Overview

Cameron Drilling Systems offers an extensive catalog of product training to prepare participants to effectively operate, maintain, and troubleshoot the Cameron Pressure Control and Rig Equipment product lines.

Pressure Control Equipment training encompasses courses on drill-through equipment and control systems that are essential to managing and containing wellbore pressure during drilling.

Rig Equipment training is comprised of courses on the machines and systems used to handle wellbore tubulars, lift the drill string, and rotate the drill string to drill a well.

These courses can be tailored to your training needs with consideration towards your rig scope, participant discipline, and attendance capacity.

Drilling Training

Delivery

Training sessions may be conducted at customer locations or our recommended training centers.

Drilling Systems Training maintains a training location in Houston Texas to support Pressure Control Equipment training. This facility has equipment to support hands-on training objectives related primarily to BOP Control Systems. Learners attending a MKIII Multiplex BOP control system course here will have the opportunity to re-build pod valves, interface with the HMI, performs electrical tests on a Subsea Electronics Module, and more.

The Kristiansand Norway Training Center supports primarily Rig Equipment Training. This facility hosts iron roughnecks, a PLC work station and more. These fully functional machines allow for practical hands on hydraulic, mechanical, and software training. This location features an immersive XCOM drilling simulator theater to recreate real life drilling operator scenarios.

The team in Kristiansand also supports Rig Equipment Training worldwide using a portable X-COM 2.0 simulator. This simulator allows Drilling Systems training to conduct practical hands-on training for personnel who cannot conveniently attend training in Kristiansand.

Drilling Training

Course Registration

Drilling Systems primary conducts instructor led courses to encourage student interaction and guide discussions to promote critical thinking. The comprehensive final exam requires a score of 70% to receive a certificate of completion.

A basic understanding of the oil & gas industry should be acquired before course attendance. It is also recommended that an intermediate level of hydraulics and/or electrical theory knowledge be gained to take full advantage of the Drilling Systems Training learning experience.

For course bookings and inquiries, contact drillingtraining@slb.com.