Wild Well Training Courses
Wild Well's in-person IADC Well Control Training courses are the premier solution for developing and enhancing the skills of personnel in the oil and gas industry. Our industry-leading training is delivered using proven learning methodologies, ensuring maximum knowledge retention and a comprehensive learning experience unmatched in the industry.
Our position-specific training approach is designed to provide team-based, hands-on simulation exercises that allow operators and students to learn in a real-world environment. Covering all aspects of well control, our courses provide a practical and engaging learning experience that is essential in developing the skills and knowledge needed to respond quickly and effectively to well control incidents.
It is important for individuals working in the oil and gas industry to receive regular Well Control Training to ensure they are prepared to handle any potential well control incidents that may occur. Regular training also helps to reinforce best practices and safety protocols, reducing the risk of accidents and ensuring the safety of all personnel on the rig.
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The IADC WellSharp® Supervisor level course provides students with the tools for developing practical problem-solving tactics and strategies when confronted with a well control incident; focuses on kick detection, shut-in procedures, calculations, standard well control methods, and completing killsheets.
The IADC WellSharp® Driller level course offers basic, fundamental well control knowledge for crew members involved in day-to-day drilling operations including kick detection, well shut-in procedures, calculations, standard well control methods, and barrier equipment.
This course is designed for those responsible for oversight, such as well site leaders, company men, etc. This course covers the coil tubing, snubbing, wireline, and workover operational processes of well control.
The IADC WellSharp® level course provides students with the tools for developing practical problem-solving tactics and strategies when confronted with a well control incident for surface and subsea; focuses on kick detection, shut-in procedures, calculations, standard well control methods, and completing killsheets.
The Drilling/Workover course builds on the fundamental aspects of well control for drilling and workover operations with a focus on well kill operations for surface stacks only.
Supervisor Pro is an Advanced WellSharp Drilling course that features extensive, rigorous training with more challenging simulations that use atypical well control methods and expanded instruction covering accumulators. A minimum of 4 years of oil and gas experience is recommended along with a prior IADC WellSharp Supervisor level certificate.
In-house classes allow clients to improve crew competency by incorporating specific well and rig site characteristics into the curriculum. Wild Well can develop customized simulations on a problem or future wells with client-provided wellbore parameters. In-house courses meet all IADC requirements and can be held at your locations or a Wild Well training center.