SPSP Signs a Memo of Understanding with IFP for ACT Eng. Program
02 Jul 2019
SPSP signed a memo of understanding to start ACT Eng. program to train and certify young Saudi engineers with IFP, a French institute which is a subsidiary of the IFP group that was created in 1975 to develop the skills of Oil & Gas professionals worldwide and to offer a wide range of training solutions in sectors as varied as exploration and production, refining, petrochemicals and services. The program will cover all engineering, operations and maintenance competencies and skills. These training programs have IFP Training accreditation and are combined with SPSP technical seminars to address specific operations and processes, quality assurance, leadership experience and technical capabilities to provide hands-on training to be organized within SPSP premises in KSA.
SPSP launched the program in January 2019 which was sponsored by SATORP and SASREF, and was also launched recently in Yanbu and Jazan to serve more companies.
The program was launched in Yanbu Industrial City in collaboration with Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Company (SAMREF), Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company (YASREF) and Saudi Aramco Base Oil Company (Luberef).
SPSP is also delivering the program to Saudi Aramco at Jazan Refinery. A launching ceremony took place in Jazan Refinery in April attended by Saudi Aramco Jazan Project General Manager Mr. Yahya A. Abushal and SPSP CEO Mr. Bassam Al-Bokhari and the Program Director, Eng. Ali Al-Zahrani.