International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services SAP Joint Venture Health Safety Human Resource Organisation and Project

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Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Course Delivery Methodology
This course will be delivered through various methods that will stimulate learning and enhance reinforcement. These methods include but not limited to:
Lectures;
Discussion;
Video Cases;
Written Cases;
On-Site Visits;
Hands-on orientation;
Questions and Answers;
Simulations.
Course Programme for International Petroleum a Oil and Gas a Terminal Services, SAP, Joint Venture, Health, Safety, Human Resource, Organisation and Project Management
Leading to Postgraduate Diploma in International Petroleum a Oil and Gas a Terminal Services, SAP, JV, HS, HR, OB and Project Management, Progressing to MSc International Petroleum a Oil and Gas a Terminal Services, SAP, JV, HS, HR, OB and Project Management
Course Title Credit Value
179 International Petroleum a Oil and Gas a Terminal Services Management Quad
091 Human Resource Management in the Oil and Gas Industry Double
156 Health and Safety Management in the Petroleum a Oil and Gas a Industry Single
032. M1 Organisation Management: An Introduction Single
004 Motivating Workers: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards Single
015 Advanced Project Management Single
107 SAP and Joint Venture Accounting Double
International Petroleum a Oil and Gas a Terminal Services Management - Course 179
Technological Application to Oil and Gas Terminal Management
Human Resource Management in the Oil and Gas Industry
Course 091 (Double Credits)
Understanding Oil and Gas Operation
Introducing the Oil Subsectors:
Human Resource and Personnel Management
Human Resource Planning (HRP)
The Strategic Significance of Employee Resourcing & Approaches to Employee Resourcing
The Strategic Significance of Employee Resourcing & Approaches to Employee Resourcing
Human Resource and Performance Management
Talent Management and Intellectual Capital within the Oil and Gas Industry
Organisation Management: An Introduction
Course 032. M1
Fundamentals of Organisational Analysis
The Functions of Management: An Introduction
Delegating for Organisational Effectiveness
Health and Safety Management in the Oil and Gas Industry
Course 156
Oil and Gas Safety
Prioritising Workera ™s Health and Safety While in the Workplace
Motivating Workers: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards
Course 005
Advanced Project Management
Course 015
Project Management
Project Initiation: Defining the Needs of Stakeholders
Project Planning
Project Execution
Project Termination/ Closure
SAP and Joint Venture Accounting
Course 107 (Double Credit)
Sales and Accounts Receivables
Day 2 a Purchases and Accounts Payable
Day 3 a Fixed Asset Accounting
Day 4 a Project Accounting
Day 5 a Joint Venture Accounting
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Related Awards, Degrees or Certifications: Postgraduate-Diploma
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Course Level:executive
Duration:6 months
Training Presented in:English
Master's Degree Program Provided by Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute

International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services SAP Joint Venture Health Safety Human Resource Organisation and Project Seminar Schedule

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October, 2015
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International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services SAP Joint Venture Health Safety Human Resource Organisation and Project
Course Delivery Methodology
This course will be delivered through various methods that will stimulate learning and enhance reinforcement. These methods include but not limited to:
Lectures;
Discussion;
Video Cases;
Written Cases;
On-Site Visits;
Hands-on orientation;
Questions and Answers;
Simulations.
Course Programme for International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services, SAP, Joint Venture, Health, Safety, Human Resource, Organisation and Project Management
Leading to Postgraduate Diploma in International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services, SAP, JV, HS, HR, OB and Project Management, Progressing to MSc International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services, SAP, JV, HS, HR, OB and Project Management
Course Title Credit Value
179 International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services Management Quad
091 Human Resource Management in the Oil and Gas Industry Double
156 Health and Safety Management in the Petroleum Oil and Gas Industry Single
032. M1 Organisation Management: An Introduction Single
004 Motivating Workers: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards Single
015 Advanced Project Management Single
107 SAP and Joint Venture Accounting Double
International Petroleum Oil and Gas Terminal Services Management - Course 179
The topics to be discussed include but not limited to the following:
Designing Aboveground Tank System
Building Aboveground Tank System
Managing Aboveground Tank System
Aboveground Tank System Operations
Maintaining an Aboveground Tank System
Tank Management Planning
Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plans
Structural and Engineering Concepts
Piping and Product Handling Systems
Leak Monitoring and Containment
Inspection and Maintenance Programs
Hazardous Wastes
Terminal Management Skills and Employ Various Terminal Support Operations Such As Berthing Support, Cargo Transfer Support, Emergency Response and Vessel Departure Support
Safe Practices and Procedures during the Various Operations in Oil and Gas Terminals and Manage Oil Spill Contingency and Emergency Response Plans
Storage & Transfer
Storage Tanks
Transfer Systems
Ship-Shore Transfers
Safety and Risk
Ignition Sources
Fire Fighting and Protection
Risk Management
Terminal Management
Technological Application to Oil and Gas Terminal Management
Hydrostatic Tank Gauging
Stock Reconciliation
Terminal Automation System
Understanding and Using Alarm Management Systems
Managing Temperature Sensors
Using Average Temperature Transmitter
Reading Multi-Spot Temperature Transmitters
Understanding and Using Interface and Protocol Converters
Load Rack Automation
Order Entry and Management
Inventory Reconciliation
Product Movement Tracking
Loading Operations
Technology Used To Automatically Verify Product Inventory against Customer Inventory
Controlling and Allocate Product Loads
Producing Bill of Lading (BOL) and Transaction Reports
Inventory Reconciliation
Accounting and Financial Processing To Sap Oil
Gas or Interface to Data Exchanges, Such As Petroex and Tabs
Using Flexible Order Management Technologies
Gas Detection Systems
Miscellaneous Topic:
Operation and Sale of Oil
Human Resource Management in the Oil and Gas Industry
Course 091 (Double Credits)
Understanding Oil and Gas Operation
Oil and Gas Conceptual and Contextual Exploration:
3-D Seismic
4-D Seismic
Abstract of title
Acidizing a well
AFE (Authorization For Expenditure)
Annular space
Annulus of a well
Anticline
API gravity
Associate gas
Barrel Standard
Basement rock
BCF (billion cubic feet)
Behind pipe
Biomass
Bleeding core
Blind pool
Casinghead gasoline
Cavings Rock
Cement
Cement squeeze
Choke
Christmas tree
CO2 injection
Coal gasification
Coal liquefaction
Cogeneration
Commissions
Common carrier
Completed well
Condensate
Confirmation well
Connate water
Conventional energy sources
Conveyance or Conveyancing
Core
Cracking
Crude oil
Crude oil equivalent
Cuttings
Down hole
Downstream
Drill bit
Drill string
Drilling
Drilling break
Drilling fund
Drilling mud
Drilling platform
Drilling rig
Drill stem test
Dry hole
Dry natural gas
Dual completion
OCS (outer continental shelf)
Octane
Octane number
Offering memorandum
Offset well
Offshore platform
Oil column
Oil gravity
Oil in place
Oil pool
Oil rig
Oil run
Oil shale
Oilfield services
On the pump
Sedimentary basin
Sedimentary rock
Seismic exploration
Seismograph.
Selling Expenses
Separator
Service well
Set casing
Severance
Severance tax
Shale
Shale oil
Shale shaker
Wet gas
Whip stock
Wildcat
Wildcatter
Working interest
Work over
Work over rig
Write-off
Zone
Zone isolation
Introducing the Oil Subsectors:
Horizontal, Vertical and Full Integration activities, including:
Exploring for oil and gas
Developing fields
Producing oil and gas
Mining oil sands
Extracting bitumen
Liquefying gas by cooling (LNG)
Regasifying LNG
Converting gas to liquid products (GTL)
Generating wind energy
Downstream Activities Including:
Re ning oil into fuels and lubricants
Producing petrochemicals
Developing bio fuels
Trading
Retail sales
Managing CO2 emissions
Supply and distribution
Business-to-business sales
Other Factors Relevant to Oil and Gas Production, Incorporating:
Oil Well Lease
Long-term explicit contracts
Franchise agreements
Joint ventures
Co-location of facilities
Implicit contracts (relying on firms reputation
Geological Research and Oil Exploration
Drilling or Mining
Basic Drilling Operation
Natural vs. Artificial Lifts in Oil and Gas Production
Coalbed methane drilling technology
Principles of Gas Processing
Oil Well Drilling
Spudding Oil and Gas Wells
Oil and Gas Rig Operation
Offshore Oil Rig Operation
Successful Effort Accounting
Horizontal Drilling
Marketing Oil and Gas
Oil and Gas Production Separator Principles
Oil -Water Separator Offshore
Oil Separator
Principles of Amine Sweetening
Production Separator Principles
Glycol Dehydration Principles
Emulsions and Vertical Heater Treater Principles
Human Resource and Personnel Management
The Development of HRM Personnel and HRM:
A Distinction between Personnel Management and HRM
The Advent of Welfare Management
The Role of Rowntree in Industrial Welfare Development
Welfare Workers and Recruitment and Selection
The Development of Professional Personnel and Human Resource Management
Concerns of Personnel Management within the Oil and Gas Industry
Recruitment and Selection within the Oil and Gas Industry: An Introduction
Workers Welfare and Benefits within the Oil and Gas Industry
Industrial Relations within the Oil and Gas Industry
Staff Appraisal within the Oil and Gas Industry
Impact of Human Resource Management on Oil and Gas Operation
Appraising Workers in Offshore Operation
Appraising Workers in Dangerous Operations
The Place of Critical Incidents in Appraisal of Oil and Gas Field Workers
Supporting Managers and Supervisors in Establishing and Managing Appraisal Schemes, In Volatile Environments
Difference between Tacit and Explicit Knowledge
Training
The Strategic Significance of Human Resource Management within the Oil and Gas Industry
HRM Value Chain in Oil and Gas Sector
Concerns of Human Resource Management within the Oil and Gas Industry:
Recruitment
Selection
Motivation
Human Resource Planning Within the Oil and Gas Industry
Workforce Management Strategy within the Oil and Gas Industry
E. G. Workforce Flexibility
Flexible Working Strategy
Human Resource Planning (HRP)
The Rationale for HRP within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Link between HRP and Corporate Planning Within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Investigation and Forecasting Processes-Understanding Contextual Influences within Oil and Gas Context
Designing, Implementing and Reviewing the Effectiveness of HRP in an Oil and Gas Setting.
Planning For the Future in Oil and Gas Industry
The Strategic Significance of Employee Resourcing & Approaches to Employee Resourcing
The Role of Employee Resourcing In Contributing To Corporate Strategies and Goals within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Role of Internal and Stakeholders in the Employee Resourcing Process within the Oil and Gas Industry
Managing the Potentially Conflicting Concerns of Stakeholders in Employee Resourcing Within the Oil and Gas Industry
Dealing With Stakeholders Values and Expectations within the Oil and Gas Industry
Traditional Approaches to Employee Resourcing Within the Oil and Gas Industry
Emergent and Contingency Approaches To Employee Resourcing Within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Role of Employee Resourcing In Business and Subsystem Strategy
The Role of Employee Resourcing In the Development of Organisational Strategy within the Oil and Gas Industry
Organisational Strategy and Employee Resourcing Strategy Compatibility within the Oil and Gas Industry
Employee Resourcing Strategy
Employee Retention in the Oil and Gas Industry
Determining Training Needs within the Oil and Gas Industry
Employee Flexibility and Workforce Flexibility
Alternative Patterns of Work and the Increase in the Non-Standard Contracts:
The Different Forms of Worker Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry
Elements of Workforce Flexibility
Numerical Flexibility
Functional Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry
Temporal Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry
Financial Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry
Geographical Flexibility within the Oil and Gas Industry
Hard and Soft HRM within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Flexibility Debate within the Oil and Gas Industry:
The Concept of the Flexible Firm within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Strategic Use of Flexible Workers within the Oil and Gas Industry
Flexibility Strategies for Economic Development within the Oil and Gas Industry
Human Resource and Performance Management
Assessing the Nature and Causes of Performance Problems:
Performance Management in Oil and Gas Operation
Managing Poor Performance within the Oil and Gas Industry
Managing Absence within the Oil and Gas Industry
Dealing With Harassment within the Oil and Gas Industry
The Effective Management of Retirement, Redundancy, Dismissal and Voluntary Turnover within the Oil and Gas Industry
Evaluating the Mechanisms Available For Preventing or Alleviating Poor Performance within the Oil and Gas Industry
Employee Resourcing: Recruitment And Selection: A Strategic Standpoint
Staff Turnover and Negative and Positive Impact On the Organisation;
Levels of Individual Commitment of Potential and New Recruits
Moral Commitment
Remunerative Commitment
Calculative Commitment
Recruitment and Selection as a Resourcing Activity
Training, Education, Development as Facilities for New Recruits
The Importance of Human Resource Forecasts
Methods of Forecasting Human Resource Needs of the Organisation
Strategic Operational Review (SOR) As Prerequisite For Human Resource Forecasting
The Legal Bases of Recruitment and Selection
Importance of Human Resource Audit
Conducting Human Resource Audit
Periodic and Exit Interviews
Systematic Recruitment and Selection Process
Conducting Job Analysis
Designing Job Description
Designing Personnel Specification
Market Targeting
Designing and Placing Advertisement
Weighting and Using Candidate Assessment Form (CAF)
Conducting Interviews
Non-Conventional Personnel Selection
The Value of Staff Induction
Organising an Induction Programme
Running an Induction Programme
Short-Listing Candidates
Conducting Interviews
The Value of and Problems of E-Recruitment
The Different Types and Levels of E-Recruitment
Conducting Periodic Interviews
Conducting Exit Interviews
Job Design and the Law
Talent Management and Intellectual Capital within the Oil and Gas Industry
Talent Management in Oil and Gas, As an Expert Sector
Creating Most Desirable Employer Status in Oil and Gas Operation
Training and Development Strategy in Oil and Gas Industry
Knowledge Management in Oil and Gas Industry
Protecting Intellectual Property in the Oil and Gas Industry
Industrial Espionage in the Oil and Gas Industry
Managing Knowledge Transfer in Oil and Gas Industry
Understanding and Managing Expatriate Workforce
Creating a Learning Organisation within the Oil and Gas Industry
Synthesizing Knowledge in the Oil and Gas Industry
Enhancing Worker Motivation for Continued Moral Commitment to the Organisation
Technological Knowledge Transfer in Oil and Gas Industry
Employee Development in the Oil and Gas Industry
Organisation Management: An Introduction
Course 032. M1
Fundamentals of Organisational Analysis
Introduction to formal organisations
Definition
Objectives social and business
Tasks
Division of Work/ Labour
Delegation
Responsibility
Accountability
Authority
Power
Roles;
Informal organisations
Case study analysis
The Functions of Management: An Introduction
The Functions of Management
The Management Process: Its Universality
Planning: The Basis for the Emanation of Subsequent Functions
The Different Types and Levels of Planning
Planning As Objective Establishment
Planning As a Procedural Issue
Organising Process, People and Subsystems
Fundamental Issues in Designing Organisations
Management Implications for Tall and Flat Structures
An Introduction to Basic Organisational Forms:
Simple Structure
Functional Structure
Divisional Structure
Matrix Structure
Organisational Design as a Function of Organisational Dynamics
Important Considerations in Organisational Design
Designing For Effective Product/ Service Management
Designing For Communication Effectiveness
Designing For Effective Client/ Customer Focus
Importance of Vertical & Horizontal Relationships
Directing or Leading
Directing or Leading: A Question of Leadership Styles and Administrative Strategies
Directing or Leading: Managerial Control vs. Worker Autonomy
The Relationship between Leadership and Worker Motivation
Co-Ordinating - Mintzberg s Bases of Co-Ordination
Mutual Adjustment
Direct Supervision
Output
Standardisation of Input
Standardisation of Work Process
Managing Organisations in a Stable Environment
Managing Organisations in an Unstable Environment
Increased Leisure Time
Enhanced Job Satisfaction
Reduced Stress
More Opportunity to Switch Off After Hours
More Room for Forward Planning & Long-Term Solutions
Higher Creativity
Time Management Tips for Managers
Reducing Time Spent On Meetings
Meeting Management
The Trading Game Scenario
Delegating for Organisational Effectiveness
What Is Delegation?
Advantages of Delegation to Delegates
What Might Be Delegated?
Benefits of Delegation to Delegates
Prerequisites for Effective Delegation
Support Necessary during Task Performance
Importance of Communication in Delegation
Importance of Power and Authority in Delegation
Problems of Ineffective Delegation
Health and Safety Management in the Oil and Gas Industry
Course 156
Oil and Gas Safety
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Offshore Statistics
Hydrocarbon Releases (HCRS) 5
Fatal and Major Injuries to Offshore Workers
Types of Accidents
Over- 3-Day Injuries to Offshore Workers
Dangerous Occurrences Offshore
Incidence of Ill Health to Workers Offshore
Oil and Gas Industry Safety Regimes/ Institutions and Their Safety Regulation and Monitoring System
American Petroleum Institute: Environmental Health & Safety
Enform
A Step Change in Safety
Fire and Blast Information Group
National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority
OSHA Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing
Worksafe BC Health & Safety Centre for Petroleum
Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Petroleum Industry's Annual Safety Seminar
Safety Relief Valves and Rupture Discs
Pressure Safety Valves (PSV), Operation and Testing
Gaswell blowouts
Hydrogen Sulfide
Hydrogen Sulfide Principles
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety for Oil and Gas
Rig Accidents
Actinia Oil Rig Blowout
Blow-Out preventers (BOP)
New Generation of BOPs
Malfunctioning of BOPs
Dealing with Blowouts
Analysing the BP Oil Disaster
Prioritising Worker s Health and Safety While in the Workplace
HSE Human Factor Mixed with Ergonomics
Facets of Ergonomics
Ergonomics in General
Ergonomics and the HSE
Human Factor and Their Business Benefits
Job Design
Mechanistic Job Design
Biological Job Design
Motivational Job Design
Perceptual Job Design
Designing Safety Features in the into Workplace Machines
Musculoskeletal Disorder (MDS)
Ergonomic Risk Analysis
Ergonomic Job Analysis
Formal Analysis Tools
Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA)
Rapid Entire Body Assessment (REBA)
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Lifting Equation
Sources of Economic Hazards
Health and Toxic Substances
Toxic Substances
Irritants
Systematic Poisons
Depressants
Asphyxiants
Carcinogens
Air Contaminants
Threshold Limit Values (TLV)
Detecting Contaminants
Approaches in Measuring Air-Contaminant Exposures
Environment Control and Noise
Ventilation
Design Principles
Makeup Air
Purification Devices
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Industrial Noise
Decibels
Noise Measurement
Radiation
Flammable and Explosive Materials
Flammable Liquids
Sources of Ignition
Standards Compliance
Combustible Liquids
Spray Finishing
Dip Tanks
Explosives
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
Personal Protection Equipment and First Aid
Protection Need Assessment
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training
Hearing Protection
Eye and Face Protection
Respiratory Protection
Confined Space Entry
Head Protection
Miscellaneous Personal Protective Equipment
First Aid
Motivating Workers: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards
Course 005
1. Directing or Leading
2. The Concept of Motivation
3. Theories of Motivation
4. Content Theories and Some of Their Contributors
5. Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs
6. Analysis of Maslow s Claims
7. McClelland's Studies
8. Taylor: Money and Motivation
9. Motivator-Hygiene Factor: Herzberg s Contribution
10. Process Theories
11. Equity Theory
12. Goal-Setting Theory
13. Expectancy Theory
14. Equitable Reward Systems
15. Reinforcement Theories
16. Reinforcement Theory
17. Motivation and Contingency Theory
18. Designing An Effective Motivation Strategy
19. The collectivist Vs the individualist perspective of motivation
20. Common trends in Motivation theories
21. Intrinsic and extrinsic values of motivation
22. Motivation and worker behaviour
23. The extent to which salary or wages inducement motivate workers
24. Performance Related Pay (PRP)
25. Productivity Bonuses
26. Efficiency Gains
27. Profit Share
28. The contingency approach to motivation
29. Social differentiation in motivation
30. Culture differentiation in motivation
31. Wealth as a factor in motivation
32. Class as an issue in Motivation
33. Individual expectation and motivation
34. Individual preferences as a motivating factor
Advanced Project Management
Course 015
Project Management
Project, Defined
Distinction between Project and Task
Classification of Project
Introduction to Project Management
Benefits of Project Management
Concept of Project Management
Project Processes
Project Management System
Project Life Cycle
Project Cycle Management
Project Portfolio Management System
Project Co-ordination
Project Sustainability
The Project Manager
SMART Objectives and SMARTER Objectives
Project Management Tools and Techniques
Questioning Techniques
Defining and Agreeing Project Milestones
Brainstorming
Structures System Analysis and Development Method (SSADM)
SWOT Analysis
Gantt Charts
PERT Charts
Critical Path Analysis
Mind Maps, Fish Bone Method and Brainstorming
Track Timing and Costs Contingencies
Pre-feasibility and Feasibility Studies
Developing a CATWOE Focus of Project Management
Project Initiation: Defining the Needs of Stakeholders
Using Project Selection Models/ Methods
Criteria in Choosing Project Selection Models
Nature of Project Selection Models
o Nonnumeric
The Sacred Cow
The Operating Necessity
The Competitive Necessity
The Product Line Extension
Comparative Benefit Model
o Numeric
Payback Period
Average Rate of Return
Discounted Cash Flow/ Net Present Value Method
Internal Rate of Return
Profitability Index
Other Profitability Models
Identifying and Performing Stakeholder Analysis
Project Planning
Defining the Project Scope
Project Objectives
Deliverables
Milestones
Technical Requirements
Limits and Exclusions
Reviews with Customers
Project Priority
The Triple Constraints
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Process Breakdown Structure
Responsibility Matrix
Project Planning Process
Resources Needed for the Project
Project Time Management
Activity, Defined
Activity Sequencing
Activity Resource Estimating
Activity Duration Estimating
Schedule Development
Schedule Control
Activity-on-Arrow (A-o-A) Diagrams and Critical Path Analysis
Activity-on-Node (AON) Diagram
Distinctions between Activity-on-Arrow (A-o-A) and Activity-on-Node (AON) Diagram
Network Computation Process
Using Forward and Backward Pass Information
Other Practical Considerations in Developing Networks
Project Cost Management
Cost Estimating
Cost Budgeting
Cost Control
Project Quality Management
Quality Planning
Perform Quality Assurance
Perform Quality Control
Pre-feasibility and Feasibility Studies
Developing Project Plan
Creating a Project Network Diagram
Obtaining Plan Approval
Evaluating the Project Charter
Project Execution
Executing the Tasks Defined in the Project Plan
The Roles of the Team
The Pure Project Organisation
Matrix Management
Structure Selection
Mixed Organisational Structures and Coordination
Project Human Resource Management
Human Resource Planning
Acquire Project Team
Develop Project Team
Team Work
Life-cycles of Team
Managing Personalities in Teams
Effective Team Work
Managing the Team
Running Effective Meetings
Working with Geographically Remote People and Groups
Management and Leadership in Project Environments
The Role Of Leadership and Management in Projects
Individual Skills and Attitudes
Individual Motivation
Structural Implications for Project Managers
Cultural Implication for Project Managers
Management Style
The Development of Management Thinking
The Development of New Management Paradigm
Project Termination/ Closure
Introduction
Appropriate Project Termination Activities
Activities in Closeout Phase
Reasons for Stopping in Mid-Stream
Early Termination Analyses
Modes of Project Closure/ Termination
Project Disposition Phase
The Objective of Project Disposition Phase
Roles and Responsibilities During The Disposition Phase
Deliverables During The Disposition Phase
Final Project Report
Mid-Term Evaluation Report: Sample Outline
Annual Programme/ Project Report
SAP and Joint Venture Accounting
Course 107 (Double Credit)
Sales and Accounts Receivables
How to Raise a Sales Invoice
Mapping Correct Accounts to Sales Invoice
Component of Oil And Gas Sales
Price
Quantity
Managing Accounts Receivable
Customer Data Base Maintenance
Aging Analysis
Approval Lines for Sales Invoices
Issuer
Authorizer
Day 2 Purchases and Accounts Payable
Contract Set up in SAP
Including Contract Terms
Rates
Taxes
Map Purchase orders to Contracts
Purchase order approval process in SAP
Map Purchase order to cost ledger accounts
Set up payment terms in SAP
System to prompt for payment run
Day 3 Fixed Asset Accounting
Set up Fixed Asset parameters for :
Exploration Wells
Appraisal Wells
Development Wells
Subsea Equipments
Flowlines
Moveable Assets
Determine Asset Classes
Sub classes
Asset Description
Set up Depreciation parameters
Straightline
UOP
Reducing balance
Run monthly depreciation testing
Maintain an Asset Register on SAP
Day 4 Project Accounting
Cost Centre, Resource codes set up
Map GL accounts to Cost Centre and Resource Codes
GL accounts to roll up to correct cost headings
Map Cost Centres and or Resource codes to Projects
Be able to identify all Project costs via cost centres or resource codes
Report generation along project lines
Generate Profit and Loss account by Projects
Set up Project Reports that can be understood by Project Managers
Day 5 Joint Venture Accounting
Cut Back Process
Partners share
Billable and Recoverable
Billable and Non-Recoverable
Non-Billable and Non-Recoverable
Exclusive
Implementing Joint Venture accounting agreements within the SAP system
Account Reconciliation
Joint Venture Reports
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