Latest INSTEP Learning Calendar 2022 (Revision 4 & 5) is out!

Check out what’s new and the latest training schedule in our Learning Calendar 2022.

New programmes are available to enhance your technical competency and to unleash your potential.

More and more of INSTEP programmes are now HRD Corp Claimable; stay tune for the rest of the programmes.

 

PETRONAS Edition Learning Calendar

(For PETRONAS staff only):

Public Edition Learning Calendar

(Open to all):

Don’t miss out and join us to upskill yourself in Operations, Maintenance and Health, Safety & Environment Programmes.

So what are you waiting for? Download your copy of Learning Calendar today!

Click here to download:

PETRONAS Group Calendar (Revision 4)

Public Group Calendar (Revision 5)

Reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com, we would love to talk with you!

Check out what’s new and the latest training schedule in our Learning Calendar 2022.

New programmes are available to enhance your technical competency and to unleash your potential.

More and more of INSTEP programmes are now HRD Corp Claimable; stay tune for the rest of the programmes.

 

PETRONAS Edition Learning Calendar

(For PETRONAS staff only):

Public Edition Learning Calendar

(Open to all):

Don’t miss out and join us to upskill yourself in Operations, Maintenance and Health, Safety & Environment Programmes.

So what are you waiting for? Download your copy of Learning Calendar today!

Click here to download:

PETRONAS Group Calendar (Revision 4)

Public Group Calendar (Revision 5)

Reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com, we would love to talk with you!

[MAY EDITION] Welder Development Programme via Face-To-Face (F2F) mode

Enhance your knowledge of welding with our Welder Development Programme now available in physical Face-to-Face (F2F) training mode.

Don’t worry if you are unsure which training to start off with; here’s the recommended roadmap for your consideration: Part 1 Fundamental of Welding Technology > Part 2 Welder Training (3G SMAW) > Part 4 ASNT Level II Visual Testing (Welding) Certification. (Note: You may also opt for any of the training without following this recommended roadmap sequence). 

This May session we bring you Part 4: ASNT Level II Visual Testing (Welding) Certification (details below).

Develop your knowledge in the following areas:

  • Safety precautions, common destructive and non-destructive testing in performing weld inspection
  • Characteristics of welding, thermal cutting processes, relevant codes, standards and specification commonly used in industry
  • Type of weld, weld joints according to standards, weld discontinuities, causes and its mitigations
  • Welding symbols according to AWS, ISO and information from WPS, POR and Welder certificate
  • Welding procedure specifications and welder certificate according to code and standards

What are you waiting for? Let’s get upskilled virtually today!

Not a PETRONAS staff?

Fret not; we are more than happy to chart your technical upskilling journey together with INSTEP.

For more information or registration, kindly contact suhaili.hamahmuding@petronas.com.my or reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com, we would love to talk to you!

Enhance your knowledge of welding with our Welder Development Programme now available in physical Face-to-Face (F2F) training mode.

Don’t worry if you are unsure which training to start off with; here’s the recommended roadmap for your consideration: Part 1 Fundamental of Welding Technology > Part 2 Welder Training (3G SMAW) > Part 4 ASNT Level II Visual Testing (Welding) Certification. (Note: You may also opt for any of the training without following this recommended roadmap sequence). 

This May session we bring you Part 4: ASNT Level II Visual Testing (Welding) Certification (details below).

Develop your knowledge in the following areas:

  • Safety precautions, common destructive and non-destructive testing in performing weld inspection
  • Characteristics of welding, thermal cutting processes, relevant codes, standards and specification commonly used in industry
  • Type of weld, weld joints according to standards, weld discontinuities, causes and its mitigations
  • Welding symbols according to AWS, ISO and information from WPS, POR and Welder certificate
  • Welding procedure specifications and welder certificate according to code and standards

What are you waiting for? Let’s get upskilled virtually today!

Not a PETRONAS staff?

Fret not; we are more than happy to chart your technical upskilling journey together with INSTEP.

For more information or registration, kindly contact suhaili.hamahmuding@petronas.com.my or reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com, we would love to talk to you!

INSTEP On-the-Job Learning (OJL) for Plant Turnaround Management and Execution

Plant turnaround is vital in process industry – to maintain consistent productive capacity, prevent accidents and improve safety at the plants. It is a scheduled stoppage of part or all of a plant’s operations for maintenance, to replace equipment, upgrade energy resources or maintain regulatory compliance.

Planning and managing turnarounds in plant environment can be complex and demanding; if turnarounds are not carefully planned and controlled, there might be issues and risks of serious budget overruns, schedule delays and negative impacts. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure the technical personnel are readily available and reliable for effective and coordinated turnaround activities.

INSTEP On-the-Job Learning (OJL) on Turnaround Management and Execution training is designed to provide structured training and guidelines for planning, managing, and executing process tasks related to Turnaround activities. The training was conducted using blended learning approach, with a combination of classroom and practical workshop modes, group discussions, and execution of Turnaround work at INSTEP live training plant: Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP).

The OJL took learners on a 10-day journey that began with setting strategic objectives during which they carried out planning & preparations of plant turnaround, pre-shutdown, and shutdown. The learners also conducted extensive and guided hands-on practices, monitoring activities and audits during the learning journey.

The learners involved are INSTEP Technician Training Programme (TTP) learners, engineers, and technicians from INSTEP Operation & Maintenance teams as well as other selected technical executives from Operation Management backgrounds.

Throughout the training led by experienced facilitators and trainers, learners are able to hone leadership skills and teamwork spirits, as well as enhance their profound knowledge and skills in maintenance and safe shutdown practices.

En. Kamarozaman Husin, Head of INSTEP Technical Learning Excellence Division said in his closing remarks, “The OJL training encompasses a holistic package of the best practices in any turnaround project, which are fundamentals for technical personnel to discharge their obligations in operation and maintenance work. Our live training plant, UDTP, is a functional and operative platform which allows our staff and learners to strengthen their basics and enhance their capability to address strenuous circumstances in real plant environment safely and efficiently.”

“One thing to remember is that although turnaround process can be challenging to manage and cope with, there is no work so urgent – that you cannot take time to perform it safely.”

Daily Toolbox briefing and meeting held every morning during the 10-day On-the-Job Learning journey.

The image above marks the completion of the 10-day On-the-Job Learning in Turnaround Management and Execution (Process)!

 

Established in 1981, we have grown tremendously into an internationally recognised technical learning solutions partner with customers’ presence from over 35 countries and have produced more than 130,000 job-ready technical workforces serving in more than 30 refinery & petrochemical plants and 100 platforms globally.

We are committed to be a preferred solutions partner to talents in the energy industry and beyond, and we continuously push our boundaries to provide innovative solutions and experiential learning to technical talents, allowing them to grow with their organisation, meaningfully improving the quality of life, contributing to business and sustainability development.

Interested in upskilling yourself in managing and executing process tasks related to Turnaround Management & Execution?

More programmes related to plant turnaround will be conducted soon! Contact us now at instepmarketing@petronas.com or reach out to our programme leader yusuf.hussain@petronas.com to learn more.

Plant turnaround is vital in process industry – to maintain consistent productive capacity, prevent accidents and improve safety at the plants. It is a scheduled stoppage of part or all of a plant’s operations for maintenance, to replace equipment, upgrade energy resources or maintain regulatory compliance.

Planning and managing turnarounds in plant environment can be complex and demanding; if turnarounds are not carefully planned and controlled, there might be issues and risks of serious budget overruns, schedule delays and negative impacts. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure the technical personnel are readily available and reliable for effective and coordinated turnaround activities.

INSTEP On-the-Job Learning (OJL) on Turnaround Management and Execution training is designed to provide structured training and guidelines for planning, managing, and executing process tasks related to Turnaround activities. The training was conducted using blended learning approach, with a combination of classroom and practical workshop modes, group discussions, and execution of Turnaround work at INSTEP live training plant: Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP).

The OJL took learners on a 10-day journey that began with setting strategic objectives during which they carried out planning & preparations of plant turnaround, pre-shutdown, and shutdown. The learners also conducted extensive and guided hands-on practices, monitoring activities and audits during the learning journey.

The learners involved are INSTEP Technician Training Programme (TTP) learners, engineers, and technicians from INSTEP Operation & Maintenance teams as well as other selected technical executives from Operation Management backgrounds.

Throughout the training led by experienced facilitators and trainers, learners are able to hone leadership skills and teamwork spirits, as well as enhance their profound knowledge and skills in maintenance and safe shutdown practices.

En. Kamarozaman Husin, Head of INSTEP Technical Learning Excellence Division said in his closing remarks, “The OJL training encompasses a holistic package of the best practices in any turnaround project, which are fundamentals for technical personnel to discharge their obligations in operation and maintenance work. Our live training plant, UDTP, is a functional and operative platform which allows our staff and learners to strengthen their basics and enhance their capability to address strenuous circumstances in real plant environment safely and efficiently.”

“One thing to remember is that although turnaround process can be challenging to manage and cope with, there is no work so urgent – that you cannot take time to perform it safely.”

Daily Toolbox briefing and meeting held every morning during the 10-day On-the-Job Learning journey.

The image above marks the completion of the 10-day On-the-Job Learning in Turnaround Management and Execution (Process)!

 

Established in 1981, we have grown tremendously into an internationally recognised technical learning solutions partner with customers’ presence from over 35 countries and have produced more than 130,000 job-ready technical workforces serving in more than 30 refinery & petrochemical plants and 100 platforms globally.

We are committed to be a preferred solutions partner to talents in the energy industry and beyond, and we continuously push our boundaries to provide innovative solutions and experiential learning to technical talents, allowing them to grow with their organisation, meaningfully improving the quality of life, contributing to business and sustainability development.

Interested in upskilling yourself in managing and executing process tasks related to Turnaround Management & Execution?

More programmes related to plant turnaround will be conducted soon! Contact us now at instepmarketing@petronas.com or reach out to our programme leader yusuf.hussain@petronas.com to learn more.

[May Edition] Upskill yourself virtually & physically today at INSTEP!

A wide range of courses from Operation, Maintenance to Health, Safety and Environment Programme for your professional capability development in May are available now

1. Process & Analytical Programme

Face-to-Face (F2F) 

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) 

2. Electrical Programme

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) 

3. Health, Safety & Environment Programme

Face-to-Face (F2F) 

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) 

What are you waiting for? Let’s get upskilled virtually & physically today!

Not a PETRONAS staff?

Fret not, we are more than happy to chart your technical upskilling journey together with INSTEP. Simply view our Learning Calendar at Learning Calendar – INSTEP and click ‘Register Now’ button.

Reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com or respective Programme Leaders stated on the Learning Calendar for further information. 

Note on mode of delivery:  

i. F2F: Face-to-Face

ii. VILT: Virtual Instructor-Led Training

A wide range of courses from Operation, Maintenance to Health, Safety and Environment Programme for your professional capability development in May are available now

1. Process & Analytical Programme

Face-to-Face (F2F) 

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) 

2. Electrical Programme

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) 

3. Health, Safety & Environment Programme

Face-to-Face (F2F) 

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) 

What are you waiting for? Let’s get upskilled virtually & physically today!

Not a PETRONAS staff?

Fret not, we are more than happy to chart your technical upskilling journey together with INSTEP. Simply view our Learning Calendar at Learning Calendar – INSTEP and click ‘Register Now’ button.

Reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com or respective Programme Leaders stated on the Learning Calendar for further information. 

Note on mode of delivery:  

i. F2F: Face-to-Face

ii. VILT: Virtual Instructor-Led Training

INSTEP develops young engineers & technicians for Sarawak’s first mega methanol plant

Sarawak Petchem Sdn Bhd, established in 2017 by the state government of Sarawak, will be the first company in the state that produces methanol. The state’s first mega methanol plant with an annual capacity of 1.7 million metric tonnes per annum (mtpa) is currently under construction in Bintulu and is planned to begin operations by the end of 2023.

In meeting Sarawak Petchem’s high demand in training requirements, INSTEP is honoured to be the preferred technical learning solutions partner, which provided curated technical trainings for new engineers and technicians in Sarawak Petchem to support the operation and maintenance of the facility.

A total of 116 young Sarawak talents have started the Bridging Programme customised by INSTEP and Sarawak Petchem, called Technician Training Programme (TTP), starting August 2021. The training programme is customised in the areas of operations, maintenance, and health, safety and environment.  

Mohd Hanafiah Hatta, one of the first batch of engineers sent to INSTEP for TTP, said, “I am really proud to be able to step foot on this training centre. INSTEP is no doubt the best place for oil & gas trainings, as it provides us (the learners) the best environment to learn and experience real life modern technology in petrochemical and oil & gas industry.”

“Being the first batch of technical talents in Sarawak Petchem, we are the pioneer and benchmark for the historic project in Sarawak’s petrochemical sector. It is my obligation to lead my fellow colleagues to thrive together, and to apply the knowledge and skills learnt at INSTEP in support of Sarawak’s oil & gas ventures and growth.”

INSTEP delivers industry & technology driven technical learning solutions through blended learning approach. Encompassing interactive classroom learning, hands-on training at practical workshops, INSTEP provides experiential learning at its own live training plant, namely Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP) and exposure to commercial plant through plant attachment. The instructor to learner ratio is capped at 1:15 following international quality standards, to ensure effective learning environment for exchanging tacit knowledge, technology transfer and experiences.

The Technician Training Programme (TTP) is divided into 2 semesters and the learners are split into 4 trades, namely Operation, Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation. The 1st semester is when the learners undergo theoretical learning via hybrid mode (face-to-face + VILT) covering a wide range of modules such as Exploration & Production, Electrical, Instrumentation, HSE, and others. During the 2nd semester, the learners undergo 6 months of blended training which include theoretical learning, hands-on learning at practical workshops, experiential learning at UDTP. Following that, they undergo 3 months of On Job Training (OJT) at PETRONAS plants.

Hanafiah said, “Although the 1-year training programme was a challenging learning journey, we have made ourselves active in sports and recreational activities to inculcate the work-life balance. We play football, futsal, beach volleyballs, and have gym sessions after classes and it was during these hours that we get to know other learners on campus like the engineers from ExxonMobil, INPG (Senegal) as well as other PETRONAS engineers & technicians who participate in short-term training programmes here.”

The strategic partnership between INSTEP and Sarawak Petchem is a strong illustration of INSTEP as a crucial partner that meticulously packs every young talent with the essential skills and capability to be fit as a competent workforce in delivering the landmark Sarawak Methanol Project by 2024.

Being the key partner in PETRONAS’ growth, INSTEP is passionate in pushing boundaries in accelerating competency development in the energy industry and beyond. To date, INSTEP boasts an extensive track record of having produced more than 130,000 technical graduates in various fields for the global energy sector over a period of four decades.

Sarawak Petchem Sdn Bhd, established in 2017 by the state government of Sarawak, will be the first company in the state that produces methanol. The state’s first mega methanol plant with an annual capacity of 1.7 million metric tonnes per annum (mtpa) is currently under construction in Bintulu and is planned to begin operations by the end of 2023.

In meeting Sarawak Petchem’s high demand in training requirements, INSTEP is honoured to be the preferred technical learning solutions partner, which provided curated technical trainings for new engineers and technicians in Sarawak Petchem to support the operation and maintenance of the facility.

A total of 116 young Sarawak talents have started the Bridging Programme customised by INSTEP and Sarawak Petchem, called Technician Training Programme (TTP), starting August 2021. The training programme is customised in the areas of operations, maintenance, and health, safety and environment.  

Mohd Hanafiah Hatta, one of the first batch of engineers sent to INSTEP for TTP, said, “I am really proud to be able to step foot on this training centre. INSTEP is no doubt the best place for oil & gas trainings, as it provides us (the learners) the best environment to learn and experience real life modern technology in petrochemical and oil & gas industry.”

“Being the first batch of technical talents in Sarawak Petchem, we are the pioneer and benchmark for the historic project in Sarawak’s petrochemical sector. It is my obligation to lead my fellow colleagues to thrive together, and to apply the knowledge and skills learnt at INSTEP in support of Sarawak’s oil & gas ventures and growth.”

INSTEP delivers industry & technology driven technical learning solutions through blended learning approach. Encompassing interactive classroom learning, hands-on training at practical workshops, INSTEP provides experiential learning at its own live training plant, namely Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP) and exposure to commercial plant through plant attachment. The instructor to learner ratio is capped at 1:15 following international quality standards, to ensure effective learning environment for exchanging tacit knowledge, technology transfer and experiences.

The Technician Training Programme (TTP) is divided into 2 semesters and the learners are split into 4 trades, namely Operation, Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation. The 1st semester is when the learners undergo theoretical learning via hybrid mode (face-to-face + VILT) covering a wide range of modules such as Exploration & Production, Electrical, Instrumentation, HSE, and others. During the 2nd semester, the learners undergo 6 months of blended training which include theoretical learning, hands-on learning at practical workshops, experiential learning at UDTP. Following that, they undergo 3 months of On Job Training (OJT) at PETRONAS plants.

Hanafiah said, “Although the 1-year training programme was a challenging learning journey, we have made ourselves active in sports and recreational activities to inculcate the work-life balance. We play football, futsal, beach volleyballs, and have gym sessions after classes and it was during these hours that we get to know other learners on campus like the engineers from ExxonMobil, INPG (Senegal) as well as other PETRONAS engineers & technicians who participate in short-term training programmes here.”

The strategic partnership between INSTEP and Sarawak Petchem is a strong illustration of INSTEP as a crucial partner that meticulously packs every young talent with the essential skills and capability to be fit as a competent workforce in delivering the landmark Sarawak Methanol Project by 2024.

Being the key partner in PETRONAS’ growth, INSTEP is passionate in pushing boundaries in accelerating competency development in the energy industry and beyond. To date, INSTEP boasts an extensive track record of having produced more than 130,000 technical graduates in various fields for the global energy sector over a period of four decades.

ALERT: No Agent Appointment for INSTEP Training Enrolment

INSTEP has been made aware of unauthorised individuals or agent falsely using the PETRONAS and INSTEP brand, name and logo in an attempt to enrol learners for certain training programme with an elevated cost on behalf of INSTEP and/or PETRONAS.

INSTEP wishes to alert members of the public that neither PETRONAS nor INSTEP, has authorised ANY agency appointment for enrolment of training programme. Thus, INSTEP appeals to the public and interested learner not to respond to it.

Warning signs of potentially fraudulent activity:

  • ALL of our training programmes are posted on INSTEP website (https://www.instep.my/learning-calendar/). Those who wish to enrol in any INSTEP training programme are advised to visit only this website.
  • Email communication on enrolment in training programme, if any, would be sent by INSTEP’s officials using only e-mail domains of @petronas.com.
  • Money transfers or payments of any kind will be requested from applicants by official PETRONAS personnel using e-mail domains of @petronas.com if the enrolment process payment is required based on Terms of Reference.

Should you experience any of the foregoing, please treat the communication as fraudulent and forward to instep@petronas.com

INSTEP has been made aware of unauthorised individuals or agent falsely using the PETRONAS and INSTEP brand, name and logo in an attempt to enrol learners for certain training programme with an elevated cost on behalf of INSTEP and/or PETRONAS.

INSTEP wishes to alert members of the public that neither PETRONAS nor INSTEP, has authorised ANY agency appointment for enrolment of training programme. Thus, INSTEP appeals to the public and interested learner not to respond to it.

Warning signs of potentially fraudulent activity:

  • ALL of our training programmes are posted on INSTEP website (https://www.instep.my/learning-calendar/). Those who wish to enrol in any INSTEP training programme are advised to visit only this website.
  • Email communication on enrolment in training programme, if any, would be sent by INSTEP’s officials using only e-mail domains of @petronas.com.
  • Money transfers or payments of any kind will be requested from applicants by official PETRONAS personnel using e-mail domains of @petronas.com if the enrolment process payment is required based on Terms of Reference.

Should you experience any of the foregoing, please treat the communication as fraudulent and forward to instep@petronas.com

[April Edition] Upskill yourself virtually & physically with our programme today at INSTEP!

A wide range of courses from Operation, Maintenance to Health, Safety and Environment Programmes for your professional capability development in April are available now.

1. Exploration & Production Programme

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

2. Mechanical & Inspection Programme

  • Face-to-Face (F2F)

3. Electrical Programme

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

4. Health, Safety & Environment Programme

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

What are you waiting for? Let’s get upskilled virtually & physically today!

Not a PETRONAS staff?

Fret not, we are more than happy to chart your technical upskilling journey together with INSTEP.

Reach us now at instepmarketing@petronas.com for further information.

 

Note on mode of delivery:

F2F: Face-to-Face

VILT: Virtual Instructor-Led Training

A wide range of courses from Operation, Maintenance to Health, Safety and Environment Programmes for your professional capability development in April are available now.

1. Exploration & Production Programme

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

2. Mechanical & Inspection Programme

  • Face-to-Face (F2F)

3. Electrical Programme

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

4. Health, Safety & Environment Programme

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

What are you waiting for? Let’s get upskilled virtually & physically today!

Not a PETRONAS staff?

Fret not, we are more than happy to chart your technical upskilling journey together with INSTEP.

Reach us now at instepmarketing@petronas.com for further information.

 

Note on mode of delivery:

F2F: Face-to-Face

VILT: Virtual Instructor-Led Training

Latest INSTEP Learning Calendar 2022 (Revision 3) is out!

Check out what’s new and the latest training schedule in our Learning Calendar 2022.

New programmes are available to enhance your technical competency and to unleash your potential.

More and more of INSTEP programmes are now HRD Corp Claimable; stay tune for the rest of the programmes.

 

PETRONAS Edition Learning Calendar

(For PETRONAS staff only):

Public Edition Learning Calendar

(Open to all):

Don’t miss out and join us to upskill yourself in Operations, Maintenance and Health, Safety & Environment Programmes.

So what are you waiting for? Download your copy of Learning Calendar today!

Click here to download:

PETRONAS Group Calendar (Revision 3)

Public Group Calendar (Revision 3)

Reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com, we would love to talk with you!

Check out what’s new and the latest training schedule in our Learning Calendar 2022.

New programmes are available to enhance your technical competency and to unleash your potential.

More and more of INSTEP programmes are now HRD Corp Claimable; stay tune for the rest of the programmes.

 

PETRONAS Edition Learning Calendar

(For PETRONAS staff only):

Public Edition Learning Calendar

(Open to all):

Don’t miss out and join us to upskill yourself in Operations, Maintenance and Health, Safety & Environment Programmes.

So what are you waiting for? Download your copy of Learning Calendar today!

Click here to download:

PETRONAS Group Calendar (Revision 3)

Public Group Calendar (Revision 3)

Reach us at instepmarketing@petronas.com, we would love to talk with you!

Malaysia Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) 2022 – Open for Application

Calling for all International Participants (non-Malaysian) to join Malaysia Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) 2022 virtually from wherever you are!

This year, Institut Teknologi Petroleum PETRONAS (INSTEP) is hosting three (3) programmes under Malaysia Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) which are:

1. Best Practices for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and Maintenance Excellence in Oil & Gas Industry

2. Managing Global Talent in Oil & Gas Industry: Conference & Dialogue

3. Introduction to Petroleum Technology

These programmes will be conducted in Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) mode via Microsoft Teams with high interactivity & delivered by our experienced industrial experts.

The great news is; the programme fees are fully sponsored by the Government of Malaysia, and we have multiple sessions available for you to choose from.

1. Best Practices for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and Maintenance Excellence in Oil & Gas Industry

Programme Outline:

  1. Introduction to Health, Safety and Environment: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
  2. Overview of Petroleum Industry: Upstream and Downstream
  3. Maintenance Strategies
  4. Maintenance of Equipment in Oil and Gas Industry: Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation
  5. Introduction to INSTEP Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP)

Session date:

  1. Session 1: 09 – 13 May 2022 (Closing date application: 08 April 2022)
  2. Session 2: 18 July – 22 July 2022 (Closing date application: 17 June 2022)

Click here to download the PDF brochure

2. Managing Global Talent in Oil & Gas Industry: Conference & Dialogue

Programme Outline:

  1. Engagement with Malaysia / PETRONAS Leaders in Human Capital Development
  2. Conference – Managing Global Talent Development in Oil & Gas Industry
  3. Industrial Sharing / Forum – Best Practices of Capability Development In Oil & Gas Industry
  4. Round Table Workshop – Discussion on planning for future capabilities and re-assessment of local capability development framework

Session date:

  1. Session 1: 27 June – 30 June 2022 (Closing date application: 27 May 2022)
  2. Session 2: 19 September – 22 September 2022 (Closing date application: 19 August 2022)

Click here to download the PDF brochure

3. Introduction to Petroleum Technology

Programme Outline:

  1. Introduction to Health, Safety and Environment: Risk Assessment and Sustainable Development
  2. Overview of Oil & Gas and Energy Industry: Upstream, Downstream and New Energy
  3. Operation Support at Upstream & Downstream Plant
  4. Introduction to INSTEP Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP)

Session date:

  1. 22 August – 26 August 2022 (Closing date application: 22 July 2022)

Click here to download the PDF brochure

What are you waiting for? Mark your calendar and start your application today! This is your opportunity to network, discuss and share your expertise with other developing countries.

Contact our focal or click the brochure above for more information on the programmes.

Application guidelines:

  1. The course fees are fully sponsored by the Government of Malaysia.
  2. Applications should be made using the prescribed MTCP forms available at https://www.kln.gov.my/documents/8390448/8392184/MTCP+2022+-+APPLICATION+FORM.pdf/31506fe1-acea-44d1-88a2-7b4227e6bd2a
  3. MTCP application forms can also be obtained from the nearest Malaysian Embassy/High Commission in recipient countries.
  4. All application forms must be duly completed and endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or National Focal/Aid Coordinator Agency in the respective countries and submitted ONLY through the diplomatic channel via the Embassy/High Commission of Malaysia.
  5. Only successful applicants will receive the Official Invitation notification one (1) week from the course date, by the Training Institute via email.

Interested, but not sure what to expect? These articles might help you:

Calling for all International Participants (non-Malaysian) to join Malaysia Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) 2022 virtually from wherever you are!

This year, Institut Teknologi Petroleum PETRONAS (INSTEP) is hosting three (3) programmes under Malaysia Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) which are:

1. Best Practices for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and Maintenance Excellence in Oil & Gas Industry

2. Managing Global Talent in Oil & Gas Industry: Conference & Dialogue

3. Introduction to Petroleum Technology

These programmes will be conducted in Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) mode via Microsoft Teams with high interactivity & delivered by our experienced industrial experts.

The great news is; the programme fees are fully sponsored by the Government of Malaysia, and we have multiple sessions available for you to choose from.

1. Best Practices for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and Maintenance Excellence in Oil & Gas Industry

Programme Outline:

  1. Introduction to Health, Safety and Environment: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
  2. Overview of Petroleum Industry: Upstream and Downstream
  3. Maintenance Strategies
  4. Maintenance of Equipment in Oil and Gas Industry: Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation
  5. Introduction to INSTEP Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP)

Session date:

  1. Session 1: 09 – 13 May 2022 (Closing date application: 08 April 2022)
  2. Session 2: 18 July – 22 July 2022 (Closing date application: 17 June 2022)

Click here to download the PDF brochure

2. Managing Global Talent in Oil & Gas Industry: Conference & Dialogue

Programme Outline:

  1. Engagement with Malaysia / PETRONAS Leaders in Human Capital Development
  2. Conference – Managing Global Talent Development in Oil & Gas Industry
  3. Industrial Sharing / Forum – Best Practices of Capability Development In Oil & Gas Industry
  4. Round Table Workshop – Discussion on planning for future capabilities and re-assessment of local capability development framework

Session date:

  1. Session 1: 27 June – 30 June 2022 (Closing date application: 27 May 2022)
  2. Session 2: 19 September – 22 September 2022 (Closing date application: 19 August 2022)

Click here to download the PDF brochure

3. Introduction to Petroleum Technology

Programme Outline:

  1. Introduction to Health, Safety and Environment: Risk Assessment and Sustainable Development
  2. Overview of Oil & Gas and Energy Industry: Upstream, Downstream and New Energy
  3. Operation Support at Upstream & Downstream Plant
  4. Introduction to INSTEP Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP)

Session date:

  1. 22 August – 26 August 2022 (Closing date application: 22 July 2022)

Click here to download the PDF brochure

What are you waiting for? Mark your calendar and start your application today! This is your opportunity to network, discuss and share your expertise with other developing countries.

Contact our focal or click the brochure above for more information on the programmes.

Application guidelines:

  1. The course fees are fully sponsored by the Government of Malaysia.
  2. Applications should be made using the prescribed MTCP forms available at https://www.kln.gov.my/documents/8390448/8392184/MTCP+2022+-+APPLICATION+FORM.pdf/31506fe1-acea-44d1-88a2-7b4227e6bd2a
  3. MTCP application forms can also be obtained from the nearest Malaysian Embassy/High Commission in recipient countries.
  4. All application forms must be duly completed and endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or National Focal/Aid Coordinator Agency in the respective countries and submitted ONLY through the diplomatic channel via the Embassy/High Commission of Malaysia.
  5. Only successful applicants will receive the Official Invitation notification one (1) week from the course date, by the Training Institute via email.

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Master of Science (MSc) in Process Plant Operation – March & September 2022 Intake is Now Open

This MSc Process Plant Operation programme aims to produce graduates who are not only competent in managing and operating process plant by applying latest advanced technology, but at the same time showing organisational leadership, professionalism and responsibility towards society and environment.

Designed and delivered by senior academicians and industrial experts, the programme offers a flexible and multi-mode delivery comprised of blended learning via virtual and face-to-face engagement, on-site activities, industrial case studies, problem-based learning and real plant experiential learning at INSTEP’s first-of-its-kind Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP) (read more about UDTP here)

Earn your MSc’s scroll with additional 5 certificates of training from Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) and INSTEP today!

Contact the focal or click the links below/scan the QR code on the poster for more details:

  • Focal:
  1. Assoc. Prof. Ts Dr Suriati Ghazali: 019-570 0317 or suriati@ump.edu.my
  2. Dr Khairatun Najwa Mohd Amin: 012-722 3374 or knajwa@ump.edu.my

This MSc Process Plant Operation programme aims to produce graduates who are not only competent in managing and operating process plant by applying latest advanced technology, but at the same time showing organisational leadership, professionalism and responsibility towards society and environment.

Designed and delivered by senior academicians and industrial experts, the programme offers a flexible and multi-mode delivery comprised of blended learning via virtual and face-to-face engagement, on-site activities, industrial case studies, problem-based learning and real plant experiential learning at INSTEP’s first-of-its-kind Upstream Downstream Training Plant (UDTP) (read more about UDTP here)

Earn your MSc’s scroll with additional 5 certificates of training from Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) and INSTEP today!

Contact the focal or click the links below/scan the QR code on the poster for more details:

  • Focal:
  1. Assoc. Prof. Ts Dr Suriati Ghazali: 019-570 0317 or suriati@ump.edu.my
  2. Dr Khairatun Najwa Mohd Amin: 012-722 3374 or knajwa@ump.edu.my