How about russia, Slb siberian training centre?. All I know is that trainees under certain segments, such as wireline engineer has their own school in colombia, so slb sent them to colombia while mudlogger to Dubai, middle east learning centre. I can't find more information about other slb training centre in the web. T_T
from what I know ,SLB has MLC(middle east learning center),KLC(Kentucky learning center??),SLC(sugar land learning center),ELC(european learning center),STC(siberia tyumen training center) and some other which I don't know of.Some of the training center is integrated which means it provides training to numerous segment while other only provides training for a specific segment.The one in MLC and ELC is an integrated training center.
hey sifus, i've tried to search around, but i think dis may be d best place to ask.
i'm currently in my final year as an aerospace engineering student and i'm very interested in joining the oil n gas industries seeing as how my seniors n fellow family friends have "lured" me. They say it's d most monetarily rewarding with great benefits. I'm not lying when i say dat money is my main motivation right now.
So my question is, am i qualified to apply for a job in this industry? My cgpa is a tad short of 3.5 Here are the list of subjects i took as an undergrad. Perhaps it can help shed some light.
ENGINEERING LAB 1
COMPUTING SYSTEMS & PROGRAMMING
INTRODUCTORY ECONOMICS FOR ENGINEERING
ENGINEERING CALCULUS I
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS
ENGINEERING CALCULUS II
ENGINEERING LAB II
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB 1
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND LINEAR ALGEBRA
PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
RIGID BODY DYNAMICS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND STATISTICS
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB II
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES I
COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND PART. DIFF. EQUATION
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES II
FLIGHT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB
INSTRUMENTATION AND AVIONICS
NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF STRUCTURES
AIRCRAFT DESIGN LABORATORY
SPACECRAFT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB
I'd also like to know how can i apply the knowledge from my course in the oil and gas industry? When we graduate, we'll be granted bachelors of mechanical(aerospace) engineering.
Hope u guys can help me out. Sorry if i dont provide enough info. THANK YOU!
depend's on the post,if u are applying for a field engineer position,nobody actually cares about what engineering background that u have.
if u are applying for any position which has some relation to mechanical engineering such as drilling engineer I believe u would still stand a chance.