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January 20, 2014

Mintra to Train Oro Negro Workers

Mintra Training Portal Limited, a  provider of learning, training and competency solutions for the oil and gas industry, has won a six figure contract to deliver training management services for Mexican oil services company, Oro Negro.

This contract will see Oro Negro deliver e-learning training for over 200 industry-critical courses to its offshore workforce in the Gulf of Mexico over the next three years, utilising Mintra’s online Training Portal.

Used by over 300,000 learners across 300 companies every year, Mintra’s Training Portal will provide Oro Negro with a flexible, fully integrated, learning, training and competency solution.

Peter Conner Managing director of Mintra, said, “As one of Europe’s largest providers of learning, training and competency for the oil and gas industry, this contract will allow us to build on our international presence whilst ensuring Oro Negro’s staff are trained to the highest standard for the needs of the industry now and in the decades to come.

“Using our expertise in learning and development, and our links with training organisations and industry, we can help oil companies worldwide identify the skills gaps within its workforce and then develop, deliver, administer and manage training for all personnel.”

With a reputation which has been built by delivering outstanding learning, training and competency solutions to more than 500 oil and gas companies and 400,000 personnel over the past 16 years, Mintra successfully delivers one of the most comprehensive oil and gas eLearning portfolios available to the global market.

Mintra Training Portal Limited, a joint venture between Norwegian firm Mintra A.S. and entrepreneurial investment company Enerco Venture, provides bespoke and generic training to more than 250,000 people in over 300 companies in the oil and gas industry every year.

Established in 1997, it has a team of 80 specialists in Aberdeen, Oslo and Stavanger and recently invested over £2million in its flagship Training Portal learning management system.

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