Jack Glavine (President/CEO)

Jack Glavine is an accomplished Project Manager with over 40 years of experience managing projects and supervising tradespeople. Prior to the establishment of CICT, Jack worked for Syncrude Canada Ltd. for approximately 18 years in Plant Management. Along with being an experienced manager, Jack is also an experienced facilitator/trainer who has developed and delivered courses in a broad range of topics for industry. Jack has developed and implemented loss management manuals and systems for several companies.

Jane Glavine (GM Fort McMurray)

Jane Glavine was a former Water and Sewer Treatment plant operator with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo for 12 years. She also worked on the Syncrude site with the extraction department. As a former employee of Syncrude she is familiar with site protocols and procedures. In addition, to her formal training, she was an accomplished Instructor with St. John’s ambulance, delivering all of their First Aid training programs and safety talks to schools and various organizations. Her experience encompasses 10 years of delivering safety training to oil & gas industry to a multi-trade workforce. Jane also brings 12 years, of entrepreneurship to the Management team of CICT.

Carolyn Glavine (GM Calgary and Edmonton)

Carolyn Glavine is an Environmental Health & Safety Professional, Master Trainer and holds a University Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety. She is a business entrepreneur with excellent communication, leadership, motivational and organizational skills. She has 30+ years of field experience in health, mining and oil sands industries. Her experience ranges from plant construction to plant maintenance operations & turnarounds, overseeing a multi-trade workforce. Prior to relocating to Calgary, Carolyn was the manager of CICT in Fort McMurray. Carolyn also formally worked as a nurse and has utilized her experience from that field. She has successfully developed and implemented several EH&S programs including Modified Work Programs, Stretching Programs, Supervisory and Behaviour Based Safety.

Wade Glavine (Owner/ BD Manager)

Wade Glavine is an accomplished tradesperson and construction manager with 32 years of experience in the oil and gas industry with last 15 years working in construction management organizations on mega projects in Alberta. During his career Wade has trained and mentored many apprentices and supervised multiple tradespeople. Wade has been nominated for 2 Presidents Operational Excellence Awards in the field of Safety. He has worked in various disciplines for Contractors and Client companies such as Jacobs, Fluor, Syncrude, Exxon, Suncor, BA energy, and TransCanada Pipelines/Irving Oil. As a Senior Construction Manager, Wade has developed and presented project presentations of a wide range of topics to senior management within the companies he has work for and externally to the public in open houses on the TransCanada Energy East Pipeline project where he attended 30 events as the Construction representative for the project. Wade was the author of the construction portion in the application to National Energy Board for the Energy East Project.

Dave McDonald (Operations Manager)

Dave McDonald served in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) for a full career of 30 years having attained the rank of Chief Warrant Officer, Dave spent a great portion of his career working in the training, policy, human resource and project management realms. Just like today, training has always been a passion in his life. After retirement he worked at the Kearl Lake site as a training coordinator before assuming his current role at CICT. Dave completed Basic Instructional Technique, Advanced Instructional Technique, Instructor Supervisor, Analysis Design & Evaluation and Senior Training Manager Course programs from the Canadian Forces Training Development Center. He also achieved a certificate in Adult Education and a Master’s Degree in Leadership. Dave holds a Certified Training Development Professional Designation from the Canadian Society for Training Development and is a member of the advisory board for leadership for Mount Royal University.