The phrase “blended learning” was in vogue for a spell as Scottish education authorities mulled a combination of home study and part-time attendance at school amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and now the idea has taken off in the renewables industry.
The uncertainty caused by the outbreak of Covid-19 has touched every part of the North Sea oil and gas sector, not least businesses that supply the survival training the industry needs to keep ticking over.
Offshore safety training provider RelyOn Nutec could cuts its UK headcount by more than a third due to a drop in demand.
The oil and gas industry has, for decades, placed safety at the forefront of operations with a continual drive to improve safety measures through increased training and awareness. With offshore wind projects growing across Scotland, there are lessons to be learned to reduce risk in this developing sector as well.
The world’s leading safety training provider has made a five-figure investment at its Aberdeen facility to diversify into offshore wind safety training.
Oil and gas boss Bob Donnelly has been appointed the new managing director of RelyOn Nutec.
A north-east offshore drilling training firm announced last night it will sink more than £1 million into creating four new centers across the world.
The UK’s leading safety training and competence management organisation has secured a training management service agreement for the next three years with a large subsea solutions firm.
Safety training firm RelyOn Nutec has entered the digital learning market through the acquisition of Cresent, the trading name of Newcastle-registered Red Oak.
Aberdeen Drilling School (ADS) has bought Norwegian simulator company Oiltec Solutions, from Teresoft, a HitecVision portfolio company.
There have been big changes for Falck Safety Services, now RelyOn Nutec, since it was bought over last summer.