Client: Tehran Oil Refining Co. (TORC)
Date: Winter 2012
Since expert staff plays great rule in production, and with training the employees’ views and companies goals will be converged therefore quality production will be occurred. MABNA PROCESS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY with experience of presence in start up, pre-commissioning and commissioning in great projects has organized a training team for production technology in Field of oil, gas and petro chemistry. Several contracts have been signed with international companies to present the most updated services and according to world wild standards. To date with European and Indian and employing international masters, oil, gas and petrochemicals process technology courses is established.
Applied aspect of training
Training courses are according to the latest investigations and feed backs from staffs suitable performances in production complexes. This company believes that training courses should plan based on constant learning and development and be related to each market and its organization chart. Masters team has been chosen for specialized fields as maters experiences covers extended subjects of the course.
Structure of training courses
These training courses are planned to start with the opening section are compatible for trainees. After the acceptance preparing, the main subject would be presented in work shop, question and answer sessions and sample operating problems discussion sessions. Finally after evaluation feedback and certain understanding of the subject and, trainees will receive a reliable certificate in closing ceremony. These closing sessions will help to remind key words and memorizing the subjects.
Experiences and projects
Process technology training for recent established units in Tehran Refinery: this project was hold for 5 operation and maintenance subgroups in India. There were 50 trainees attended the AXENS Co. designed courses for the recent established units. These trainees tempted to start up the mentioned operation units. The satisfaction percentage of this course was 87% ”A” grade.