Mintra has secured a NOK 513,000 contract with a leading drilling operator to provide access to the company’s elearning content over the next 12 months.
The agreement provides the client with access to the full portfolio of Mintra’s technical and compliance titles, which have been created specifically for workers operating in safety-critical industries.
Mintra CCO Kjetil Flood said: “Training in our primary client segments of energy and maritime slowed down considerably as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, but demand for our rich learning content is growing as workforces globally begin to mobilise once more.
“We saw evidence of this growth in the training market start to emerge in the fourth quarter of Q4 2021. Moreover, the signs are positive that this demand for training in heavily regulated industries will continue as personnel return to pre-pandemic levels.”
For further information, please contact:
Kevin Short, CEO, tel +44 1224 651340
Torbjørn Blom-Hagen, CFO, tel +47 24 15 55 00
Mintra is a leading provider of digital learning and human capital management systems for safety-critical industries worldwide. Mintra develops and deploys software solutions that enable its clients to develop and deploy their people, readily demonstrate compliance and maximise operational efficiency.
From its headquarters in Bergen and offices in Oslo, Stavanger, Aberdeen, Cyprus, India and Singapore, Mintra serves the training, HR, payroll and workforce management needs of organisations operating in the maritime and energy sectors.
Trainingportal - a learning and competency management system - provides an online portfolio of over 2,300 courses to 1.5 million workers, while OCS HR crew management system supports the operations of more than 1,800 vessels worldwide.
For further information, please visit www.mintra.com
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