In-house Instructor/In-house Training Provider

An In-house Instructor is employed by an In-house Training Provider. An In-house Training Provider is a PEC authorized organization that provides PEC training courses and whose primary mission is something other than teaching or delivering safety training. In-house Instructors may present PEC training materials only to their own employees or their subsidiaries. This does not include subcontractors. Having an In-house Instructor on staff greatly increases your company’s training flexibility; you can train on your own schedule, train in your own facility, and supervise your employees’ learning. In-house Training Providers may use Third Party Training Providers to supplement their training when necessary.

To become an authorized PEC Instructor, you must meet all of the necessary requirements and successfully complete one of our Train the Trainer classes.

Trainer Qualifications and Pre-requisites:

Basic Orientation Applicants

  • Experience in classroom instruction
  • Employed as a safety professional or trainer
  • Minimum of 6 months relevant experience in oil & gas industry
  • Minimum of 1 year HSE experience as a trainer or member of safety staff
  • At least 50% of your job with current employer dedicated to providing services related to the health and safety program(s) for your company

Core Compliance Applicants

  • Experience in classroom instruction
  • Employed as a safety professional or trainer
  • Minimum of 1 year relevant experience in oil & gas industry
  • Minimum of 2 years HSE experience as a trainer or member of safety staff
  • At least 50% of your job with current employer dedicated to providing services related to the health and safety program(s) for your company
  • Other HSE Related Trainer Certifications

To apply to become a PEC Instructor you will need to provide the following:

  • Instructor Application
  • Copy of Driver’s License
  • Copies of any HSE related instructor authorizations, professional certifications or training certificates to aid in establishing qualifications
  • Current resume documenting the following:
    • Current and past employers with months/years of employment
    • Job titles and detailed job descriptions
    • List any HSE classes you have taught in the last three years. These classes should be taught in a classroom setting and should not include tailgate talks or safety meetings.
    • List HSE related instructor authorizations or professional certifications

Before applying for the Train the Trainer please be sure you have adequate experience as a safety trainer in the Oil & Gas Industry. Only applicants that meet the requirements will be approved to attend Train the Trainer courses. To expedite review of your application, please verify that all information recorded on your application is supported in your resume, including training topics checked off on the application.