Course Info

  • IWCF Drilling
  • $2,025.00 USD

  • 5 Days

  • 2 Years

  • Instructor Led - Virtual
    Instructor Led - Face to Face

Course Description:

This course is designed to meet industry guidelines through the IWCF™ Level 4 curriculum and learning objectives. It presents a body of knowledge and a set of job skills that can be used to provide subseawell control knowledge and skills for drilling operations.

The course focuses on Well Site Supervisors, Engineers and other Office-based personnel who are primarily involved in the well design and planning process, and/or involved in the designing well barriers for well control. It addresses more advanced principles and theories of well control and presents a variety of well control methods.

Some of the topics covered in this course are: Pressure Basics, Kick Theory, Causes of Kicks, Complications, Gas Migration, Shut-in Procedures, Fluids, Kick Warning Signs, Kill Sheets, BOP Equipment, Constant Bottomhole Pressure Methods, Regulations and BOP Control System.

Notes to Candidates –

All candidates must register for an account on the IWCF FORUM at Once registered and approved by the IWCF, a candidate registration (CR #) number will be issued. The CR # must be provided by the candidate when registering for a well control class, registration must be done ten (10) days prior to start of class.


Target Audience:

  • Drilling Manager
  • Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
  • Rig Superintendent Offshore
  • Toolpusher
  • Drilling/Intervention Wellsite Supervisor
  • Office-based Drilling Supervisors and Drilling Engineers