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The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board provides professional advice, information, skills development and qualifications to help individuals within engineering construction succeed in their chosen careers.

Working closely with industry employers, their training programmes and Vocational Qualifications guarantee competence in practical craft and technician occupations as well as the technical, management supervisory, design and project management skills.



The Evolution of Project Management in the Oil & Gas Industry - 29th July 2015

The ECITB in conjunction with the Offshore Project Management Steering Group (OPMSG) has launched a pioneering webinar series featuring leading experts and practitioners from the Oil & Gas sector. At a time of great change for the industry, this exciting new initiative, focused on non-technical behaviours, represents an investment in the knowledge and skills base of the next generation of project managers, engineers and support staff in the Industry. 

Based around a full Project Lifecycle, the Oil & Gas Project Management WebinEYE series aims to bring together good practice as demonstrated through application, presented in an engaging and inspiring storytelling webinar led by industry experts. 

The first webinar is targeted for 29 July 2015 and focuses on The Evolution of Project Management in the Oil & Gas Sector with experts Austin Hand, Former General Manager, Global Decommissioning, Shell E&P and Tony Maplesden, Strategic Authority, Projects – WGPSN. 

To register, please visit http://www.ecitb.org.uk/projectmanagement/webinar/the-evolution-of-project-management-in-oil-gas-29th-july/


The Skills Charter is to encourage both companies and clients in engineering construction to put the skills shortage at the top of their agenda. Here are some of the companies that have signed the pledge.
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