About NLNG SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Opportunity For Nigerian Students
- About NLNG SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Opportunity For Nigerian Students
- Eligible Courses/Departments:
- Offline Application Procedure for the NLNG SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Opportunity
- About the NLNG SIWES 2018 Industrial Training (IT) Aptitude Test
- About NLNG
- Three Ways to Easily Secure An IT Space
Applications are annually invited for the NLNG SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Opportunity For Nigerian Students. Students of tertiary institutions in Nigeria who have completed their National Diploma programs for Polytechnics and colleges of education or half way through their degree courses for Universities are encouraged to consider submitting Applications to various companies for an opportunity to witness first hand and practice their various disciplines, this is what the Student Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) program is designed for.
Nigeria Liquified Natural Gas Limited – The company responsible for producing about 10% gas consumed worldwide with operational base in Bonny island and offices in Port Harcourt, Abuja and London accepts applications from students interested in 6 to 12 months internship positions in various departments.
Whether you studied an Engineering course (Electrical, Mechanical or Petroleum Engineering, Computer Engineering / Science etc) or Social Sciences (Business Administration, Accounting, etc) or other courses, you’re welcome to apply.
Offline Application Procedure for the NLNG SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Opportunity
GUIDELINES FOR NLNG SIWES/IT APPLICATION
1. Letter of introduction (On institution’s letter head paper) from student’s institution (NUC/NBTE approved) clearly indicating the following:
- Student’s name
- Course of study
- Level of study
- Duration of SIWES program
- Start and End date Name,
- signature and stamp of institution’s SIWES/IT Coordinator
2. Hand Written Application addressed to the Manager HR Services.
This should indicate student’s email address and phone number boldly on the top right hand side.
3. Valid Student Identity Card
4. 2 recent passport photographs
5. Students last semester’s registration payment receipt
6. Student Log book(s) issued by the requesting institution
Note: At the point of applying for a SIWES/IT placement, photocopies of the above documents must be submitted.
The originals of these documents must be sighted before any student is accepted and offered placement. Any application without any of the above documents will not be considered.
All applications must be submitted NOT LATER than 2 months before student’s SIWES/IT Commencement date indicated in their letter of request.
Applications can only be submitted on the last week of each Month.
Application submission time is 9am – 2 pm daily.
The Venue is:
Employee services Section (HRP/1) I.A. Admin Building Bonny and NLNG ISB Reception Port Harcourt.
Enquiries can also be made on such days.
SIWES/IT intake will be done Quarterly (commencing 2nd quarter of each year) this means NLNG will ONLY accept Students in April, July and October yearly.
About the NLNG SIWES 2018 Industrial Training (IT) Aptitude Test
Some details you need to know/have as regards the Industrial Training Aptitude test can be found below:
Presidential Hotel (Atlantic Hall), Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Date for the Industrial Training Aptitude test
12th of January, 2018
Time for the Aptitude Test
Important Documents Needed at the Venue of the Exam:
- Valid student ID card
- Authorized SIWES letter from school
- Students last semester registration payment receipt
- Printed copy of the email sent to you.
Nigeria LNG Limited was incorporated as a limited liability company on May 17, 1989 to harness Nigeria’s vast natural gas resources and produce Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) for export.
The company is owned by four shareholders, namely, the Federal Government of Nigeria, represented by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (49%); Shell (25.6%); Total LNG Nigeria Ltd (15%) and Eni (10.4%). It has wholly–owned subsidiaries: Bonny Gas Transport (BGT) Limited and NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML).
It has wholly–owned subsidiaries: Bonny Gas Transport (BGT) Limited and NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML).
With six trains currently operational, NLNG’s plant, on Bonny Island in Rivers State, is capable of producing 22 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) of LNG, and 5 MTPA of NGLs (LPG and Condensate) from 3.5 Billion (standard) cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas intake. NLNG’s near term expansion plans include construction of a seventh train to complement the existing six train structure, which when in operation will up the company’s total production capacity to 30 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of LNG.
As the arrowhead of Nigeria’s efforts to eliminate gas flaring, NLNG’s operations have helped reduced Nigeria’s Flaring Profile from 65% to below 25%. The company also supplies about 80% of the annual domestic LPG (Cooking Gas) consumption.
In all its business and social activities, NLNG’s driving force remains its vision to help in building a better Nigeria.
Three Ways to Easily Secure An IT Space
What are three ways to easily secure an IT space as a student? Majority of students find it very difficult during their industrial training, this is because of non-availability and also because at times students do not have the necessary experience to go about the search. Below are three ways you can increase your chances of success:
1. Start early
Some students love to wait till the time to begin is there, before starting their search. This is wrong.Those that easily get are those who have started submitting their letters to various firms, well in advance.Therefore start early to inform those around you and submit your letters requesting for industrial training well in advance.
When you are searching for IT space, it is vital that you go to firms or companies closely related to your course of study. Most students focus all their efforts on oil and gas companies, ignoring other companies that they could learn very much from. This is wrong. Focus your attention on companies that are interested in your area of study and you will secure a place more easily.
3. Focus on Knowledge
Most times, students get places but reject them either because the pay is low or non existent. While it is true that money is very important, that should not be the sole aim of your Industrial training experience. So if the company has shown that you will learn a lot, it is better for you to sacrifice monetary gain for knowledge which will help in the future.