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Technical Courses : what to study?

MINING COURSES

 

  1. Surface water management at Mines

Who should attend:

This course is designed for engineers, operators, environmental professional, consultants, regulators, engineering, and technical, management personnel, and those in mining and geotechnical sectors.

Learning expectations:

The surface water management at Mines training course programme addresses the principles and best management practices of surface water management at mines in the petroleum, oil and gas industry. Through this course programme, participants develop a better understanding of the basic principles of the site characterization of surface water management and apply these to typical mine facilities, apply the principles of channel design, stream and reservoir routing, erosion control, infiltration control and runoff control to surface water management at mine site, evaluate practical engineering methods to control surface water flow to make mining safer, more cost effective, and more environmentally friendly in petroleum, oil and gas industry.

Duration: One week

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2. Interpreting financial statement of a mining company

Who should attend: This training course is designed for accountants, auditors, financial officers, operators, engineers, consultants, regulators, those people at mines or associated with a mine.

Learning expectations:

Through the interpreting the Financial Statements of a Mining company training course programme, participants will develop an awareness of the relevant financial information about a mining corporation from its audited financial statements, learn an appreciation on how accountants are challenged with excessing professional judgement on qualitative issues involving alternative and / or new accounting standards balanced with need numerical precision, recognize that professional judgement included in financial assessment are similar made in demonstrating probable and proven mineral reserves in the petroleum, oil and gas industry. The training programme uses the business environment in the mining industry as a relevant context for understanding the financial statements of mining corporations.

The training course programme isolates select accounts aspects as being fundamental to becoming an informed reader of audited financial statements, including balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, statements of shareholders’ equity and audited notes.

Duration: One week

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3. OIL AND GAS INTRODUCTORY COURSES FOR NON-EXPERTS

We offer a number of introductory Training courses, workshops, or seminars specifically designed for non-experts and those new to certain aspects of the Oil and Gas industry. These courses are targeted   for oil and gas professionals wishing to improve their skills and to fast track the competency of newer oil and gas professionals.

4. The Petroleum Oil and Gas industry for Non-Experts I & II

Who should attend: this Training course is designed for technical and non-technical employees, support staff that require basic knowledge of industry operations, accountants who analyse oil and Gas Company, petroleum industry financial analysts and investors, sales personnel who market products and services to the industry.

Learning expectations:

This Petroleum and Gas industry for Non-Experts training courses provides a comprehensive overview of the oil and Gas industry from upstream exploration and production, midstream gas processing and transportation to downstream refining, sales and marketing operations. It provides a good understanding of the role of oil and gas in the energy mix, the value chain functions of exploration, production, transportation,, refining and marketing, how crude oil and natural gas are discovered, produced and transported, how crude oil and natural gas are transformed into useful products, how the major business drivers impact strategic decisions. Course participants will understand the process of fossil oil formation, reserve and discovery, processes involved in oil and gas exploration, crude oil and gas production, the dynamic of natural markets, oil refining products, marketing and pricing LNG development, natural gas, crude oil evaluation and selection, oil refining, supply, demand and pricing, oil marketing and the structure of the oil and gas industry.

Duration: One week

5. Petroleum Engineering for Non –Engineers

Who should attend:

This Training course is designed for Non- engineering and technical professionals, personnel, managers, support staff, chemists, physicists, accounts, legal, sales, data processing personnel and those who are new or need to have a ground understanding of operation of the oil and gas industry.

Learning expectations:

This petroleum engineering for non-Engineers training programme develops the practical understanding and knowledge of participants on the key aspects of petroleum engineering technology and their applications in the oil and gas industry.

The courses focuses on the practical day to day issues encountered in the oil and industry and combines classroom exercises with basic engineering problems.

A broad range of relevant topics are covered which includes fundamentals of petroleum oil  and gas reservoirs  engineering, well completions and workover engineering, petroleum geology,  drilling fundamentals, casing and cementing, productions and optimization, primary and enhanced petroleum oil recovery mechanisms, as well as safety and environment.

Duration: One week.

 

6. Basic Petroleum Engineering Practices

Who should attend:

This Training course is designed for engineers, managers and assistants, technicians, geologists, geophysicists, chemists, physicists, mangers, supervisors, technical assistants, sales representatives and data processing personnel who are interested in petroleum Engineering practices in the oil and gas industry.

Learning expectations:

The Basic Petroleum engineering practices Training programme develops the participants understanding of the fundamentals of petroleum technology and its relation to others technologies, as well as the confidence in its practical application, in the oil and gas industry. Topics covered include reservoir fluid and rock properties, exploration technology, drilling engineering, well completion, well testing and formation damage, production operations, recovery method and surface processing.

Duration: One week

7. Introduction to the Petrochemical industry

Who should attend:

This training course programme is designed for a variety of industry personnel including petrochemical industry personnel, contractors, suppliers and persons employed in the marketing, trading, finance, transport and purchasing of petrochemicals and related industries.

Learning expectations:

The introduction to the petrochemical industry training programme provides participants with overview of the petrochemicals industry, and offers a thorough review of the processes, raw material feed stocks, end uses and consumer products in the petroleum, oil and gas industry.

This training course covers a variety of petrochemicals processes including olefins, aromatics,, methanol, plastics and resins in the petroleum, oil and gas industry.

Duration: One week.

8. Petrochemical industrial fire brigade officer course

Who should attend:

This training course programme is designed for industrial fire brigade members, safety officers, process safety coordinators and managers, plant management, operations and maintenance staff.

Learning expectations:

The petrochemical industrial fire brigade Officer training course programme covers basic industrial fire brigade Training (IFFB), comprehensive industrial fire brigade (IFBC), industrial fire brigade extended (IFBX). The industrial fire brigade attendees of this training course programme are provided with the basic incipient level fire training for general employee groups, dedicated of fire brigade in the petroleum, oil and gas industry. This training course programme shall meet OSHA requirements for incipient level firefighting in the petroleum, oil and gas industry.

The industrial fire brigade member is instructed in the Skills necessary to function as member of interior structure fire brigade as defined by OSHA’s Fire Brigade Regulations. Topics include in the training course programme: hose line advancement, extinguisher selection and use, respiratory protection, personal protective equipment, and salvage practices. Practical application on these skills in a hand son’ manner is provided in the training course programme. Students will need:

TOG, SCBA this course training provides instruction in a more detailed format of the knowledge and skills required of members of incipient fire brigades as defined by OSHA in the petroleum, oil and gas industry.

Duration: One week.

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