Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 7, 2005
Boston-based International Human Resources Development Corporation (IHRDC) will apply its Competency Assurance Process (CAP) to meet the needs of Caltex by assisting in the development and delivery a world-class training system built on international standards. IHRDC Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will undertake a Quality Fitness Review (QFR) of the current training program for Caltex O&M personnel, review and refine the competency matrix and develop robust, accurate job competency models for each job title. Finally, IHRDC experts will build a curriculum and assessment process that will help to ensure that the stated competency requirements for each job title are fully met. The CAP program will provide Caltex with a long term, competency based training solution that will ensure the implementation of effective O&M training across the workforce.
IHRDC’s CAP has been used to develop capable O&M personnel at drilling, oil and gas production, refining, gas processing and LNG facilities worldwide. IHRDC has implemented CAP extensively in the Middle East and was recently awarded the contract to design and apply the training system for Chevron Nigeria’s Escravos Project.
“We are excited to strengthen our relationship with Caltex in the area of professional staff development”, said Robert Taylor, Director of International Business and Project Director. Caltex Indonesia also licenses IPIMS.ep, IHRDC’s e-Learning system for professional E&P staff.
Headquartered in Boston with offices in Amsterdam, Cairo and Caracas, International Human Resources Development Corporation (IHRDC) is a privately owned company that has been providing highly regarded management, technical and operations training programs and competency-based e-learning systems to the oil and gas industry for more than 35 years.
The company’s e-Learning program, the International Petroleum Industry Multimedia System (IPIMS) is licensed by over 55 companies worldwide and recently won the 2003 Corporate Award for Excellence in Distance Learning Programming from the U.S. Distance Learning Association in Washington, DC.
For more information contact:
Vice President, Middle East & Africa
617-536-0202 ext. 2261
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