High Consequence Training


High Consequence Training: What It Is and Who Needs It

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Imagine this: A category four hurricane is forming in the Atlantic and is projected to make landfall in the Carolinas, causing damage all the way up the coast to Maine. Meteorologists predict wind gusts up to 150 mph, which will lead to power outages in coastal communities from D.C. to Cape Cod. While the eastern […]

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Lessons from the Super Bowl: Preparing for Flawless Execution

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There are a lot of lessons that training organizations can learn from the Super Bowl. The overall execution of the event itself is a monumental task, and one that not all cities are capable of carrying out. That is why the voting process for host cities is long, the review board is comprised of seasoned […]

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High Consequences – On and Off the Football Field

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The lead up to Super Bowl XLIX was full of drama and the actual game also had its fair share, culminating in a down to the wire win for the New England Patriots. With the largest audience in US television history tuned in to see one of the most evenly matched Super Bowls in recent […]

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Understanding the Need for Additional Training in the Oil & Gas Industry

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An organization’s training strategy, curriculum and processes impact how well that company meets industry regulations and compliance requirements. This is particularly evident in the oil and gas industry, as evidenced by a recent study of 304 oil and gas professionals, conducted by Douglas-Westwood with Raytheon Professional Services (RPS). Respondents ranged from drilling engineers to procurement […]

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What Matters Most to the Training Industry in 2015

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  As we kick off another exciting year at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) we are focused on what will matter most to the training industry in the coming months. In order to determine some key areas of emphasis for 2015, we assessed market conditions, our customer needs, technology advancements and workforce demands. Here are five […]

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Training for High Consequence Environments and Minimizing Disruption

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This week, on behalf of Raytheon Professional Services (RPS), I had the honor of hosting a webinar, in partnership with Energy Central, on a topic that is really important to us. The event was titled: Training for Disruption – The PG&E and Con Edison Stories. The approximately 200 attendees got to hear how two organizations […]

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