Instructor - Led IADC Well Control Training
These courses meet industry guidelines; certification is awarded upon
successful completion at the Introductory, Fundamental or Supervisory levels.
IADC WellCAP® & API Well Servicing
About the course: The IADC WellCAP® Well Servicing course refers to the three basic remedial operations of snubbing, wireline, and coiled tubing practices. This course is offered in conjunction with the WellCap Workover/Well Completion course offering.
Course content: Live Well Intervention Well Control, Complications, BOP Equipment, Killing a Producing Well, Pressure Control, Regulations, Surface/Subsurface Equipment, Kick Warning Signs, Remedial Fluids, Constant Bottomhole Pressure Methods, Stripping, Snubbing, and Coiled Tubing.
IADC WellCAP® Coiled Tubing
About the course: The IADC WellCAP® Coiled Tubing course focuses on the well control issues associated with coiled tubing intervention activities, using the latest information and technology in maintaining control of the well. State of the art coiled tubing simulators deliver hands-on simulation using real well scenarios, which enhance learning by effectively addressing well control situations. The course is offered in a Fundamental or Supervisory level.
Course content: Reasons for Performing Coiled Tubing Operations, Pressure Basics, CT Equipment, Influx Fundamentals, Gas Characteristics & Behavior, Procedures, Well Control Techniques (Methods), Coiled Tubing Service Complications & Solutions, Rig BOP Equipment & Wellbore Equipment, Drilling, Completion and Workover Fluids.
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IADC WellCAP Plus® Deepwater Operations
This course will encourage participation among multiple levels of decision makers (e.g., drilling superintendents, operations engineers, rig superintendents, and rig managers), and utilizes a facilitated learning approach to improve critical team decision-making and problem-solving skills.
IADC WellCAP® Snubbing
This course will provide well control principles and theories relating to snubbing operations, whereby pipe and/or tools are forced into a live pressurized well that has not be killed. It enhances a comprehensive well control culture amongst the personnel involved in this type of well intervention service. The course will be offered in a Fundamental or Supervisory level.