Iain Taylor has been promoted to UK commercial director from global sales manager at RelyOn Nutec Digital, whilst Alan McIntyre has moved into director for managed services and consultancy from his previous role in the business as operations manager in crisis management.
Both bring significant experience in the training industry with Iain working in digital training roles prior to joining the RelyOn Nutec Global team, and Alan spending his career in emergency response and health and safety training following a stint offshore.
The company has diversified in recent years, adding to its core training business with a strengthened digital offering and expanding its consultancy services.
Mr Taylor said: “Everything that we do in the business now is underpinned digitally and having a background in software and digital training is key to this role and the new challenges our customers face. We are focussed on digitising our core business so we are in a strong position to support our customers through this pandemic and beyond, to oversee our core customer’s energy transition and to expand further into industries beyond oil and gas.
“By utilising digital technologies, we are able to deliver greater time and cost savings to our clients by offering both elearning and blended training options. However, we deliver for competency and not just for certification, and therefore practical training remains essential to our training delivery.”
Mr McIntyre added: “We also want to focus on developing and expanding our managed services which include training management, health and safety, competence and crisis management.
“Our specialist consultants are experts in their subject matter having worked with key customers in the oil and gas industry for decades. Those skills are transferrable so moving forward, we are looking to diversify the client base to support other high-risk industries such as renewables, maritime, petrochemical and more. We also want to leverage existing relationships globally to attract new business to the UK facilities.”