Education And Training For The Oil And Gas Industry: Building A Technically Competent Workforce

Paperback | October 30, 2017

byPhil Andrews, Jim Playfoot

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Volume 2 of the Getenergy Guides series explores the challenges of developing a technically competent workforce for the oil and gas sector globally. The cases in this Volume explore practical examples of the efforts of oil and gas companies, contractors, educational institutions and governments to develop competent, vocationally-trained employees for the industry. Education and training are increasingly viewed as part of the core business of oil and gas companies operating in today's high cost/high risk environment. This book will highlight the approaches which work and offer a framework against which future initiatives can be measured. This second book in the Getenergy Guides series explores nine cases studies from around the world and offers commentary on each case drawn from Getenergy's wealth of experience in uniting education and training providers and the upstream oil and gas industry on a global basis. Edited by Getenergy's Executive Team which for more than a decade has specialised in mapping and connecting the world of education and training with the upstream oil and gas industry through global events and workshops Detailed research into the key facts surrounding each case with analysis to enable readers to quickly and effectively extract lessons that can be applied to the challenge of building a technically competent workforce Highlights the aspects of good practice that can be utilised by universities, colleges and training providers in meeting the workforce and skills development needs of the oil and gas industry Includes full colour images and partnership diagrams to underscore key concepts Offers specific commentary on the replicability, sustainability and impact of the approaches outlined

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Volume 2 of the Getenergy Guides series explores the challenges of developing a technically competent workforce for the oil and gas sector globally. The cases in this Volume explore practical examples of the efforts of oil and gas companies, contractors, educational institutions and governments to develop competent, vocationally-traine...

Most of Phil's career has been as an entrepreneur connected to education and training in the upstream oil and gas business. Having graduated from Nottingham University with a degree in politics he was made an Honorary Life Member of the University Union. In 2003, after some travel and a short period working in conferences and publishin...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:172 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:October 30, 2017Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128102810

ISBN - 13:9780128102817

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Chapter 1: Overview of Technical Workforce Challenges in the Industry Chapter 2: Analysis of Existing Standards Chapter 3: The Model for Technical Education and Training Chapter 4: Standards and Best Practice for Seismic Exploration Chapter 5: Standards and Best Practice for Offshore Drilling Chapter 6: Standards and Best Practice for Offshore Production Operations Chapter 7: Standards and Best Practice for Offshore Decommissioning Chapter 8: Standards and Best Practice for Onshore Drilling Production and Decommissioning