IADC Competency Webinar

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sponsored-lloydsIADC’s competency webinar is now live. The approximately 60-minute webinar will seek to clear the confusion on what competence is, outline benefits of employing a competent workforce and, finally, share tips on organizing a competence-assurance system.

Three expert panelists are featured:

  • John Tustin, Petrofac operations director of competence solutions;
  • Malcolm Duncan, Lloyd’s Register competency manager, and;
  • Dr Brenda Kelly, IADC senior director of program development.

Mark Denkowski, IADC VP of accreditation and credentialing, moderates.

After the webinar, don’t forget to post questions by visiting:

http://www.DrillingContractor.org/WebinarQuestions

 

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