The Diploma of Drilling Oil & Gas (Onshore) (RII50820) is designed for those persons wishing to act in a supervisory role within a land based Oil & Gas Drilling Operation. The program focuses on the tasks performed that involve a high level of autonomy and requires the application of Drilling or Workover downhole program comprehension, significant sound judgement and the ability to plan and coordinate a variety of activities onsite. The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate the application of a broad range of technical, managerial, coordination and planning skills. Whether you’re looking to have your years of experience formally recognised through our unique AWCC RPL process or are needing to upskill for promotional purposes the team at AWCC can help you.
Enrol in your Diploma of Drilling Oil & Gas (Onshore) (RII50820) today and register your place with the Australian Well Control Centres Talent Community for up to date industry information and ongoing job opportunities.
Recognition of Prior Learning, AWCC strongly encourage those candidates that have been working within industry for greater than 3 years to formalise their experience by enrolling in our unique RPL Service. AWCC have designed a program exclusive to AWCC that assists new and experienced persons to achieve their desired qualification outcomes. Our vast networks and industry professionals on staff, who currently occupy senor roles within industry allow our company to provide candidates with the opportunities others cannot.
Participants not enrolling in Recognition of Prior Learning have 12-18 months to complete the Diploma of Drilling Oil & Gas (Onshore) (RII50820) qualification. Typically, candidates finish this qualification well ahead of time due to AWCC’s industry produced and validated resource material and industry professionals who are available for your mentorship every step of the way. This is the AWCC difference!
The information below briefly outlines the packaging rules for this qualification. Successful completion of Twelve (12) units of competency are made up of:
AWCC have packaged the Qualification in accordance with the packaging rules making the candidates transition into learning as seamless as possible. All electives units have been selected to reflect current occupational and learning outcomes in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework for this level of Certificate.
The Diploma of Drilling Oil & Gas (Onshore) (RII50820) is an excellent way to acquire the Diploma of Well Servicing as a number of the completed units within the Diploma of Drilling Oil & Gas (Onshore) (RII50820) can be used as credit transfers. Our highly experience team of industry professionals have designed the Diploma of Drilling Oil & Gas (Onshore) (RII50820) with this in mind. All AWCC resources have been fully validated being written by senior industry personnel who currently oversee and run Drilling and Completions field activities. This significant AWCC point of difference ensures that you are receiving the information you need to progress to the next level with quality information as soon as possible along with the mentoring support you need to succeed.
What does the validation of resources mean?
In 2020 ASQA directed RTO’s to make changes in the Drilling Operations, Drilling Oil and Gas and Well Servicing qualification training packages. These changes are typically recommendations from industry requiring new learning materials to be produced to keep up with new technologies, safety initiatives along with any new and relevant policies and procedures. When this happens Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) need to invest capital and time to create materials that satisfy the new and improved Performance Criteria guidelines set out by Training.Gov. During the period 2020-21 the AWCC RTO has rewritten and validated over 100 units of competency across 11 qualifications earmarked for updating and/or rewriting in the Drilling and Well Servicing training packages.
In general, most RTO’s engage persons trained to be resources writers or persons who are not from the Drilling industry to write resources for the Drilling and Well Servicing type courses. Hence the need for “industry engagement to validate the quality” of the product. Validation is an important process that needs to take place to make sure the course materials presented to students are relevant and meet the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) for learning pathways.
Validation is a process that RTO’s undertake with industry leaders to ensure the learning materials produced are industry relevant and correct and fit for student use. AWCC’s theory materials have been written by our network of full time IWCF Well Control Instructors and currently employed Operations Managers and OCR’s allowing our company to incorporate an ongoing validation process. This means that the AWCC suite of qualifications have been fully validated in record time. The Australian Well Control Centres Drilling and Well Servicing knowledge and industry engagement is second to none.
What does this mean for “you” the student participant?
Any participant enrolling in AWCC qualification program, including the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process are receiving the most “Authentic – Valid – Reliable – Current – Sufficient” theory materials and practical assessments activities on the market today. AWCC recognise the personal commitment that our students make when undertaking adult learning to better themselves or have their work experience formalised by a qualification.
This is why our company have created a unique landscape for learning that is streamlined and created by a team of highly experienced industry professionals that know exactly what you need to succeed and take the next step in your career.
You can view our Student Handbook here before making a decision to train with us.