Producing the Talent Oil and Gas skills program by Y8v30ga

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									                 Building Industry’s
                        Skill Capacity


David Brown, People Development Manager, Origin Energy
Governance Board Member, Petroleum Skills Association
September 2009
Governance   Workplace Training
 sponsors        sponsors
Petroleum Skills Association
high level activity
The vision:
To collaboratively achieve sustainable skill
capacity development for our industry.


•Working collaboratively to meet future skill demand
•Identifying skill, resource and training gaps and
 meeting needs
•Coordination and collaboration of education outreach
•Raising the profile of industry career opportunities to
the local and New Zealand communities
Stakeholders

                                       •Industry
                                      •operators
         •Training service
            •providers                                   •Schools/Universities
         •- private/public



                                                                           •Specialist
•Community
                                    •Petroleum Skills                     •consultants
                                      •Association
                                         •Board


 Workplace training
                                                                      •Trainees
     providers

                        •Industry
                                                   •Government
                        •advisory
                                                     •entities
                         •groups
Industry Skills Survey 2007

• Senior level roles
• Engineers
• Geo science roles
• Trade level with relevant
  training/experience
• Operation and maintenance
  (highest)
Economic Impact Assessment
2006/2007

USING MULTIPLIER ANALYSIS:
• 17% GDP to Taranaki region
• $1.0 billion to Taranaki economy
• $1.6 billion to NZ economy
• Employed approx. 3000 FTE’s

• Key constraint to growth - Labour
Industry projections 2008


• GDP increase to 38% by 2026
• Using multiplier analysis, 2.66 - 8900
  FTE’s needed by 2026
• Productivity rate per FTE $900,000
  (compared to $97,000 per FTE of Taranaki
  region as a whole)
  Industry skills action plan


     Make               Fix                 Buy




Increase supply   Ensure effective     Incorporate
of trained        utilisation of       skilled migrants
workers through   existing skills in   into existing
education and     workplaces           vacancies
training
Strategic direction

 –   Immigration
 –   Marketing of sector
 –   Coordinated education outreach
 –   Pre-entry training programmes
 –   Engage with education - employment
     bodies
 –   Aligning with schools/polytechnics
 –   Coordination of industry training
Immigration NZ Alliance
SUBMISSION
•   Production manager (manufacturing)
•   Petroleum engineer
•   Chemical engineering technologist
•   Geologist
•   Petro physicist
•   Geophysicist
•   Occupational health and safety adviser
•   Earth Science technician
•   Safety Inspector
•   Maintenance Planner
•   Chemical plant operator
•   Gas or petroleum operator
Careers in oil and gas

• Information and education outreach via
  brochure
• Website detailing careers, description of
  job families, education needed and links
  to companies and organisations.
Process Operations
• Coordination of training and networks
• Training and development event
  calendars
• First NZ Pre-entry process operations
  training programme
Process Operations Training
Programme Logistics
• 12 Students

• Pre-selection criteria – industry selected

• Government subsidised and industry
  sponsored

• National Certificate level 2 in Energy and
  Chemical Plant (process operation)

• Workplace training in 5 varied companies

• Good employment prospects
To Re-Cap
• In for the long-term

• Driving sustainable skill capability
  development

• Forming and maintaining effective
  relationships with education and training
  sector.

• Leading organisation in industry skill
  development
Thank you

								
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