Human Resource Management (HRM) in the Petroleum - Oil and Gas – Industry-Module 2-(Diploma-Postgraduate)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Paris 01 Louvre (France) and Amsterdam (Netherlands)

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Suitable for: This Course is Designed For: Executives from the Oil and Gas Industry. Senior Managers from Oil and Gas Industry. Human Resource Professionals in Oil and Gas Industry. Personnel Officers in Oil and Gas Industry. Human Resource Personnel from Upstream Oil and gas Operation. Human Resource Personnel from Downstream Oil and gas Operation. Human Resource Personnel from Midstream Oil and gas Operation. General Human Resource Specialists desirous of a career in the oil and gas industry. All others with a genuine interest in enhancing the effectiveness of the Human

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Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Amsterdam
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Netherlands
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Flexible
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Paris 01 Louvre
(75) Paris, France
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Course programme

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues

Introducing the Oil Subsectors:

Horizontal, Vertical and Full Integration activities, including:

Exploring for oil and gas

Developing fields

Producing oil and gas

Mining oil sands

Extracting bitumen

Liquefying gas by cooling (LNG)

Regasifying LNG

Converting gas to liquid products (GTL)

Generating wind energy

Downstream Activities Including:

Refining oil into fuels and lubricants

Producing petrochemicals

Developing bio fuels

Trading

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

Employee Flexibility and Workforce Flexibility

Alternative Patterns of Work and the Increase in the Non-Standard Contracts:

The Different Forms of Worker Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry

Elements of Workforce Flexibility

Numerical Flexibility

Functional Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry

Temporal Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry

Financial Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry

Geographical Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry

Hard and Soft HRM within the Oil and Gas Industry

The Flexibility Debate within the Oil and Gas Industry:

The Concept of the ‘Flexible Firm’ within the Oil and Gas Industry

The Strategic Use of Flexible Workers within the Oil and Gas Industry

Flexibility Strategies for Economic Development within the Oil and Gas Industry

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

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

Moral Commitment

Remunerative Commitment

Calculative Commitment

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

Designing Personnel Specification

Market Targeting

Designing and Placing Advertisement

Weighting and Using Candidate Assessment Form (CAF)

Conducting Interviews

Non-Conventional Personnel Selection

The Value of Staff Induction

Organising an Induction Programme

Running an Induction Programme

Short-Listing Candidates

Conducting Interviews

The Value of and Problems of E-Recruitment

The Different Types and Levels of E-Recruitment

Conducting Periodic Interviews

Conducting Exit Interviews

Job Design and the Law

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

Industrial Espionage in the Oil and Gas Industry

Managing Knowledge Transfer in Oil and Gas Industry

Understanding and Managing Expatriate Workforce

Creating a Learning Organisation within the Oil and Gas Industry

Synthesizing Knowledge in the Oil and Gas Industry

Enhancing Worker Motivation for Continued Moral Commitment to the Organisation

Technological Knowledge Transfer in Oil and Gas Industry

Employee Development in the Oil and Gas Industry


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