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.
When NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) and Photonet, the National Managed Clinical Network for Phototherapy in Scotland, wanted to re-design an interactive resource to develop the range of knowledge, skills and behaviours which promote safe and effective work with patients in Phototherapy settings, they turned to the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland.
In the light of growing demand for its products and services – taking its current turnover beyond pre-pandemic levels – the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland is continuing growing its investment in skilled digital skills professionals.
“… organisations in the gas industry are missing out if they don’t take advantage of the benefits of innovative learning and assessment technologies – including virtual reality – to develop their workforce’s knowledge, skills and competence faster, more effectively and more cost-efficiently.”
Tanya MacDonald, of the virtual reality development team at the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, has taken part in the recent Virtual Reality/ Augmented Reality (VR/AR) Global Summit Online.
Following the news, in March, that Scotland is to become the first devolved nation in the world to directly incorporate the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into domestic law, a webinar has explored the legal and service delivery implications for the implementation of this Convention into Scottish law.
The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland has become one of the first companies in the world to sign up to the Customer Excellence Pledge.
The value of using virtual reality in learning how to decommission energy installations – notably in the oil and gas industry – efficiently, effectively and above all, safely, is being further emphasised in a presentation on 20th May to delegates at Decom Week 2021.
In a move that goes against the view of ancient folk wisdom, eCom Scotland, the digital learning and assessment specialist, is taking its own professional advice by using its eNetEnterprise system. In particular, eCom is beginning to use the OnBoard part of its eNetEnterprise workforce development system for managing learning, development and competency across all levels in an organisation.