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Long Courses

Any course longer than three(3) months please download, complete and return to the office the Long Course Application Form. You may save save blank copies to email or print later.


Short Courses and Seminars

For all other courses, use the online Short Course Application Form or save the short course .pdf


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Production Simulator Training Facilities

The Kenson School of Production Technology also offers practical training facilities in the form of an Offshore Production Operations Simulator. Located in secured premises away from the classrooms, it simulates crude oil production using oil and water stored in individual containers. The oil and water are mixed as they are pumped to a third tank that represents the oil reservoir. The process of separation is experienced by students through this uniquely designed facility.

The Simulator is also equipped with piping and fire water sprinklers to simulate a deluge of the Production facility using water in the event of a fire. Should a gas leak occur the Simulator is equipped with natural gas sensors which when activated would send a signal to cause the facility to go into an Emergency Shut Down

The KSPT is the only institution in Trinidad and Tobago with this facility

What our Students say...

test "the lecturers and other members of staff were really kind and took time to listen to us and answer any questions we had."
- A. Jipersad

test "I will recommend to anyone who wishes to pursue a career in the oil and gas industry to choose Kenson School of Production Technology as their stepping stone."
- J. Bissoon

test “The lectures given by the experienced lecturers were well prepared and never rushed; I felt as if I was actually on a platform and not in a classroom at times…”
- D. Pariag

Assessment and Examination Support Systems

At KSPT significant resources have been employed to support the range of assessments and examinations required to build student competence and knowledge. These resources include human, information technology and physical hardware. Adherence to continuous improvement supports the infrastructure for assessments and examinations.

Learning Assistant for example has been recently added as an innovative and cost effective e-portfolio solution that allows the institution to dramatically improve the delivery of their vocational qualifications by reducing paper submissions. All student assignments are now submitted electronically and assessors access the e-portfolio to review submissions and award marks, grades and comments.