Oil and Gas Land Administration
SAIT, in partnership with Alberta Human Services, Community Futures Treaty Seven and The Métis Nation of Alberta, are offering a 31-week program to train individuals as oil and gas land administrators. Land administrators are involved in the day-to-day functions of a land department. Students receive an overview of the petroleum industry and an introduction to land practices including mineral lease documentation and surface land practices. Students also receive training in office procedures, business communications and common software programs used in land administration. This is a challenging program of full-time classroom training. Classes run mainly from 1 pm to 8 pm Monday to Thursday, and from 1 pm to 4:30 pm on Fridays plus a six-week work experience.
To qualify for the Oil and Gas Land Administration program, you must be ready to start training and an Indigenous resident of Calgary collecting employment insurance who:
- has established an EI claim (active claimant), or
- has ended a claim for EI benefits within the previous 36 months (Reachback), or
- has received parental or maternity benefits during the past 60 months to care for their children and are now returning to work (Reachback), or
- is receiving provincial Income and Employment Benefits (Social Assistance), or
- is unemployed and does not qualify for EI or Income and Employment Benefits.
Other pre-requisites include:
- Grade 10 or equivalent in Math and English;
- Must qualify for funding through Treaty seven Economic Development Corporation, the Métis Nation of Alberta or Alberta Human Resources and Employment.
Contact MacPhail School of Energy
G109, E.H Crandell Building
Customized Training for Indigenous Communities
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