Recent Training & Education Projects

 

This page provides a brief description of some recent consultancy, training and education projects for international clients.

 

 

      PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FUND, NIGERIA

A series of international training programmes were designed, organised and delivered for groups of senior executives from the Ministry of Petroleum, NUPENG, and Niger Delta.  Training topics included strategic management of oil & gas resources, petroleum economics, government contracts, staff development, negotiation and arbitration, as well as efficient exploration and production of oil and gas reserves.

 

 

      KAZMUNAYTENIZ, KAZAKHSTAN

KazMunayTeniz (KMT) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the national oil and gas company of Kazakhstan, KazMunaiGas (KMG).  We worked closely with KMT over a long period to deliver a 10-year Staff Development Strategy for Offshore Oil & Gas Projects 2009 – 2019.  The deliverables included manpower projections; staff recruitment & selection procedures; mentoring systems; review of local education and training options; and a training programme for engineers and technical staff.

 

 

LUKOIL, UZBEKISTAN

We worked with key staff at Lukoil Uzbekistan to review recruitment, development and training needs for all Engineering and Technician staff grades at the new-build Kandym Gas Production and Processing Plant.  The project included an evaluation of local education and training options - university departments and commercial training providers.

 

 

      BANGLADESH PEDP II PROJECT

This project clearly demonstrates that the company’s core skills are transferable to other sectors.  Through ORGANISATIONAL EXPERTISE, a wholly-owned trading division of the parent company, we organised a 13-week training programme / study tour for 27 Primary School Teachers from Bangladesh.  The training elements of the programme focussed on teaching English as an additional language as well as teaching methods, teaching materials, organisation, funding, staff development and recent trends in primary education.  University of Aberdeen (School of Education and Languages Centre) and Aberdeen City Council worked closely with us to develop and deliver an excellent programme which was funded by the Asian Development Bank.

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