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Atlas Knowledge Group reaches 100th country milestone

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International learning technologies company, Atlas Knowledge Group, has reached a major milestone with its oil and gas industry training courses now being used in more than 100 countries around the world.

In this latest phase of its global growth strategy, the company broke the 100 mark after securing four new contracts in the last four weeks that will see the company deliver world-class training to oil and gas companies operating in Vietnam, Venezuela and Yemen.

Atlas’ worldwide growth has been fuelled by the increasing demand in the energy industry for flexible, web-based learning tools that provide high standards of learning and training in the fundamentals of safety and competence.

One of the Atlas’ key products, IMIST (International Minimum Industry Safety Training), has been the catalyst in bringing the recent contract wins to fruition. IMIST is a highly sought-after foundation qualification in regions where there is a growing desire to up-skill their local workforce.

Robert Morgan, chairman of Atlas Knowledge Group, said: “We have been at the forefront of our industry for 20 years and it is testament to our oil and gas expertise, our award winning methodologies and our focus on developing technologies that our courses are now being used by over 600 energy companies in more than 100 countries and across 20 different languages.

“Every minute of the day, someone across the globe benefits from one of our courses. This achievement highlights the value we are delivering to our clients and the significant impact Atlas training is having on the industry.

“With the IMIST course now being used in another four countries, it underlines our status as the clear market leader and ensures the sustained growth of the company for a long time to come, particularly as we look into the emerging international markets where access to quality training is an issue.”

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