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Kim Woolner / People and Culture Manager / Ithaca Energy
Mintra, leading provider of human resource management solutions and digital learning to the energy industry, has confirmed a three-year extension to the existing Ithaca Energy contract in a six-figure deal.
Ithaca Energy, one of the largest independent oil and gas companies in the UKCS, has signed up for over 85 safety-critical digital learning courses, access to Mintra’s market leading learning management system Trainingportal for over 3,000 users and the option to create customised digital content.
Mintra’s Trainingportal is a market-leading learning and competency management system which enables efficient upskilling as well as reskilling of staff globally. The solution hosts a comprehensive and growing library of 2,000 digital learning and classroom-based courses. Every 30 seconds a course is completed on Trainingportal by one of Mintra’s 1.5 million global energy and maritime users.
“We are delighted to extend our long-standing partnership with Ithaca Energy and support them in delivering first-class digital training for the safe operations of their workforce. It attests to the high quality and scope of our solutions that another leading energy operator trusts us to play a crucial role in developing their workers to meet the future challenges of the industry,” Chris Clark, Regional Business Manager, Mintra.
Kim Woolner, People and Culture Manager at Ithaca Energy, said “I am delighted that we have strengthened our partnership with Mintra in helping us deliver digital training to all our employees and contractors. Together we will work to support our continual focus on safety and core business training”.
Ithaca Energy was founded in 2004 and has been on a rapid growth trajectory in the last three years, following a series of transformational M&A transactions and organic growth, building operations with significant scale and longevity.
Mintra technologies have been developed over 30 years to provide the scope, scale and capabilities required by companies of all sizes, to keep up with the complexities of deploying a skilled global workforce.
With headquarters in Bergen and offices in Oslo, Stavanger, Aberdeen, Limassol and Singapore, Mintra provides services to over 4,000 companies, including the world’s largest global energy companies.
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