INPEX recently attended the Offshore Europe 2011 Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition in Aberdeen, Scotland. Spanning the 6th-8th of September, this event drew a variety of international players in the oil and gas community to discuss projects, share innovations and define the future of the industry.
The National Apprenticeships Program (NAP) for the minerals and petroleum resources sectors is seeking Expressions of Interest from applicants prepared to undertake an Advanced Entry Adult Apprenticeship and work anywhere in Australia. Expressions of Interest from overseas tradespeople whose qualification are not recognised in Australia are also encouraged to apply.
More than 1,000 advanced entry adult apprenticeships will be available, initially in Queensland and Western Australia.
In 2009, Jody Elliott was featured in an article The Brisbane Times discussing the number of scam websites promising job opportunities or offering information relating to resource industry job opportunities that required individuals to pay. At the recent request of a number of subscribers, we’re re-posting our advice given a number of these ‘services’ unfortunately continue to operate.
The following tips are provided to ensure the security of your information as you apply for positions advertised on line, or seek information.
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has announced a round of resource industry job expos to be held across major regional centres of Queensland. The Expo’s are intended to connect those seeking an opportunity in the industry with mining and construction companies, and to provide guidance and advice on career pathways and providers.
As we enter the last third of the year it is time to pause and reflect on the year to date. At Kaplan we have had more enquiries from the mining and resources sector regarding our courses in applied finance than ever before.
The Resource Channel this week announced its alliance with The International Resource Journal (IRJ); a publication from leading international digital media group, George Media Inc.
The Resource Channel will contribute articles on a regular basis to IRJ, relating to the Australian resource sector. The IRJ is sent electronically to more than 100,000 verified and carefully selected senior executives from medium to large resource companies across the globe.