The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Oil and Gas is delighted to announce that it has entered into partnership with a leading training provider, GeoLogica.
The agreement enables the PhD students to participate in GeoLogica’s extensive suite of online courses as part of the CDT’s Geological Society accredited training program.
Welcoming the agreement, the CDT’s Academic Director, Professor John Underhill, said: “The mission of the CDT is to help build the next generation of geoscientists. The link up with GeoLogica will not only give our students access to world-leading training but it will allow them to develop, hone and sharpen their skills and expertise for future careers in industry, as part of the energy transition.”
Dr Neil Harbury, one of GeoLogica’s founders and Principal Advisor said: “We are delighted to be associated with the CDT. In partnering with it, we are recognising the outstanding success of the program and the way in which the CDT is pioneering doctoral training in the UK.”