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Embracing the Shift: Teverra's Journey from Virtual to In-Person Training

At Teverra, we've always believed in the power of knowledge transfer. For the past four years, we've been diligently imparting training courses virtually, leveraging technology to reach professionals in the subsurface engineering and geoscience sectors worldwide. However, recently, we had the opportunity to step back into the realm of in-person training, and it was an experience that reignited our passion for face-to-face learning.

In the heart of Denver, amidst a gathering of eager minds, we conducted a short course on "Geomechanical Aspects of Hydraulic Fracturing." The atmosphere was electric with curiosity, and the close interaction with attendees brought a whole new dimension to the learning process. From engaging discussions to hands-on activities, every moment was a testament to the efficiency and effectiveness of in-person learning.

As an organization that has evolved its focus from training to technology and consulting services, this experience served as a refreshing reminder of our roots. While our endeavors have expanded into the realms of technology and consulting, we remain steadfast in our commitment to knowledge transfer.

Whether it's in the boardroom or the classroom, Teverra continues to bridge the gap between theory and practice. We understand that learning is not confined to virtual spaces alone; there's an undeniable magic in the exchange of ideas that happens face-to-face. That's why, despite our shifting focus, we are dedicated to offering public or in-house courses, catering to the diverse needs of industries such as oil and gas, geothermal, CCS, hydrogen storage, and beyond.

If you or your team are seeking training in subsurface engineering and geoscience disciplines, look no further. Reach out to us at info@teverra.com, and let's embark on a journey of discovery together. At Teverra, the pursuit of knowledge knows no bounds.



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