Oak Leaf Energy Training was incorporated in April 2010, a spin-off of the Training Services Department of the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI). Oak Leaf’s President, Jon Rozhon, was the former head of CERI’s Training Services Department and, until 2016, also served as Senior Researcher at the Institute. Oak Leaf offers in-house training and bespoke courses throughout North America and the world. Over 200 organizations — major oil & gas companies, utilities, governments, and NGO’s — have sent their personnel to Oak Leaf courses during our many years in business. Continuity is one reason why they have done this: Oak Leaf offers updated versions of the core CERI courses that were attended by over 5000 people and retained CERI’s finest instructors. Oak Leaf has carried on in the spirit of CERI, which sadly ceased operations in 2022, by offering independent, relevant, practical training that is up to date with the latest energy industry technology, economics, and policy.
Our mission is to provide — at a reasonable price — relevant, independent energy industry training to industry, government, and interested members of the general public. We will continue to work with industry leaders to develop understandable learning materials, practical economic models, and dynamic courses useful to people in the context of their work. We will strive to present clearly, and without bias, all sides of the issues the energy industry faces today and into the future.
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Over 200 organizations – major oil & gas companies,
utilities, governments, and NGO’s – have sent their personnel to
Oak Leaf courses since 2010.