Shale Gas Training
NEW! OSHA 5810
Select one of two sessions:
The drilling of a single well requires 400 people working in nearly 150 occupations. 47% of a well's workforce consists of jobs that do not require a 4-year degree: general labor (20%), heavy equipment operators (17%), and commercial driver's license on- and off-road truckers (10%). Source: www.shaleNET.org
Training programs directly related to skills required for jobs in the natural gas drilling industry will be offered at Eastern Gateway.
|Drilling Operations||Health & Safety|
|Floor Hand||PEC Basic Orientation|
|Production Technician||PEC Core Compliance|
|Environmental Science||Water Transport/Management|
|Environmental Monitoring Technician||CDL|
|Engineering & Surveying|
|Mapping & GIS|
Some training programs will be offered tuition-free to those who qualify through Eastern Gateway’s participation in ShaleNET.
ShaleNET is a United States Department of Labor Job Training Grant that has developed a recruitment, training, placement, and retention program to provide the gas industry with a ready and well-trained local workforce for occupations that are in high demand. It was created in collaboration with multiple colleges and state employment agencies in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.