December 2020

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Workforce: Five lessons to get the most out of remote training and tools

The past year has been a time of great challenges, and of great opportunities, for people to adapt and overcome the current restrictions on in-person meetings.

Munson, P., T.A. Cook & Partner Consultants

The past year has been a time of great challenges, and of great opportunities, for people to adapt and overcome the current restrictions on in-person meetings. In a demanding and changing environment, training is key for developing new workforce skills, as well as for enhancing and adapting existing strengths. In the hydrocarbon processing industries, this training focuses on concrete work processes and technical issues. This sort of training has traditionally consisted of in-person group settings that have now been significantly restricted due to COVID-19. In this new reality, the industry must continue to develop skills, in the most effective manner, for supervisors, operators and maintena

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