Short Courses

Friday June 25th, Saturday 26th, and Sunday 27th, 2021 | Two/ Three- Day Training Courses
Early Bird Special runs until March 31st, 2021.


Short Courses

Early Bird (USD)

Price after March 31st (USD)

IADC WellSharp Introductory Well Control

Members: $300 per course

Non-Members: $400 per course

Members: $350 per course

Non-Members: $450 per course

Digital Transformation/Disruption Workshop
Agile Project Management

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For more info contact us at or at 1-868-717-7388.

IADC WellSharp Introductory Well Control

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th

Training Provider: In-Depth Drilling Solutions Limited

Course Description: This three-day course is designed to lay a solid foundation in well control for personnel involved in drilling operations who have a responsibility for detecting a kick. It includes kick prevention, kick detection, and well monitoring.

Audience: This course provides basic well control knowledge for Roustabouts, Roughnecks, Derrick Workers, Junior Engineers and office-based personnel who require a basic level of well control.

Digital Transformation/Disruption Workshop

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th

Training Provider: Anthony Aming

Course Description: This workshop will focus on an introduction to Digital Transformation and Disruption. Topics that would be covered would include definition of Digital Transformation from different perspectives, the value, the challenges, case studies and the future of Digital Transformation.

Audience: This course will be especially beneficial for Project managers, senior managers and others who will manage and be involved in digital transformation projects, C-level managers in charge of digital transformation and pioneers who want to start a digital transformation within their company.

Agile Project Management

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th

Training Provider: Radient Project Management Services Limited

Course Description: Agile Project Management is a flexible, iterative and adaptable form of project management that was conceived when Project Managers, particularly in the information technology industry, realised that the traditional project management methodology was sometimes inflexible to meet the challenging timelines of product to market. Since then, Agile has been embraced by many industries, mainly those in rapidly changing markets and technology, and where increased innovation and time to market mean the difference between corporate success and failure.

One form of Agile project management has become widely popular, i.e. SCRUM, which embraces change, recognising that Clients do not always know exactly what they want delivered early in a project life. SCRUM agile uses adaptive methods to create high valued products in short iterative cycles, rather than the traditional project management method of final product delivery at the end of the project. In this way, customer value is delivered incrementally and adds value immediately to the corporation!

Consequently, unlike traditional project management, Agile focuses less on detailed, up front planning, especially when there are many unknowns, and immediate high valued tasks are completed before moving onto other tasks that can be worked on. Any changes in scope or requirements are managed in the next iteration cycle. The short iterative cycles of work allow for flexibility in scope changes.

Audience: This highly interactive Project Management course will provide an introduction to Agile Project Management using the SCRUM methodology for managing projects and will allow the participants to work in teams, using case studies to reinforce their learnings.

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