Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling rig training
Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling’s specialist courses and workshops are specifically designed to help reduce your business risk and improve the competence of your staff and organization
Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling has been a rig inspection service provider in the drilling industry for almost 25 years and has conducted over 5,000 drilling rig condition surveys globally. During these years, Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling has gained a vast amount of industry specific knowledge and expertise regarding the drilling assets used, the tools, techniques and working methods applied. This essential knowledge was used to develop and further professionalize Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling’s other core services in line with the industry demand, such as commissioning services, asset and maintenance management services, (Q)HSE services and training services.
Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling training services are unique within the drilling industry, as the training portfolio encapsulates all knowledge and expertise gained by Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling over the past two decades. Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling training services have been developed in response to the market demand to design courses specifically aimed at technicians who have had limited or no exposure to the drilling industry or at experienced staff who would like to enhance their knowledge. As Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling’s courses are practical, the knowledge gained can immediately be applied to day-to-day business activities, resulting in direct benefits to both the participants and their employers.
Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling’s courses are IADC accredited for Drilling Industry Training (DIT).
Some of the most popular IADC accredited Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling courses are:
Well control equipment workshop
This workshop teaches the main components of well control, the implications of standards, and recognized symptoms and problems of well control equipment. This workshop is either for surface well control or floating well control equipment.
Who should attend?
This course is intended for personnel involved in drilling operations and working with well control equipment on floating rigs who want to improve their knowledge of well control and subsea-engineering related equipment:
• Rig managers
• Drilling supervisors
• (Assistants) subsea engineers
Subsea Engineers Program
The program trains selected candidates to become subsea engineers. The course teaches planning and executing of routine operations, understanding the system, and planning and performing maintenance and repair. This is a year-long program and requires a significant commitment.
Who should attend?
The program is designed for subsea engineers and assistant or trainee subsea engineers. The structure of the course ensures both experienced or senior and junior subsea engineers will greatly improve their knowledge of equipment in use.
It is advisable the trainees are employed on a drilling rig in a position of subsea engineer or assistant trainee subsea engineer, while following Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling’s subsea engineer program. After each module, the students are requested to complete practical assignments which involve putting into practice the knowledge acquired during the classroom sessions.
Rig inspection workshop
This workshop teaches candidates to recognize the most common and reoccurring deficiencies of a drilling rig, including top drive, mud pumps, well control equipment, etc. Workshops are for land rigs, jack-ups and platform rigs or for floaters.
Who should attend?
New personnel with previous work experience in their trade but little or no knowledge of drilling equipment.
To see the full range of available Lloyd's Register Energy - Drilling training courses please go to: www.Lloyd's Register Energy - Drillingacademy.com