Careers

Oil and Gas Production Training Services in conjunction with an accredited RTO will build individual qualifications by:

                        1. Identifying candidate's Skill Set.
                        2. Providing value added engineering support.
                        3. Completing Nationally Recognised Training.

Skill Set

The following Skill Set has been developed to cover oil, gas & mineral industries. It was formulated by myself and I recommend that is be completed by anyone who wishes to pursue a career in the Oil & Gas industry:

"Resource Industry Skill Set"

OPERATE BREATHING APPARATUS

WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ISSUED PERMIT

UNDERTAKE FIRST RESPONSE TO FIRE INCIDENTS

ENTER A CONFINED SPACE

MANUAL HANDLING

WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHTS

PROVIDE INITIAL FIRST AID RESPONSE

GAS TEST ATMOSPHERES

There are many competent Registered Training Organizations and TAFEs that provide these courses.
These eight courses form the prerequisite for proceeding to Process Operations Training.

 

Consultancy Services

Consultancy services are sought by business to reassure stakeholders that their operations are being operated by competent personnel. These services should fit the business needs.

A consultancy service. for a resource industry worker could contain these business needs elements:

Process Plant design evaluation
Equipment Performance monitoring
Identifying Optimising opportunities
Project Engineering support
Commissioning engineering support
Maintenance scheduling support

 

I believe that there is a combination of services that would look very attractive to prospective employers. environment.

Resource Industry Training

Trainer Operator Skill Set.
I have created Learner Guides designed to give candidates the required additional Units of Competency to qualify for the Certificate II qualification.

These Learner Guide entitled 'Process Operations' required Skills and Knowledge' covers the basic and most important elements associated with the process operator role.

The Learner Guides take the candidate through four stages to gain competency.

Stage One: The Role's HSE obligations.

Stage Two: The Role's Administrative requirements.

Stage Three: The Plant's Operating conditions.

Stage Four: The Plant's Operating variables.

These learner guides are online and available to candidates after the successful completion of similar aptitude tests. It is a cost saving way for prospective candidates to gauge their suitability for this type of work.