- Operators and drilling contractors can be confident that their rig crews have undergone suitable instruction, resulting in an internationally recognized training certificate. They are also able to reduce costs previously caused by duplicate training and have access to training documentation and records.
- Governments and regulatory bodies benefit from measurable standards, the establishment of core curriculum and job skill guidelines, and an industry-administered program of self regulation.
The training provider obtains recognition by meeting industry-developed benchmark standards for quality and training
- The training provider obtains recognition by meeting industry-developed benchmark standards for quality and training
- The industry overall has access to continuously-updated curriculum guidelines for a variety of rig operations. Curriculum has been developed for drilling, workover and completion, well servicing, coiled tubing, snubbing, wireline operations and underbalanced operations
WellCAP requires adherence to a core curriculum as well as both written and simulator testing.
WellCAP has been adopted by the Offshore Operators Committee (OOC) in the United States to comply with Subpart O well control training regulated by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM).
WellCAP has achieved worldwide-acceptance in the governments of Norway, UK, Netherlands, Brazil, Mexico, India, Australia, Japan, China.
WellCAP has also been adopted as the world-class internal training standard for:
National Oil Companies
- Arabian Drilling
- Caspian Drilling
- Diamond Offshore
- KCA Deutag
- Pride International
- Exxon Mobil
- Occidental Petroleum