IADC developing KSAs for oil/gas positions

Posted on 15 March 2012

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Drilling Contractor editorial coordinator Katherine Scott speaks with Mark Denkowski,vice president of accreditation and certification for IADC, on the KSA project.

IADC has initiated the development of Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs) for all oil and gas positions, with assistance from Petrofac in the implementation of the current KSA review and development of new positional KSAs for rig personnel in safety-critical positions with well control responsibilities. A workshop to seek operator and contractor inputs to the KSA project was held at the Hi Con Training Center at NASA on 21 February.

2 Comments For This Post

  1. Clyde Herman Phillip Says:

    We are interested in contributing to the knowledge-based of this initiative since Trinidad & Tobago boast of over 100 years of Oil & Gas experience.

    Regards
    President
    The University Engineering Fraternity
    (868) 762-9109

  2. Ahcene Benmamar Says:

    How could I please register to attend such a training program?

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