Human Resource Management (HRM) in the Petroleum - Oil and Gas - IndustryHRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
£ 8.000 - (9.238 €)
- En 50 sedes
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
Oil and Gas
Recruitment and Selection
Occupational Health Safety
Workplace health and safety
Safety Relief Valves
Module 1: Understanding Oil and Gas Operation
Oil and Gas Conceptual and Contextual Exploration
Introducing the Oil Subsectors
Downstream activities including:
- Reﬁning oil into fuels and lubricants
- Producing petrochemicals
- Developing bio fuels
- Retail sales
- Managing CO2 emissions
- Supply and distribution
- Business-to-business sales
Other factors relevant to Oil and Gas Production, incorporating:
- Oil Well Lease
- Long-term explicit contracts
- Franchise agreements
- Joint ventures
- Co-location of facilities
- Implicit contracts (relying on firms’ reputation
- Geological Research and Oil Exploration
- Drilling or Mining
- Basic Drilling Operation
- Natural vs. Artificial Lifts in Oil and Gas Production
- Coalbed methane drilling technology
- Principles of Gas Processing
- Oil Well Drilling
- Spudding Oil and Gas Wells
- Oil and Gas Rig Operation
- Offshore Oil Rig Operation
- Successful Effort Accounting
- Horizontal Drilling
- Marketing Oil and Gas
- Oil and Gas Production Separator Principles
- Oil -Water Separator Offshore
- Oil Separator
- Principles of Amine Sweetening
- Production Separator Principles
- Glycol Dehydration Principles
- Emulsions and Vertical Heater Treater Principles
Module 2: . Human Resource and Personnel Management
The Development Of HRM. Personnel and HRM
Module 3: Human Resource Planning
The rationale for human resource planning (HRP) within the oil and gas industry.
The link between HRP and corporate planning within the oil and gas industry.
The investigation and forecasting processes-understanding contextual influences within oil and gas context
Designing, implementing and reviewing the effectiveness of HRP in an oil and gas setting.
Planning for the future in Oil and Gas Industry
Module 4: The Strategic Significance of Employee Resourcing & Approaches to Employee Resourcing
The role of employee resourcing in contributing to corporate strategies and goals within the oil and gas industry
The role of internal and stakeholders in the employee resourcing process within the oil and gas industry
Managing the potentially conflicting concerns of stakeholders in employee resourcing within the oil and gas industry
Dealing with stakeholders’ values and expectations within the oil and gas industry
Traditional approaches to employee resourcing within the oil and gas industry
Emergent and contingency approaches to employee resourcing within the oil and gas industry
The role of employee resourcing in business and subsystem strategy
The role of employee resourcing in the development of organisational strategy within the oil and gas industry
Organisational strategy and employee resourcing strategy compatibility within the oil and gas industry
Employee Resourcing Strategy
Employee retention in the Oil and Gas Industry
Determining Training Needs within the Oil and Gas Industry
Module 5: Employee Flexibility and Workforce Flexibility
Alternative patterns of work and the increase in the non-standard contracts
Module 6: Human Resource and Performance Management
Assessing the nature and causes of performance problems:
Performance Management in Oil and Gas Operation
Managing poor performance within the oil and gas industry
Managing absence within the oil and gas industry
Dealing with harassment within the oil and gas industry
The effective management of retirement, redundancy, dismissal and voluntary turnover within the oil and gas industry.
Evaluating the mechanisms available for preventing or alleviating poor performance within the oil and gas industry.
Module 7: Employee Resourcing: Recruitment and Selection: A Strategic Standpoint
Staff turnover and negative and positive impact on the organisation;
Levels of Individual Commitment of potential and new recruits.
Recruitment and Selection as a Resourcing activity.
Training, Education, Development as facilities for new recruits.
The importance of Human resource Forecasts.
Methods of forecasting human Resource needs of the Organisation.
Strategic Operational Review’ (SOR) as prerequisite for Human resource forecasting.
The legal bases of Recruitment and Selection.
Importance of Human Resource Audit.
Conducting Human Resource Audit.
Periodic and Exit Interviews.
Systematic Recruitment and Selection Process.
Conducting Job Analysis.
Designing Job Description.
Module 8: Talent Management and Intellectual Capital within the Oil and Gas Industry
Talent Management in Oil and Gas, as an ‘Expert Sector’
Creating Most Desirable Employer Status in Oil and Gas Operation
Training and development Strategy in Oil and Gas Industry
Knowledge Management in Oil and Gas Industry
Protecting Intellectual Property in the Oil and Gas Industry
£8,000.00 Per Delegate for UK Delivery £10,000.00 Per Delegate for Delivery outside the UK