Stuck Pipe Prevention

This course will cover a practical review of stuck pipe incidents and the techniques employed to prevent its occurrence. Participants will have deep involvement in the analysis and discussion of real cases of stuck pipe events, the root causes and the solutions implemented.
Special attention will be given to the diagnosis of SP condition through the rig warning signs and to the implementation of first actions and remedial procedures (fishing or side tracking), following the evaluation of fishing economics and operational options.
Participants will receive a quick review of stuck pipe problems and their huge impact on the economic and feasibility of drilling projects. The day will move forward with a detailed analysis of stuck pipe mechanisms illustrated with group discussion of case histories and class exercises.
Participants will learn the identification of the stuck pipe mechanisms and the recommended first actions using the tools available, illustrated with group exercises.
Both Hole Cleaning Practices for low and high angle wells, and well-bore stability problems, will be complemented with group exercises, discussions and case history.
Participants focus in the interpretation of Rig Site Warning Signs through real time monitoring of drilling parameters. Then a discussion of Offset Well Analysis as a tool for prevention of stuck pipe events. The day will end with a detailed discussion of the operational practices for stuck pipe avoidance.
Participants will learn additional practices for making connections, tripping procedures, reaming and back reaming operations. The day will continue with selection, installation, and operation of the Drilling Jar, as well as string separation options once the drill pipe becomes stuck.
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Well Intervention Pressure Control

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES
* Certificates for level 2 are valid for 5 years.
* Certificates for Level 3 to 4 are valid for 2 years.
PROGRAMME CONTENT
The certification standards are baed on a detailed analysis of the pressure control noledge required by service equipment operators 8 supervisory personnel in order to perform their jobs.The standard have been devised so that the measurement of their knowledge can be assesed systematically. The method of asessing the knowledge of an individual is by written examination. The following certification options are provided;
* Coiled tubing operations
* Wireline operations
* Snubbing Operation
* Completion Operations ( Compulsory)
* Completion Equipment ( Complusory)
Candidate may combine two or more of the above options in a combined operations certification programme the obtain a combined certifcate candidates must pass each of the operation tets papers that they sit.Content will include
*Equipment
*Completion
*Wireline
*Coiled tubing
*Snubbing
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Drilling Well Control Program

* The Programme is aimed at Persons in well control critical positions on drilling installations a onshore roles.
* Candidates are required to complete on IWCF accredited training course prior to setting assessment.
* Course content will be taugh according to the IWCF syllabus a will prepare candidates for the IWCF examinations Et assessment.
* Assessment for level 2 consists of
* Written testing
* Assessment for level 3 a 4 consists of
* Practical assessment using simulator equipment
* Written testing
* Certificates for level 2 are valid for 5 years.
* Certificates for level 3 & 4 are valid for 2 years.
PRODRAMME STRUCTURE
PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES
Candidates may choose to undertake either surface BOP Operations or Combined surface a subsea operations.
* Level 2 Equivalent to the old introductory level)
* Level 3 equivalent to the old Driller level))
* Level 4 equivalent to the old Supervisor level)
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