The first Field Ready programme was launched in Ghana in 2016. The programme is run under licence by the Takoradi Technical University (TTU) and delivered at the Jubilee Technical Training Centre (JTTC). The team of instructors are supported by Abayomi Olujide, Instructor Support Consultant.
The 12-month programme includes 6 months of training at TTU followed by a 6-month field placement with industry. The programme is verified under the National Service Scheme and counts as students’ ‘National Service Assignment’. Field Ready Ghana is supported by GNPC, the Petroleum Commission and other government stakeholders.
Cohort 1 (2016/17)
15 students formed the first ever Cohort of Field Ready students in Ghana in 2016. They were selected from over 1,000 final-year engineering students.
These 15 students all graduated as Field Ready and are now successfully employed at major national and international companies, including Eni, GNPC, BHGE, Schlumberger and Oceaneering.
They are ambassadors of the Field Ready brand and a central part of the Field Ready team.
Cohort 2 (2018/19)
Ghana Cohort 2 is formed of 12 students, 25% of which are female. Scholarships have been provided by Baker Hughes, Enermech, Subsea 7, Orsam, Voltic, SBM and Dominion Oil and Gas.
Cohort 2 completed their 6 months training at the TTU in February 2019. They then undertook a 6 month field placement at their respective sponsoring companies. In June 2019, they were all commissioned as Field Ready by a panel of Technical Commissioners from 8 different sponsoring companies. They will be available for employment from August 2019.
Cohort 3 (2019/20)
Ghana Cohort 3 is formed of 24 students, 48% of which are female. Cohort 3 will commence their 6 months training at the TTU in September 2019. They will then undertake their 6 months site experience from February 2020.
They will be available for employment from August 2020