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Capacity Building
 
Support to Education & Training:

LPRC's support for educational development seeks to provide sustainable and qualitative education that ultimately reaches all the people. This involves active consultation at all stages of development planning, implementation and evaluation with all stakeholders.

A portion of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project was transferred to the dissolved LPRC Scholarship Foundation. The Foundation operated the Scholarship funded by LPRC. Over 1,000 Liberia students from 8 of Liberia's 15 counties benefited annually from financial assistance, intended to absorb many economic shocks parents are confronted with. 

Moreover, LPRC through its Training & Manpower Development Department runs a Local Technical Scholarship Program for students in selected Universities and Technical Vocational Education Training (TVET) institutions in Liberia. The objective is to promote technical educational advancement and promote excellence.

Through our Internship Training Program, young university & technical school students from across the country gain useful experience and exposure to new technologies in preparation for the job market. Over 60 students undergo a rigorous 3- 6 months in a two phase  job training program.

In addition to our Internship Program, our Cadet Training Program seeks to leverage on the limited capacity in Liberian universities to conduct in-depth exposure to job related real life situations, it has now become a platform for effective training and development for future recruits at LPRC.


Capacity Building

With the continuous explorations  and the potential for the discoveries of commercial quantities of oil and gas in Liberia, coupled with news of the construction of the ECOWAS Refinery in Liberia, the demand for locally trained professionals to serve the emerging Oil & Gas Sector is expected to  rise. 

Projection shows that the  skills and training needs for Liberia's emerging downstream oil and gas sector should the refinery be completed, points to  between 3,000 and 4,000 new jobs to be created. It is with this knowledge that LPRC has taken up the responsibility of spearheading the process of developing local capacity ahead of the expected increase in demand of trained human resources.

Consequently, The Company launched the Local Technical Scholarship Program for Liberian studying mechanics, welding, Fabrication & Metal Works, Plumping & Pipefitting and different fields of engineering.

In its efforts to develop and maintain a strong human capital, LPRC has forged partnership with several universities and training institutions around the world through its Leadership Development Program. 

The Leadership development program  is a form of succession planning through which our very   high performance employees are vetted and  exposed to standardized petroleum management and oil depot training in  reputable universities in and out of Africa.

 
 To manage the impact of our operations and projects on the environment and society, LPRC adopted a  comprehensive set of standards and requirements covering health, safety, security, environment  and social performance in line with acceptable practices in the industry. 
 
All companies, and other contractors operating in LPRC facilities are required to abide by our sustainable development strategy and  must manage their activities in line with the  policy, and apply our mandatory standard and requirements.
 
The LPRC  considers environmental and social factors in its investment decisions when approving major projects. Before starting any substantial work on major projects or existing facilities, the company ensured that  environmental, health and social impact assessments  be performed and  subsequent reviews carried  in compliance with our regulation and status. 
 
 
 

 

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