The Atlas Knowledge Centre delivers a learning and performance support system to provide employees with learning and knowledge acquisition to improve work performance. It is a truly mobile learning platform, accessible anytime and anywhere across a wide variety of media devices, from laptops to mobile phones.
Atlas has one of the world's largest portfolios of e-learning content focused on the oil and gas industry, covering health, safety, environment, compliance, risk and technical subjects for upstream and downstream, office and shore based operations and offers more than 200 industry focused courses.
Both new and experienced employees can refresh and grow their knowledge in relation to the job they are about to perform. For many years the Atlas e-learning content library has offered the ideal vehicle for structured learning about technical topics in exploration and production sector of the oil and gas industry, now it has gone a massive step further, offering employees access to technical definitions and explanatory rich-media content, containing animations, audio narrative and descriptive text.
Atlas chief executive officer, John Rowley, said: "The Atlas Knowledge Centre, which can flexibly be deployed on any device, holds the promise of increasing access to knowledge and learning, multiplying training opportunities in what would otherwise be staff downtime, providing just-in-time learning, delivered in an engaging and media-rich fashion at the point of need.
"Getenergy is one of the best forums for industry leaders, professionals and training providers to meet and gain a greater understanding of the challenges the energy sector faces to properly train the personnel it needs to progress. Atlas has an unrivalled understanding of the oil and gas sector and our years of experience and immersion in the sector is clearly demonstrated via the new Atlas Knowledge Centre. We look forward to illustrating its capabilities at Getenergy 2012."
Atlas will be exhibiting at stand L9 and L10 at Getenergy 2012
at University College London, June 13-14.
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