IHRDC Presents at GetEnergy Conference, Calgary, Canada


Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 31, 2011

David A.T. Donohue, President of International Human Resource Development Corporation (IHRDC), together with other world leaders of upstream Oil and Gas training, is a panelist at GetEnergys Conference on June 7, 2011 in Calgary, Canada. The opening plenary session, Strategic Thinking: Your Providers in the Spotlight, will feature panelists sharing their vision of the direction training will take over the next five years. Major challenges and trends in the workforce development, their relationship with existing customers and potential clients, and how they cooperate with other training providers in an environment of frequent mergers and acquisitions will be included. IHRDC was the GetEnergy recipient of the Training Provider of the Year 2010. IHRDC will also be exhibiting at this event. For more information please visit http://www.getenergyevent.com.

Dr. David A. T. Donohue is the Founder and President of both IHRDC and Arlington Storage Corporation. He is a technical specialist, businessman, attorney and lecturer highly regarded for the teaching of management programs devoted to the business of Oil and Gas. Other panelists include Ford Brett – Managing Director of PetroSkills, Paul Groves – Managing Director of Petrofac Training, Hooman Sadrpanah – Managing Director of NExT and Irene Lewis – CEO and President of SAIT Polytechnic as Panel Chair.

About IHRDC

For 40 years, IHRDC (http://www.ihrdc.com) has been a worldwide leader in training and competency development for the Oil and Gas industry. Headquartered in Boston, USA, with offices in Houston, Amsterdam, Cairo, Jakarta, and Lagos, IHRDC is a privately owned company that has been providing innovative and highly regarded management, technical and field training programs, e-Leaning solutions and competency-management systems to the Oil and Gas industry.

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IHRDC Presents at GetEnergy Conference, Calgary, Canada


Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 31, 2011

David A.T. Donohue, President of International Human Resource Development Corporation (IHRDC), together with other world leaders of upstream Oil and Gas training, is a panelist at GetEnergys Conference on June 7, 2011 in Calgary, Canada. The opening plenary session, Strategic Thinking: Your Providers in the Spotlight, will feature panelists sharing their vision of the direction training will take over the next five years. Major challenges and trends in the workforce development, their relationship with existing customers and potential clients, and how they cooperate with other training providers in an environment of frequent mergers and acquisitions will be included. IHRDC was the GetEnergy recipient of the Training Provider of the Year 2010. IHRDC will also be exhibiting at this event. For more information please visit http://www.getenergyevent.com.

Dr. David A. T. Donohue is the Founder and President of both IHRDC and Arlington Storage Corporation. He is a technical specialist, businessman, attorney and lecturer highly regarded for the teaching of management programs devoted to the business of Oil and Gas. Other panelists include Ford Brett – Managing Director of PetroSkills, Paul Groves – Managing Director of Petrofac Training, Hooman Sadrpanah – Managing Director of NExT and Irene Lewis – CEO and President of SAIT Polytechnic as Panel Chair.

About IHRDC

For 40 years, IHRDC (http://www.ihrdc.com) has been a worldwide leader in training and competency development for the Oil and Gas industry. Headquartered in Boston, USA, with offices in Houston, Amsterdam, Cairo, Jakarta, and Lagos, IHRDC is a privately owned company that has been providing innovative and highly regarded management, technical and field training programs, e-Leaning solutions and competency-management systems to the Oil and Gas industry.

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