Eighteen senior managers at mechanical engineering group EnerMech have graduated from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
The group have completed a unique Project Management graduate certificate devised by the university to meet the needs of the business which operates across the global oil and gas sector.
EnerMech, which employs 2300 people, invested £100,000 to develop the course as a means of supporting the personal and professional development of key staff.
The course focussed on Operations, Change, and Commercial and Strategic and was delivered through online tuition and attending three one-week blocks at the Aberdeen university.
EnerMech HR director, Shirley Smith, said: “We are delighted for all 18 EnerMech graduates who have put in a great deal of commitment and study hours to meet the exacting standards set by RGU on this innovative course.
“We made a significant investment to set up this course because it will greatly improve the skills and knowledge of mid-level to senior managers responsible for executing multi-million pound projects. It benefits the individual staff members personally and professionally, and also underlines our commitment as an efficient company which is genuinely supportive of staff development.”
The graduates are: Sohil Almukahal, Rovshan Bakhshiyev, Lee Cargill, Graeme Cook, Monique Fritz, Marc Gerrard, Dan Halse, Jason Harvey, Dave Heightley, Phil Jack, Daniel Johnston, Steve Jones, Szymon Kubicki, Sarah Macklin, Ahmed Yosry Mohamed, James Moore, Dariusz Roseger and Vince Yeo.