An Aberdeen-born businessman has been tasked with ramping up drilling simulator sales in the US for training and technology firm 3T Energy Group.
Aberdeen based Atlas Knowledge has been acquired by global firm Mintra Group for about £10.7 million.
Aberdeen-based e-learning firm Atlas Knowledge has been listed as one of the top 15 highest performers in its sector in the UK.
The CEO of Aberdeen’s Atlas Knowledge has said he is filled with a “great sense of purpose” for the future following a tough period of restructuring.
North Electrical Services, which has bases in Inverness and Elgin, scored a double success at a prestigious business awards ceremony yesterday.
In direct response to recently released safety statistics, Atlas Knowledge, a leading provider of digital learning solutions, today (Monday 27th November) announces the launch of its accredited Core4 Safety at Work campaign to champion safe working practices across safety critical industries.
Oil and gas industry woes have created a potential skills crisis for North Sea decommissioning, an expert has warned.
Maersk Oil has become the first to adopt an exclusively electronic competence system which they say will give them the ability to track employees’ knowledge and minimise risk in the oil and gas sector. Developed by Atlas Knowledge the Competence Assurance Management System (CAMS) is an online competence assessment and training system where all data surrounding employees can be tracked. Based on three key criteria: knowledge, skills and practice- it allows companies to build a background on each employee’s level of competence and centralise all documentation in one secure place.