July 2016 - eNewsletters

The latest July 2016 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

“Following the recent 169th OPEC meeting in June, many wonder about the future of the cartel and exactly how much influence they will really have moving forward – not just for their member nations, but also for non-OPEC member nations,” states Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme.  “The demand for this unbiased short course has never been higher as we look to better understand how this cartel might exist in a 21st century economy.”

That quote from our recent press release announcing the debut of the latest Rapid Response course, The Significance of OPEC in Today’s Oil Market, summarizes our motivation to offer this exciting title!

July 2016  - North American Edition

July 2016  - International Edition

July 2016  - Asia Pacific Edition

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National Registry of CPE Sponsors Renewal

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Developed in 1990, the National Registry of CPE Sponsors is a program offered by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) to recognize CPE program sponsors who provide continuing professional education (CPE) programs in accordance with nationally recognized standards. Many State Boards of Accountancy require CPAs to earn required CPE credits through companies approved on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. The names of approved CPE program sponsors are published here on Learning Market. State Boards of Accountancy and their licensees can refer to this listing to identify and select approved learning providers.

The Oxford Princeton Programme is deemed to be a qualified continuing education provider and maintains the quality standards required to be a member.

All courses offered by The Oxford Princeton Programme (sponsor ID 108314) are approved by CPE at one credit per training hour. To learn more about CPE please visit https://nasba.org/.

 

June 2016 - eNewsletters

The latest June 2016 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

"It is fair to say that it comes with some excitement to see our Outlook calendars turn to June.  The colder climate regions welcome the longer and warmer days.  There is a tangible levity in the office as your colleagues’ schedules begin to fill up with personal time off – hopefully yours does, too!  At The Oxford Princeton Programme we certainly understand there are many distractions this time of year and that’s why our public schedule is purposely limited June through August.  However, that doesn’t mean we aren’t training!

Here are few ways our clients make the most of the next few months to get a leg up on the competition..."

June 2016  - North American Edition

June 2016  - International Edition

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May 2016 - eNewsletters

The latest May 2016 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

"Growing up I often complained to my parents about what we were learning in university.  I questioned when I would ever actually need to use courses like calculus. Given my career path, it has been never thus far and I can, for once, chalk that one up as a win for me in the many debates with my parents! A decade has passed and I finally understand that the point of all those required niche courses was to..."

May 2016  - North American Edition

May 2016  - International Edition

May 2016  - Asia Pacific Edition

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New Online Training Course - Natural Gas in a Decarbonizing World

Natural Gas in a Decarbonizing World is an online training course about roles for natural gas and the pipeline and storage infrastructure in a world where national energy policies increasingly require emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to be minimized or eliminated. We explore the potential role of natural gas as a transitional fuel, reducing carbon emissions by substituting for other dirtier fossil fuels. We also look beyond fossil fuels, to identify roles for the transportation and storage infrastructure, handling natural gas substitutes produced from renewable sources or by using renewable energy.

  • Point out the advantages and disadvantages of natural gas compared to other energy sources in a low-carbon energy policy environment
  • Identify how existing natural gas storage and transmission infrastructure could be repurposed to handle non-fossil-fuel energy
  • Select the key reasons why natural gas is preferable to other fossil fuels in a decarbonizing world
  • Recognize the potential of natural gas to complement renewable power generation
  • Distinguish between possible applications of natural gas in road transportation
  • Identify the drivers behind the adoption of natural gas as a shipping fuel
  • Distinguish between biogas and biomethane, and identify how they are produced
  • Identify how wind and solar energy could be used to create combustible gases, and why this would be of benefit

Click here to learn more and begin the course now!

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