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April 16, 2013

Petrofac Training Services Bolsters Team

Petrofac Training Services (PTS), a provider of competency-led training to the energy industry, has added five new members to its team to strengthen its position within the market.

The company has invested in recruiting some of the industry’s most promising talent and has attracted Fiona Wallis to the position of Senior Business Development Manager, Jim McKay, Allan McEwan and Jennifer Hall as Business Development Managers and Karen Scott as Europe Marketing Manager.

Fiona Wallis has experience in senior positions in training, occupational health and safety and joins from Falck Nutec. Fiona has a Post Graduate Certificate in Coaching and Learning from the University of Aberdeen.

Jim McKay has amassed more than twenty years’ oil and gas sales and business development experience. A graduate from Robert Gordon University, Allan McEwan joins from Space Solutions having gained more than ten years’ business development, sales and marketing experience both in the U.K. and Australia.

Jennifer Hall is a graduate from Heriot-Watt University. Since graduating, she has gained seven years’ industry experience, latterly working at Monitor, where she specialised in Project Management Training. Jennifer sits on the Association for Project Management Committee in Aberdeen as Corporate Liaison.

A graduate of the University of Abertay, Karen Scott has over fifteen years’ experience having held senior marketing positions with a number of north-east companies  and will assume responsibility for the company’s marketing strategy. She is also an External Examiner at the Robert Gordon University and sits on the Energy Industry Council Committee.

Petrofac Training Services was recently named OPITO’s International Training Provider of the Year at an awards ceremony in Abu Dhabi. The company was commended for driving elevated standards of training in the United States after setting up its first base in the Americas in 2004, when it became the first training provider in the country to offer OPITO approved courses.

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