How it works
DSIP Candidates will learn and develop through a combination of theoretical classroom studies and practical work on the simulators both as individuals and during group work with IAS Instructor SMEs coaching and mentoring.
The DSIP candidates will also be assessed by the IAS Instructor SMEs and/or IAS Training Development and Competence Manager during the entirety of the program for competence, suitability and performance, the outcome of this final assessment would then be provided to the customer’s management team.
Who is it suitable for?
Organizations who have made an investment with the purchase of simulation technology need to ensure that the personnel who operate the equipment are qualified, competent and capable of delivering highly effective and efficient training.
Due to the rigorous and intense nature of the DSIP programs candidates should be carefully selected and it is advised that organizations should implement a rigorous selection process to ensure that the correct Trainee Instructor has been identified.
Selection should be based on their industry experience and the candidates should be deemed competent in the position they hold and also be confident and able to talk in a classroom environment.
If required the Drilling Systems IAS team can assist with the candidate selection process.
A basic selection procedure should consider the following:
Candidates selected should have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in their selected disciplines in a supervisory position. The following fields of experience would be recommended as a minimum:
Drilling Instructor – Driller, Tool Pusher, Drilling Engineer, OIM.
Must have achieved IWCF Well control level 4 (Supervisor) / IADC WellCap Supervisory level.
Lifting Instructor – Crane Operator, Crane Operator / Deck Foreman, Site Competent Lifting Person.
Must have achieved stage 3 level or equivalent certification.
Well Intervention Instructor – Wireline Supervisor, Coil Tubing Supervisor, Drilling Engineer, Completions Supervisor.
Must have achieved the standard of IWCF / IADC certification for the programs in which they would be expected to teach.