Oil and gas industry training and education
Canadian Drilling School is a one-stop training solution for oil and gas personnel. Courses include IWCF Well Control, Drilling Engineering, and Safety subjects. Drilling professionals will appreciate the selection of state-of-the-art simulators.
CPTI provides customized, comprehensive technical and business training solutions to assist organizations in the effective and efficient development of energy resources, worldwide. CPITI has provided training in over 70 countries. Training programs are designed to meet the needs of governments, energy companies, educational institutes, and international aid agencies.
Cape Breton University offers Degrees, Certificate and Diplomas in Engineering & Technology including in Petroleum (focus on exploration, drilling, production and recovery in the offshore petroleum industry) and Environmental Studies.
Contendo is an emerging leader in online training solutions. With roots in the Oil and Gas industry, Contendo has ‘Walked in Your Work Boots’ and has first-hand knowledge of the training needs of businesses and municipalities of all sizes.
DigitCore offers two flagship products, DigitCore Software and the DigitCore Library, to geoscientists. The DigitCore Library is a rapidly expanding database of digital core images of sub-surface cores, as well as outcrops, seamlessly integrated with the DigitCore Software so that users can do their own geological interpretations.
The NSERC CREATE Training Program for Offshore Technology Research (OTR) is an opportunity for highly-qualified personnel to study, research and intern in the growing offshore industry and build on the research strengths associated with Canada’s research priority on natural resources and energy.
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is a polytechnic and applied sciences institute. NAIT provides careers programs in applied research, technical training, applied education, and learning designed to meet the demands of Alberta’s technical and knowledge-based industries.
SRC provides services for enhanced oil recovery, reservoir engineering and analysis, process optimization, technology testing, partial upgrading, carbon capture and storage, methane emissions reduction, clean technologies, pipeline flow testing and modelling, environmental management, air and climate monitoring, data management systems, oil and gas training, and remediation (including community engagement).
SSTL delivers training on-site at its Dartmouth center, or as a satellite delivery project at the client’s premises. SSTL’s customized training solutions overcome critical challenges for organizations seeking to manage risk and respond to emergencies.
With 24/7 dedicated response centre agents, a central monitoring platform, and a connected network of devices and technology, Telelink Response Centre can respond in real-time to any alert. Benefits include complete, flexible solution that protects people and assets. Telelink integrates all the components necessary to monitor, assess, and respond to any type of risk or emergency.
The Social License Consortium’s (SLC) purpose is to leverage skills and financial resources to directly participate in both the creation of wealth for local communities and the financial benefits that flow from sound economic investments thus leading to the overall elimination of poverty and robust and vital livelihoods for all participants.
Virtual Marine Technology’s simulators are globally certified by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and are recognized by the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) STCW and MODU Codes. Virtual Marine is recognized across the marine environment (defence contractors, oil and gas operators, maritime training institutions and Coast Guards) for delivering high fidelity simulation and training solutions to improve the safety of personnel and assets.