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How remote learning provides the flexibility and adaptability needed in the energy sector

The Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to two very large changes in energy training. There has been a marked increase in digitalisation over face-to-face courses, and the greater need for more adaptable learning material. Remote learning is poised to play a very important role in energy training, so it’s vital to get it right for the global energy sector.


If you have worked in the energy sector in any capacity over the last couple of years, you can't have avoided witnessing the sea change in in-work training. While a classroom environment is an effective way to share knowledge with a team, today’s highly competitive instant-messaging and instant gratification era of YouTube or Skillshare course tutorials needs to be acknowledged too. Social and collaborative learning from remote locations is gaining more and more popularity, and the energy sector is no exception.

With an increased hybrid working culture here to stay, employers in global energy have got to adapt their training culture for their employees, ensuring that the remote learning they deliver stays fit-for-purpose in a constantly evolving market.

To read the full article, written by Tomos Davies, Learning Technology Manager, then click on the link.

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