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IWCF Well Intervention Pressure Control Level 2

Testing understanding

  • IWCF expects candidates’ knowledge· IWCF expects candidates’ knowledge and understanding of basic well intervention pressure control to be developed so that they can“competently perform their assigned well control duties” (OGP Report 476).It is insufficient for candidates on any level of course to be simply coached to pass an exam.
  • “The quality of teaching will evolve to ensure learning objectives are met.Training will be taught in line with the stipulated syllabus and it will not be sufficient to base training on “test similar”or “test-identical” exam questions to help personnel pass the written exam”. (OGP Report 476).
Structure of the written test syllabus Learning objectives (formerly “standards”)·
  • The learning objectives in the syllabus are based on the content (subjectmatter) the instructor will teach to meet the requirements of this level.The use of the wording “learningobjective” is in line with the OGPReport 476. It is a broad overview statement of what the participant will be taught during the course.

Course Content

Course Objectives

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