Leading UK Training Provider, AIS Services, has confirmed the extension of its three-year contract with the North Sea operator.
The UK’s largest international energy training service provider, AIS Services, has signed an agreement to serve its customers through the Training Management Service (TMS) with two additional one-year extensions.
Formerly known as the Scottish Service in Northeast Scotland, the AIS Service was part of the main name this summer by merging 3t Energy Group’s front-end training facilities. It has been further strengthened by access to training facilities established in Scotland (UK), UK (IS) training.
The contract AIS Service Services 11 addresses all coastal assets in the North Sea, and in the 900 region and on all coastal personnel training and qualifications. Recent changes in business have further strengthened the team’s commitment to change training. As market leaders for oil and gas and renewable training, the team can offer class-based courses and practical lessons from new training fields as well as virtual training, Elaine learning, video tutorials, and virtual reality (VR). , Augmented reality (R) and mobile knowledge retention application known as R3.
As a full integrated training, competency and learning management solution, TMS provides comprehensive services for all aspects of customer training management requirements. Focused on real-time management and monitoring of the entire workforce training needs, the client will benefit from personal service, training visibility and efficiency, and access to internationally recognized industry courses for 1,000 years.
“We have a really strong team with a lot of knowledge in AIS Services, dedicated to achieving the best results for our customers,” said Jill Ogivvi, head of TMS at AIS Services. Our team is not only in contact with customer beach groups, but also to ensure that there is a clear flow of communication with the beach delegation and that the result is in an increasing percentage of compliance. By leading innovation in education, we will continue to invest in our technology and course capabilities as part of a continuum of change in the training sector.