Course Outline:
CO1: Drilling, Workover, Completion Plan-Awareness
CO2: Well Control Drills
CO3: Well Control Concepts
CO4: Shut In Procedures & Verification
CO5: Mud & Pit Management
CO6: Post Shut In Monitoring & Activities
CO7: Pre-Recorded Data
CO8: Risk Management
CO9: Kick Prevention during Drilling, Casing & Cementing Operations
CO10: Well Control Methods
CO11: Barriers
CO12: Equipment
CO13: Shallow Gas, Water Flows & Tophole Drilling
CO14: Extract of Subsea Elements
CO15: Abnormal Pressure Warning Signs
CO16: Kick Detection
CO17: Choke Line Friction and Fluid Densities
CO18: Equivalent Circulating Density and Bottomhole Pressure
CO19: Riser Margin
CO20: Gas Behavior
CO21: Shallow Subsea and Fracture Gradients
CO22: Downhole Pressure and Temperature Effects
CO23: Trapped Gas at BOP
CO24: Choke Line Friction
CO25: Displacing Riser Post Kill
CO26: Ballooning Issues
CO27: Handling Gas In The Riser
CO28: Casing and Cementing Operations
CO29: Deadman
CO30: Riser Margin
CO31: Autoshear and Emergency Disconnect System
CO32: Operations Requiring Barriers
CO33: ROV Hot Stab Capability
CO34: Well Flow With Pumps Off
CO35: Pit Gain
CO36: Pump Startup and Shutdown
CO37: Flow Returns Rate Increase
CO38: Trapped Gas At BOP
CO39: Shallow Subsea Fracture Gradients
CO40: Displacing Riser Post Kill
CO41: Drilling and Tripping
CO42: Diverter
CO43: Running Casing/Cementing
CO44: BOP Stack
CO45: Recording Shut In Pressures
CO46: Stack Valves and Wellhead Components
CO47: Differences and Float in String
CO48: BOP Closing Unit and Control Panels
CO49: Riser Flow After Shut In
CO50: ROV Hot Stab Capability
CO51: Emergency Procedures

Learning Objective:
The purpose of the Driller course core curriculum is to define the good control body of knowledge and set of job skills needed by Drillers during drilling operations.

No prerequisite is required for this course.