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Featured webinar: What is “competence” and how can it help your organization?

Posted on 13 February 2013

Don’t miss this groundbreaking webinar on one of the hottest issues in our industry – competence – and how it can help your company. 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.

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DC’s competency webinar, sponsored by Lloyd’s Register, will air beginning 27 February and feature three expert panelists:

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.

The webinar will be posted on DC’s Drilling It Safely microsite. Mark Denkowski, IADC VP of accreditation and credentialing, will moderate.

There is no charge to view the webinar, but registration is required. More information can be found here.

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