Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 8, 2006
Boston-based International Human Resources Development Corporation (IHRDC) has announced that it will offer a new three-day program addressing all aspects of today’s international gas business – including supply, LNG, power generation and trading and deregulation.
Participants will receive a comprehensive overview of the international gas business, from upstream supply to midstream transportation and processing to downstream markets. The unique learning format includes both formal lectures and group participation in a challenging Atlantic Basin gas “business game” where competing groups develop and operate an integrated gas business.
“Our energy programs focus on both the business fundamentals and continuous changes that are occurring in the converging oil, gas and power business", said Dr. David Donohue, President of IHRDC. "We find it necessary to add new programs annually to keep up with the rapid pace of change in the our industry and this is one such program.”
IHRDC has been delivering management programs for practitioners in the energy sector since 1990. Participants from over 40 countries, representing more than 450 companies, have attended programs in Boston and throughout the world. The company is known for introducing the “business game” into programs, allowing participants to deepen their understanding of the topic by engaging in hands-on planning and decision-making.
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:
617-536-0202, ext. 2257
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