorenzo Vangelisti and it is gaining momentum thanks to the offering of investment solutions with high added value. One of its latest activities is the acquisition of the London-based digital platform for trading structured products LinkedTrade. Valeur Group’s company profile Valeur Group is a modern company […]
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.
Products from the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, are now being used in 190 countries around the world. So, the search is on to add, as eCom customers, those few countries where eCom’s eNetSuite of products are not in use.
These days – thanks, in part at least, to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic – people in all sectors of the economy are learning to cope with such concepts as remote work, home office, teleworking, hybrid and flexible work arrangements. Consequently, organisations now need to develop strategies and systems to support this workforce, including […]
The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, is offering help to the UK’s 12,000 or so retail pharmacies – in particular, to help meet pharmacists’ need for education and training on digital technologies.
“With … support from these online learning materials, Scotland’s healthcare could be well placed to meet its current and future challenges efficiently and cost-effectively.”