Thursday, Oct 22- On this episode of Coffee with Jim and James, Mark Fiorita joins the show to talk about his work with Trimble Inc. and his passion for the natural gas industry. Quick Links: Mark Fiorita on Linkedin Episode […]
Thursday, Oct 15- Suzanne Ogle from the Southern Gas Association joins Jim and James to talk about “Take Action Month” and other initiatives going on right now. Quick Links: Suzanne Ogle on Linkedin Episode Transcript: [0:00] [music] Jim Schauer: [0:11] […]
Thursday, Oct 8- Mike Christian with From the Future joins Jim and James this week to talk about the impact VR has on training and other initiatives they are working on. Quick Links: Mike Christian on Linkedin Episode Transcript: [0:00] […]
Thursday, Oct 1- On this special episode of Coffee with Jim & James, Coleman Sterling joins us to discuss what brand means to him, and the exciting changes coming to Energy Worldnet. Quick Links: Coleman Sterling on Linkedin Episode Transcript: […]
Thursday, Sep 18- Nick Temple with Rhino Markers & Protection Systems joins Jim and James this week to talk about Damage Prevention and proper markings. Quick Links: Nick Temple on Linkedin Episode Transcript: Jim Schauer: [0:11] Good morning to our […]
Thursday, Sep 10- This week’s episode is something different. Jim & James dig into what it means to “sharpen the saw” which is derived from the book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” Quick Links: Jim Schauer on Linkedin […]
Thursday, Sep 3- Darrell Cherry joins the show to discuss the Texas Gas Association and the upcoming Virtual O&M Conference. Quick Links: Darrell Cherry on Linkedin Episode Transcript: [0:00] music] Jim Schauer: [0:11] Good morning, LinkedIn community. Welcome to another […]
Thursday, Aug 27- Geoff Isbell and Bradley Heck join the show to discuss OQIP and several other initiatives going on in the Oil & Gas industry. Quick Links: Geoffrey Isbell on Linkedin Bradley Heck on Linkedin Episode Transcript: Jim Schauer: […]
Thursday, Aug 20- Tina Sanders from Texas811 & the DPC of Texas Joins the show to talk about various initiatives that Texas811 has going on at the moment. Quick Links: Tina Sanders on Linkedin Episode Transcript: Troy Hudson: [0:00] Ladies […]
The International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) accredits Energy Worldnet (EWN). EWN complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, Energy Worldnet is authorized to issue the IACET CEU (continuing education unit).
As an IACET Accredited Provider, EWN offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.
To be eligible to obtain CEUs and successfully complete this course, participants must fully contribute to all instructional activities and are required to complete all related assessments with an average score of at least 80%.
As part of its relationship with IACET, EWN provides recognized and rigorous trainings developed and delivered to ensure comprehensive regulatory compliance and the highest levels of learner knowledge transfer, engagement, and success.
Payment must be received two (2) days before the scheduled event.
Registration for this training closes the Friday before the scheduled event.
Registrants canceling more than ten (10) business days in advance are eligible for a full refund, less a 20% processing fee, or registration for a later date at no cost. Registrants failing to attend without notification will not receive a refund. Cancellation and refund requests should be made by emailing ILT@energyworldnet.com.
Individuals registering for an ONLINE instructor-led training who do not possess an audio- and video-capable device with a reliable internet connection will not be eligible to attend on the training day. Due to accreditation obligations, there are no exceptions to this policy.
Individuals arriving more than twenty (20) minutes late to an EWN learning event may be asked to re-register for a future training event and assessed a $100 re-registration fee.
All beginning and ending training times are Central Standard Time (CST) unless noted otherwise.
Enrollment dates, qualification status, and course scoring will be accessible to your company administrators and supervisors per the user permissions in your Energy Worldnet account.