Penspen Gets Energy Institute Training Accreditation

Penspen Gets Energy Institute Training Accreditation

Penspen has been accredited as an Approved Training Provider of the Energy Institute (EI) for its high quality of training provision in the global energy sector.

With many years of experience in pipeline engineering, operations, maintenance and integrity training, Penspen has trained over 5000 people in over 30 countries globally. The Company training curriculum includes public and in-house courses, university lectures, and postgraduate academic programmes in pipeline integrity management through a partnership with Northumbria University.

This accreditation is part of the commitment to consistently offering leading edge expertise to clients. It builds on the existing reputation of the Company within the energy sector as a recognised training provider for continuing professional development, and augments the Company status as an Approved Training Partner with the Pipeline Industry Guild.

As the leading chartered professional body for the energy industry, the Energy Institute supports individuals and companies in over 100 countries worldwide. It is licensed by the Engineering Council (UK) to offer Chartered, Incorporated and Engineering Technician status to engineers, the Science Council to award Chartered Scientist status, and also licensed by the Society for the Environment to award Chartered Environmentalist status.

This accreditation brings many benefits to course attendees, including:

• One year affiliate membership to the Energy Institute

• Credit towards continuing professional development requirements

• Independent quality assurance

“I am delighted that the Energy Institute has accredited our courses,” said Peter O’Sullivan, CEO of Penspen. “This demonstrates the high quality of our training programmes and provides the confidence to those who undertake our courses that the training they receive is delivered to a widely accepted international standard.”

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Press Release, December 04, 2013

 

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