Length: 0 days
This self-study course is designed to be taken at your convenience and on your own schedule. You have 90 days to finish the course once you begin from the time of purchase.
The energy industry is developing new technologies all the time and thrives on innovation. Because of the broad scope and global nature of the industry, engineers who pursue an energy career have a wide variety of locations and job functions to choose from, and the opportunities it presents are some of the most exciting and challenging you will ever find.
Oil companies and the oil service sector that supports them are central players in the energy field, but there are many other robust sectors in the industry. This includes electrical utilities, nuclear fuel suppliers, natural gas companies, an expanding coal trade, Engineering Procurement & Construction (EPC), companies developing large turnkey projects across the industry, and growing opportunities in the alternative energy field.
Mapping a career in the energy industry involves combination of research, education, planning, preparation, and networking.
You will learn to:
- Describe the energy industry and the opportunities it offers engineers
- Discuss some of the industry’s main operations
- Recognize standards organizations and regulatory agencies associated with the industry
- Identify resources to assist in planning for a career in the energy industry
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for people who are considering pursuing an engineering career in the energy industry.