"The energy industry is one of the most mobile industries with projects spanning to the far reaches of the globe. Combine that with the ever-changing industry dynamics; and the need for an accredited online learning resource that professionals can rely on 24/7/365 is growing rapidly," states Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. "The platform upgrades allow us to continue to deliver the premier online learning experience to energy professionals around the world."
With over a decade of experience in delivering online learning, The Oxford Princeton Programme has a library of nearly 50 web-based courses that span the value chain of the energy industry. Topics include but are not limited to oil, gas, power, trading, hedging and risk management. Users of the new platform can look forward to:
- A responsive design to train on a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone
- Interactive exercises to maximize user engagement with the content
- HTML5 framework to perform seamlessly across browsers
- Optional narration
- Practice quizzes
- A comprehensive final exam
- A certificate of completion upon passing the course
These two-hour self-paced e-learning modules are designed by our esteemed faculty with the busy energy professional in mind. To learn more about the new platform please visit www.oxfordprincetonlive.com.
In addition, The Oxford Princeton Programme offers a full complement of live instructor-led training courses both publicly in energy hubs around the world and on-site.
About The Oxford Princeton Programme
The Oxford Princeton Programme provides the most effective and flexible approach to educating professionals worldwide on the business and trading of energy. With customizable programmes for on-site team training, more than 150 public courses in energy hubs globally, and the most extensive library of web-based courses available 24/7, The Oxford Princeton Programme is responsible for training a literal who's who in oil, gas, power and much more. Courses are taught by renowned experts offering dynamic and interactive instruction. For more information, log onto www.oxfordprinceton.com.
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