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Rigzone – “Your Gateway to the Oil and Gas Industry”

Posted: November 9, 2011

We’d like to bring all our previous delegates attention to the maritime jobs website rigzone.com.  Rigzone Career Center is the number one source of employment in the petroleum industry. Delegates can join Rigzone’s 100% free database by uploading their CV. The database will give your CV a large audience of Oil and Gas companies plus all of Rigzone’s affiliate sites.

Rigzone has an ever expanding audience and their member base spans the upstream oil and gas industry from major corporate executives to influential independents.

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Rigzone has an ever expanding audience and their member base spans the upstream oil and gas industry from major corporate executives to influential independents.

People who use the site include:

  • Exploration and production companies
  • Drilling rig owners and contractors
  • Parts and equipment manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers
  • Offshore support services (tugs, tenders, caterers, parts suppliers, etc.)
  • Oil & gas industry executives from large multi-nationals to smaller independents
  • Investors and analysts involved in the oil and gas industry
  • Oil & gas industry human resources directors and departments
  • Oil & gas industry workers and job seekers of all skill levels and areas of expertise

A Rigzone membership enters you into one of the oil and gas industry’s pre-eminent groups, a group composed of the industry’s leading players. Become a member – click here

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Guest post from our Head of Commercial Wet Course Development and Training, Ray Johnston.

Posted: September 7, 2011

Having had 22 years military experience with the Irish Naval Service, I had the pleasure of witnessing and participating in extremely effective teams.  This is the reason I decided to utilise all of my experience to create this unique and challenging Team Building package.

My colleagues and I have researched various Team Building techniques and methods across the industry.

On our Corporate Team Building days we don’t do cliché falling into each other’s arms exercises and we certainly don’t do group hugs.

But rest assured your team will get to know each other and get a chance to bond while working together in military style crisis situations. We are confident and have the experience to know that this is the best way to gel a team to create a long term impact.

The effects of traditional team building events tend to wear off within days. Whereas people don’t tend to forget who helped them manoeuvre a fast naval vessel around New York Harbour under the roof of Europe’s most advanced Maritime facilities.

What better place to create team harmony than by facing storm conditions in our environmental pool and attempting to save a ship from sinking in our Damage repair unit.

I believe the perfect way to describe the Team Building day is simply – “More adrenaline than a mortal can handle.”

At the National Maritime College we fully appreciate the importance of the often unrecognised members of the team. That is the family, and partners who provide each employee with encouragement and support daily. We encourage you dependant on numbers of course to bring them along as part of your team.

We are now delighted to offer a half day team building package of €130 per person based on 15 attendees. Why not contact us today at [+353 21 4335728] and we can tailor a team building package and price to meet your specific requirements.

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Top International Dive Teams Investigate Sinking of Lusitania

Posted: August 17, 2011

Teams from the US, Canada, UK and Ireland recently conducted an exploration into the famous ships sinking.

The dive was in aid of a new two hour documentary, to be broadcast by National Geographic in the US. The documentary, entitled ‘The Dark Secret of the Lusitania’, will attempt to uncover the mystery surrounding the sinking of the Cunard Liner off the Southwest coast of Ireland in May 1915.

The documentary is being co-produced by Aidan Mulcahy (From Here to Maternity) of Cork based production company M3 with Dave Harding (Cave of Forgotten Dreams) executive producing. Niall Mahoney of Musketeer Production Services in Cork has been providing production support for the project. The Commissioners of Irish Lights vessel ILV Granuaile was chartered by Lusitania Productions Ltd. to support the project.

The Cunard liner was hit by a single torpedo fired from a U-boat while off the Cork coast on May 7 1915, but it has never been established why it sank so quickly after being hit.

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