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IADC WellSharp well control training supplemented with the use of a well control simulator. This program is for the Driller or the Supervisor level according to the standards of the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC). The course covers subsea as well as surface blowout preventer installations and equipment. The objectives of the course are:
Practical - simulator overview and demonstration of well control load casesDay 2
Practical - Full scenario (kick detection, shut-in, circulate out kick) simulationDay 3
Practical - Full scenario (kick detection, shut-in, circulate out kick) simulations with unexpected events includedDay 4
Course review and open discussionDay 5
Assessment – IADC Well sharp online Exam
Note: Successful exam scores (70% - 100%) will qualify candidate for IADC WellSharp certificate. Scores of 50% - 69% will allow candidate to retake the exam and scores less than 50% will be considered fail and the candidate will have to repeat the training and exams.
Driller level (Level 3) is intended for those persons working as Driller, Assistant Driller or other persons needing to learn about well control.
Supervisor level (Level 4) is intended for those persons either normally working at the rig or in the office who are responsible for the supervision of well control activities. Participants in the Supervisor level training must have previously completed the Driller level training.
Introductory well control knowledge, basic math and understanding of the processes on a drilling rig. Candidates in the Supervisor level training must have evidence they have completed the Driller level training.
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