OGTAP Technical Apprenticeship Program

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    Recruitment for this year’s Oil and Gas Technical Apprenticeship
    Program (OGTAP) has launched today (Sunday 1st October) as the
    innovative scheme for searches for its 2024 Nigerian cohorts.

    The OGTAP scheme, managed by OPITO, the global safety and skills
    organization, and the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board
    (ECITB), on behalf of industry operators and major contractors, was
    launched in 1999 to create a sustainable pipeline of skilled and
    competent technicians.

    Since then, more than 300,000 people globally have completed the
    four-year apprenticeship across four disciplines: instrument and
    control, electrical maintenance mechanical maintenance, and process
    operations. Apprentices gain recognized qualifications and practical
    training while working alongside OGTAP sponsoring companies.

    “There is always a huge demand for an OGTAP place which is not
    surprising given the many exciting and diverse opportunities this
    industry offers and we welcome applications from anybody who meets the
    entry requirements with an interest in pursuing a career in this field.

    Click here to see Eligibility requirements.

    “With the world of energy ever-changing, it’s vital that we develop a
    skilled workforce to deliver a net zero future. Apprentices are set to
    play a huge role in the future energy workforce and the OGTAP program
    provides the fundamental qualifications needed for roles across the
    energy sector now and in the future”

    Successful applicants on the scheme will attend an industry-appointed
    College for 21 months, gaining various qualifications including:

    * Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) Level 2 (Performing
    Engineering Operations)
    * National Certificate (multi-discipline)
    * Higher National Certificate (allocated discipline)
    * OPITO Global Standards -Oil and Gas Level 2

    After college, OGTAP apprentices then spend two years with a sponsoring
    energy company where they receive expert training and mentoring, gaining
    industry-specific skills as well as a Scottish Vocational Qualification
    (SVQ) at SCVQ Level 7 in their discipline

    Applications for the 2024 intake are now open for Nigerian citizens.

    To find out more about the Oil and Gas Technical Apprenticeship, please


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