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Capability development for the energy sector in 2022 and beyond

There has been a fundamental change in the nature of work in the energy sector, with increased digitalisation and energy transition developments in particular. As a result, conventional approaches to providing learning and building workforce capabilities simply cannot continue. Instead, adapting energy training solutions to a new environment – that is more agile, flexible, streamlined and accessible – is becoming vital for effective capability development. The COVID-19 pandemic has only highlighted this urgency and has accelerated these developments.


Even the most hard-lined sceptics in the energy industry will admit that something changed (perhaps irrevocably) when the pandemic set in. The transition to more renewable solutions over the last two years had already made the need for suitably targeted learning solutions more urgent. Once Covid-19 emerged and brought in-person training to a halt, the need for an even quicker transformation in learning solutions was unquestionable.

To read the full article, written by Henk Jaap Kloosterman, Head of Strategic Accounts, L&D - Energy Training, then click on the link.

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