Executive Summary

AFRI Training Limited will be a training and development company in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania that offers training services to experienced and newly hired personnel to EPC Contractors,  pipeline operators, operators, mining companies and construction companies, with skills and knowledge required to succeed in the natural, construction and infrastructure sector.

This business plan will be used to define the scope of our services, as well as a means of gaining the necessary investment to open the company. It will also be used continually  in the evaluation of AFRI Training Limited’s mission, goals and objectives.

The key to success for AFRI Training Limited is the ability to market effectively,  creating high-quality learning environment where people enjoy themselves, and hiring qualified  and experienced instructors to aid in the running of our courses.

The discoveries of massive natural gas in Tanzania, along with the resulting investments in infrastructure such as ports, oil and gas pipelines and renewable energy projects, have created a significant demand for local workers in Tanzania. The sad reality is that operating companies find it difficult to attract highly qualified local people for implementation of the projects in the region.

AFRI Training Limited hasave equip itself in this challenge and has assembled a strong team of qualified and knowledgeable instructors to fully satisfy the needs for highly qualified workers by developing workers and moving them from just local level to world class professionals and industry leaders.

AFRI Training Limited is projecting  a modest net profit in its first year  of operation with this increasing steadily  by the end of the third year.

Company Summary

AFRI Training Limited is a new manpower development company that provides training services to new to experienced and newly hired personnel to EPC Contractors,  pipeline operators, operators, mining companies and construction companies with skills and knowledge required to succeed in the natural, construction and infrastructure sectors.

Company Ownership

AFRI Training Limited will be duly registered as a limited liability company financed partially by direct owner investment.

Mohamed Aboud: Owner and Managing Director; will own 45% of the company.

The other limited partners will own   30% and 25%.

Mission 

The mission of AFRI Training Limited is to develop and transform local workers from just being users to be world-class professionals and industry leaders.

Our purpose is to move the local industry professionals from just users and followers to ex-pat experts and to professionally independent focal point which will produce local leaders of the industries, and they will able to lead the industrialization phases execution accordingly.

Vision

AFRI Training Limited is seeking to be a training hub in East Africa by providing training that meets industry standards and requirements.

Objectives

  • To achieve a substantial sales revenue during the first year of operation.
  • Increasing sales modestly  during the second year of operation.
  • Increase customer base by 25% by the end of the third year.

Keys to Success

Effective Marketing: We will market AFRI Training Limited as a distinguished name in Tanzania and we will do it creatively so that our services  will reach each of our market segments.

Knowledgeable and Experienced Trainers and Management: By providing trainees with knowledgeable and qualified staff who show genuine interest in the participants, clients will be confident that AFRI Training Limited will meet all their manpower development needs and requirement.

Up-to-Date Curriculum:  By offering an up-to-date industry curriculum, students, employers and the society can be confident that the program meets the quality standards that produce highly qualified workforce.

 

To get the full version of this business plan of industrial training and development company in Tanzania including financial plan reach out to Hussein.boffu@tanzaniapetroleum.com or +255655376543

 

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Objectives

Mission

Vision

Company Summary

Company Ownership

Start up Funding

Products and Services

Market Analysis

Market Segmentation

Competition

Competitive edge

Marketing Strategies

Management and Personnel Plan

Financial Plan

 

 

 

Deep down you know it’s true. How’s difficult to gain oil and gas information in this country. Some people will require you to pay them big cash to teach you how to make money in this industry. Because I love you,  I’m giving you all this information for free. So no matter who you are. If you put to the use what I am going to share with you.

You’re not to be the same way again. You will be doing business with many oil and gas companies in Tanzania and make  you smile to your bank account.

Read also:The main Area-of-investment-in-oil-and-gas-sector-in Tanzania

But I want to be totally honest with you. I don’t want to baby you that you will make it overnight. These works once you have a good preparation,  being ready to work late hours and commitment to risk taking.

Do you want to learn how making  money in the oil and gas sector in Tanzania? So check these out:

  1. Find a decision maker- These are people who can say “yes”  or no to your offer.
  2. Get to a supplier list
  3. This is a personal industry contact never advertise on Newspaper
  4. For a Tanzanians, put a philosophy of local supply and services first
  5. Spend 80% of your time visit oil companies offices and rig sites and tell them what you can do for them
  6. Provide now or they will get from someone else
  7. Be honest. When you sit with client never promise what you can’t deliver
  8. Never say negative about your competitors products or services. Because you’re not expert of your competitor products and services
  9. Deliver on time or early
  10. Give good service, they will give more job
  11. Never argue with your client
  12. Have a presence of rigs sites and camps, as many oil and gas companies in Tanzania are exploration and production phase.So many buying decision made on field.
  13. Never give up. Keep on follow up. Regular visit will help you identify your clients need
  1. I prefer to work with oil companies than their drilling contractor because they pay with in 30 days
  2. Socialize with other oil and gas stake holder in Tanzania.Join our local chamber of commerce, attend industry events. Go and play with them golf, football and gain their trust
  3. Use your network wisely
  4. Keep updated with what’s going on

So what are you waiting for

Now, go out there and make it happen. Trust me, you will get back here with successful story.

If you found this information useful, leave a comment

    Hussein.Boffu

Email:Hussein.boffu@tanzaniapetroleum.com

Mobile +255655376543

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Those getting a job in Oil and gas companies, multinational and other Tanzanian oil and gas companies are not necessarily better  or smarter than you’re. They are ordinary person like me and you. Now you can learn how they get good job and you’re not getting any.

 

In this article you will learn  how to get access to the secret technique how to get your dream job in the highly competitive Tanzania’s oil and gas market.

 

Dear Future Tanzanian oil and gas workers,

About 3 years ago when you tried to picture where you will be this year. What did you see?

 

You saw yourself working with reputable oil and gas companies earning huge salary and riding a nice car, Right? In other words you live the life you desire.

But today?  Mhmh…! The reality is different,  the reality does no agree with your dreams.

You still have not gotten the job you want- even after submitted many job applications.

 

You still have not implement big plans have in your life. And you’re  still not financially capable to play “big brother/sisters” to your youngers and relatives.

Your parents haven’t started enjoying the fruits of their hard work, and perhaps you still fall back on them for some financial assistance

 

Are you sick and tired of being asked “So what are you doing? Because your mouth have no answer like I’m still searching for”

And your hope of getting a job in oil and gas die day by day.You confusing the most with these increasing number of graduates and reducing jobs available

Here’s a the Reality.

Not being unemployed makes you feel bad.

You’re feeling bad because you think like you’ve no power or control over your life.

And it leads you to feel like a FAILURE as an ADULT.

 

If I ask, do you know why you haven’t gotten a job  in oil and gas yet?

I know your response will be:

  1. I do  not have any connection”
  2. “My GAP was quite Low”
  3. “I have low grade”
  4. “I think the course I have is unrelated to oil and gas industry”
  5. “I think I’ have bad lucky”

But here’s a the reasons

Your classmate are getting good job in these international oil and gas companies. And are promoted to higher position. Most of them are raised from ordinary family

With no connections. With poor grades.What’s make them so special? Is it kismet? No.

Now, let me tell you the truth

My friend, it’s not always about connections or your GPA

It’s about doing things right way.

The reason you’re not getting oil and gas jobs is because you’re not doing something right. And result you’re losing your chances to those who are doing right things.

You won’t get the oil and gas job if your using the same approach everybody use.especially with  huge competition out there.

You know what I mean?  Is the approach where you send out resumes/Cv’s to several oil companies and hoping hiring manager will call you back.

 

This approach will only drain your energy and get you more frastruated.

And Even if this approach works, it does not work for high paying job, it only work for ordinary jobs.

But to get a job in oil and gas sector you must get a knowledge. And you can’t get knowledge by osmosis. You must learn it

Now you can learn to get a high paying job in the oil and gas sector (here in Tanzania)

I have put together an entire book titled “GET HIRED NOW IN TANZANIA’S OIL AND GAS SECTOR” and it’s going to turn your world around in ways you can hardly imagine

This book  designed to educate you  on the technique of getting high paying job in Tanzania’s oil and gas sector

But I will also completely  implant the skills you need to get your dram job into your mind, brain and personality

Here are some of things you will learn in this book.

  1.  Tanzania oil and gas job profile
  2. Basic qualification to get hired in the oil and gas sector
  3. Tips to approach oil and gas companies
  4. Tips to apply for oil and gas jobs
  5. Tips to get internship in the oil and gas sector
  6. A sample resumes that get results
  7. How and where to find oil and gas job opportunities
  8. The best tips to get a job in oil and gas sector
  9. Mistakes that will keep you down from getting job in oil and gas
  10. Things that will boost your job search in oil and gas
  11. How to craft  attention-grabbing  cover letter that stand out from crowd and get interview invitation
  12. A crash course in oil and gas (If you have back ground unrelated to oil and gas will give you crash course presented in simple language to have better understanding of how the oil and gas sector works)

NOTE: All this secrete by experienced oil and gas professionals,Include:

Mark LaCour- (Managing Director of America based company named model point (He has 23 years experience working in different oil and gas company)

Nestroy Phoye-(Managing Director of Recruitment agency  named Proactive solution ltd. His company recruiting Tanzanians and placing them into oil and gas companies)

Here’s how to get this exclusive oil and gas book

To get complete package of the Oil and Gas book on “Get Hired Now In Tanzania’s Oil and Gas Sector”

Simply call the following numbers +255655376543 or +255653702878 for ordering instruction. The book price is Tzs 10,0000

Please send your payment including your email to the above number and your book will be delivered  to your email inbox

Hurry and make your order now! Call+25565276543 or +255653702878.

 

Order your copy of “Get Hired Now In Tanzania’s Oil and Gas Sector” and you will get easy to read, eye opening and interesting book in Pdf format ( So you can read on your  PC, tablet or Smartphone)

Please not the ebook is only available in electronic (PDF) version, So no hard copy for now.

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Gulf Technical & Safety training Centre (GTSC). GTSC has centres all over the Middle East and is interested in expanding into East Africa. I  list the courses provided. You will see that ALL courses are certified by the relevant bodies and are therefore recognised worldwide in the Oil & Gas industry.

They understand the advantages and necessity of partnering with a local Tanzanian company and are happy to do this. They have many instructors for these different courses and feel we could contribute strongly in Tanzania. I would really welcome some the right  Tanzanian partners to work with.

If you’re  keen on tapping this major opportunities, please, send me an email at Hussein.Boffu@tanzaniapetroleum.com and let start conversation. As I will link you with key person in this company.

They offer nearly all safety training for oil and gas. Here’re some of them:

1 Basic and Advanced First Aid 1, 2 to 4
3 Advanced First Aid & BLS 2
4 First Aid for H2S 1
Fire Fighting Courses Duration
1 Fire Extinguisher 1
2 Basic Fire Fighting 1
2 Advanced Fire Fighting 2 – 10
3 Fire Marshall / Warden 1
4 Basic H2S 1
5 H2S Breathing Apparatus 1
6 Offshore Fire & Emergency Team Member / Leader 3
7 Fire Team Leader 3
8 Command and Control 3
9 Confined Space Entry 1
10 Helicopter Rescue and Fire Fighting 2
11 Fire Watch 1
12 Fire Safety Awareness 1
Road Safety Courses
1 Defensive Driving Off-Road (Heavy Goods Vehicle) 1
2 Defensive Driving On-Road (Heavy Goods Vehicle) 1
3 Defensive Driving Off-Road (Light Vehicle) 1
4 Defensive Driving On-Road (Light Vehicle) 1
5 Driving skills (Off-Road) 1-2
6 Forklift Safety 1-2
Offshore Survival Courses
1 Sea Survival 1
2 Offshore Survival 2
3 Life Boat Coxswain (TEMPSC) 2
4 Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) 1
5 Fast Rescue Craft 2
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 Abrasive Wheel 1
2 Accident & Incident Investigation 2
3 Basic Risk Assessment & Risk Management 2
4 Chemical Handling 1
5 Chemical Spill Awareness 1
6 Chlorine Handling & Hazards 1
7 Behavioural Safety Audit 2
8 Behavioural Based Safety (BBS) 3
9 Fork Lift Safety 1/2
10 Emergency Response 1
11 Environmental Auditing 1
12 Environmental Awareness 1
13 Food Hygiene 1
14 Heat Stress 1
15 Incident Investigation & Reporting 2
16 Mobile Crane Safety 1
17 Planned Inspection & Audit 1
18 Working at Heights 1
19 Helicopter Landing Officer 2
20 Helicopter Marshaller 1
21 Helicopter Refuelling 1
22 Helideck Assistant 1
23 IATA – Dangerous, Hazardous & Harmful Cargo Handling 5
24 IMO – Dangerous, Hazardous & Harmful Cargo Handling 5
25 Industrial Hygiene 1
26 Introduction to Waste Management & Pollution Control 2
27 Manual Handling 1
28 Noise at Work 1
29 OSHA 1
30 Offshore Safety 1
31 Oil Spill Awareness 1
32 Control of Substance Hazardous to Health (COSHH) 1
33 Job safety Analysis (JSA)  / Task Risk Analysis (TRA) 1
34 Safety Audit, Hazard Inspection & Site Inspection 4
35 Safe Working Procedures, Hand and Power Tools Safety 1
36 Safety Management 3
37 Waste Management (on land) 1
38 Welding Safety 1
39 Workshop & Warehouse Safety 1
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA)
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 Safe crane operations 3
2 Electric overhead travelling crane / (Operation & slinging) 1 – 2
3 Banksman / Lifting & slinging 2
Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI)
Road Safety
1 Defensive driving training programme 2
Emergency First Response (EFR)
First Aid
1 Primary Care (CPR) & secondary care (First Aid) & care for children with AED 1
2 Primary Care (CPR) & secondary care (First Aid) & care for children 1
3 Primary Care (CPR) & secondary care (First Aid) with AED 1
4 Primary Care (CPR) & secondary care (First Aid) 1
5 Primary Care (CPR) with AED 1
6 AED course 1
7 CPR & AED course 1
8 Primary care (CPR) only 1
9 Secondary care (First Aid) only 1
10 Care for children with AED 1
11 Care for children only 1
12 Care for children (Child & infant CPR / First Aid 1
OSHAcademy
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 OSHAcademy general industry 10 – 30 hrs
2 OSHAcademy construction industry 10 – 30 hrs
3 OSHAcademy OSH Professional Program 132 hrs
4 OSHAcademy HAZWOPER 8 hrs
American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI)
First Aid
1 Basic First Aid 1
2 Blood borne pathogens 1
3 Child & Baby Sitting safely 1
4 CPR / AED (Community & Workplace) 1
5 EMR for adults (Workplace) 2
6 CPR Pro (Professional level BLS) 1
7 Emergency Oxygen Administration 1
8 Advanced First Aid 2
9 Wilderness First Aid 2 – 3
10 Wilderness First Responder 8 -10
11 Wilderness EMT upgrade 5
12 Emergency Medical Response 6
The Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH)
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 IOSH Working Safely 2
2 IOSH Managing Safely 5
National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
1 International diploma in Occupational Health and Safety (IDipNEBOSH) 36
2 International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (IGC)(IGC) 12
3 Award in Health and Safety at Work (HSW) 3
4 International Technical Certificate in Oil & Gas Operational Safety (IOGC) 3
5 International Certificate in fire Safety & Risk Management (IFC) 12
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)
First Aid
1 Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work 2
1 Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work 3
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 Level 1 Award in Food & Safety Awareness in Catering 1/2
2 Level 1 Award in Health & Safety at Workplace 1/2
3 Level 1 Award in Induction tinto Safety in Food Premises 1/2
4 Level 1 Award in Induction to Food Safety for Manufacturing 1/2
5 Level 1 Award in Induction to Food Safety for Retail 1/2
6 Level 1 Award in Fire Safety Awareness 1/2
7 Level 2 Award in Environmental Principles & Best Practices 1
8 Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Manufacturing 1
9 Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Retail 1
10 Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering 1
11 Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Manufacturing – refresher 1
12 Level 2 Award in Health and Safety at Workplace 1
13 Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handing 1/2
14 Level 2 Award in Principles of Risk Assessment 1
15 Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles 1
16 Level 2 Award in Health and Safety at Workplace – refresher 2
17 Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Logistics 2
18 Level 3 Award in Environmental Management 5
19 Level 3 Award in Food Safety Supervision for Manufacturing 3
20 Level 3 Award in Food Safety Supervision for Manufacturing – refresher 3
21 Level 3 Award in Food Safety Supervision for Retail 3
22 Level 3 Award in HACCP for Catering 4
23 Level 3 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing 4
24 Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering 4
25 Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering – refresher 4
Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organisation (OPITO)
1 Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency TrainingA (BOSIET) 3
2 Further Offshore Emergency Training (FOET) 1
3 Tropical Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training (T-BOSIET) 3
4 Tropical Further Offshore Emergency Training (T-FOET) 8
5 T-HUET 1
6 HUET & EBS 1
7 Travel safely by boat (Initial) 1
8 Travel safely by boat (further) 1
9 Basic H2S 1
10 Offshore Emergency Response Team leader (Initial & further) under approval 3 & 1
11 Offshore Emergency Response Team member (Initial & further) under approval 4 & 1
12 Lifeboat coxswain (Initial & further) under approval 4 & 1 1/2
International Association of Drilling contractors (IADC DIT))
First Aid
1 Basic First Aid 1
3 Advanced First Aid 2
Road Safety Courses
1 Defensive Driving Off-Road (Heavy Goods Vehicle) 1
2 Defensive Driving On-Road (Heavy Goods Vehicle) 1
3 Defensive Driving Off-Road (Light Vehicle) 1
4 Defensive Driving On-Road (Light Vehicle) 1
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 Basic Scaffolding Inspection 1
2 Crane Operations 1
3 Confined Space Entry & Rescue 2
4 Forklift Operation 1
5 H2S Breathing Apparatus 1
6 Rigging & Lifting 1
7 Scaffolding Awareness Program 1
8 Scaffolding Erection & Dismantling Training 3
Technical
Well Cap/Well Control / DIT Programs :
1 IWCF Well Control for Surface BOP Operation 5
2 IWCF Well Intervention 5
( Wireline, Coiled Tubing, Snubbing each by itself) 3
3 IADC Well Cap 5
4 IADC Well Intervention 5
( Wireline, Coiled Tubing,Snubbing each by itself) 3
5 IADC Drilling Diploma 6 months
6 IADC Well Testing Design and Analysis 5
Simulator Training Program:
2 Drilling Fluids using MudSIM Simulator 5
3 Advanced Drilling Technology using DMT Simulator 5
4 Advanced Fluids Technology using MudSIM Simulator. 5
5 Basic Coiled Tubing Practical using CTS Simulator. 5
6 Advanced Coiled Tubing Practical using CTS Simulator 5
7 Industrial Instrumentation using Oil & Gas Simulator (GENSIM 2000) 5
8 Production Facilities using Oil & Gas Simulator 5
9 Basic Well Testing using TestSIM Simulator 5
10 Advanced Well Testing Practices & Interpretation using Simulator 5
Drilling & Well Intervention Programs:
1 Basic Casing & Cementing Design 5
2 Advanced Casing & Cementing Design 5
3 Horizontal Drilling Technology 5
4 High Temperature-High Pressure Gas Wells 3
5 Drill String Failure Prevention 3
6 Completion & Workover 5
7 Stuck Pipe Prevention 3
8 Basic Wireline 5
9 Advanced Wireline 5
10 General Coiled Tubing 5
Geology Courses:
1 Structural Geology. 5
2 Organic Geochemistry. 5
Production Engineering Courses:
1 Surface Production Operations 5
2 Gas & Oil Production Engineering & Processing 5
3 Natural Gas Production & Operations 5
4 Applied Open Hole Log Analysis 5
5 Nodal System Analysis & Production Optimization 5
6 Gas Lift Operations & Trouble-Shooting 5
7 Artificial Lift Methods 5
8 Beam (ROD) Pumping 5
9 Valves Technology 5
1 0. Horizontal and Multilateral Wells: Analysis and Design 5
1 1. Well Test Design and Analysis (IADC) 5
1 2. Coring and Core Analysis 5
1 3. Seismic Interpretation 5
1 4. Instrumental Spectrophotometer Analysis 5
1 5. Sequence Stratigraphy: An Applied Workshop 5
Process Engineering Courses:
1 Process Plant Start-Up 5
2 Refinery Plant Operations 5
3 Operation & Performance of Refinery Equipment 5
4 Petrochemical Intermediates Manufacture 5
5 Industrial Water Treatment 5
6 Catalytic Petroleum Process 5
Refinery Engineering Courses:
1 Refinery Operations Training Program 5
2 Basic Fundamentals 5
3 PetroIeum Processing 5
4 Refinery Equipment & Process Control 5
5 Refinery Process & Petroleum Products 5
6 Refinery Utilities & Facilities 5
7 Environmental & Loss Prevention 2
8 Refinery Loss Control 2
9 Refinery Process Simulation 5
10 Basic Training for Refinery Operators 5
11 Lab Technician Program Tailored Course
12 Planning and Economics of Refinery Operations 5
Reservoir Engineering Courses
1 Basic Reservoir Engineering 5
2 Advanced Reservoir Engineering 5
3 Applied Reservoir Engineering 5
4 Reservoir Simulation 5
5 Enhanced Oil Recovery 5
6 Natural Gas Reservoir Engineering 5
7 Gas Production Operations 5
8 Gas Production Engineering 5
9 Modern Well Test Analysis 5
10 Reservoir Characterization: A Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach 5
11 Sandstone Reservoirs 5
12 Carbonate Petro Physics 5
Sottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)
Occupational Health & Safety Practice Level 4 G92C
PDA Internal Verification of workplace Assessment GA2F 48 (L & D11)
PDA Workplace Assessment using direct and indirect methods GA2E 4 (L & D9)
1 Professional Development Award in H&S – level 8 G94J 48
2 Award in Health and safety in a construction environment – level 4 GJ4P 04
3 HN Unit H&S Management F0ND 35 level B
4 Others as listed on www.sqa.org.uk
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
First Aid
1 Basic First Aid 1
2 Advanced First Aid 2
Road Safety
1 Defensive driving off-road HV 1
2 Defensive driving on-road HV 1
3 Defensive driving off-road LV 1
4 Defensive driving on-road LV 1
Fire Fighting
1 Basic Fire Fighting 1
2 Advanced Fire Fighting 2
Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)
1 Basic H2S 1
2 H2S Awareness 1
3 H2S BA 1
4 H2S intensive 2
5 Authorised Gas Tester 2
6 Confined Space Entry 2
7 HAZCOM 2
8 HAZID 2 in 1
9 HAZMAT 2 in 1
10 HAZOP 5
11 HSE Inspection 2
12 Job Safety Analysis 2
13 Lock Out Tag Out 1
14 Rigging & Lifting 2
15 Safety Leadership 2
16 Permit to Work 1
17 Accident and Incident Investigation 2
18 Basic Scaffolding Inspection 1
19 Crane Operations 1
20 Forklift Operations 1
21 Offshore Emergency Response Team Member 4
22 Offshore Emergency Response Team Member Further 2
23 Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader 3
24 Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader further 2
25 Scaffolding Erection and dismantling Training 3
26 Scafolding Awareness Program 1
27 Behavioural Safety Audit under approval 2
28 Rig Electrician under approval 1 month
29 Rig Mechanic under approval 1 month
STCW-95 Maritime courses
1 Proficiency in Survival Crafts and Rescue Boats 3
2 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting 3
3 Advanced Fire Fighting 5
4 Personal Safety and Social Responsiblity 3
5 Personal Survival Technique 2
6 Elementary First Aid 3
7 Medical First Aid and Medical Care 8
Maritime Qualifications
1 Skippers less than 200 GT 10
2 Skippers less than 500 GT under approval 10
Maritime Courses
1 STCW Navigation
2 STCW Cargo Handling & Storage
3 STCW Emergency Occupational Safety, Medical care & Survival
4 STCW electrical, Electronic & Control Engineering
5 STCW Marine Engineering
6 STCW Radio Communications
7 STCW Maintenance & Repair
8 STCW Maritime Training Courses
9 Automatic Identification Systems
10 Chemical tanker Safety
11 ECDIS
12 Engine Room Waste Management Course
13 Engine Room Waste Management ; Oily Waste & Separators
14 Engine Room Waste Management : Sewage & Waster Water Treatment
15 Food safety Series
16 ISO 14001 Environmental Management
17 Environmental Officer
18 Good Bunkering Practice
19 Handling Vegetable Oils
20 IMDG Training Course
21 Incident Investigation, Analysis & Reporting
22 International Marine Signalling
23 ISM Designated Person Basic Training
24 ISPS Crew on board Familiarisation Brief
25 Leadership & Management
26 MLC 2006 Training Course
27 MS Marine Language
28 Oil Tanker Safety
29 Port Facility Security Officer
30 Risk Assessment at Sea Training Course
31 Safety Officer
32 Shipboard Security Officer
33 Tanl Cleaning Practice
34 Tanker Familiarisation
35 Target Tracking Devices
36 Working with Tugs
GMDSS Course
1 Global Marine Distress & safety System (GMDSS) 8

IMG-20160113-WA00421Trends of Oil and Gas News:

On September 24, 2013: “Plot on locals’ stake in oil, gas thickens” The citizen Newspaper

On October 24, 2013: “Muhongo shatters oil dream for locals” The citizen Newspaper

On January 22, 2104: “No favours for locals in gas deals….” says JK (formal President)

But Today

14 January 2016: “Neither the company/ Government that are searching for Oil and Gas here have educate us about the effect of what their are doing………” Resident at Mkuranga

14 January 2016 ” We are scared even to ask about the effect of their activities ” Resident at Mkuranga

History in News

On 29 December 2015: “People of African descent will be among those most adversely affected by climate change, notes the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, in a statement calling for international climate change efforts to be more inclusive….”

30th November to 12th December 2015: “COP21 was held in france for African countries to negotiate with developing countries in climate change…….”

Fact about what people say at Mkuranga

and

Their Expectation

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Oil and Gas in their Area.

then

We will compare the History of Developing Countries from the time when they discovered Oil and Gas….

and

How the citizen was Involved until Now

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There lot of oil and gas business opportunities in Tanzania oil and gas industry, And the rate of this opportunities are increasing due to increasing demand of energy in Tanzania as well as flocking of foreign oil and gas company in the region.

One can approach sector in multiple ways, However, Interested people should think clearly, and decide kind Oil and gas business in order to accurate profit. Oil and gas business has to do with the market, So an investor should have better understanding market prior investing. This will help them to invest for better returns.

Read:7-ways-to-make-money-in-Tanzania-oil-and-natural-gas-industry

Also Read:interesting-business-opportunities-in-Tanzania-oil-and-natural-gas-sectors-for-local-entrepreneurs/

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Even though Tanzania natural gas reserves were discovered in 1974, it was after thirty years later, in 2004, that production commenced.

This reveals a situation in which the government was excited to improve its petroleum resources, but was unable to do so due to a weak bargaining position.

Since 2010 several natural gases have been made, this indicates that Tanzania would be among the largest natural gas exporter for the future. According to an International energy of US, Tanzania has the potential to become a liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter in the future.
However, the most important things to be done is to control public expectation on this natural gas resources. Studies of all oil and gas economies have shown that citizens expectations on natural gas are unrealistic.

Most Tanzanians especially those who live nearby the natural gas is found expect to become rich and are very optimistic that natural gas industry will create millions of jobs others think revenue generated from natural gas will stay in the hands of corrupt leaders and politicians which all of these is unrealistic

In order to avoid resources curse the country should manage expectation of its citizens. The most effective way to do so is what is called “Information sharing and public disclosure”

Information sharing and public disclosure means a country publishes all necessary information relating to Tanzania oil and natural gas industry like the scale and quality of natural gas reserves, exploration cost.

Also Read:Top-3-places-on-the-internet-where-every-Tanzanian-can-learn-about-oil-and-gas-sector-for-free

Those oil and natural gas agreement should be published. A government together with private sectors should set clear goals through consultations of its citizens and communities where the resources are found.
A country should publish what percentage of revenues generated from natural gas would go to the national budget, and what percentage will set aside for development purpose.

Unavailability of this information to the citizens will result to the mistrust between communities and government

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Wonder if you know oil and gas industry has transformed the lifestyle of Tanzanians? Do you think oil and gas industry gives you more freedom?

You are about to learn excellent stuff

Despite the fact that Tanzania does not produce crude oil and the country has no recent crude oil discovery, Every Tanzanian are in contact with items that depend on crude oil on their making, like diesel, kerosene, and gasoline

According to recent statistics published by U.S energy information administration, Tanzania consumes some 35,000 barrels of refined oil product each day in 2013.And all of these were imported.
Top 5 items almost every Tanzanians throughout the country is in daily contact with including the following.

1:Gasoline
Gasoline is the fuel for cars, is the most important crude oil product used by many Tanzanians due to the presence of various filling stations in our countries.

We use gasoline in our car that help us to travel from one place to another.

2:Diesel fuel
Is fuel for car train bus and ship, everyone is in contact with diesel as we use those items for transport purpose to move from one region to another.
3:Kerosene
Is the fuel for planes and jets, kerosene has been helping us to travel hundred of miles in easy and efficient manner, it help us to visit friends family and do business.

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4:Lubricants
Crude oil also used to make lubricants that enable us to reduce frictions into several machines and engines, Lubricants is applied on car engines, ship engines also it used for making cosmetics

5:Bitumen
Bitumen is another petroleum product, it is very viscous dark brown materials used in construction of high road

 

Final words
Items that are made from crude oil not only improve the lives of Tanzanians but also all over the world everyone uses crude oil products to run devices that allow to travel thousands of miles a day, also it drive  internet and global communication.

Crude oil controls the world and will continue to do so until another form of energy comes along that is cheap and easy to use.

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Natural gas has so many uses and benefits to people. The sad reality is that most of us we think natural gas has nothing to do with us than producing electricity and cook food

This article examines applications of natural gas in our daily life.

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Food companies
Food companies use natural gas to dry several products like chips and potato
Industrial uses
Uses natural gas to generate steam for run various operation
Fertilizer
Natural gas is used as raw materials to manufacture ammonia for agriculture fertilizer

Other natural products that depend natural gas on their making
Natural gas is comprised of chemical like ethane butane propane. So companies process ethane to make ethylene.

Ethylene is used to manufacture plastic know as polyethylene which used to make several products Likes Toys, Housewares

Propane and butane as components of natural gas  also used to manufacture chemical building block
Transportation fuel
Many people are not aware that natural gas vehicle is already in many parts of the world since it has less environmental pollution compared to oil powered vehicle.

Natural gas is used to manufacture paper, clay, stones, and glass

Bonus: Natural gas also is used to dry clothes

Also Read:5-things-no-one-tells-you-about-Tanzania-oil-and-gas-workers

Final words
Recent days, due to environmental and economic and technological natural gas have become the fuel of choice for new power plants. Also operating costs for natural gas equipment are lower than those of energy sources

 

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The oil and gas industry is the most highly regulated industry in the world when it comes to safety. It is rare now for oil companies to operate for several month or year without a single recorded case.
Some oil companies have spent a lot of money as the consequence of neglecting or ignoring safety issues. If you want to have a better understanding on the importance of safety in oil and gas industry, check out the BP’s oil spills in 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico in the united state that resulted into environmental pollution that could end up cost BP billions of dollars to clean up.

Because well-established safety policies and procedures appeared to have been ignored or neglected which result into death of eleven people on the rig floor, the CEO of BP was forced to resign and reputation of BP as an IOC has been tarnished

In order to keep oil and gas workers safe from injury and reduce the loss of life NEBOSH international technical certificate in oil and gas operational safety are significant to employers and companies as whole.

Here there full details of the training
NEBOSH INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN OIL AND GAS OPERATIONAL SAFETY
I4th-19 March
Johannesburg, South Africa
The NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety covers the principles of process safety management in the oil and gas industries, it provides an excellent foundation in health and safety allowing those within the oil and gas industries to manage oil and gas operational risks effectively.

Key topics to be highlighted;

Health, Safety and Environmental Management in context
Fire protection and emergency response.
Logistics and Transport Operations
Hydrocarbon process safety 1.
Hydrocarbon process safety 2
Become a NEBOSH Certified Professional
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OF 20% OPEN UPTO 10TH OF SEPTEMBER.

Who is the Course for
The NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in
Oil and Gas Operational Safety is suitable for managers,
Supervisors, safety staff, and safety representatives with safety
Responsibilities in the oil and gas industry, both within and
Outside the UK, and is designed to provide a sound breadth
Of underpinning knowledge that enables them to manage oil
And gas operational risks effectively. Delegates should already
Have an underpinning knowledge of health and safety issues
And may already have studied one of NEBOSH’s Certificate level
qualifications. It should be noted that currently the
examination is offered, and must be answered, in English
only. The standard of English required by candidates must
be such that they can both understand and articulate the
concepts contained in the syllabus.

Course Objectives
A safer workplace – The NEBOSH International
Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety is
all about keeping people safe from injury and loss of life.
For employers, this also means protecting valuable assets
and avoiding prosecution, litigation and loss of reputation.
Assurance – An employer whose workers are NEBOSH
qualified is an employer committed to health and safety. The
NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas
Operational Safety can help employers achieve international
standards and can even help win new business.
Return on investment – An employee with a NEBOSH
International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational
Safety has practical knowledge that brings real value,
wherever they operate.
For those who would be interesting to participate do not hesitate

Julian Anzunzu
Senior Project Manager

Oil and Gas
Fleming Europe
Nairobi, Kenya
Morningside Office Park,

Ngong’ Road

T: +254 202 000 066
M: +254 724 846 848
E: julian.anzunzu@flemingeurope.com
W: http://www.flemingeurope.com

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