Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 06, 2017 -- On April 4, 2017, Kevin Short, Atlas Executive Director, and Dr. Mahmoud Rajablu, CBSC Corporation Executive Director, signed a value-added training provider agreement that is expected to increase both parties’ sales and revenues. As the two training firms offer complementary products and services, the move will serve to help expand their global presence.
CBSC offers some of its programs in tandem with internationally-recognized universities and then leverages these relationships to enhance its client offerings. Seeking a firm of exceptionally high caliber in the delivery of Oil and Gas safety-critical training, CBSC chose to partner with Atlas for its on-line courses because, in addition to the firm’s excellent reputation, Atlas was appointed by Offshore Petroleum International Training Organization (OPITO) in 2016 as its Digital Standards Integration partner. The objective, which is in keeping with CBSC’s goals, is to transform the way energy workers undertake safety-critical emergency response training worldwide.
Although recovery in the Oil and Gas market has begun, cost containment remains a priority and, by working together, Atlas and CBSC will be able to offer quality technical and safety-critical training that will appeal to companies operating with a close eye on the bottom line.
Atlas Knowledge is a leading provider of learning technology and content to safety critical industries worldwide. Founded in 1995, their sector knowledge and technical expertise has serviced the needs of international standards bodies, industry regulators and their 2,000+ customers worldwide. Every minute of every day, an Atlas course or service is accessed across the 118 countries they operate in. Atlas technologies have helped 450,000+ learners to stay safe, maintain their skills and verify their competence. Headquartered in the UK, Atlas also has regional offices in Houston, UAE and Kuala Lumpur.
The Canadian Business Success Centre Corporation (CBSC Corporation) provides Business Strategy consulting services and a wide range of corporate training programs to clients in multiple sectors including IT, telecom, oil & gas, automotive, ecommerce, education, healthcare, hospitality, and manufacturing. CBSC was formed by merging two leading Canadian firms (The Q Group, founded by Jane-Michèle Clark, and Intelligent Human Systems, founded by Mahmoud Rajablu) with nearly 40 years of combined international experience.
Bob Westal, Cyberset Corp, +1 818-883-7277 Ext: 121, [email protected]
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