EPI offers a detailed 3-week training course in Seismic Project Management which can be tailor made to client’s specific company requirements.
Feedback from the latest course, undertaken for the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) as part of the training phase of the Voltain Basin Exploration Project*, has been outstanding, with 100% of the participants rating their experience as 5/5.
Our renowned industry experts including, Peter Knox, David Bernard, Trina Fahey, Bob Heslop, John Lepper and Andy Reid can guide you through all the aspect of Project Management from contractor negotiations through to social performance, empowering you to have confidence in your team’s skills to better manage project budgets, deadlines and risk.
Andy Smart and Peter Knox with some of the GNPC project management course attendees outside Arundel Castle.
What our clients say…
Don’t just take our word for it, here are just some of the comments received on the feedback forms, from last month’s course:
“EPI is highly commended for the job, well done!”
“I will recommend this course program to GNPC Management to get more people to attend. This will help in the projects that are run in GNPC to realise the dream of operatorship.”
“The overall organisation was excellent.”
“The skills and knowledge acquired will help build robust teams for the proposed Voltain project in Ghana.”
“Peter is a master in Project Management!”
“All the course presenters exhibit good presentation skills.”
“The content was well explained and real life situations were cited as examples.”
“The course was very practical… and the lecturers were very knowledgeable in their field.”
“The outdoor treats and seismic planning at Arundel Castle was very nice.”
“Good job by EPI.”
Why wait? Contact us to start planning your own experience
For full course details email email@example.com or call us on +44 (0)8702 40 66 99.
*EPI Group (EPI) Ghanaian Joint Venture company, – EPI SonarTusk – provides project management consultancy to support seismic exploration by Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) in the Voltaian Basin. For this contract, EPI is supporting the first onshore exploration in Ghana for nearly 40 years, intended to acquire a regional 2D seismic programme within the 104,000 km² basin.