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Petrofac Training Services Expands Capability to Deliver Major Emergency Management Course in U.S.

30 November 2010

HOUSTON – Petrofac, the international oil & gas facilities service provider, will expand its capability to deliver Major Emergency Management (MEM) training to the U.S. offshore and onshore oil & gas industry by opening a second, state-of-the-art simulation suite at its Houston Training Center.

Petrofac first to attain approval for new OPITO Major Emergency Management course

1 November 2010

Petrofac, the international oil & gas facilities service provider, has become the first provider in the world to gain approval for the new OPITO approved Major Emergency Management Initial Response Course, through its Training Services business.

Petrofac creates new national training centre for Syrian Arab Republic

10 October 2010

Petrofac, the international oil & gas facilities service provider, has designed, refurbished and equipped a state-of-the-art technical training centre in Syria, as part of its long- term commitment to CSR and training.

Petrofac introduces new NEBOSH-accredited certificate in oil & gas operational safety

24 August 2010

Petrofac, the international oil & gas facilities service provider, announces that its Training Services business has been accredited to deliver the new NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil & Gas Operational Safety course and is the sole accredited provider of this course in Scotland.

Baku training centre accredited as an EAL-approved assessment centre

1 April 2010

EAL (EMTA Awards Limited) is the leading awarding body for engineering National Vocational Qualifications, responsible for the award of more than 70% of engineering vocational qualifications in the UK.

Petrofac ensures safety of museum’s crew

24 February 2010

Petrofac Training Services, the leading provider of competence-led training solutions to the international energy industries, has provided training in ‘Personal Survival Techniques’ to 14 volunteers from the Scottish Fisheries Museum Trust, saving the charity around £2,000.