Eni’s staff training and knowledge diffusion activities are managed through Eni Corporate University.
Knowledge is important, which is why we promote training paths for our people.
|Training hours by type||(hours)||1,212,535||1,098,996||940,227|
|- HSE and quality||323,029||324,478||311,845|
|- Languages and IT||187,907||122,472||107,901|
|- Professional - cross-sector||176,752||168,834||94,877|
|- Professional - technical-commercial||399,083||328,388||242,981|
|Internal teaching hours (a)||(%)||-||17.2%||19.4%|
|Training expenditure||(in €m)||39.1||29.1||26.6|
|- of which e-learning||120,049||183,200||197,085|
|- of which in the classroom||1,092,486||915,796||743,142|
* (a) Includes contributions for companies not included in the scope excluding autonomous training initiatives
In the context of an overall efficiency policy, a significant increase in the number of participants (+8%) was recorded compared with 2015-2016. This figure is consistent with a change in the mix of training methodologies that have passed from mainly classroom lessons to a greater use of distance (i.e. e-learning) or combined methods. This new strategy has made it possible to design shorter and more focused courses that can reach people easily, regardless of their geographic location. 2016 also saw a greater use of internal teaching staff: i.e. employees who dedicate themselves to transferring their knowledge to colleagues, which has had new impetus and visibility as a means of enhancing the skills and professionalism of Eni people.
Such action also led to a reduction of about 9% in training expenditure.
Among the most relevant initiatives in 2016, was the Human Rights Campaign, which involved 22,000 people
In support of training activities, in 2016, the design and the first release of the integrated distance learning platform called “Enicampus” was completed at a worldwide level, Enicampus facilitates effective interaction between participants and offer the possibility of drawing on multiple sources of information and learning, both internally (e.g. with webinars and other Eni knowledge sources in the Knowledge Management systems), and externally, such as MOOCs (massive open on-line courses) made available, for free and open access, by a number of foreign universities, and significantly expanding the sources of learning. The nature of the initiative, which is highly technology-based, strengthens an approach towards the ever-increasing globalization of the rraining offer that can more easily reach and involve all our people, also abroad.
In addition, the GetsTeach portal, for the management of internal teaching resources and the development of an authentic community of teachers, has been released.
Training activities are carried out at the centres of Eni Corporate University (in San Donato Milanese, Rome, Cortemaggiore and Gela) and the facilities of the various Eni companies, in Italy and abroad.
In line with the context and objectives of the Safety Competence Centre (SCC), the “Safety Centre” training project was organised at the Gela site, aimed at the insourcing of professional figures and activities in the safety area, pursuant to Legislative Decrees 81/08 and 624/96, creating a pool of suitably qualified experts, for the coordination and supervision of safety in all industrial activities and at all sites.
To support and improve learning levels, classroom facilities with multimedia equipment (including e-boards and tablets) are also constantly evolving for a more functional management of training activities and for experimenting with innovative methodologies. Classrooms equipment and the development of a special app makes it possible to access digital educational documents, archives, to share data instantly, record audio/video lessons, complete exercises, compile questionnaires and tests, and, above all, to participate in courses from any location, both in Italy and abroad.
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