BTEC International Specialist and Professional Oil and Gas sector
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Why the Oil & Gas Sector?
The oil industry is one of the most powerful branches in the world economy. More than four billion metric tons of oil is produced worldwide annually. It is projected that global oil demand will increase until at least 2035. Daily global oil consumption is expected to grow from 89 million barrels in 2012 up to 109 million barrels in 2035. Transportation and industry will continue to be the sectors with the highest demand for oil .
(Topic: Global oil industry and market, 2020)
Oil and Gas qualifications developed with Humanoid
Humanoid Sdn Bhd, established in 2009 is an organisation focused on delivering quality training and consultancy services for our clients. They are specialised in oil & gas and petrochemical training. Humanoid works with Pearson BTEC to deliver the qualification, courses, technical training, and competence profiling workshops.
Humanoid has undertaken and delivered people development projects for various multinational companies such as Petronas, Petrochina, Sinopec, Brunei Shell Petroleum, Brunei LNG, KPOC, Sarawak Shell, EPOMS, Hess, Woods and others.
Learn more about the Oil and Gas qualifications available
This qualification is for learners who work as control room operators. It gives them the knowledge and skills to control production process operations in an oil and gas facility. Due to the hazardous nature of oil and gas operations, all learners are required to gain mandatory knowledge and skills in process operations, including safety, by implementing and supervising oil and gas frontline safety barriers, and by responding to and recovering in emergencies.
This qualification is for learners who are working as electrical technician engineers involved in the planned and corrective maintenance of electrical equipment and systems in oil and gas facilities, and who want to work towards becoming senior electrical technician engineers.
This qualification is for learners who are working as instrument technician engineers involved in the planned and corrective maintenance of instrumentation in oil and gas facilities, and who want to work towards becoming senior instrument technician engineers.
This qualification is for learners who are working as mechanical technician engineers involved in the planned and corrective maintenance of rotating equipment in oil and gas facilities, and who want to work towards becoming senior mechanical technician engineers. Learners will develop the necessary knowledge and skills to maintain reciprocating engines, pumps, gas turbines, and compressors.routine maintenance on static equipment, engines, pumps, turbines and compressors.
This qualification is for learners who work as production, maintenance, marine or terminal supervisors in oil and gas installations. Completing Units 1–3 will fulfil the minimum requirements for an individual to stand in as acting operations installation manager (OIM) if the OIM is absent.
This qualification is for learners who are working as an acting or deputy operations installation manager (OIM) in oil and gas installations. They will be working towards becoming an operations installation manager when they have completed the qualification. This role includes managing production facilities on-site and any supporting facilities on- and off-site.
The qualifications are designed to cover the minimum competence standards to meet the job requirements for key health, safety and environmental (HSE)-critical roles in the oil and gas industries. Process Technicians will gain the knowledge and skills needed to operate and monitor oil and gas processes and their associated systems.