December 2011 - eNewsletters

The latest December 2011 editions of The Oxford Princeton Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

A year ago I bemoaned that the year had flown by and today, I am doing so yet again. Time sure speeds up as we get older (and wiser), though I wonder whether today's youth experience a similar acceleration given that our world is faster in so many ways.
In any case, we here at The Oxford Princeton Programme are most grateful for your support in 2011. You allowed us to deliver a record number of on-sites and public courses and we have plans to continue offering the world's widest array of instructor-led and webbased commercial training when it comes to the business of energy.

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November 2011 - eNewsletters

The latest November 2011 editions of The Oxford Princeton Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

Though we do hope you will take advantage of energy course offerings still to run in 2011, we are eager to share our newly released 2012 global public course schedule.
It offers all of our bestselling titles as well as new ones that are sure to keep you on the forefront of your industry. We've done our best to schedule sessions at the right time in the right place enabling you to network with the best and brightest energy colleagues around not to mention renowned experts that have the instruction and commercial experience to back them up.

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October 2011 - eNewsletters

The latest October 2011 editions of The Oxford Princeton Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

With today's "dire" economic headlines and markets swinging wildly from one extreme to the other, one might opt to stay put in one spot until things settle down. But then you might have to wait a very long time.
The noise we are bombarded with could just be that – noise. White noise at best. It can have a paralyzing effect on progress as it conveniently provides an excuse not to proceed on plans previously set. Businesses have been known to sway rudderless in choppy waters when they would be better off to stay the course and eventually get through to the other side. We do hope you are opting for the latter as we plan to do so ourselves.

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September 2011 - eNewsletters

The latest September 2011 editions of The Oxford Princeton Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

With the arrival of September we here at The Oxford Princeton Programme make it a point to add courses to the public schedule before the year is out to accommodate client requests and requirements. In many cases they enable companies to put existing training budgets to good use and ensure skills are sharpened before the new year starts.
Here's your chance to see what energy sector colleagues are asking for -- do take a look at these recent additions as well as the other courses we feature in this newsletter and do take advantage especially while 2011 pricing remains in place.

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August 2011 - eNewsletters

The latest August 2011 editions of The Oxford Princeton Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

It's that time of year when the barrage of Back to School advertising hits hard. It almost makes one wish he or she was heading back to campus even though one is now a fulltime professional working hard to earn a living.
Okay, maybe not.
Perhaps the next best thing might be to invest in a one, two, or three day training course that sharpens your skills, sets you on the right career path, and still enables you to partake in a back to school promotion which is what we happen to be offering through this newsletter.
Just use the promo code "Back to School" when you register for any of our public courses to be held in August, September or October and we'll send you a free web-based training course (a $195 value).

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