Aberdeen headquartered, STC Global, has reported a 50% rise in business for their training arm over the past year.
Over the course of 2019, the global problem-solving company has trained 1200 delegates across 20 global locations, from the established oil and gas hubs of Houston and Stavanger, to Kuala Lumpur and Kurdistan.
Ten instructors have delivered training tailored to five different industries. As well as hospitality and oil and gas, this year has seen the company break into several new sectors, training staff for firms including McDermott (construction), the Pennon Group (recycling & wastemanagement) and Cummins (automotive).
This increased demand for STC Global’s training services has been instrumental in helping the North-east firm achieve an 80% growth in turnover this year. Increased demand prompted their recent move into new larger office space within the Waterloo Quay development. A 40% increase in staff numbers, combined with more training room facilities has amplified the firm’s capacity, enabling them to fulfil a steadily growing order book.
Mark Rushton, Managing Director of STC Global, said: “This targeted approach to transferring the skills, knowledge and experience we have amassed in the oil and gas industry into new sectors is already paying dividends - the uplift in the training arm of our business is just one example. Not only has this been a positive move for our business, but it has also allowed clients from a wider range of industries to gain an insight into safety performance from the oil and gas industry.
“It’s testament to both the quality of our instructors, and that of our courses that we have been responsible for training 50% more people this year. Our training arm is just one in our suite of services spanning app development, e-learning, incident investigation and business process design, all of whichsupport clients around the globe to do better business.”
STC Global is a problem-solving team that can support companies’ strategic drive for performance improvement.
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