The Oxford Princeton Programme Training Energy Professionals With iPad Minis(R)

PLAINSBORO, NJ--(Marketwire - Mar 26, 2013) - Pioneers and market leaders in energy education and training, The Oxford Princeton Programme, is pleased to be the first industry provider to integrate e-manuals into instructor-led courses.

"The iPad mini® gives course delegates an option to enhance their learning experience with a full-color high-definition display. The introduction of the paperless e-manuals initiative also allows us to work alongside the green efforts of the many companies that trust us to train their employees on the energy sector," says Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. "We continue to be leaders in our space by integrating technology, offering the most qualified faculty, and focusing solely on the energy industry."

While paper manuals are still available to students who prefer that option, the environmentally friendly e-manuals debuted earlier this month at the International Oil, Supply, Transportation Refining and Trading course in Oxford, UK. 

At no additional cost, delegates can take advantage of the e-manual for a high-definition viewing experience and more organized access to the course materials. It also lends itself to further enhancing the learning experience through the use of relevant iPad® apps. At the conclusion of the course, participants receive a USB memory stick containing course materials for future reference.

In addition to enhancing the delegate's experience, the iPad mini® provides The Oxford Princeton Programme with a more streamline process to administering the courses by digitizing the training materials. With a planned global rollout throughout 2013, The Oxford Princeton Programme looks forward to integrating this cutting-edge option into its already dynamic energy training courses.

About The Oxford Princeton Programme
The Oxford Princeton Programme provides the most effective and flexible approach to educating energy professionals. With customizable programs for onsite team training, more than 200 public courses in 23 energy hubs globally, and the most extensive set of online courses in the business, The Oxford Princeton Programme is responsible for training a literal who's who of key industry professionals. Courses are taught not by teachers, but by industry professionals providing case studies and interactive simulations on all aspects of the downstream energy industry.