Find below a comprehensive list of Courses we offer. Apply for any course of your choice or contact us if you wish to arrange your choice of course(s) for your company. Also contact us if the course(s) you wish to train is not scheduled yet.
HSE is an acronym for Health, Safety and Environmental Management. HSE management involves managing, controlling and handling all aspects of health, safety and the environment in the petroleum industry – with the focus on major accident risk.
Quality Management System (QMS) ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor course focuses on the knowledge and skills required to perform an audit of a quality...
As oil and gas industry continues to expand, the need for safety professionals has never been over emphasized. Identifying and controlling onshore and offshore oil platform hazards, reducing fatalities, injuries and illnesses, and designing effective OSH management systems specific to the oil and gas industry are essential skills to the success of oil & gas organizations.
Human resource management is the strategic approach to the effective management of people in a company or organization such that they help their business gain a competitive advantage.
Health Safety & Environment (HSE) course cannot be complete without discussing the supervision and leadership responsibilities
Without effective leadership and supervision, HSE management system HSE-MS of an organization may be counterproductive
The word NEBOSH is an acronym for National Examination Board on Occupational Safety and Health. It is a UK based educational body which has gained recognition over the years in setting examination for people who want a career in safety and for those who generally work in the oil and gas sector.
Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training (BOSIET) course is designed to introduce delegates to the specific issues and regimes relevant to offshore installations and to equip them with the basic emergency response knowledge and skills for travelling to and from offshore installations by helicopter
Gain the necessary knowledge and skills required to become a Project Management Practitioner.
This diploma in project management course has been designed with a core focus on employability, ensuring students gain the critical skills to become a first-rate project management practitioner.
Roustabout is typically an entry-level position in the oil and gas rig which does not require a specialized certificate or profession. General duties include but not limited to: loading and offloading boats, assisting the crane operator in moving equipment around the rig and assisting all other crew members as needed. A large part of the Roustabout's work load consists of cleaning and general maintenance of the rig etc.
Food safety is the most important aspect of any food-related job and food hygiene is now a concern to many individuals and companies more especially the multinational companies due to the high increase in food poisoning as result of contamination.
This training will guarantee food handler reduced risk of food contamination and ensure that they comply with proper industry standards and regulations.
The series of sub courses will teach about the importance of food safety and what associates can do to keep food safe as well as emergency response.
Construction sites are dynamic activities where workers engage in many activities that may expose them to a variety of safety hazards, such as falling objects, working from rooftops or scaffolding, exposure to heavy construction equipment, or the use of temporary electrical circuits while operating electrical equipment and machinery in damp locations. Construction activities at Princeton University comprise a wide range of activities including construction of new buildings, renovation of existing facilities, and major repair or alterations of building systems. Through implementation of safe work practices, training, and compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements, the Workplace Safety program aims to identify, control, or eliminate construction-related hazards.
Working at heights simply means that an individual is working in a place that requires necessary precautions to prevent them from falling at a distance, resulting in serious injury. Did you know injuries from working at heights is one of the most prominent causes of major work related injuries and fatalities? Falls from ladders, scaffolding, and lifts onto debris can cause serious injury even when the height is perceived to not be dangerous. Employers need to ensure that they take all measures necessary to lower the risk of their workers falling from a height using preemptive hazard recognition to constant site assessment.