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Oxford Princeton Programme debuts internet training platform

New web based platform aims to provide learning resources for working energy professionals
Oxford Princeton Programme debuts internet training platform

Oxford Princeton Programme introduces web based training platform

New web based platform aims to provide learning resources for working professionals

The Oxford Princeton Programme has announced the release of a web-based training platform. The new platform, which went live on January 9th, aims to satisfy the growing need for on-demand training for energy business professionals.

"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."

Several features of the new platform include:

  • 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

Additionally, The Oxford Princeton Programme will offer live instructor-led training courses in energy hubs around the world.

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