Well Control Group
IWCF & IADC Certified Well Control School

IWCF Well Intervention - Level 2

Introduction to Well Control for Well Intervention Personnel

TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE, A CANDIDATE NEEDS TO PROVIDE 

IWCF Candidate Registration (CR) Number.

*If a candidate does not yet have an IWCF CR Number, they must register their details online in order to generate their unique 6-digit CR Number: https://www.iwcf-forum.org/newcandidate

Please be advised that if a candidate is from or is currently living/working in an embargoed or sanctioned country according to EU regulations, IWCF must be informed in advance and additional information may be required in order to proceed with a training application.


Introduction

The aim of this course is to develop the candidate’s knowledge and understanding of well intervention pressure control.

Please visit the IWCF website for information about the program and the full course syllabus.


Requirements

Prior certification is not required but previous direct or indirect involvement in well intervention operations is assumed. Please get in touch with us to discuss candidate suitability if you have any questions.


Designed For

The Level 2 (Introductory) course is designed for candidates currently working in roles which may directly contribute to the creation, detection or control of an unplanned well influx during live well intervention work. This training and certification is recommended for those working in roles such as non-supervisory Wireline, Coiled Tubing, and Snubbing personnel or any other wellsite non-critical intervention personnel.

To view the full list of recommended job titles, please refer to the IWCF website: www.iwcf.org/programmes


Course Delivery

Courses are offered every week in both Western and Eastern Canada and begin the Monday of each week. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss a customized schedule.

The course is delivered through presentation of a series of lectures and in class exercises, supplemented by further self-study exercises. The course is delivered over 4 days and includes IWCF written assessments on the final day.


Certification

The following certification options are provided and are made up of compulsory and optional components:

Completion Operations (compulsory)
Completion Equipment (compulsory)

Coiled Tubing Operations (optional)
Wireline Operations (optional)
Snubbing Operations (optional)

Candidates must attempt both compulsory components and one or more optional component in a combined certification programme. However, to obtain a combined certificate, candidates must pass each component with a pass mark of 70% or above. Doing so will result in the IWCF Level 2 certification which is valid for five years.