March 16, 2007
Recognizing the ever increasing need for a skilled, certified lobour force in western Canada, FSCL is expanding to provide H2S Alive training in Fort McMurray, Alberta. We are in the process of finalizing course dates for this area and expect to be adding Fort McMurray to our training schedule, with courses each month, beginning in May 2007. Please check our training page often, for ongoing schedule updates.
January 13, 2007
FSCL has researched extensively to see if any organization offers the ENFORM H2S Alive course in Montreal or anywhere in Quebec. The ENFORM H2S Alive course has become a pre-requisite in the oil and gas industry and over 100,000 people are trained every year throughout Canada. The demand has increased steadily over the last few years. FSCL last year (2006) took this course on the road in Atlantic Canada as well as the ENFORM Detection and Control of Flammable Substances which reinforced the demand requirements. Many of our students heading to Western Canada for work or in Atlantic Canada received the required training for employment well in advance so they were ready to go to work.
We presently have put the week of February 19 to 23, 2007 aside to travel to Montreal to provide the ENFORM H2S Alive and Detection and Control of Flammable Substances courses in Montreal.
The schedule is as follows:
Monday, February 19, 2007 - H2S Alive
Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - H2S Alive
Wednesday, February 21, 2007 - H2S Alive
Thursday, February 22, 2007 - H2S Alive
Friday, February 23, 2007 - Detection and Control of Flammable Substances
More information on these courses can be found here.
Should enough people be interested in these dates by February 9, 2007 we plan on providing these courses in Montreal.
Please contact us by e-mail (email@example.com) or phone (1-902-858-3220) to express your interest in attending.
October 18, 2006
FSCL recently completed the requirements to become an official training franchise for the ENFORM "Detection and Control of Flammable Substances" course. To celebrate this milestone FSCL is offering a special promotion. Every student, paid in full, who attends a "Detection and Control of Flammable Substances" course between November 1st, 2006 and December 20th, 2006 will be entered into a draw to win the following:
The draw will be held on December 20th, 2006. The winner will be contacted by FSCL.
October 1, 2006
FSCL has moved again! This time to a much larger space that will include a brand new learning center complete with computer workstations for online interactive courses, a classroom, and a shop for hands-on practical training. With a new training center comes new course offerings as well. FSCL will begin offering 2 Enform interactive computer-based courses as well as St.John ambulance standard first aid. This more than doubles the current training programs available. For more information on our courses check out the services page. For our course schedule and pricing information visit the training section.
Frank Simmons Consulting Limited
(FSCL) and the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) have teamed up to deliver
online oil and gas training for ExxonMobil’s recently completed South
Venture Platform. The training program consists of 10 technical subject modules,
including Power Generation and Distribution and Produced Water Treatment. It
aims to familiarize ExxonMobil’s offshore staff with the new South Venture
platform, in part via Flash animation and platform images. Each student will
complete a competence assessment about the platform operations. NSCC Online
Learning will work with FSCL’s curriculum to develop this online training
approach. “FSCL’s curriculum and practices in the industry are reputable,
due to their level of quality and commitment to service,” says Steve Foran,
director of NSCC’s energy group. “This project focuses on making
quality learning accessible based on the needs and schedules of the learner.”
The work for ExxonMobil’s South Venture project will wrap up early this
September 30, 2004
SOUTH VENTURE EMPLOYEES WILL BE TRAINED
IN NOVA SCOTIA (09/30/04)
Frank Simmons Consulting Limited and the Nova Scotia Community College have teamed up to deliver online oil and gas training for ExxonMobil's recently completed South Venture Platform. The training program consists of ten technical subject modules including Power Generation and Distribution and Produced Water Treatment.
It is intended to familiarize ExxonMobil's offshore staff with the new South Venture platform. Each student will complete a competence assessment about the platform operations.
"We believe the highest-level professional quality training is the way of the future in Nova Scotia Energy, and naturally it is a road we are eager to help pave," says Frank Simmons, President, FSCL. "We are pleased to pursue this innovative solution with our knowledgeable colleagues at NSCC, particularly as we explore the many options provided by online training delivery."