Well Control School offers new IADC WellCAP Snubbing Course
HOUSTON – Well Control School (WCS) has announced the addition of an IADC WellCAP Snubbing Course to its offerings. This competency-based, 5‐day course will focus on well control theories and methods regarding well control in snubbing operations.
The course is designed for experienced, supervisory‐level snubbing personnel and equips them with the latest technology, methodology and industry standards for well control in snubbing operations. The class will be led by an IADC certified instructor and will feature a state‐of‐the‐art simulator to provide hands‐on training utilizing scenarios of well control in snubbing operations.
“Participants in this stand‐alone, IADC WellCAP accredited supervisory‐level course will benefit from the invaluable well control knowledge gained in snubbing operations to enhance operational performance and improve worksite safety,” says Edward Geissler, president of Well Control School.
According to Geissler, participants who successfully complete the course will receive an IADC WellCAP Snubbing Supervisory Level Certificate, an API Certificate and 3.7 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Classes will begin November 12, 2012 in the Houston Training Center. To enroll, visit www.wellcontrol.com or call the Houston Training Center at 713.849.7400.