After a 12-month technical training phase, our 22 students specialised in Oil and Gas Engineering will join various industry companies established around the world (Malaysia, France, Ghana etc.) to gain experience and learn best practices from international Oil and Gas companies during a 6-month internship.
Visit of INPG stand by Mr Mouhamadou Makhtar CISSE, Minister of Oil and Energy of Senegal and his counterpart Hon. Gwede Mantashe, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy of South Africa.
INPG and BP are launching a series of oil and gas training workshops in Dakar and St. Louis. These training sessions aim to improve general knowledge of the oil and gas industry to support the local content development strategy.
As part of the programme to upgrade the Senegalese administration through continuing education, INPG offers tailor-made training to meet the specific needs of companies.
For three days, SENELEC professionals were able to benefit from training on gas contracts in order to build their capacities for a better understanding of the gas market in Senegal.
INPG, as part of its educational innovation strategy, has received a batch of latest-generation computer hardware from Schlumberger. This computer equipment will help to reinforce the practical training of students by promoting the use of specialised professional software.
Official launch of the training programme for 25 BP apprentice technicians with the support of INPG.
In spite of the closing of borders and the impossibility for IFPTraining trainers to travel, we were able to hold the end-of-training
Launched by INPG and BP in November 2019, the training sessions on oil and gas are continuing in Dakar. From 10 to 21 February 2020, nearly 200 people from various backgrounds were trained at INPG. These included members of the National Youth Council of Senegal (CNJS), members of the Observatory for Monitoring Economic Development Indicators in Africa (OSIDEA), students from the Institute of Earth Sciences (IST) and journalists and bloggers who are members of Synpics.
In spite of the closing of borders and the impossibility for IFPTraining trainers to travel, we were able to hold the end-of-training presentations by the first generation of students, via videoconference and in person, with a strong representation of national and international partner oil companies. This support is organised in strict compliance with health measures and social distancing rules. Our first specialised engineers trained in Senegal are ready to join the oil and gas industry.