GE Africa (Lagos)
Oil & Gas University Trains a New Generation of African Engineers
While there is no shortage of natural oil and gas on the continent. There is, however, a shortage of skills and experience in the sector. To address the shortage, multinational companies like GE are working hard to empower local people by building valuable skills, and helping to ensure the sustainable development in countries like Tanzania. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Tackling Africa’s Skills Shortage Head On.
GE Africa, 3 March 2016
Like many African countries, Tanzania has no shortage of supply of natural oil and gas. However, there is a shortage of skills and experience in this sector within Tanzania. To… Read more »
Currently Tanzania lacks an adequate number of drillers, engineers, managers, and production and operation workers to support the industry. This need for skills and training is a driving force behind ... engineers from the Tanzanian Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) joining other international participants in a four-month training programme at GE Oil & Gas University in Italy.
GE Africa, 13 April 2014
to equip school with modern with modern training facilities/workshops school may be training ground for technicians to feed GE multibillion dollar factory in Calabar Read more »
GE Africa, 28 January 2015
The partnership seeks to build capacity in the Oil & Gas sector as follows: Read more »
GE Africa, 3 October 2013
Unique partnership designed to continue to develop future leaders in Africa for Africa Partnership with African Leadership Academy will administer GE Africa's Scholars Programme… Read more »
GE Oil & Gas Customer Training
General Electric (GE) has been ranked by Aon Hewitt, the global human resources and consulting company, as first on its annual Read more »
One hundred students of the University of Ghana will have their tuition fully paid by General Electric (NYSE: GE) until they complete their studies. Ashesi University ... Read more »