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Atlas sells £3.6m of e-learning during 2011

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Oil and gas e-learning provider Atlas of Aberdeen reports that it has won £3.6m of new contracts during 2011.

This includes a share in a £6m project, including 8 training companies altogether, to provide a new learning framework for ExxonMobil. Atlas was the only partner in this project based outside North America. The project is thought to be one of the biggest ever roll-outs of e-learning in the oil and gas industry, and includes over 500 courses being built and delivered to Exxon staff.

Atlas also signed a deal to provide training courses to ConocoPhillips' Australian business unit, including a process operations programme. It will cover ConocoPhillips offshore operations in the Bayu-Undan field and at its offshore Darwin LNG plant.

'One of the biggest risks for organisations operating within safety-critical industries like oil and gas is the competence of the people engaged in their projects," says John Rowley, chief executive of Atlas.

"Having robust, quality training tailored to meet unique geographic needs is vital when ensuring safety requirements are met.

Over the past 2 years, employee numbers have risen 80 per cent to 74 personnel.



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