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Interactive - Computer Based

System 21 Well Control (English & Spanish) (IADC & API)


Production Safety Systems Training (T2) (API Approved)
Safety & Orientation Program (IADC RigPass & API Approved)
(Drilling/Workover/Production Industry)

Stuck Pipe Prevention


Offshore Crane Operations
Safe Work Practices
Living The 24 Hour Lifestyle
IWCF Preparation & Testing
Kill Sheet Program
Multiple Topic Video Series
Conventional - Instructor Led
Well Control (Drilling, Well Completion, Workover, Well Servic-
ing/Intervention (IADC & API Approved)

Safety & Orientation (IADC RigPass & API Approved)


Underbalanced Drilling & UBD RigPass (IADC Approved)
Basic Drilling Technology
Deepwater Well Control
Rig Math
Stuck Pipe
First Aid & CPR
NCCER Pipeliner Training & Assessment
Specialty Courses
Training for the 21st Century . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Remedial Operations
OPERACIONES DE REPARACIN

EQUIPO
Equipment

GUAYA DE ACERO
Wireline Operations

Completion
COMPLETACIN

MTODOS DE CONTROL DE POZO


Well Control Methods
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. . . . . . . . . . . . more advanced . . . less complicated

REPARACION
Workover

SUBMARINA
Subsea

Procedures
PROCEDIMIENTOS

PRESIONES BSICAS
Pressure Basics

Kick Theory
TEORO DEL KICK

PERFORACIN
Drilling
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System 21 Well Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Benets of System 21 Well Control


System 21 Well Control contains over 2,000 topics and skills
offering the highest level of training, testing, simulation, and
overall employee competence to the oil and gas industry.
Interactive tasks and role-playing familiarize learners with
well control concepts, emphasizing correct procedures
and teamwork. Computer graphics dramatically depict
downhole conditions such as deepwater or horizontal
drilling. As students complete each module, skill levels
are recorded and progress reports are generated as the
users work toward obtaining certication in Drilling,
Well Completion and Well Workover, Well Servicing
(Snubbing, Coiled Tubing, Wireline) and Subsea.

The course content and reports generated by System 21


also help companies conform to the standards set forth by
ISO 9000 addressing training, record keeping and quality
audits.

17 Simulations: Available in
Standpipe Manifold English & Spanish
15 Modules: BOP Closing Unit

Drillers Remote BOP Panel


Pressure Basics Choke Manifold-Surface
Fluids Choke Manifold-Subsea
Equipment Alarm Setting
Kick Theory Slow Pump Rate-Surface
Kick Causes Slow Pump Rate-Subsea
Kick Detection Kill Sheet-Surface
Procedures Kill Sheet-Subsea
Well Control Methods Read, Record Shut-In Data
Complications Pump Startup-Surface
Special Situations Pump Startup-Subsea
Rules, Orders & Policies Pump Startup with
Remedial Operations Monitor Line-Subsea
Coiled Tubing Drillers Method-Surface
Snubbing Drillers Method-Subsea
Wireline Wait and Weight Method

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Features & Benets

WCS System 21 CD-ROM Training Program For


IADC/API/IWCF
Created To Meet Government / Industry Regulations
Created To Prepare for IWCF Certication
Created To Meet IADC WellCAP Certication
API Approved Training Program

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Consistency Worldwide
Company Personnel Receive Same Training Globally

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Validity Of Operator And Contractor Personnels
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Standardization Of Well Control Methods pr

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English & Spanish Available

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Meeting Competency Based Assessment
IADC Wel
Completion Report Demonstrates Assessment
Pre And Post Course Testing
Random Test Questions & Answers
AP I &

Documented Knowledge & Skill Assessment

Learning Can Be Completed


At The Rig Or Platform
At Your Ofce
In-House Schools
WCS Training Locations

Topics & Skills


Over 2000 Topics & Skills
Land & Offshore
Subsea Application
Realistic Simulations & Hands-on Training

Reports
Skill Level Reports On All Topics And Skills
Pre, Post & Final Testing
Dates/Times To Complete Each Module
Comprehensive Final Report
Remediation/Continuous Education

Added Benets
Reduction In Training Costs
Ease of Scheduling
Web Site Record Keeping
Eliminate Overtime Pay & Relief Personnel Expenses
Train At The Ofce, Rig Site, or at a WCS School 7
Production Safety Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

T2
TRAINING

Production Safety Systems Training

Production Safety Systems Training (PSST) is a


self-contained interactive and simulation program
providing required T-2 Training Certication. After
an intensive three-year development schedule, the
Minerals Management Service (MMS), United States
Department of the Interior, amended the Federal
Register (30 CFR part 250, Subpart O) to allow the use
of this computerized interactive multi-media based
system for offshore safety systems training.

PSST can have a signicant impact on


a companys bottom line. The inherent
portability of the system means training may
take place anywhere, at any hour. Reductions
in travel cost, use of contract instructors,
and employee overtime mean big savings.
Under utilized discretionary time becomes
productive time. The average user completes
the course in 15 hours.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Training & Hands-on Lab

Course components include: Maintenance,


Installation and Repair of Safety Systems, Level
Safety High/Low, Pressure Safety High/Low,
Pressure Safety Valves, Well Control Panel
I and II, Safety Analysis and System Design,
Regulatory Material, Smoke, Thermal, UV and
Gas Detection, API Certication Test and
Student Training Administrator Guides.

PSST training is supplemented with drills


and simulations in our new T2 Lab. Our lab
uses real world equipment and demonstrates
scenarios that may be encountered in the eld.
Students are able to interact with the instructor
and other students in
order to demonstrate
the importance of
following procedures
and the value of team
work and planning.
A database maintains student records and
tracks each students progress. Random
testing and security ensure that each
student completes his training. Reports
may be generated, and certicates and
wallet cards for students may be printed
upon completion of the course.

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Safety & Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

IADC
RIG PASS
APPROVED
Safety and Orientation
Program Topics:
Safety and Orientation Program
General Safety Fire Safety
Alcohol/Drug Policies Prevention
WCS is now offering an API and IADC Rig Pass Firearms/Weapons Policy Employee Responsibilities
approved interactive training program for use Personal Conduct
Materials Handling
offshore or on land. This program identies core Housekeeping
Communications/Chain of Mechanical Equipment
elements of training programs for new employees. Command Personal Lifting Technique
Completion conrms that personnel have met the Accident/Incident Reporting

basic requirements dened by safety and training Land Transportation

personnel in the drilling, workover and production Personal Protective First Aid
industry. Equipment General
Determining Necessary Bloodborne Pathogens
Equipment
Our program is unique in that it incorporates Head Protection Rig/Platform Environment
various core elements of many industry agencies Face and Eye Protection Platform/Location Arrival

(like IADC Rig Pass, APIs Recommended T-1 Hearing Protection Home Away From Home
Foot Protection Site Orientation
Orientation for Personnel Going Offshore for Hand Protection
the First Time, and the US Coast Guard Maritime Respiratory Protection Emergency Response

Standards Committee, Annex 15, sections 5.2-5.3). Arrival at Shore Base


Hazard Helicopter/Boat Transportation
Communications Swing Ropes
This program was created using industry led and Material Handling Personnel Baskets

standards, teaching topics and skills needed for Haz-Com


Transportation of Water Safety
individual competency training and assessment. Hazardous Materials Personal Flotation Devices
Upon completion an in-depth report is provided Release of Hazardous Survival Craft

showing pre-test and post-test grades, time used to Materials Standby Rescue Vessel

complete each module including repetition, Occupational Health Hazwhopper


and a check list of all topics and skills that Service Contractor
Marine Debris
have been covered. Employees Responsibilities
Other Health Hazards
Alternative Cutting Tools
Our interactive computer program is Specialized Work
Procedures
available for use at your job site or ofce,
Hazardous Energy Control
at any of the WCS locations or traveling (Lock-Out/Tag-Out)
schools, or at your own in-house instruction Work Permits

facility. (Conned Space/Hot Work)

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stuck Pipe Prevention

Stuck Pipe Prevention


Interactive & Conventional

Stuck pipe is a multi-million-dollar problem


for the drilling industry. Statistics show that
lack of communication and awareness on
the part of rig crews is a major factor in stuck
pipe incidents. The Stuck Pipe Prevention
Series (SPPS) is an interactive multimedia
course designed to improve the rig teams
understanding of stuck pipe, the physical
and economic impacts, and methods for
preventing and freeing stuck pipe. There are
six modules in this CD-ROM series: Impact,
Causes, Warning Signs, Prevention, Freeing
and a Drilling Simulator.

SPPS introduces the learner to the fundamentals


of stuck pipe. Interactive games and role-playing
activities familiarize learners with basic stuck pipe
concepts while emphasizing the use of correct
procedures and teamwork. Animated computer
graphics dramatically depict downhole conditions
that can lead to stuck pipe.

Stuck Pipe Prevention illustrates the most common


indicators of developing problems, and highlights
the importance of good communication and quick
action by the drilling team.

Communication and teamwork of the drilling operation are reinforced, along


with techniques to help prevent stuck pipe. In addition,
strong emphasis is placed on contingency
planning, procedures to free stuck pipe and
the minimization of additional sticking.

A Drilling Simulator presents scenarios that


challenge the user to apply techniques learned
in the various stuck pipe modules. The simulator
accurately represents the drilling controls on a
rig, providing valuable hands-on experience to
the student.
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Safe Work Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Safe Work Practices

Safe Work Practices (SWP) in oil and gas


producing operations is an interactive training
program designed to enhance the ability of
field personnel to recognize at-risk behavior
in the work place and modify that behavior
to avoid injury or incident.

The course consists of 4 sections: Introduction


(overview of Body Use and Position, Personal
Protective Equipment, Following Procedures,
Tools and Equipment; an Awareness of the
Working Environment); Incident Investigation
(users are shown the aftermath of two incidents,
asked to interview a witness and victim, analyze
the accident, and give an explanation of the cause);
Risk Assessment Exercise (users examine visuals
from job sites and identify at-risk behaviors); and
Risky Behavior (a game that challenges users to
guide a worker through a task without injury or
incident).

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Offshore Crane Operations

Offshore Crane Operator A record-keeping database, managed


by a Training Administrator, is built
Persons operating cranes on offshore oil into the program. Many users complete
and gas production platforms and rigs in this interactive program in four hours
US waters are required to undergo Offshore or less, reducing training time
Crane Operator Qualification Training. This by half the typical time of
program offers seven interactive training classroom instruction.
modules that cover aspects of the American
Petroleum Institute Recommended Practice After completing this
2D (API RP2D) guidelines, including a 3- course, the learners
dimensional simulated crane with joystick should be ready to
operation that models the real world demonstrate their comp-
actions of a crane. This CD-ROM based etence by performing a
interactive training can be administered live pre-use inspection and 2
offshore or onshore. Qualifying operators lifts while under supervision.
are still required to make 2 live lifts to
demonstrate competence. Modules are accompanied by a
comprehensive CD-ROM and
Training Administrator Guide
The course modules are: Vision Testing
with all pertinent information
& Introduction; Components, Wire Rope
about installing and running
Use, Construction and Maintenance;
the series, answers to the test
Rigging and Communication; Inspection;
questions and how to use the
Crane Maintenance; Logs and Records;
record keeping database.
Crane Controls; Operation and Safe
Procedures; Evaluations (randomized from
a 100-question pool) and the Simulator.

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Kill Sheet Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Kill Sheet Program

The Kill Sheet Program was developed to help drilling and workover
personnel calculate data to successfully control a well. This fully
interactive program allows personnel to enter pre-recorded well
data at the job site and the program makes the worksheet
calculations necessary to complete their tasks. The overall goal
was to eliminate mathematical errors while providing simple
and consistent well calculation methods. Drilling personnel
will be able to complete a (wait and weight) kill sheet.
Production personnel will be able to complete computations
to successfully bullhead a well. Students are trained to use
this program while attending a WCS well control class so
W
there will be little to no learning curve when they use E
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SCH TROL
this program on the job. OO
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This two-diskette set is a self-contained, self-


loading program (Windows environments
need no additional software). Kill Sheet WELL
programs for single rig or platform use are
available. Students have the opportunity to
CONTROL
purchase this program for personal use at a SCHOOL
substantial discount during their WCS well
control classes.

Pre-recorded Information We l l K i l l Check List Wait & Weight Worksheet


KILL SHEET
Well Data Kill Mud & Pressure Considerations
WELL NAME COMPLETED BY:
(5) Required Kill Mud Weight

DRILL PIPE PSI


.052
TVD FT
+
PPG
=
PPG
ARGENTINA SIDPP True Vertical Depth Present Mud Weight Kill Mud Weight
UNITED STATES (to Bit or Kick Zone)
(504) 464-4144 (54) 97-55-9661/2 (6) Select Pump and Speed to Kill Well
INCHES INCHES FT BBLS/FT LBS/FT MD FT
(504) 361-5551 FAX WELL CONTROL SCHOOL VENEZUELA
Outside Diameter Inside Diameter Length Capacity per Foot Weight Total Drill String Length
www.wellcontrol.com
(DP & DC) staff@wellcontrol.com (58) 14-653-664
# x = AT
DRILL COLLARS / HOLE SIZE RECORDED KICK INFORMATION STKS/MIN BBLS/STK BBLS/MIN PSI
Select Pump Kill Rate Speed Pump Output Circulating Rate Kill Rate
to Kill Well Pump Pressure
TVD FT PPG (7) Initial Circulating Pressure (ICP)
INCHES INCHES FT BBLS/FT INCHES TVD FT Kick Depth Kill Weight Mud
Outside Diameter Inside Diameter Length Capacity per Foot Hole Size True Vertical Depth
(to Bit)
MD FT PSI
+ =
CASING Kick Depth Initial Circulating Pressure PSI PSI ICP PSI
SIDPP Kill Rate Initial Circulating
Pump Pressure Pressure
PSI Final Circulating Pressure PSI (8) Final Circulating Pressure (FCP)
INCHES INCHES TVD FT MD FT PSI @ 100% Shut In Drill Pipe Pressure
Outside Diameter Inside Diameter True Vertical Depth Measured Depth Weight & Grade Internal Yield

PSI BBLS
x =
PUMPS / SURFACE LINES Shut In Casing Pressure Drill String Volume PSI PPG PPG FCP PSI
Kill Rate Kill Mud Weight Present Mud Weight Final Circulating
X X Pump Pressure Pressure
LINER X STROKE BBLS/STK LINER X STROKE BBLS/STK PSI BBLS Size of Kick BBLS Strokes Surface to Bit STKS
Drill String Volume & Stroke Calculations
Pump #1 Output _____%EFF Pump #2 Output _____%EFF Maximum Pump Surface Line Volume (9) Drill Pipe, Drill Collar Volumes
Pressure
MUD PPG BBLS
Present Mud Weight Annular Volume
x = x =
FT BBLS/FT BBLS FT BBLS/FT BBLS
STKS Drill Pipe Length Capacity per Foot in DP Volume in Drill Pipe Drill Collar Length Capacity per Foot in DC Volume In Drill Collars
PPG PPG PPG PSI TVD FT BBLS CALCULATED KILL INFORMATION Strokes Bit to Casing Shoe
(10) Strokes Surface to Bit
Present Mud Weight Reserve Mud Weight Integrity/Leak-off Integrity/Leak-off Depth of Test Volume in Active Pits
Test Mud Weight Pressure (Shoe or Weak Zone)

Pressure Considerations
Kill Rate Speed STKS/MIN
Strokes Bit to Surface STKS
+ + = =
BBLS BBLS BBLS BBLS BBLS/STK STKS
Volume in Drill Pipe Volume in Drill Collars Surface Line Volume Drill String Volume Pump Output STKS Surface to Bit
1. Estimated Formation Integrity/Leak-off/Fracture Fluid Density (Mud Weight) BBLS/MIN STKS
Circulating Rate Strokes Surface to Surface
Annular Volume & Stroke Calculations
.052 + = Choke Adjustment: Approximate Lag Time From Casing to Drill Pipe is _____________ Seconds. (11) Annular Capacities and Volumes

Pressure Chart
PSI TVD FT PPG PPG
A. Annular Volume Between Drill Pipe (DP) and Casing (CSG)
Integrity/Leak-off Depth of Test Integrity/Leak-off Estimated Integrity
Pressure (Shoe or Weak Zone) Test Mud Weight Fluid Density
Theoretical Drill Pipe Pit Volume

2. Estimated Formation Integrity Pressure (With Present Mud Weight)


Strokes or Volume
Pressure
Actual Drill Pipe Pressure Casing Pressure
Deviation 1029.4 = . __ __ __ __BBLS/FT
x =
A
2 2
FT BBLS
0 ICP CSG ID DP OD
ID of CSG Squared OD of DP Squared Capacity per Foot Length of DP in CSG Volume Between
x x .052 = B. Annular Volume Between Drill Pipe (DP) and Open Hole (OH)
Between DP & CSG (Measured Depth) DP & CSG

PPG PPG TVD FT PSI


Estimated Integrity Present Mud Weight Depth of Test Estimated Integrity
Fluid Density (Shoe or Weak Zone) Pressure 1029.4 = x =
OH
2
DP OD
2
. __ __ __ __BBLS/FT FT B BBLS
3. Casing Internal Yield Hole Size Squared OD of DP Squared Capacity per Foot Length of DP in OH Volume Between
Between DP & OH DP & OH
C. Annular Volume Between Drill Collars (DC) and Open Hole (OH)
x =
PSI @ 100% PSI
Casing Internal Yield Safety Factor Adjusted Casing Yield 1029.4 = . __ __ __ __BBLS/FT
x =
(.70 or less) C
2 2
OH DC OD FT BBLS
Hole Size Squared OD of DC Squared Capacity per Foot Length of DC in OH Volume Between
Between DC & OH DC & OH
4. B.O.P. Test Pressure = D. Total Annular Volume
PSI
BOP Test Pressure + + + =
A BBLS B BBLS C BBLS D BBLS E BBLS
Kill Rates (Slow Pump Rate) & Pump Pressures (3 Different Rates) BIT FCP
Volume Between
DP & CSG
Volume Between
DP & OH
Volume Between
DC & OH
Volume in Choke Line
(Subsea Only)
Total Annular Volume

Measure at beginning of each tour, after drilling 500 feet and after each mud weight and viscosity change. (See back of Kill Sheet)
(12) Strokes Bit to Casing Shoe

= = + =
PUMP PUMP B BBLS C BBLS BBLS/STK STKS
#1 STKS/MIN
Kill Rate Speed Kill Rate
PSI
#2 STKS/MIN
Kill Rate Speed Kill Rate
PSI
Volume Between Volume Between Pump Output Strokes Bit
DP & OH DC & OH to Casing Shoe
Pump Pressure Pump Pressure
(13) Strokes Bit to Surface

PUMP = PUMP = =
#1 STKS/MIN
Kill Rate Speed Kill Rate
PSI
#2 STKS/MIN
Kill Rate Speed Kill Rate
PSI
E BBLS BBLS/STK STKS
Pump Pressure Pump Pressure Annular Volume Pump Output Strokes Bit to Surface
(14) Total Strokes Surface to Surface

PUMP = PUMP =
#1 STKS/MIN PSI
#2 STKS/MIN PSI + =
Kill Rate Speed Kill Rate Kill Rate Speed Kill Rate 10 = 10 = STKS STKS STKS
Pump Pressure Pump Pressure Strokes Surface to Bit Strokes Bit to Surface Strokes Surface to Surface
Stks Surf to Bit Strokes per Step Initial Circ Pressure Final Circ Pressure PSI per Step All Rights Reserved

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Living the 24hr Lifestyle

Living The 24hr Lifestyle

Fatigue and poor alertness management cause many


accidents and near misses. Living the 24-Hour Lifestyle
is an interactive CD-ROM program which helps the user
anticipate low levels of alertness and enhance alertness
levels when necessary. Alertness levels greatly affect job
performance and personal safety. After completing this approximately
60-minute course, the user will have the tools needed to manage alertness levels
while working and driving, as well as while under the stress of extended-hour schedules.
The student will also learn how to better manage his schedule, work and living environment.
When using these tools, the results will be enhanced safety, better performance and a higher
overall quality of life.

The information is presented in short interactive exhibits


that are accessed by visiting one of five 3-dimensional
environments. The titles of the four main spaces are
Circadian Rhythms, Alertness Switches, Strategy and
Control and Lifestyle Planner. Each of these sections
has a quiz that tests for understanding and retention of
information. The fifth and final environment contains
a comprehensive test that checks the students
understanding of the entire program. Users must pass
the test to receive credit for completing the module.

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Well Control Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

API & IADC WellCAP


Well Completion/Workover
About the course: This course is based on the principles
and theory of well control. Commonly used well
control techniques with workover operations in mind
are presented. The latest information and technologies
available are used to instruct in maintaining control of the
well during workover and completion operations. This
program meets industry guidelines and certification is
awarded upon successful completion at Introductory,
Fundamental and Supervisory levels. Simulators are
used to conduct hands-on training for personnel
attending this course.

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.

G UIDE TO
B LOWOUT P REVENTION

API & IADC


WellCAP Drilling Well Control School
2600 Moss Lane
Harvey, LA 70058
504.361.8282

About the course: The WellCAP Drilling Well Control


Certification course addresses basic principles and
theory of well control. The most commonly used well
control techniques are presented. This program meets
industry guidelines and certification is awarded upon
successful completion at Introductory, Fundamental
and Supervisory levels. Simulators are used to
conduct hands-on training for personnel attending
this course. For course length at our permanent
locations, check the training schedule.
WEL
L
CONT
Course content: Pressure Basics, Kick Theory, ROL
SCHO
OL
Causes of Kicks, Complications, Shut-in Procedures,
Fluids, Kick Warning Signs, Kill Procedures, BOP
Equipment, Constant Bottomhole Pressure Methods,
Regulations, Subsea (if requested), Stripping and a brief
discussion on Snubbing.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conventional & Interactive

API & IADC Well Servicing IWCF Well Intervention


Coiled Tubing, Snubbing, Wireline
About the course: The IADC Well Servicing program or Combination
refers to the three basic remedial operations of snubbing,
wireline, and coiled tubing practices. The candidate may About the course: The certification program is designed
select any one or all three of these operations after being for equipment operators (Level.1) and Supervisors
instructed in general well control theory and procedures. (Level.2) and covers the following operations:
The program meets accepted industry guidelines as well
Wireline Operations
as IADC certification requirements.
Coiled Tubing Operations
Snubbing Operations

IWCF Rotary Drilling The Certification Standards are based


Well Control Program on a detailed analysis of the pressure
control knowledge that Wireline, Coiled
About the course: The program comprises of a Practical Tubing, and Snubbing personnel require
Assessment Exercise and Written Test papers on Equipment to perform their jobs safely. The
and Principles & Procedures for Drillers and Drilling standards have been devised so that
Supervisors based on the IWCF Certification Standards. the measurement of their knowledge
The Certification Standards are based on a detailed
can be assessed systematically. The
analysis of the well control knowledge that Drillers and
method of assign the performance
Supervisors require, and the practical tasks that they have
of an individual is by written
to master, in order to perform their jobs responsibly. The
examination covering Completion
standards have been devised so that the measurement of
Equipment, specialized Pressure
their skills and knowledge can be assessed systematically.
Control Equipment operations,
The method of assessing the performance of an individual,
and Principles & Procedures.
at both Driller and Supervisor level, is divided into the
Each candidate is require to
following sections:
complete a written test paper on
A simulated practical exercise to assess practical skills the following:
Written test papers on Equipment and Principles &
Procedures to assess knowledge based skills Principles & Procedures
Completion Equipment
The certification program comprises separate levels of Each of the operations disciplines that is Wireline,
tests for Drillers and Supervisors in either Surface BOP Coiled Tubing or Snubbing equipment. Candidates
Stack operations or Combined Surface/Subsea BOP Stack may choose to take one, two, or all three of the
operations. operations disciplines.

WCS offers a three-day and a five-day prep course and Candidates should note that they must pass all nominated
test. Candidates are required to pass all tests in order to papers in order to gain a certificate.
receive certification. The prep course content covers the
following topics: WCS offers a three-day and a five-day prep course and
test. The prep course content covers the following:
Well Control Equipment Kill Sheet Information
Kicks While Drilling/Tripping Shut-in Procedures Barrier Principles Well Information
Shut-in Pressure Observations Kill Handling Methods Shut-in Procedures Pressure Control Methods
Kill Problems Well Control Management Pressure Control Management Problems
Surface Principles & Procedures Surface Equipment Completion Equipment Wireline Equipment
Subsea Principles & Procedure Subsea Equipment Coiled Tubing Equipment Snubbing Equipment

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Specialty Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Rig Management Volumetric Method Of


Well Control
About the course: This programs objectives are to
organize the entire rig team by addressing all facets of About the course: The Volumetric Method of well control
managerial operations. This is achieved by defining and is used when it is not desirable or possible to circulate a
recognizing problems and how to solve them, teaching kick out of a well. The volumetric principle is applied in
supervisors to be more effective, and enhancing the cases of migrating gas as well as in stripping and snubbing
overall performance of the rig team. This program is operations. It can be said that using the Volumetric
designed for a two day course. Method is not a routine activity and therefore is seldom
covered in detail during most well control courses. This
Course content: Total Quality Management, Team one-day course, originally created with the cooperation of
Building, Goal Orientation, Safety/Environmental a major operator, has been designed to present the basic
Management, What is Management, How Can Work theory of the method with a strong emphasis on pressure
Be Done More Efficiently, How Can Work Be Planned limitations and safe practices. Participants learn to create
and Organized, How to Train New Employees, What is procedural checklists, work gas migration and stripping
Leadership and How to Handle Personnel Problems. problems, and make volumetric calculations. Electronic
simulators are used to illustrate and demonstrate the
volumetric principle.

Stuck Pipe Course content: Applications of the Volumetric Method,


Volumetric calculations, Equipment rig-up and limitations,
About the course: Stuck pipe is a common problem Affects of friction when stripping, Practical exercises,
causing drilling costs to escalate. Why do we get stuck? Suggested stripping drills, Simulation exercises, Special
The correct answer could result in a quick freeing of the safety precautions.
drillstring. An incorrect answer could just as easily lead to
making the situation worse until a sidetrack is required.
The problem is that when pipe is stuck, most drilling
personnel instinctively want to get out of the hole. This Pipe Handling
course covers the procedures that should and should

Stuck
not be done in order to solve stuck pipe problems. This About the course: The objective of this course is
program is designed as a one or two day course.

ipe
to provide participants with a basic understanding

P Course content: Causes of Settled Cuttings, Drilling,


of good pipe handling techniques and complications

&
that can arise from various drilling practices and
Stuck Pipe Tripping, Rig Indications, Fractured Formations, Cement problems. Many topics are covered, including initial
Prevention Blocks, Soft Cement, Junk, Differential Sticking, Wellbore setup, intervals and well completions. The course runs
Geometry Problems. one day.

Course content: Inspection at the Yard and the Field,


Transportation, Off Loading at Rig Site, String Preparation,
TROL SC
ON Cleaning, Pickup Procedures, Proper Makeup (New and
WELL C

HO

Used Tubulars), Tripping, Downhole Problems, Laydown


OL

Problems, Inspection Procedures and Solutions.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Specialty Courses

Drillstring Failure
About the course: This specialty course addresses how
and why drillstring failure occurs. Lessons include care
and handling procedures, the design of the drillstring
mechanisms, and the causes of drillstring failure (usually
a result of multiple problems). Understanding cause and
effect is the objective of this course as WCS brings in
experts in drillstring failure to provide the best specialized
knowledge available today. Course usually runs one-half
to one day.

Course content: Why Drillpipe Fails, Drillpipe Fatigue,


BHA Connection Fatigue, Connection Leak, Sulfide Stress
Cracking, Split Box, Mechanical Failure of Specialty
Tools, Welding Failure, Tension, Torsion, Collapse and
Burst.

Horizontal Well Control


About the course: Millions of dollars have been spent on
researching different techniques to maximize the amount
of oil and gas that can be produced out of a reservoir.
Concepts of Mathematics &
Wells drilled vertically through a pay zone have left
millions of barrels of oil and millions of cubic feet of gas
Applied Oilfield Mathematics
in the ground, never to be produced. Drilling horizontal
wells exposes more pay and can increase production About the course: A large number of first timers, floorhand
from formations where the productivity of conventional and derrick hand personnel who may be excellent hands
(vertical) wells is low. This course gives participants an on the rig are weak in math. This program will familiarize
introduction to horizontal drilling, completion and well them with basic mathematics for the petroleum industry
control procedures. and rig math relating to well control. Designed to be
conducted prior to a basic well control course, it prepares
Course content: Advantages of Horizontal Wells, The students for classroom math like calculations, annular
Vertical Portion and Its Depth, Short, Medium and Long capacities, hole capacities, pump displacement, etc.
Radius Wells, Well Control, Drilling With No Returns,
Spread the Kick, Producing While Drilling, Rotating Head, Course length can run one or two days.
Drilling Through the Annular Preventer, Completions,
Gas Migration, Flow Potential, Underbalanced Drilling Course content: Introduction to the Calculator,
and Well Control Procedures that Differ From Vertical Addition/Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions,
Applications. Percentages, Squares/Square Roots and Powers,
Measurements, Pressure, Volume and Capacity for Tanks,
Decreasing and Increasing Mud Weights, Gradient/
Specific Gravity, Fluid Pressures, Capacities and Volumes,
Pump Output and Displacement.

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Specialty Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Deepwater and HPHT


Well Control
About the course: This course will incorporate the
currently required well control certification but will
go beyond the basics of well control. This advanced
curriculum will fill the industry void created by the
absence of in-house training in most operating and
service companies. This five-day course includes
certification in IADC WellCAP Drilling / Well
Completion / Well Workover combination Surface
and Subsea options at Supervisor level.

Course content: Deepwater Pressure Profiles,


Circulating Through a Choke or Kill Line, BOP
Configurations, Use of SOBM or WBM Well Control
Methods, Review of Procedures for SOBM or WBM
Well Control Methods, Controlling the Well When
Gas Enters the Choke Line, Available Pressure
Margins, Hydrates Prevention & Cure, Type of
Completion, Subsurface Equipment, Fluids and HPHT
Advanced Well Servicing
special issues.

About the course: The objective of this advanced


course is to provide participants with a complete
Basic Drilling Technology overview of coiled tubing and snubbing operations
related to downhole oil and gas well services. In
recent years, the increased development of service
About the course: The objective of this course is to
applications incorporating continuous length tubular
provide participants with a complete overview of
goods has accelerated the use of coiled tubing
drilling practices as used in the industry.
technology into the category of an operating system.
Problems related to drilling are covered
The designation of coiled tubing technology as an
by providing examples, pictures, and
operating system defines its ability to be an effective
explanations of well control. This
tool for use throughout the life cycle of oil and gas
course will help participants understand
wellbore services. The flexible performance envelope
drilling fundamentals. The student
of coiled tubing utility allows for quick adaptation
will also train in good communication
to existing services and complementing operations
skills.
systems with minimal modification.
Course length can run two to three
Course content: Surface Equipment and Performance,
days.
CT Manufacturing and Specifications, String Design
and Service Life, Concentric Service System Options,
Course content: Geology of Oil/
Coiled Tubing Service Forces, Fluid Hydraulics for
Gas, Bits, Drilling Fluids, Downhole
Coiled Tubing, Well Control and Procedures, Workover
Problems, Causes of Kicks,
Safety Guidelines, Service Applications, Snubbing
Tripping, Directional Drilling,
Units and Stripping/Snubbing Concerns.
Logs, Casing, Well Cementing,
and Abandonment.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Specialty Courses

Safe Rigging Practices


This course can be taught in a classroom, an office
or at the job site. It may be led by an instructor for

a group or taken individually, using the materials for


self-paced learning. Your company keeps the folder,
recording the students training and exam scores, and

may issue a certificate of completion. Imagine the


money and time youll save by providing this training
at the job site. The elimination of travel, meals,
housing and replacement workers means a big boost
to your bottom line.

WCS has a large supply of materials on Safe Rigging


Practices to help you meet your training requirements.
Why not take care of all of your rigger training with
one phone call? Your workers get the best, most
up-to-date course while your company gets the most
affordable rates.

Safe Rigging Practices, one of our newest courses,


is available in English and Spanish. This is a
comprehensive course developed to meet API RP2D,
4th edition regulations for rigger training. Our Safe
Rigging Practices manual was also cross-referenced
to the recommended rigging practices issued by BP.
The basic Safe Rigging Practices course includes
a full-color textbook and a student folder with
the course registration and examinations. A separate
Instructors Manual contains answers to the discussion
questions, examination answer keys and the API
RP2D cross reference. In addition, a Basic Rigging
Overview videotape and
accompanying exam
may be purchased
to upgrade rigging
training.

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Underbalanced Drilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Underbalanced Drilling (UBD)


WCS is now offering a new IADC certified course
in Underbalanced Drilling (UBD) Technology.
Developed according to IADC standards, the
course includes advantages and disadvantages for
underbalanced drilling, well planning and rig-up
with emphasis on site management (HAZOPS),
and detailed discussions of the equipment
necessary for a safe and profitable underbalanced
project. Course participants will experience
practical rig site decision-making problems using
an Underbalanced Training Simulator for hands-
on simulations.

Underbalanced Drilling
Introduction to UBD
Maintaining Control of the Well
Health, Safety & Environmental
Issues

Kick Detection
Underbalanced Drilling Common Features of UBD
Safety Orientation UBD Drilling Techniques
IADC Rig Pass Approved
Well Control Theory
WCS is pleased to offer the IADC certified Equipment and Rig-up
Rig Pass course for underbalanced drilling. Accumulator & Equipment
More wells are being drilled under-balanced Testing & Maintenance
than ever before due to advances in computer
technology and special equipment. This Site Management Issues
increase in UBD activity has, in turn, created Operational Considerations
a need for rig personnel trained in the special Complication while Drilling
safety practices and equipment used during UBD
these potentially hazardous operations. This
one-day course follows the curricula set Simulations
forth in IADC published requirements. IADC Tour Report

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Medic First Aid & CPR

Medic First Aid & CPR


This course combines CPR and first
aid training taught in a single day. It
eliminates written testing for laypersons
learning first aid. Teaches laypersons
learning first aid an EMS approach to
patient care. Advocates continuity of
care as an ill or injured person is passed
from first aid provider to health care provider.
Training in AED is included in this course if
requested.

WCS will use a combination of highly


structured, tested, and effective print and
video instructional materials. Our primary
goal is to meet our clients needs using the
most effective, modern methods. Promoting a
stress free emergency care learning programs
designed to produce comfortable, confident
first aid providers.

This program is student-centered rather than


teacher-centered and employs an instructional
approach which develops the learners abilities
through simplification and repetition of essential
skills in a positive, relaxed environment.

Certification is good for a two year period.

Advantages to Medic First Aid


Proven track record
Integrated CPR and First Aid programs
Meets national guidelines and complies
with OSHA regulations
Industry or company customization
available
One-on-one customer service
Cost and time savings
Rigorous quality assurance standards

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NCCER Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Pipeliner Training & Assessment


International Training Services is a training provider for all Pipeline
Maintenance covered tasks. Below are some of the Pipeline Assessment
training courses available. Additional course types are available to meet
your specific training needs.

Electrical & Instrumentation Pipeline Technician

Mechanical Pipeline Technician

Corrosion Prevention Field Technician 1Measurement

Corrosion Prevention Field Technician 1Installation

Corrosion Prevention Field Technician 2

Corrosion Prevention Field Technician 3

Field and Control Center Operations Technician

Pipeline Maintenance Technician

Abnormal Operating ConditionsField

Abnormal Operating ConditionsControl Center

Abnormal Operating ConditionsGas

Gas Maintenance Specialty

The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) Research and Special Programs
Administration (RSPA) requires pipeline operators (not necessarily their contractors) develop a
written qualification program to evaluate personnel and contractor ability to perform covered
tasks and to recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions that may be encountered
while performing covered tasks. Contractors will be required to follow the operators written
plan. This is a performance-based qualification standard. The regulations can be found in 49 CFR
Part 192 Subpart N - GAS, and 49 CFR 195 Subpart G - LIQUID, which became effective October
26, 1999. While the final rules were published in 1999, operators were given until October 28,
2002 to complete the qualification of individuals performing covered tasks.

Is your company in compliance? Call today to find out how we can help you meet the requirements
and prepare your employees through the Pipeliner Training and Assessment Program.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pipeliner Training Program

NCCER, in cooperation with American Petroleum Institute (API), has developed the Pipeliner
Training and Assessment Program (PTAP). The PTAP consists of Pipeliner Curriculum and Pipeline
Skills Assessments to qualify pipeline personnel under the Department of Transportations (DOT)
new regulation for Pipeline Operator Qualification. The Pipeline Assessments are tied directly to
NCCERs standardized Pipeline Curriculum and will determine qualification on selected covered
tasks as identified by API and the industry.

What issues do the Pipeline Skills Assessments


address?
Meet the demands of DOT and pipeline operators regarding
pipeline workforce qualifications

Identify the knowledge, skill, and overall qualification level of


the current pipeline workforce

Eliminate duplication of efforts and the burdens it places on


pipeline technicians

Increase technician credentialing opportunities and


workforce professionalism

Increase pipeline workforce involvement in training

Assist pipeline contractors in maximizing their training dollars

Enhance career opportunities and progression for


individuals within the pipeline industry

Expand workforce development resources to the pipeline


workforce

Improve the image of the pipeline industry

NCCER accreditation will elevate construction,


maintenance and pipeline training in the United States
by establishing a minimum quality benchmark for
training. This process will assist training organizations
in developing and/or improving standardized training
programs that effectively match their resources and
operating conditions while responding to the needs
of the industry. NCCER accreditation will recognize
training organizations that meet the minimum
standards of competence, warranting public and
professional confidence.

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Quiz Maker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Quiz Maker for Well Control


WCS is pleased to offer Quiz Maker, a computer program that
generates custom examinations for well control applications.
With Quiz Maker, managers and supervisors can create exams
that may be used as training and evaluation tools. Quiz
Maker also helps companies to meet the requirements set by
the Minerals Management Subpart O training regulations for
continuous testing and on the job training.

Supervisors, training departments and independent auditors


can select the type of questions to be compiled in the
quiz based on course level (introductory, fundamental or
supervisory), BOP stack qualication and certifying agency.
The questions can be focused on any specic area of well
control desired. Administrators are then allowed to select the
number of questions in any subject area that they wish to have
included in the exam.

Once the administrator has dened the parameters of the quiz


and the quiz has been generated, users are allowed to log-
in and take the exam. As users answer the questions, any
incorrect answer will direct the student into a remediation
section that covers the area specic to the question missed.
A nal report shows the topics and skills that have been
administered and assessed along with a nal grade. This
report offers companies a powerful tool to measure retention
levels of training and to identify areas where additional
training should be directed.

Quiz Maker can easily be used in eld locations, ofces


and training centers.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Permanent Locations

C orporate H eadquarters & School


2 6 0 0 M oss L ane H arvey, L A 7 0 0 5 8
PH 5 0 4 . 3 6 1 . 8 2 8 2 FX 5 0 4 . 3 6 1 . 5 5 5 1
email staff@ wellcontrol .com web www. wellcontrol .com

Houston,Texas Laurel, Mississippi


Houston
Strip To Meridian
International Airport Mall
To Dallas WCS

Beltway 8
Clarion
Hotel

HWY 15 North /16th Ave


59

HWY 84
Hw y
I-45

9
I-5

I-610
Waffle House
Exit 95 B
I-45

Hwy
59

To Hattiesburg
I-10
To San Antonio To Beaumont

Houston Location: Clarion Hotel Laurel Location: 2007 Hwy 15 North Suite C
500 Northbelt East 2nd Floor Laurel, MS 39440
Houston, TX 77060 504.361.8282
281 931 0101 www.wellcontrol.com

Lafayette, Louisiana To Opelousas

To Lake Charles I-10 To Baton Rouge

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Evangeline
Thruway

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Johnson St.
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Pinhook

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Comfort Inn
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To Morgan City
Lafayette Airport
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1421 SE Evangeline Thwy 1st Floor
&
Lafayette, LA 70501
337 232 9000

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . International Locations

Bolivia Bahrain
Ph: (59) 1.708.12765 Ph: 973.226006
wcsbolivia@wellcontrol.com wcsbahrain@wellcontrol.com

Venezuela Indonesia
Ph: (58) 261.718.0570 Ph: 62.21.864762
wcsvenezuela@wellcontrol.com wcsindonesia@wellcontrol.com

Argentina and
Ph: (54) 297.444.5716
o c a t i ons to
wcsargentina@wellcontrol.com
a t i o nal l s available
Intern ing school ng needs.
l i
trave your train le
Colombia mee t
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to o
day ur facility
Ph: (57) 1.288.5373
wcscolombia@wellcontrol.com t o
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u
at yo

WORLDWIDE SCHOOLS
Quality Training and Certication anywhere in the world while minimizing your costs!

If your personnel cannot attend classes at one of our US or South American training facilities, WCS will conduct
In-house courses at the location of your choice, using industry recognized training materials and equipment.

Argentina Malta
Australia Mexico
Bolivia Nigeria
Bulgaria Peru
Brazil Philippines
Canada Romania
Chile Russia
China Saudi Arabia
Colombia Scotland
Dubai Singapore
Ecuador Suriname
England Thailand
India Trinidad
Indonesia Venezuela
Malaysia Yemen

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Permanent Location Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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In ra
T Interactive Courses may be Started ANY DAY of the work week! (Monday thru Friday)
Supervisory / Fundamental / Introductory Level (Surface/Subsea)
Lafayette Houston Laurel New Orleans
Louisiana Texas Mississippi Louisiana
Drilling Only:
Self-paced (depending on experience) 2 to 4 days!
Every Week Every Week Every Week Every Week

Drilling Well Completion/Well Workover Combination:


Self-paced (depending on experience) 3 to 5 days!
Every Week Every Week Every Week Every Week

Drilling Well Completion/Well Workover Well Servicing Options:


Coiled Tubing only, and/or Snubbing only, and/or Wireline only, or a Combo
Self-paced (depending on experience) 4 to 6 days!
Every Week Every Week Every Week Every Week

Well Completion/Well
Production Workover
Safety Systems TrainingOnly:
(T2):
Self-paced (depending on experience) 2 to 4 days!
Every Week Every Week Every Week Every Week

Well Completion/Well Workover Well Servicing Options:


Coiled Tubing only, and/or Snubbing only, and/or Wireline only, or a Combo
Self-paced (depending on experience) 3 to 5 days!
Every Week Every Week Every Week Every Week

Well Servicing Options


Coiled Tubing only, and/or Snubbing only, and/or Wireline only, or a Combo
Self-paced (depending on experience) 2 to 3 days!
Every Week Every Week Every Week Every Week

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7A
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Drilling Only:
3-1/2 days, Monday -Thursday
Every Week Every Week Every Week Interactive only

Drilling Well Completion/Well Workover Combination:


Take a look at our traveling schedule

5 days, Monday - Friday


Every Week Every Week Every Week Interactive only
for more locations and dates !

Drilling Well Completion/Well Workover Well Servicing Options:


Coiled Tubing only, and/or Snubbing only, and/or Wireline only, or a Combo
7 days, Monday - Sunday
Every Week Every Week Every Week Interactive only
Full Week
Well Completion/Well Workover Only:
3-1/2 days, Monday - Thursday
2nd or 3rd 1st or 4th Upon Request Interactive only
Full Week Full Week

Well Completion/Well Workover Well Servicing Options:


Coiled Tubing only, and/or Snubbing only, and/or Wireline only, or a Combo
5 days, Monday - Friday
2nd or 3rd 1st or 4th Upon Request Interactive only
Full Week Full Week
Well Servicing Options Coiled Tubing, Snubbing and Wireline:
Coiled Tubing only, and/or Snubbing only, and/or Wireline only, or a Combo
Interactive only Interactive only Interactive only Interactive only

Phone 504.361.8282 Fax 504.361.5551 Email staff@wellcontrol.com Web www.wellcontrol.com

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dates Times Locations

IWCF Certifications

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Supervisor or Driller Level (Surface/Subsea)

AM
Lafayette Houston
Louisiana Texas
5 days - Mon. - Fri.
1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd
Full week Full Week

IWCF Drilling Prepatory Course:


Complete System 21 (IADC and API topics and skills) plus the IWCF simulator assessment and certification tests.
(experienced and recertification)

Well Intervention Prepatory Course (includes Workover/Completion)


F
Coiled Tubing, Snubbing or Wireline: IWC
Option One System 21 IWCF module only. (experienced and recertification) r a ctive ining
a.) Training - Well Control, Equipment, Formulas, IWCF Kill Sheets & Hands-on Simulation/Evaluation Int e
a s e d Tra
r-B
pute
b.) Practice Testing with reinforced training on questions missed
Com lable
Avai
c.) Simulator Assessment - non biased training and evaluation and grading
d.) Will determine if employee is ready to travel to an assessment center for testing and certification.
Now
Option Two System 21 (IADC topics and skills) plus the new IWCF module. (1st time or testing difficulties)
a.) Training - Well Control, Equipment, Formulas, IWCF Kill Sheets & Hands-on Simulation/Evaluation
b.) Practice Testing with reinforced training on questions missed
c.) Simulator Assessment - non biased training and evaluation and grading
d.) Will determine if employee is ready to travel to an assessment center for testing and certification.
e.) Upon completion of System 21 Option Two, an IADC certification can be awarded. IWCF certification can also be awarded
upon completing the testing at the assessment center.

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Lafayette Houston Lafayette Houston
Louisiana Texas Louisiana Texas
Drilling Testing and Simulator Assessment only: Well Intervention Testing only:
1 day on Friday Coiled Tubing and/or Snubbing and/or Wireline (includes workover)
1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd 1 day on Friday
Full week Full Week 1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd
Full week Full Week

Drilling Preparation, Testing and Simulator Assessment:


(experienced or recertification)
3 days, Wed. - Fri. 3 days, Wed. - Fri.
1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd 1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd
Full week Full Week Full week Full Week

Drilling Preparation, Testing and Simulator Assessment: Well Intervention Preparation and Testing:
(1st time or testing difficulties) Coiled Tubing and/or Snubbing and/or Wireline (includes workover)
5 days, Mon. - Fri. 5 days, Mon. - Fri.
1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd 1st or 4th 2nd or 3rd
Full week Full Week Full week Full Week

IADC and IWCF Certification Combo


Drilling only Combination IADC and IWCF certification:
(extremely experienced hands only)
5 days, Monday - Friday 5 days, Mon.- Fri.
Upon Request Upon Request Upon Request Upon Request
IAWC - Alliance Certification
WellCAP Fundamental/IWCF Driller Level or WellCAP Supervisor or IWCF/Supervisor Level
Lafayette Houston
Louisiana Texas

Drilling only Combination IADC WellCAP Curriculum


with IWCF Testing and Simulation Assessment:
5 days, Monday - Friday
Upon Request Upon Request Upon Request Upon Request

Phone 504.361.8282 Fax 504.361.5551 Email staff@wellcontrol.com Web www.wellcontrol.com

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Traveling Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Traveling Class Calendar USA Schedule


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1
January 2005
2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Billings, Mt Drilling / Combo
Drilling (1st 3 days) or Drilling/Workover Combo (5 days)

16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Grundy, VA Drilling only Grundy, VA Drilling only
Gillette, WY Drilling only Gillette, WY Drilling only

23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Riverton, WY Drilling only Riverton, WY Drilling only
Kilgore, TX Drilling only Kilgore, TX Drilling only
Wineld, WV Drilling only
30 31
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

31 1 2 3 4 5
Ft. Smith, AR Drilling only Ft. Smith, AR Drilling only
Wineld, WV Drilling only Wineld, WV Drilling only

Western Region 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Oklahoma City, OK Drilling only Oklahoma City, OK Drilling only
Central Region
Cody, WY Drilling only Cody, WY Workover only
Eastern Region
Ripley, WV Drilling only Ripley, WV Workover only

Well Control IADC WellCAP 13 14 15 16 17 18 Stuck 19


Cody, WY Drilling Workover Combination
Certication / 2 years Pipe
Buckhannon, WV Drilling only Buckhannon, WV Drilling only

CPR & First Aid Medic Integrated


Certication / 2 years 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
Casper, WY Drilling only Casper, WY Drilling only
Stuck Pipe WCS Certicate of Denton, TX Drilling only Denton, TX Drilling only
Completion

27 28
February

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Traveling Schedules

Traveling Class Calendar USA Schedule


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2 3 4 5
Abilene, TX Drilling only Abilene, TX Drilling only
New Comerstown, OH Drilling only New Comerstown, OH Drilling only

6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Casper, WY Drilling only Casper, WY Drilling only
Midland, TX Drilling only Midland, TX Drilling only
Indiana PA - Drilling only (9AM) Indiana PA - Drilling only (9AM)

13 14 15 16 17 18Stuck 19
Casper, WY Drilling Workover Combination Pipe
Midland, TX - Drilling Workover Combination
Meadville, PA Drilling only Meadville, PA Drilling only

20 21 22 23 24 25 26
Meadville, PA Drilling Workover Combination
Corpus Christi, TX Workover only Corpus Christi, TX Drilling only
Dickinson, ND Drilling only Dickinson, ND Drilling only

27 28 29 30 31
March
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2
April
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Clare, MI Drilling only Clare, MI Drilling only
Williston, ND Drilling only Williston, ND Drilling only

10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Cadillac, MI Drilling Workover Combination
Williston, ND Drilling only Williston, ND Drilling only

17 18 19 20 21 22 23
CPR &
Williston, ND Drilling Workover Combination
First Aid

1 st quarter
2 nd quarter 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Buckhannon, WV Drilling only Buckhannon, WV Drilling only
3 quarter
rd

4 th quarter

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Traveling Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Traveling Class Calendar USA Schedule


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Casper, WY Drilling only Casper, WY Drilling only
Buckhannon, WV Drilling Workover Combination

8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Dufeld, VA Drilling only Dufeld, VA Drilling only
Rock Springs, WY Drilling only Rock Springs, WY Drilling only

15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Rock Springs, WY Drilling only Rock Springs, WY Workover only

22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Stuck CPR &
Rock Springs, WY Drilling Workover Combination Pipe First Aid

May
29 30 31 1
Tyler, TX Drilling only

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

30 31 1 2 3 4
June Tyler, TX Drilling only Tyler, TX Drilling only

Western Region
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Central Region
Henderson, TX Drilling only Henderson, TX Drilling only
Eastern Region Loveland, CO Drilling only Loveland, CO Drilling only

Well Control IADC WellCAP 12 13 14 15 16 17 18


Certication / 2 years Fort Smith, AK Drilling only Fort Smith, AK Drilling only
Loveland, CO Drilling Workover Combination
CPR & First Aid Medic Integrated
Certication / 2 years
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
Stuck Pipe WCS Certicate of Oklahoma City, OK Drilling only Oklahoma City, OK Drilling only
Completion Rie, CO Drilling only Rie, CO Drilling only

26 27 28 29 30

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Traveling Schedules

Traveling Class Calendar USA Schedule


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2
July
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Vernal, UT Drilling only Vernal, UT Workover only

10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Rock Springs, WY Workover only Rock Springs, WY Drilling only

17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Casper, WY Drilling only Casper, WY Drilling only
Oklahoma City, OK Drilling only Oklahoma City, OK Drilling only

24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Fort Smith, AK Drilling only Fort Smith, AK Drilling only

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Loveland, CO Drilling only Loveland, CO Drilling only

1 st quarter

28 29 30 31
August
2 nd quarter
3 rd quarter Grand Junction, CO Drilling only

4 th quarter

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Traveling Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Traveling Class Calendar USA Schedule


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2 3
September Grand Junction, CO Drilling only

4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Vernal, UT Drilling only Vernal, UT Drilling only

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Rock Springs, WY Drilling only Rock Springs, WY Drilling only

25 26 27 28 29 30 1
Casper, WY Drilling only Casper, WY Drilling only

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1
October
Western Region
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Central Region CPR &
Casper, WY Drilling Workover Combination First Aid
Eastern Region

Well Control IADC WellCAP 9 10 11 12 13 14 15


Certication / 2 years

CPR & First Aid Medic Integrated


Certication / 2 years
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
CPR &
Williston, ND Drilling Workover Combination
Stuck Pipe WCS Certicate of First Aid

Completion

23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Williston, ND Drilling only Williston, ND Drilling only

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Rie, CO Drilling only Rie, CO Drilling only

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Traveling School Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

WCS brings you quality training and certication while minimizing your costs.
If your personnel cannot attend classes at one of our US or South American training
facilities, WCS will conduct in-house courses at the location of your choice, using
industry recognized training materials.
Arkansas Montana Texas
Residence Inn Ponderosa Inn Wingate Inn
3005 S. 74th Street 2511 1st Ave. North 2421 ESE Loop 323
Forth Smith, AR 72903 Billings, MT 59101 Tyler, TX 75701
479.478.8300 406.259.5511 903.566.0600
Best Western
Colorado North Dakota 1500 Hwy 259 South
Rusty Cannon Motel Best Western Henderson, TX 75654
701 Taughenbaugh 71 Museum Drive 903.657.9561
Rie, CO 81650 Dickinson, ND 58601 Holiday Inn Express
970.625.4004 701.225.9510 3298 US Hwy 259 - N
Grand Vista Inn Airport International Hotel Kilgore, TX 75662
2790 Crossroads Blvd. Hwy 2 85 North 903.986.3533
Grand Junction, CO 81506 Williston, ND 58801 Best Western Suites
800.800.7796 701.774.0241 2910 W. University Dr.
Best Western Denton, TX 76201
5542 East US Hwy 34 Oklahoma 940.591.7726
Loveland, CO 80537 La Quinta Inn
Regency Inn
970.667.7810 800 S. Meridian
3450 S. Clack
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Abilene, TX 79606
Ohio 405.942.0040
800.676.7262
Hampton Inn
200 Morris Crossing Pennsylvania Holiday Inn
4300 W. Hwy 80
Newcomerstown, OH 43832 Comfort Inn
Midland, TX 79703
740.498.9800 1350 Indian Springs Rd.
432.697.3181
Indiana, PA 15701
Michigan 724.465.7000 Ramada Inn
5501 IH-37 @ McBride Ln.
Doherty Hotel & Conv. Cntr. Holiday Inn Express
Corpus Christi, TX 78408
604 N. McEwan St. 18240 Conneaut Lake Rd.
361.289.5861 ext. 402
St. Clare, MI 48617 Meadville, PA 16335
800.525.4115 814.724.6012
West Virginia
Best Value Inn
5676 West M-55 Utah Hampton Inn
Weston Plaza/Stockmans Restaurant One Commerce Blvd.
Cadillac, MI 49601
1684 West Hwy 40 Buckhannon, WV 26201
800.654.8375
Vernal, UT 84078 304.473.0900
435.789.9550

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West Virginia continued Virginia continued Holiday Inn


900 East Sunset
Hampton Inn (near Wineld) Comfort Inn
Riverton, WY 82501
4190 State Route 34 US 460 Main St.
307.856.8100
Hurricane, WV 25526 Grundy, VA 24614
304.760.7292 276.935.5050 Best Western/Outlaw Inn
1630 Elk St.
McCoys Best Western
701 W. Main St. Wyoming Rock Springs, WY 82901
Holiday Inn 307.362.6623
Ripley, WV 25271
304.372.9122 1701 Sheridan Ave. Parkway Plaza Hotel
Cody, WY 82414 123 West E St.
Virginia 307.587.5555 Casper, WY 82601
Best Western/Tower Lodge 800.270.7829
Comfort Inn (near Dufeld)
1928B Wildcat Road 109 North US Hwy 14-16
Big Stone Gap, VA 24219 Gillette, WY 82716
276.523.5911 800.762.7375

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