Registration – Webinar

sponsored-petroskillsIADC Competency Webinar

Industry vitally needs huge numbers of quality entry-level staff. But how to quickly recruit them and build their competency?

PetroSkills is sponsoring an engaging, technically focused webinar for IADC, surrounding the topic of competency assurance. A date for the webinar will be announced soon.

Drilling Contractor will host a webinar, sponsored by PetroSkills, examining personnel competency from the perspective of industry “pain points” – recruiting, screening, hiring, developing and retaining entry-level staff. Industry vitally needs huge numbers of such personnel while simultaneously meeting market needs, managing costs, satisfying regulations and fulfilling client requirements.

Complete the form below to pre-register and post questions in advance.

 

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