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In fulfilment of its commitments to Nigerian Content Human Capacity Development initiatives, Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI) has concluded the training of eleven engineers at Saipem yard, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

The 24-month exercise was conducted as project based trainings on the back of the execution of the Umbilicals, Flowline and Risers (UFR) modules by Saipem Nigeria for Total.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Engr. Simbi Wabote commended Total for ensuring that the youths received qualitative training, adding that the company had become a veritable partner of the Board in the implementation of the Nigerian Content Act.

The Executive Secretary who was represented by the Manager, Human Capacity Development, NCDMB, Engr. Maurice Iwhiwhu Kelly also hailed TUPNI and Saipem for their commitment towards the Board’s Human Capacity Development Initiative (HCDI).

Kelly congratulated the trainees on the successful completion of their programme and commended the zeal they displayed during the training. He charged the participants to use the skills they have acquired in their future endeavors.

In his comments, the Nigerian Content Coordinator, Egina Project, TUPNI, Mr. Adedamola Adenubi, commended the Board’s dedication to human capacity development in the oil and gas industry. He encouraged the participants to remain good ambassadors of the project. The programme produced seven Installation Engineers, two Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Engineers and two Fabricating Engineers.



19 Responses

  1. this is very good. please how can i participate in the training, i will be grateful if am opportune to participate.

  2. I have been hearing of this training, but don’t know how to be part of it, though,I was privileged to attend OSMERT PHASE 2 2006 without completing 6months industrial attachment as it was promised. I will be very excited and never forget somebody that will include in this kind of training. ……..Gbalekuma Prince D. BRASS LGA Bayelsa state.

  3. This is commendable , kudos to Total and NCDMB, I want to do the training as well, please notify me when the next training is commencing, thank you.

  4. I commend NCDMB for building local capacities through this process of pragmatic training of Nigerian graduates in various fields of endeavor. I am currently a beneficiary undergoing training. Thank you NCDMB management!

  5. This is a laudable program in building local capacity, I would love to be a beneficiary so that I can make impact positively to my national at large in the area of oil and gas technology .
    Please how can I apply for the oil and gas training, thanks.

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