International cooperation programs with France

International cooperation programs with France

Expert from the energy company Total from France will teach “Leadership and International
career management” at Al-Farabi Kazakhstan National University
Almaty: Ban Ki-moon Institute for Sustainable Development at KazNU and Total E&P Kazakhstan have collaborated in organizing a series of lectures and practical seminars within the frame of education program “Development of global citizenship for Sustainable development”. Within the framework of this collaboration, Between February 4 and 8, 2019 Total’s Expert Herve Oberreiner will deliver a course “Developing Talents and Leadership» for undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students from different majors in Al-Farabi KazNU
Mr Herve Oberreiner’s lectures will cover topics related to leadership in management and career management focusing on broad experience in Oil & Gas sector. The course includes the following topics: “Introduction to talent management & leadership development”; “Career management: short-, mid-term and long-term perspectives”; “Career management: a shared responsibility” and “Recruitment: a coherent policy.” The lecturer plans to study practical cases and brainstorm with students and young professionals on it.
Mr Oberreiner is one of the well experienced experts on Human Resources in Oil & Gas. He is invited on regular basis to deliver his lectures in numerous universities worldwide (France, China, Middle East and Asia).
The main goal of Total lectures is to complete the theoretical knowledge of students by practical skills and explain the recruitment process and the management of careers and talents on the examples of one of the largest international energy companies. The greater emphasis is placed on the development of student-led startups, global citizenship and international cooperation in the field of education between Kazakhstan and France.

About Total
Total is a major energy player, which produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity. Our 100,000 employees are committed to better energy that is safer, more affordable, cleaner and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, our ambition is to become the responsible energy major. In Kazakhstan Total group is present by its Exploration and Production activity in Kashagan project (16.81%), in Dunga (60%), Marketing & Services activity and Renewables Energy with Total EREN. Besides its energy business, Total is committed to Education projects and development of Human capital with largest Kazakhstani Universities. In particular, Total is organizing the annual Total Energy Summer School which offers courses on both theoretical knowledge and practical skills on energy related matters to Kazakhstani students
About Pan Ki-Moon Institute for Sustainable Development:
The Ban Ki-Moon Institute for Sustainable Development (BKMISD) has been established as an international academic institution at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU), Almaty, Kazakhstan, in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Its establishment draws on the rich long-standing traditions of Al-Farabi KazNU in working on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the framework of developing countries and the developing world, bringing together several of its flagship long-running programs. These include the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), University 4.0, MDP/Global Classroom Program on Sustainability, Green Campus, Green Bridge through Generations, University Social Responsibility Network (USRN), Ruhani Zhangyru (Cultural & Social development program of Kazakhstan), “Al-Farabi – Smart City” and some others. The BKMISD focuses on promoting partnership for implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-17) through educational, research and international collaboration activities.

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