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New WellCAP instructor qualifications take effect 30 June

Posted on 18 June 2009

 Reminder: The new WellCAP instructor qualifications requirements go into effect at the end of this month.

What this means for accredited training providers:

  • • All new instructor applications must follow the new requirements immediately.
    • All currently approved instructors retain their approval status for the courses, levels and stack qualifications currently held until 30 June 2011. Their current certificates do not expire until 2011.
    • Any request for change in instructor status must follow the new requirements immediately.

Details of the new requirements are documented in Bulletin 09-01, which can be found here.

For additional information, please send an e-mail to Brenda Kelly, IADC director of accreditation and certification programs.

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