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ONE BASIN - One Way!

ONE BASIN - One Way! is a new standardized contractor orientation developed by producers and contractors based in the Bakken.

This training is designed to raise safety awareness on over 40 critical topics while providing a North Dakota based viewpoint on the hazards found in the Williston Basin.

Classes are now available and contractor companies can register for trainings across the state. 
In Williston, classes run weekly (except holidays), Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 8am-12pm. Tuesdays we hold our online One Basin One Way class from 7:50am-12:00pm and an in person class from 1pm-5pm. Saturday classes are available upon request. Classes are also available in Bismarck, Dickinson, Minot, Tioga, and Watford City. Private classes are available upon request. To request a private class, please contact TrainND Northwest at 701.572.2835.


  • $185 per student
  • $160 per student (North Dakota Petroleum Council members) | To inquire about North Dakota Petroleum Council membership, please contact Kay Roth at 701.204.7347 or
You will be using ProCertX software to create profiles for your employees and get them registered for orientation.

Getting Started

  1. Request a ProCertX Account for your company here. You will receive an email from with a link to create your new password. (Please add to your whitelist to ensure you receive all associated emails.)
  2. Create Student Profiles. Your company’s ProCertX administrator will need to create profiles for each employee needing ONE BASIN – One Way! orientation. Consult the “Help” menu in ProCertX.
  3. Begin registering students! Visit ProCertX to register for a class, start at the “Enrollment" page and select TrainND as your training provider.

If you need assistance or have any questions about this process, please contact the North Dakota Petroleum Council at 701.204.7347 or

For a complete list of participating Host companies (producers or pipeline companies), please visit Watch your mailbox for letters from Host companies that have signed on to the program explaining contractor requirements.