Available courses

    Quantitative Modelling and its Application to Stratigraphic Interpretation and Seismic Reservoir Assessment

    This course is based on theory that mathematically relates log observations of rock type, porosity, and fluid content to compressional and shear wave velocity.

    With the basic model, participants are able to predict the effect of lithology or fluid variation on the seismic trace, inverted seismic trace, or AVO measurement.

    The approach is suitable not only for seismic interpretation, but for log editing and creation of synthetic logs.

    The effect of  bed thickness and tuning models, approaches to seismic inversion, and    applicability of AVO studies are reviewed based on the basic rock property model.

    An interpretation model is presented that incorporates geological and geophysical mapping procedures for reservoir evaluation and stratigraphic mapping.

    This course content concentrates on linking rock property information from the borehole logs to seismic observations. The course considers  the log input and the basic seismic trace, seismic attributes, inversion of seismic traces, and amplitude versus offset measurements.  No single seismic or log measurement is treated as the "truth", instead the merits of each observation are considered. Basic mathematical concepts are simplified to monograms or spreadsheets that are available with the course notes in .wks format.  These ensure that the concepts of the course are replicable. 

    Target Competencies:

    • Rock Type
    • Porosity
    • Fluid
    • Compressional and Shear Wave Velocity

    The course duration is approximately 20 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Naturally, Fractured Reservoirs: Geologic and Engineering Analysis

    This course covers geologic and engineering concepts, methodology, and technology used to characterize, evaluate and manage naturally-fractured reservoirs. Applications and limitations of geologic and engineering procedures and tools are discussed. Field examples and case studies demonstrate the importance of integrated geologic and engineering studies in developing effective, economical reservoir management strategies for different types of reservoirs.

    Target Competencies:

    • Fractured Rock Properties
    • Pressure Transient Tests 
    • Reservoir Performance 
    • Numerical Simulation Models

    The course duration is approximately 21 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Fractured Reservoir Development

    In this Fractured Reservoir Development intensive course, provides a deep understanding of the Fundamental concepts of Mechanics and Fluid Flow in Fractured Reservoirs, together with the origin and identification of Fractures, and Modern practical Applications and Numerical Simulation methods.

    At the end of the course participants will appreciate the key Economics and main issues of Fractured Reservoirs, understand the mechanics of Evolution of Fracture Networks, their Geometries and Transport Properties in different Tectonic settings, stress fields and Fluid Pressure Regimes, and have an Awareness of Modern methods and Practices for Fractured Reservoir Identification, Characterization and Development in Siliciclastic, Carbonate and Unconventional Domains. Reservoirs in Development and Production

    Target Competencies:

    • Fractured Reservoirs
    • Mechanics of Fracture Networks 
    • Fractured Reservoir Identification 

    The course duration is approximately 35 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Applied Sedimentology for Hydrocarbon Exploration and Exploitation

    The course Applied Sedimentology for Hydrocarbon Exploration and Exploitation is advanced level study of:

    • Methods and Measurements in Sedimentology
    • Conglomerates
    • Sandstones
    • Mudstones and Claystones
    • Limestones
    • Evaporites
    • Siliceous Rocks
    • Pyroclastic Deposits
    • Peat and Coal
    • Sedimentary Phosphates and Phosphorites
    • Ore and non-metallic deposits in sedimentary rocks
    • Depositional Systems – General remarks
    • Aeolian Depositional Systems 
    • Glacial Depositional Systems
    • Alluvial and Fluvial Depositional Systems
    • Lacustrine Depositional Systems 
    • Deltaic Depositional Systems
    • Linear Terrigenous Shoreline Depositional Systems
    • Shelf Depositional Systems

    Target Competencies:

    • Sedimentology Measurements Methods 
    • Conglomerates
    • Sandstones
    • Mudstones and Claystones
    • Limestones

    The course duration is approximately 35 hours..

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Petroleum Systems Modelling for Exploration Risk Assessments

    The Intermediate level course content is transmitted through a fluent mixture of lectures and interactive sessions.

    Geologic Risks in Petroleum Exploration are related to the Traps (Geometry, Reservoir, Seal) as well as to the Petroleum charge risk. While traps are always subjected to the most detailed possible assessments as part of the Exploration Risk Analysis, this is not always the case for charge Risking, even though it can easily be shown that the Geologic Risking is often dangerously incomplete without these Risk Assessments.
    The Technology, which is used to investigate charge Risks, is Petroleum Systems Modelling in which Basin, Play or Prospect Scale Geologic Models are created by interpreting and Mapping key Stratigraphic Units and Facies, and Subsequently processed, which can calculate the processes of Hydrocarbon Generation, Expulsion, Migration and Loss through Geologic time.
    •In this course, an introduction to the Technology, the Data and commonly Performed tasks is given in order to illustrate the Role of the Technology in Exploration Risking as well as in Hydrocarbon Resource Assessments. 

    Applications cover the entire range of Exploration phases from very early work in frontier areas to assessments in mature Production areas. 

    Target Competencies:

    • Geologic Risks 
    • Traps
    • Petroleum charge risk 
    • Exploration Risk Analysis 
    • Petroleum Systems Modelling

    The course duration is approximately 40 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Geochemical Techniques for Solving Reservoir Management and field Development Problems

     This course provide a deep understanding of events during field development and production, numerous problems can be solved through integration of geochemical, geological, and engineering data. Geochemical approaches for solving these problems are appealing since:
    • Will provide an independent line of evidence that can help resolve ambiguous geological or engineering data. Example: geochemical data can reveal whether small differences in reservoir pressure reflect the presence of a barrier between the sampling points. 
    • They are far less expensive than engineering alternatives. Example: geochemical allocation of commingled production costs only 1-5% as much as production logging. 
    • They have applicability where other approaches do not. Example: geochemical allocation of commingled production can be performed on highly-deviated or horizontal wells and on wells with electrical submersible pumps - well types not amenable to production logging. 
    This program explains how geochemistry complements other reservoir management tools. Case studies and exercises illustrate key points. Computer-based exercises illustrate the utility of certain key software packages. Sampling pitfalls and sources of contamination are discussed.  The program will NOT cover PVT (Pressure-Volume-Temperature) relationships or equation of state calculations.

    Target Competencies:

    • Mud Gas Isotopes 
    • Reservoir Compartmentalization 
    • Commingled Production
    • Progression of Floods
    • Fluid Viscosity and Gravity

    The course duration is approximately 40 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Structural Geology

    The Earth is a uniquely Dynamic Planet, whose Surface displays the results of (4) billion years of activity.  Structural Geology is about the movements that have affected the Earth's Lithosphere over time, and the record they have left in the crust.  

    In this program we aim to achieve an understanding of these movements in quantitative terms to measure change. The program includes Theoretical Introduction based on the Force, Stress and Strain as Physical known concepts and its application in the Geological Domains. The brittle and non-brittle Deformations of the Rocks (as a Heterogamous Material) under Extension, Compression and Transform Tectonic Regimes are discussed. Systematic Description of different Structures from Micro-, Macro to Continental Scale will help to best understand the Regional Geological Structures where the latter reflects Regional Tectonics of the Continental as will as Oceanic Plates of the Earth.  

    Target Audience:

    • Structural, Geomechanics, Geologists and Geophysicist
    • Petroleum Engineering
    • Mining  Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Post graduate Students and Researchers in the domain of Structural Geology Petroleum and mining industries

    Target Competencies:

    • Fundamentals of Structural Analysis 
    • Plate Tectonic Theory 
    • Mechanics of Fault Formation 
    • Structural Controls of Mineral
    • Petroleum Deposits

    The course duration is approximately 40 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Operations Geology and Petrophysics

    This course is designed to provide training in the practice and theory of Operations Geology and Petrophysics. It is suited to all those who supervise or are directly involved in Wellsite Data Acquisition and Evaluation. It is also suited to those who are involved in Well Planning and Well Proposals. A large amount of Data is acquired (at substantial cost), during a Drilling Operation; Mud Logs, Wireline Logs, MWD Logs, Lithologs, Cores and sidewall Cores, Geochemistry Data Well Seismic Data, Formation Pressure Data & Drilling and Well Engineering data.

    Target Audience:

    • Operations Geologists 
    • Operations Petrophysicists
    • Wellsite Geologists 
    • Exploration Wireline Geologists 
    • Development Geologists 
    • Petroleum Engineers 
    • Technical Assistants 
    • Drilling Engineers, who wish to gain a greater understanding of the Geological and Data Acquisition aspects of the Drilling Operation 

    Target Competencies:

    • Operations Geology and Petrophysics
    • Wellsite Data Acquisition and Evaluation 
    • Well Planning 
    • Well Proposals 
    • Formation Pressure Data 
    • Drilling and Well Engineering Data

    The course duration is approximately 22 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Contact us for more details.

    Advanced Applied Petroleum Geology

    Geology is a core science that underpins much of what we do in the Oil & Gas business. A good understanding of the principles of Geology as they apply to Petroleum is essential for any subsurface discipline.

    Reviews the fundamental elements of Petroleum Geology. It starts by placing hydrocarbons in a global context; the philosophy and structure of the Oil Industry; Energy trends; future resources. The Petroleum Environment is then reviewed: Source Rocks, Reservoirs, Traps, Seals and the timing of generation relative to trap formation. The course then examines the subsurface environments, subsurface temperature and pressure and the impact on petroleum systems. 

    The usage and display of subsurface geological data, and an introduction to seismic and wireline logs. This is then developed into a definition of petroleum systems and an introduction to play fairway definition and finally leads / prospects. 

    Target Competencies:

    • Petroleum Geology
    • Source Rocks
    • Reservoirs
    • Traps
    • Seals

    The course duration is approximately 35 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Introduction to Geology, Formation Pressures and Well Pressure Control

    This introductory course provides an understanding of rig mathematics and perform basic calculations.
    Define the components of formation pressure (Pore, Fracture and Overburden) and understand how they relate to one another. 
    Understand and apply methods for predicting and measuring subsurface pressures.
    Plan and calculate the well pressure profile for a given lithological column. 
    Define hydrostatic head.
    Recognize the causes and warning signs of kicks.
    Describe the common well control methods (Driller’s and Engineer’s) based on the Constant Bottomhole Pressure Concept. Perform pressure gradient calculations.
    Explain and be able to record shut-in pressures and implement initial shut-in procedures.
    Describe well control via simulation.

    Target competencies:

    • Formation Pressure 
    • Subsurface Pressures 
    • Hydrostatic Head 
    • Well Control Methods

    The course duration is approximately 32 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Seismic Survey Design, Data Acquisition, and Processing

    This course lays a strong foundation in design, acquisition and processing--the essential ingredients of successful oil and gas exploration.  As a result, participants will improve their effectiveness in planning, execution, and quality control of seismic data acquisition and processing.

    Key elements of the course include: 

    Imparting equal importance to acquisition and processing through a presentation of fundamental principles 

    Appreciation of the limitations and pitfalls through case histories and calculations of design parameters 

    Discussion of seismic survey design and processing flow for AVO or attribute analysis 

    Explanation of proper use of amplitude scaling and deconvolution for AVO and attributes 

    Demonstration of data improvement with static and dynamic corrections 

    Presentation of the fundamentals of correlation, convolution, decon, filtering, and frequency spectra 

    Explanations of seismic attributes, VSP, and Tau-P 

    This course is designated for Geologists, geophysicists, engineers, supervisors, executives and managers who will be involved in the design/ execution and monitoring of seismic data acquisition and processing.

    Target Competencies:

    • Design 2-D and 3-D Surveys 
    • Acquisition of Seismic Data
    • Processing of Seismic Data
    • Seismic Processing Flow Optimization

    The course duration is approximately 50 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Seismic Velocity Analysis

    The participants will be able to understand Physical factor that Influence Seismic Velocity, Concentrates on Velocity Measurements from reflection Data, Pre-processing, choice of Analysis Variables and Interpretation of results. 

    The course is designed for the explorationist in need of accurate Depth Maps. Particularly helpful for the Geoscientist Investigating the spatially variable differences between Well Depths and Seismic Depth Maps. 

    Target Competencies:

    • Seismic Velocity 
    • Velocity and Exploration Cycle
    • Well Velocities
    • Stacking Velocity

    The course duration is approximately 20 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    AVO, Inversion, and Attributes: Principles and Applications

    The subject of direct hydrocarbon indicators and AVO has rapidly expanded to include AVO inversion, offset AVO inversion, and 4D AVO inversion.  Further insight into the seismic data is supplied by looking at seismic attributes.  The technology has provided the interpreter with a very new and exciting package of tools that allow us to look at the seismic image as being truly representative of both the rock properties and the pore filling material.  This course is intended to provide the users and applicationists with a clear and useable understanding of the current state of these technologies.  The focus of the course is on both understanding and application.

    Exercises:  Each topic in the course outline is reinforced by an exercise that gives the participants many practical and simple methods of integrating the course material into their everyday work.

     This course is designated for Geophysicists, geologists, explorationists, seismic interpreters, technical support personnel, seismic data processors, exploration, production, and acquisition managers, who need a clear understanding of the details of  implementation and application of this technology.

    Target Competencies:

    • Hydrocarbons and Seismic Image 
    • Hydrocarbon Indicators and AVO
    • Limits of Seismic Resolution 

    The course duration is approximately 25 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    AVO and Seismic Attributes: Principles and Application

    How reliable and successful is your AVO or seismic attribute analysis? Did you know that not all AVO/seismic attribute anomalies are caused by oil and gas reservoirs? And that there is a whole range of natural and artificial factors that can influence AVO and attribute results? This course presents the basic principles of AVO and attribute analysis.  The participant is guided in: (i) selecting the correct processing techniques, (ii) determining whether an AVO analysis is at all applicable, and (iii) choosing the appropriate attributes for analysis.

    EXERCISES: on rock properties, AVO Interpretation and cross-plotting techniques, thin bed thickness, absorption due to reservoir thickness, attribute selection, many other topics 

    This course is designated for Interpreters, Geophysicists, Geologists, Technical Support Personnel, Seismic Processors, Exploration and Data Processing Managers, and Data Acquisition Managers

    Target Competencies:

    • AVO and Seismic Attributes 
    • AVO Concept & Related Factors 
    • Petrophysics and AVO 

    The course duration is approximately 25 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    2D and 3D Seismic Data Interpretation for the Practicing Explorationist

    This course will cover the main concepts underlying the interpretation of 2D and 3D seismic data, from its History, the methods of data acquisition, processing, visualization and software. Several mapping exercises will be done using seismic data - faults and horizons - and how they can be used to understand the structure, stratigraphy and geodynamics of a basin.

    This course is designated for Explorationists who are engaged in seismic interpretation. Seismic processors who wish to be exposed to the interpretation techniques.

    Target Competencies:

    • Seismic Interpreter
    • Interactive tracking 2D/3D 
    • Structure Interpretation 
    • Seismic Stratigraphy
    • Statigraphic Interpretation

    The course duration is approximately 20 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Seismic Imaging of Subsurface Geology

    This Seismic Imaging of Subsurface Geology Course intermediate level covers the proper interpretation of seismic data requires and the understanding of the underlying seismic model.  Top-notch interpreters understand the manner in which seismic data are affected by earth structure and stratigraphy, as well as by approaches used to acquire, process, and image them.  By understanding when a seismic section is a good representation of a geologic cross-section, the interpreter can assess the reliability of his seismic data.  Furthermore, by appreciating the value of seismic modeling and inversion, he can utilize those technologies to verify the reasonability of his interpretation and to achieve additional insight into subsurface geology.   This course also discusses analysis techniques such as Fourier spectra to enable him to evaluate the potential of his data and to communicate with specialists who use these techniques.  This course introduces modern seismic imaging technology by providing an integrated approach to seismic modeling, acquisition, processing, and migration technologies.  The material is presented in sufficient detail to enable the graduate to determine whether an existing data set meets his exploration needs and, if it does not, to work with specialists to reprocess it or to acquire a new data set that meets his needs.  The lectures are complemented by many case-history examples and by a large number of hands-on exercises.  

    Target Competencies:

    • Seismic Acquisition Processing
    • Seismic Acquisition Modeling
    • Seismic Survey Design 
    • Seismic Attribute Analysis 

    The course duration is approximately 25 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI)

    This course provides an understanding of the evolving role of Seismic Petrophysics through the use of amplitude variations with offset or angle (AVO/AVA), Attributes, and Inversion Techniques. Understanding Rock Physics and the behaviour of the Propagating Seismic Waves represents an integral part of the course, especially in the context of specific applications including enhanced Seismic Interpretation, Rock and Fluid Characterization, including Hydrocarbon Identification and Quantification, Fracture identification, and Stress/ Geomechanical Analysis. Course concepts are enhanced by numerous practical exercises and case studies.

    Target Competencies:

    • Fundamentals of Seismic Wave Propagation
    • Elastic Properties 
    • AVO/AVA Analysis 
    • Seismic Attribute Analysis
    • Seismic Survey Design 

    The course duration is approximately 30 hours.

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details.

    Well Placement

    The main purpose of high angle and horizontal wells is to maximize reservoir contact and enhance well productivity. To plan and construct such wells requires real-time collaboration between geologists (who need quality formation evaluation data), drillers (who require considerable input from the geologists), and petrophysicists (who interpret the formation evaluation data during the drilling process in order to optimize well placement). This process is generally facilitated by the well placement coordinator.

    Target Competencies:

    • Maximize Reservoir Contact 
    • Enhance Well Productivity 
    • Direction Drilling Concepts
    • MWD Position and Drilling-related Data
    • MWD Techniques and Tools

    The course duration is approximately 20 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Basic Production Logging

    This course teaches you the use and limitations of a variety of production logging tools including spinner, temperature, noise, fluid injections and other tools.   

    You will learn what results these tools yield, the interpretation assumptions that are integral to their designs, and how quality is affected by the acquisition process.  

    You will also learn the fundamentals of production log interpretation with hands-on examples and an in-class workshop on interpreting single- and two-phase flow using production logs.  

    You will learn how production logs can be used for the measurement of 3 phase fluid flow.

    Target Competencies:

    • Well Completion
    • Well Productivity Optimization
    • Pressure Control System

    The course duration is approximately 15 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Petrophysics and Fundamentals of Well Logs Interpretation

    This course approach will help the participants to develop a good grounding in understanding and applying Well Logging Techniques. General principles of Physics are developed to explain the functioning of Modern Logging Tools. Wherever possible, the physics of Logging Measurements is related to everyday tools and appliances. Participants develop an appreciation for the constraints and Limitations of Operating in the Borehole Environment.

    A number of actual Log Examples are related to basic principles in the description of Reservoir Properties such as Porosity, Mineralogy, Formation Factor, Saturation, and Hydrocarbon Type, for essentially Clean Reservoirs. Cross-plotting and Reconnaissance Techniques, the eyes of the part-time Log Interpreter, discriminate between Water, Oil, and Gas, quickly and efficiently. Error minimization Techniques, applicable only to computerized Log Analysis produce optimal results. Participants gain realistic experience by working in teams on a comprehensive Log Interpretation Exercise. 

     This Course is designated for Petrophysicists, Geologists, Geophysicists, Engineers, Technicians, or Anyone interested in a Solid understanding of the Principles of Borehole Geophysics.

    Target Competencies:

    • Borehole Geophysics
    • Electrical Properties of earth Materials 
    • Reservoir/Non-reservoir Discrimination
    • Borehole Calipers 

    The course duration is approximately 25 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Introduction to Petrophysics

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    Petrophysics is fundamental to all aspects of the petroleum business. Principles, applications, and integration of petrophysical information for reservoir description will be discussed in depth. Through a combination of class discussion and exercises/ workshops, participants will learn how to conduct competent quick-look evaluations. Using data from open hole logs, logging-while-drilling, and core data you will evaluate porosity, permeability, and saturation in a variety of reservoirs. Knowing how to integrate petrophysical information with other data sources will improve participants’ ability to assess technical risk when examining hydrocarbon opportunities.

    This course is designated for Geoscientists and engineers with less than twelve months experience using petrophysical data, and other technical staff at all experience levels wanting a fundamental background in the Petrophysics discipline.

    Target Competencies:

    • Petrophysical Tools
    • Porosity 
    • Permeability
    • Log Analysis and integration

    The course duration is approximately 15 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Production Technology

    This Production Technology training course, covers the techniques used to maximize production. You will learn the essential components of the discipline, through theory and exercises, in addition to the interactive videos of the application of Production Technology on Well Performance, Completion Design, Perforating, Artificial Lift, Stimulation, Sand Management, Well, Reservoir and Facility Management and Production Optimisation.

    Target Competencies:

    • Well completion design 
    • Production and injection
    • Stimulation solutions
    • Well, Reservoir and Facility Management
    • Production System Optimisation 

    The course duration is approximately 25 hours .

    The cost of this course is: Please contact us for details

    Drilling Completion & Workover Technology: Foundation

    The Advanced Drilling, Completions, and Workovers course is covering many facets of Drilling, Completion, and Intervention Technology. The material progresses through each of the major design, diagnostic and Intervention Technologies, ending with the effect of Operations on Surface Facilities and plug and abandonment requirements.

    The course focuses on the practical aspects of each of the technologies, using design examples and both successes and failures to illustrate the points of the design and the risks involved with the entire process.

    The overall objectives of the course are to focus on delivering and maintaining "Well Quality".

    To increase the Engineering knowledge and skills for:

    • Drilling, Technique
    • Different Completion Types
    • Workover Technology

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    The cost of this course is: $650 USD

    Drilling Completion & Workover Technology: Advanced

    The Advanced Drilling, Completions, and Workovers course is covering many facets of Drilling, Completion, and Intervention Technology. The material progresses through each of the major design, diagnostic and Intervention Technologies, ending with the effect of Operations on Surface Facilities and plug and abandonment requirements.

    The course focuses on the practical aspects of each of the technologies, using design examples and both successes and failures to illustrate the points of the design and the risks involved with the entire process.

    The overall objectives of the course are to focus on delivering and maintaining "Well Quality".

    To increase the Engineering knowledge and skills for:

    • Drilling, Technique
    • Different Completion Types
    • Workover Technology

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    The cost of this course is: $650 USD

    Propane Recovery and Quality Product

    A Refrigeration System is a combination of components and equipment connected in a sequential order to produce the desired refrigeration effect (cooling or heating). Refrigeration maintains the temperature of the heat source below that of its surroundings while transferring the extracted heat, and any required energy input, to a heat sink, atmospheric air, or surface water.

    The course demonstrates the different components of Propane Refrigeration System and how each component designed, selected and working efficiently and in safe way. Also the course will demonstrates the processes operation troubles, how to predict and how to solve these problems in safe, effective & efficient manners.


    Leadership Skills Workshop

     The world is full of managers; but the need for leaders are much more than before. Almost all contemporary organizations are seeking leaders among their working employees. This workshop will provide managers with a practical roadmap for developing their leadership skills so as to increase employee morale and productivity, and to be able to lead their subordinates and their entire organizations through a turbulent world that we witness today.

     

    • Adapting Communication skills in the work environment
    • Identifying ways in which actions affect morale 
    • Empowering and motivating employees 
    • Establishing productivity partnerships with employees 
    • Adapting the leadership style to each employee and situation 
    • Learning to be a more authentic leader 
    • Learning how to build the spirit of teamwork

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Leadership and Management Development Skills


    This program offers an in-depth guide to the techniques and tools needed to be an affective leader. Participants will work a series of interrelated cases and workshops covering leadership styles, the high & low points of each and the specific features of transformational leadership. 

    To increase the Leadership knowledge and skills for:

    • Managers in all levels
    • Leaders who want and desire to be effective in their career

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Leadership and Behavioural Skills

    This course will enable participants to:

    • Understand the difference between leading and managing
    • Know how to establish  a collaborative, long-term relationship with their subordinates
    • Know how to develop effective ways of projecting a positive leadership image
    • Use a wide rage of leadership styles in order to gain support and commitment
    • Understand proven techniques of building positive relationships based on mutual understanding and trust.

    To increase the Leadership knowledge and skills for:


    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Developing Executive Leadership


    By the end of this program, participants will be able to : 

    • Distinguish between effective and ineffective leadership behaviors 
    • Assess their own leadership capabilities 
    • Explore ways of improving their personal effectives in critical areas of relationship – building, team management, delegating and empowering followers etc..
    • Motivate and encourage "team spirit" among their own staff 
    • Identify root causes of conflict at work 
    • Create a self – development action plan for continuous learning and growth as competent leaders. 
    • Developing executive leadership

    To increase the Leadership knowledge and skills for:

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Managerial Leadership

    In order to be highly effective, managers must posses a wide variety of managerial skills and utilize the most powerful leadership techniques. In this program you will learn to:

    • Advance the quality of your managerial skills 
    • Intensify the impact of your leadership style 
    • Generate superior performance in your area of responsibility 

    • Closely examine their present mindset and its implications 
    • Develop their ability to motivate for maximum effect 
    • Gain appreciation for the impact of organizational culture 
    • Strengthen their personal leadership skills 
    • Realize how situations affect our leadership approach 
    • Sharpen their managerial skills in a variety of areas 
    • Learn to be a high impact manager 
    • Discover an appreciation of what makes organizations excellent

    The course duration is approximately 35 hours, and consists of 5 lessons.

    Project Management Master Class

    Project Management practice is evolving, playing a pivotal role in project-driven workplaces. It is the application of concepts, knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to meet the project objectives and increase the probability of project success in project-based organizations. Without effective project management, projects are often running into troubles and risking failures. Not understanding the basic concepts behind managing projects leads to missed deadlines, cost overruns, expensive changes, lost opportunities, frustrated project managers, team members and shareholders. Today’s changing economic climate, marked by an increasing competitive global environment, is driving project managers worldwide to become extremely more business focused. Projects must now be viewed from a strategic perspective within the context of a business or enterprise that needs to provide business value to both the client and the organization itself. Consequently, today’s project managers are required to possess the skills to effectively manage and complete a project to meet the client’s requirements and expectation and shareholders’ return on investment purpose.

     This practical training session gives participants a performance edge by teaching you how to initiate, plan, execute, control and complete your projects more effectively and efficiently as projects are critical to the success of any organisation   It provides participants with the knowledge of project management fundamentals and their benefits in effectively and efficiently managing projects that they can apply immediately in their project environment.

    This training session is for those responsible for managing, leading, coordinating and working on projects of any size who are desirous to learn how to use knowledge of basic, practical and formal project management principles and methodologies in their day-to-day work to improve their companies’ business operations and strategy. These include:
    • General managers responsible for projects and programs 
    • Technical professionals and engineers moving into project management related positions 
    • Marketing staff 
    • Team leaders 
    • Project coordinators, project managers and project directors 
    • Quality assurance and R&D personnel 
    • Business, system and requirement analysts
    • Process managers, product design and development managers.

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Project Management, Scheduling & Compliance: Planning, Scheduling & Control

     This program addresses both the “hard” skills and the “soft” skills needed by project managers to plan and control projects. The “hard” skills are the technical “mechanics” of managing a project, while the “soft” skills deal with the human issues, and ultimately, it is people who deliver results on projects.

     The goal of this program is to assist organizations in developing project managers who are aware of the strategic importance that project management plays in the achievement of the mission of their organization, and their role in leading the way to better performance and profits.

     Covering the entire project life cycle, this program is based on the best practices found in the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). In this program you will learn how to:

    • Establish and accomplish goals that are linked directly to stakeholder needs
    • Utilise tried and proven project management tools to get the job done on time, within budget and accordance with requirements
    • Work through a proactive approach to risk that will give you a clear understanding of both qualitative and quantitative risk analysis.

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Advanced Project Management

    Modern Project Personnel must be aware of the latest project management tools and skills, and have balanced competencies to succeed in today’s global environment.  Projects are an integral part of any business but too many of these projects suffer from cost overruns and schedule slippages. This program presents practical tips and state-of-the-art tools and techniques for the successful completion of complex projects. In this program you will:

    • Enhance your leadership and management skills 
    • Engage in new project management paradigms 
    • Sustain project momentum 
    • Establish effective cost/schedule control systems 
    • Implement advanced techniques for tracking project programs

    The major impact of this program is the integrated treatment of advanced project management issues leading to a more productive and knowledgeable project person.

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Project Risk Management Professional (PRMP)

    Some organizations manage risk better than others. Reviewing and studying projects results show that risk management is crucial for successful outcomes. How do organizations accomplish this? What are the best practices in risk management that are needed to be successful in today’s changing environment. This course will discuss the risk management process and identify how organizations are putting this into practice to maximise project success. Based on their work with global clients and formal research, we will outline the lessons learned, and tools used, in risk Planning, identification, qualification, quantification, mitigation and control. In addition, we will provide tactical recommendations on how to put these concepts into practice back on the job. 

    The course will enable the participants to understand thoroughly and practice the PMI risk management processes which have been developed  from the best practice. It will also prepare the participants to go for the PMI Risk Management Professional “RMP”

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Project Management Professional (PMP)

    Today’s ever-changing Business Environment requires new approaches to Project Management, which has become an important tool for dealing with time-to-market, Resources, Limitations, Downsizing and Global Competition. As markets and Project Organizations become more dynamic, Administrative and Technical Skills alone are no-longer sufficient to deal with the Complexities of Modern Project Undertakings.  

    In recent years, the Project Management Professional Certification from the Project Management Institute “PMI” has become the most sought-after certification in the world of Project Management Professionals. To earn PMI’s PMP Credential, you must demonstrate the required ‘Long Term Commitment” to Project Management Professionalism and pass a rigorous, 200  multiple choice questions exam covering the five Project Management Process Groups and ten knowledge areas as in PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) 5th edition.

    Project Managers and Program Managers who are or will be involved in the areas of Engineering, Production, Data Processing, Research and Development, Construction, Corporate Planning, Finance and Marketing. 

    This program is of particular importance to Executives, Managers and Supervisors who are concerned with effectively managing ventures and Projects where Cost, Schedule and Performance of Programs must meet rigid requirements.

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Coaching, Counseling And Mentoring Skills

    Turning around performance or behavioral problems is probably the toughest task supervisor face. The purpose of this intensive course is to demons hate to participant a 7- step model for effective coaching. Plus a 6- step suede to facilitative and supportive counselling.   

    • Coaching VS. Counselling
    • Communication for effective coaching
    • How to build your listening , probing and assertiveness skills
    • (12) Critical coaching skills every leader must have 
    • Common root causes of performance problems and unacceptable behaviour
    • How , When and where to coach
    • Creating conditions for the best responses and out comes to counselling 
    • Understanding how people respond to counselling and why they respond that way 
    • The manager as a mentor 
    • (7) Critics prerequisites for successful mentorship
    • The relationship between the mentor and the mentee
    • How to develop a realistic performance improvement plan 

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    Coaching and Mentoring

    Coaching and Mentoring are Processes that enable Individuals to achieve their full Potential. Many Organisations around the world are providing their staff with Coaching and Mentoring to Fast-track Achievement and extend much-needed Competencies.

    Today's organisations feature fewer Management layers and emphasize Individual responsibility. Successful Delegation and Empowerment relies on Effective Coaching. This Coaching & Mentoring Training Program Focuses on the methods by which Managers Develop the Performance of Individuals in their Team. This Coaching Training Program Looks at two main Types of Coaching, providing Opportunities for Managers to Apply these Skills.

    Facilitate the Exploration of Needs, Motivations, Desires, Skills and thought Processes.

    • Use questioning Techniques to facilitate program participants own thought Processes in order to identify Solutions and Actions.
    • Support the program participants in setting appropriate goals and methods of Assessing Progress.
    • Encourage a Commitment to action and the Development of lasting personal change and growth.
    • The relationship between Coaching and other Performance Management Techniques 
    • The key Coaching Styles (Input and Output) 
    • The Coaching Process and Skills 
    • The Role of the Mentor and Mentoring Programs.
    • Encourage Program Participants to continually improve Competencies and to develop new Skills.
    • Coaching to improve individual Performance 

    The course duration is approximately X hours, and consists of X lessons.

    TITRATION METHODS FOR WATER ANALYZING AND CHEMICAL PREPARATION

    Water quality is defined as a measure of the physical, chemical, biological, and microbiological characteristics of water, monitoring water quality provides empirical evidence to support decision making on health, environmental, and industrial issues.

    This training course is designed to focus on different analytical methods and techniques for water analysis such as gravimetric, titrimetric, spectrophotometric methods. The course tailored to refresh your knowledge with classical titration, gravimetric techniques and chemistry background related to these methods, in addition to update you on current and advanced methods including modern automatic titration, sensors, spectrophotometers and instrumentation.

    The course will cover also practices of how to carry out different water physical tests and chemical tests.

    Oil filed Water including produced water and injection water will be covered and criteria of quality control and associated problems.


    Critical Thinking (Classroom based)

    This training programme will teach you all about Critical Thinking and how this will assist you in your day-to-day working practices.

    You will participate in 11 modules of learning, with an assessment and quiz at the end of each module.
    The learner will be able to gain a certificate for each course after completing all of the modules.

    The Training Program contains 11 modules and should take you 20 hours including taking an online course as well as additional supporting files.


    Critical Thinking

    This training programme will teach you all about Critical Thinking and how this will assist you in your day-to-day working practices.

    You will participate in 1 e-learning course.

    The Training Program contains 1 online modules and should take you 1 hour .




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