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CTN Woodlands: Training Approaches: Old School Style in the 21st Century

  • October 15, 2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Spring Creek Barbecue, 19099 W Interstate 45 Service Rd, Shenandoah, TX 77385


  • Open to everyone at no cost

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This presentation will take a look at training approaches that made America great and can once again with applied improvements of today to maximize learning efficiency. A look at knowledge and skill development in a technical workforce will give way to possibilities of improvements in your company’s training methodology. The presentation closes with a look at one approach to speeding up the need to replace a multi-skilled workforce in less than traditional accession rates.

Learner Objectives:

Talent Management - Preparing your Technical Workforce

  • Knowledge development
  • Skill development
  • Measurement of learning and skill attainment
  • Tracking and succession planning

Short cutting the System

  • A case study is presented with an applied solution in use today
Target Audience:  Intermediate

ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Training Delivery, Evaluating Learning Impact, Managing Learning Programs

Speaker:  J.P. Mook is the Global Training Manager at Rowan Companies, Inc. As a talent development and management expert, he strives to answer “Who is going to fill their shoes?”

He received his BS in Business Administration while serving in the U.S. Air Force. He was an accomplished Master instructor while in the Air Force, a Scottish Qualifications Authority certified Assessor and received separate AS degrees in Maintenance Production and Instructional Technology.

He has a deep background in technical training and curriculum development. His well-rounded approach to both training and competence has helped U.S. defense agencies, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Oilwell Varco and McDermott International.

For the last seven years, he has looked for creative ways to bring new talent to the oil & gas industry. He is heavily involved with the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC). IADC’s efforts and his vision have led to a very productive partnership with educational institutions around America working to prepare the industry’s workforce for the “great crew change”.


Association for Talent Development, Houston Chapter
PO Box 32, Bellaire, TX 77402
Email: feedback@tdhouston.org

P 713-839-1757

F 713-839-1453

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