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November 2018
$699

EWN Roadtrip: OQ Fundamentals Workshop – Fairhope, AL

November 1 @ 8:00 am - November 2 @ 5:00 pm
Oak Hollow Farm, 14210 S Greeno Rd
Fairhope, AL 36532 United States
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Day 1: E3 System Admin Training ($349) The E3 System Administrator Training provides EWN account holders with an opportunity to explore key tools, features, and components of the E3 system through a hands-on survey. OQ plan administrators will gain the knowledge to effectively oversee their OQ training program and fully utilize the E3 system and services. At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: identify the options to manage a user profile identify the steps involved in utilizing operator connections identify the steps involved in managing a task list identify the location to manage assignments identify the steps to submit evaluations identify types of reports available identify the tools available to the E3 user identify the steps to access qualification requirements identify the steps involved to organize tasks by groups and/or job titles Day 2: Operator Qualification Fundamentals Program ($449) In the OQ Fundamentals class is a full day class designed to develop participants’ knowledge of OQ in the oil and gas industry. In this class, participants will have the opportunity to learn about and discuss common industry terminology and historical events and their effects on regulation. Participants will also identify current requirements of 49 CFR 192 &…

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$279

E3 System Administrator Training (ESAT)

November 13 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Decatur Civic Center, 2010 W. US 380 , TX 76234
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The E3 System Administrator Training provides EWN account holders with an opportunity to explore key tools, features, and components of the E3 system through a hands-on survey. OQ plan administrators will gain the knowledge to effectively oversee their OQ training program and fully utilize the E3 system and services.At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: identify the options to manage a user profile identify the steps involved in utilizing operator connections identify the steps involved in managing a task list identify the location to manage assignments identify the steps to submit evaluations identify types of reports available identify the tools available to the E3 user identify the steps to access qualification requirements identify the steps involved to organize tasks by groups and/or job titles Registration closes the Friday prior to this training event date. Payment is expected no later than two (2) days prior to the event date. A laptop is needed for this class, as it is interactive with the system. Please let support@energyworldnet.com know if you will not have one available so we can make arrangements to provide…

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EWN Roadtrip: Emergency Management Workshop – Houston, TX

November 14 @ 8:00 am - November 15 @ 5:00 pm
Hyatt Regency Houston Intercontinental Airport, 425 North Sam Houston Pkwy. E
Houston, TX 77060 United States
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Day 1: Emergency Management Workshop ($49) The EWN Emergency Management Workshop is a full day workshop designed to develop participants’ understanding and perception of emergency management and inspire creative solutions and policies to strengthen their company’s emergency management program. Designed to immerse participants in the world of emergency management, this workshop provides scenario-based activities to engage participants in creative emergency management solutions and discussion topics to learn what other industry leaders are doing to prepare for and react appropriately to any disaster that may affect their clients, employees, or infrastructure. Participants will identify the requirements of 49 CFR 192 and 195 as they relate to emergency management, practice preparation techniques, perform a risk assessment, complete an emergency plan analysis, and consider funding options and limitations. Culminating in a tabletop exercise to simulate real-life emergency development, this workshop will equip participants with knowledge of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery activities that will enable them to practically apply the tools and concepts to their own emergency management programs. Day 2: Master Evaluator Certification Program ($449) The EWN Master Evaluator Certification Program is designed to provide each evaluator with the most up-to-date principles and tools for conducting effective evaluations. Each class participant will…

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$379

Master Evaluator Certification Program (MECP)

November 14 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Decatur Civic Center, 2010 W. US 380 , TX 76234
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The EWN Master Evaluator Certification Program is designed to provide each evaluator with the most up-to-date principles and tools for conducting effective evaluations. Each class participant will have the opportunity to apply and practice these research-based principles and tools in a comfortable learning environment. This is achieved by participation and discussion of individual testing and performance observation techniques and by the practical application of actual evaluation tools. Participants will identify the requirements of 49 CFR 192 and 195 as it relates to written and performance evaluations, practice evaluation preparation techniques, perform an evaluation with proper documentation and maintain evaluation records. The Master Evaluator Certification Program is a valuable asset to any company that wants to achieve consistency and exceptional quality in an evaluation program. At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: Define evaluation Define the role of the performance evaluation Identify significant events in energy history Identify EWN guidelines for Master Evaluators Identify steps to prepare for an evaluation Identify the role of the Master Evaluator Identify the rules for evaluators Identify the role of a proctor Identify and react to unacceptable performance during an evaluation Identify acceptable performance of the evaluator during an evaluation…

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December 2018
$279

E3 System Administrator Training (ESAT)

December 11 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Decatur Civic Center, 2010 W. US 380 , TX 76234
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The E3 System Administrator Training provides EWN account holders with an opportunity to explore key tools, features, and components of the E3 system through a hands-on survey. OQ plan administrators will gain the knowledge to effectively oversee their OQ training program and fully utilize the E3 system and services.At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: identify the options to manage a user profile identify the steps involved in utilizing operator connections identify the steps involved in managing a task list identify the location to manage assignments identify the steps to submit evaluations identify types of reports available identify the tools available to the E3 user identify the steps to access qualification requirements identify the steps involved to organize tasks by groups and/or job titles Registration closes the Friday prior to this training event date. Payment is expected no later than two (2) days prior to the event date. A laptop is needed for this class, as it is interactive with the system. Please let support@energyworldnet.com know if you will not have one available so we can make arrangements to provide…

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$379

Master Evaluator Certification Program (MECP)

December 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Decatur Civic Center, 2010 W. US 380 , TX 76234
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The EWN Master Evaluator Certification Program is designed to provide each evaluator with the most up-to-date principles and tools for conducting effective evaluations. Each class participant will have the opportunity to apply and practice these research-based principles and tools in a comfortable learning environment. This is achieved by participation and discussion of individual testing and performance observation techniques and by the practical application of actual evaluation tools. Participants will identify the requirements of 49 CFR 192 and 195 as it relates to written and performance evaluations, practice evaluation preparation techniques, perform an evaluation with proper documentation and maintain evaluation records. The Master Evaluator Certification Program is a valuable asset to any company that wants to achieve consistency and exceptional quality in an evaluation program. At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: Define evaluation Define the role of the performance evaluation Identify significant events in energy history Identify EWN guidelines for Master Evaluators Identify steps to prepare for an evaluation Identify the role of the Master Evaluator Identify the rules for evaluators Identify the role of a proctor Identify and react to unacceptable performance during an evaluation Identify acceptable performance of the evaluator during an evaluation…

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