Baker Hughes’ INTEQ division (BHI) has chosen Click2learn’s Aspen suite to power its global learning initiative. BHI has used Click2learn’s Learning Management Server (LMS) to create and deliver technical and product information, training and ‘orientation to the company’s core values’ to its employees. The Aspen Learning Content Management Server and the Virtual Classroom (VCS) are under evaluation for future expansion of BHI’s learning solution.
BHI training director Scott Gray said, “Aspen enables us to provide consistent, effective training to our global workforce. In addition to giving our employees access to Web-based courseware, Aspen also allows us to map and track skills and competencies and to assign ‘secondary jobs’ to employees based on their skills”
BHI anticipates that the deployment of e-learning will reduce travel costs, provide just-in-time training and offer a ‘constant resource’ for revision. Aspen also provides competency tracking and certification for compliance and quality standards. By managing all learning and training information in a single repository, BHI can also accurately report on training creating a training audit trail for every employee.
Click2learn chairman Kevin Oakes added, “Aspen provides BHI with a scalable platform that will deliver a consistent learning experience across the enterprise, creating personalized, specialized learning opportunities for its employees whose skills can be aligned with key business goals and metrics”.
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