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November 6, 2018, Decatur, TX – ENERGY worldnet, Inc. (EWN) announced Wednesday the launch of their Mobile Training Center to bring blended learning and state-of-the-art virtual reality (VR) training to pipeline operators in the oil and gas industry. The EWN Mobile Training Center debuted this past week at the Texas Gas Association’s (TGA) Fall Board and Committee Meeting in League City, TX. In an innovative approach to training and education, the EWN Mobile Training Center allows trainees to experience learning in a hands-on virtual reality environment, a remarkable advancement in the safety training arena. When asked about the recent launch of the Mobile Training Center, Coleman Sterling, EWN’s CEO stated, “No single type of training is effective for 100% of any workforce. ENERGY worldnet is proudly answering the call for blended training by taking its existing computer-based (CBT) and instructor-led trainings (ILT) and including opportunities for hands-on, real-world training through VR and the EWN Mobile Training Center.” Sterling continued, “By adding virtual reality to our already extensive suite of offerings, we can now simulate field conditions like never before, allowing trainees to experience situational training in a safe, virtual environment. It’s one thing to have someone complete a CBT; […]
Part of our commitment to our customers is to ensure they have the proper training to not only utilize the system but also ensure they are training their staff correctly. EWN VP of Education, Mayra Maese recently traveled to Chile to provide our world-class Master Trainer Development Program to clients in Santiago, Chile. It is our pleasure to help our clients understand that proper trainer development is key to ensuring safety & training programs run smoothly. Mayra spent the week working with our client and helping their staff in implementing a successful program. If you cannot make it to our monthly training(s) in Decatur, TX – we can bring the classroom to you! Feel free to contact us for more information and learn how EWN can help your company raise the bar.