Institute to train oil workers on negotiation, conflict resolution
The training, which is part of the school’s continuous improvement and performance enhancement goals, is an educational and training arm of Energy and Corporate Africa is slated to commence next month August.
The Global Programme Director, School of Energy & Corporate Leadership, Lydia Lawrence said the training will involve teaching, presentations, role plays, case studies, review of decided cases, interactive sessions and the direct application of latest technologies in negotiation and conflict resolution.
At the signing of the agreement to consummate the training with PENGASSAN Chevron branch, the Chief Executive Officer, Energy and Corporate Africa, Sunny Oputa, emphasised that his organisation believes strongly in the philosophy that humans are the greatest assets of any country or organisation, and therefore should be nurtured with continuous quality training to enhance productivity, efficiency, effectiveness, reliability and competitiveness.
According to Oputa, some of their faculty members have more than 20 years of experience in their various fields and majority of them have won distinguished awards in their various industries and professional organizations.
He further stated that the institute would continue to create dynamic environment for capacity building, ensuring high performance, strategic agility and leadership that would help organizations and groups to attain their goals.