- Drilling for Non Drill Crews
- General Information
- Use and Application of Drilling Fluids
- Wellscreens, Sieve Analysis and Gravel Packing
- Safe and Productive Diamond Core Drilling
- An Introduction to Drilling and Sampling on Contaminated Sites
- Safe and Productive use of High Pressure Air
- Quality, Safety and Operations Manual
- HDD Operations and Safety Manual
Courses are run in a relaxed manner and students will be encouraged to share their experiences and learn from each other. All presenters are highly skilled and come from the drilling industry. They have a wealth of practical experience and, as industry experts, ensure that the latest techniques and information are passed on to students.
A student should have a reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy; and generally be able to perform basic mathematical calculations.
Course numbers are limited to 15 people to ensure that each student’s needs are looked after, and explanations are understood.
Progress is monitored during the course by the use of questionnaires, which are checked to ensure that the learning has been achieved. All students who achieve a satisfactory assessment will receive a Certificate of Attainment.
Each student receives a comprehensive reference manual, which contains a full set of notes on each module in the course. The training consists of analysis, explanation and discussion on the various topics, using overheads, diagrams, models, etc., and is generally supported by practical examples and syndicate discussions.
The fees for each course include reference manuals, morning and afternoon teas, and lunch. The course fee does not include accommodation.
For detailed information, please contact Association’s Federal Office