Friday, 18 December 2009

Twas the Night Before Training - with apologies to Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians/Clement Clarke Moore

Andrew Infante, our Global Marketing Coordinator, got creative with the famous holiday poem to customize it for you here.

Hope you enjoy and from all of us at The Oxford Princeton Programme, have a wonderful holiday season.

Twas the day of training
Twas the day of training, when all through the building
Not a person was stirring, all too busy career building.
The booklets were put in the conference room with care,
In hopes that an energy expert soon would be there.

The employees were nestled all snug in their chairs,
While visions of success were not rare.
And my manager in her suit, and I in my tie,
Had just settled our brains for the training we could not pass by.

When in the front of the room there arose such a clatter,
I sat upright to see what was the matter.
Attention to the expert flew like a flash,
We tore open their booklets in a dash.
The trainer sprang to his feet, and offered training of all sorts,
Public, on-site and web-based of course.
A bundle of exercises and a trading game,
We all knew our careers would never be the same .
"Now Oil! Now, Gas! Now, Power and Trading!
On, Futures! On, Options! On, Risk Management and Hedging!
To the top of the company!
To the top of the industry!

When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,
But a course certificate to enhance my career.
But as he left, I heard him stress
"Happy training to all, and to all great success!"

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