RIG TECHNICAL TRAINING

 

 

To achieve optimal outcomes trainees are grouped in three categories with customized solutions to cover the job requirements. The groups are Operations , Mechanical Maintenance and Electrical Maintenance.

Our training methodologies include:

CLASSROOM TRAINING

Classroom training is the practice of training between an instructor and students, either individuals or groups. In this method instructors are delivering training in a lecture or classroom format with the latest teaching technologies and support, as an interactive workshop or as a demonstration with the opportunity for learners to practice. The classroom training can be held either at the Drillmec headquarters in Italy, or at the client’s facilities worldwide.

ON FIELD TRAINING

On field training helps to develop the career of the individuals, optimize the rig crew performance, and it is a form of training provided at the rig site. During the training, the trainees get familiar with the working environment they will become part of. 
On field training has been proven to remarkably increase operator productivity and substantially reduce rig and equipment downtime while increasing safety awareness. 

SIMULATOR TRAINING

Simulation training involves the use of models to reproduce the real-world scenarios where the students can learn how to perform tasks and activities. Drillmec Training & Well Control Center is equipped with full scale simulators for Conventional and Hydraulic Hoisting Rigs and Downhole portable simulators for Well Control and Well Intervention Pressure Control courses. The Drillmec simulators are equipped with streaming and debriefing functions, which improve the feedback and students performance. 

COMPUTER BASED TRAINING

CBT is an interactive multimedia application which can be downloaded and installed on the personal Android or Windows based devices of the trainees, providing constant tracking via server.
The students will navigate an interactive application, implemented with the training materials, to enrich their technical understanding thanks to various multimedia content.