Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Nigerdock graduates 48 Professional Trainees from its Training and Development Academy

To re-emphasise its leadership in Nigerian Human Capacity Development, Nigerdock Plc. has graduated 48 professional trainees from its recently re-branded training and development academy upon completion of their on the job training under EGINA FPSO Project.

The foremost indigenous and fully equipped academy offers the highest quality and competence needs-based training for its workforce and clients in the sector.
L-R: Emeka Anazia, Human Capacity Development Manager, Nigerdock; Imo Kalu Imo, Nigerian Content Manager, Samsung; Adebisi Ibirogba and Pauline Ogar, both Professional Trainees of Nigerdock Training & Development Academy; Engr. Iwhiwhu Maurice, Capacity Building Manager, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and Ifeanyi Chime Nigerian Content Manager, Nigerdock during the Professional Trainees Graduation Ceremony at Nigerdock Training and Development Academy, held recently in Lagos.


The Nigerdock academy, which is globally recognised, has been training tradesmen and professionals for over three decades, recording over 6,000 trainees in various skills including project management, quality assurance, occupational health and safety, welding, fitting, painting and coating, machining, lifting, rigging and scaffolding among others.

According to Director, Group Corporate Affairs, Jagal, Joy Okebalama, “Just some weeks ago we unveiled the re-branded Nigerdock training and development academy and today we are yet again celebrating and graduating 48 professional trainees. These professional trainees are university graduates that have trained in several skill sets including Project Engineering, Project Planners, Welding Engineering, Fabrication Engineering, Post Weld Heat Treatment – QAQC, Lifting Operations, Coating Inspection, Contract Administration, Health Safety and Environment, Non Destructive Technicians, Cost Control, Procurement Specialists, Dimension Control, Welding Inspectors, Materials Control & Monitoring and Information Communication Technology.”

These trainings were in agreement with Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria (SHIN) Limited for the delivery of National Human Capacity Development on the job training under the EGINA FPSO Project for a duration of 15 months from February 1, 2016 to April 28, 2017.

“These professional trainees received hands-on-training, based on curriculum focused on prescribed international certifications for each skillset from internationally accredited subject matter experts. They all benefited from training in real life environment - from start to finish with nothing simulated, in-depth theoretical and hands-on training and access to pool of internationally accredited subject matter experts in different skillsets. Most of the certifications were obtained in country from Oil and Gas Training Association of Nigeria (OGTAN) member training service providers while some were obtained overseas due to their non-availability in country,” she added.

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