IWCF Well Intervention Pressure Control Level 3 and 4
Duration: 5 days
About this course
The aim of the IWCF WIPC level 3 and 4 course is to enhance the candidate’s knowledge and understanding of well intervention pressure control and focuses on the duties and responsibilities of those working at supervisor level. The course is delivered through interactive lecturing supported by animations, group discussions, desktop exercises. A simulator exercise is typically included to apply theoretical knowledge gained in the classroom.
The two compulsory modules are 1) completions equipment and 2) completions operations. In addition, candidates must select at least one of the following three optional modules: 1) coiled tubing operations, 2) wireline operations or 3) snubbing operations.
Level 3 and 4 training is a combined class.
Course fee for the IWCF Well Intervention Pressure Control level 3 or level 4 course is
EUR 1425 (excl. VAT)
Aimed at well servicing equipment supervisors in well completion, wireline, coiled tubing or snubbing operations. Includes (but not limited to):
- Completion / work-over / intervention supervisor or superintendent
- Well-site completions / work-over supervisor
- Supervisors or crew chiefs for special service operations such as wireline, slick-line and coiled tubing operations, that provide specific well control equipment for these activities
- Office based operational staff (e.g. Senior Completions / Well Interventions Engineer, Operational Completions / Well Intervention Engineer)
- Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) for offshore units with a primary function for drilling or well intervention
- Well-site personnel supervising Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) operations or Under-Balance Drilling (UBD) services
- Hydraulic work-over (snubbing) supervisor
Candidates must pass each of the test papers with a minimum score of 70%. Level 4 certificates are valid for 2 years.
Well Academy is using the platform ‘Zoom’ for virtual classroom delivery. Prior to the course, candidates will receive a soft copy of the course manual and joining instructions. A maximum of 7 hours per day will be spent on actual virtual lecturing. Candidates are expected to read the manual and work on questions after class and in the evening.
After completing the virtual training, candidates can take virtual assessments on the final day (Friday). Virtual practical assessments (DWC only) can be taken on the same week as the virtual training. To be eligible to complete virtual assessments, candidates must have successfully completed well control training previously and attend a virtual training course before taking the virtual assessments.
If candidates haven’t completed well control training previously, they will have up to 90 days to take the assessments at an accredited IWCF centre. Our Well Academy centres are open for assessments and you just need to contact us to arrange a suitable date and time.
Note: should attendance at an IWCF accredited centre still be difficult for new candidates we can assist employers with seeking dispensation, enabling these candidates to proceed with virtual assessments.
27 Sep - 1 Oct 2021
Online – virtual classroom
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