Today’s drilling environment demands that training providers like Smith Mason & Co can understand, develop and deliver a true training partner relationship. This involves incorporating a continuous feedback loop into well control training to improve engagement with students, as well as conducting periodic audits/assessments. It is also important to ensure that courses don’t set out to only meet a minimum standard, said Marcus Mason, CEO of Smith Mason & Co, at the 2019 IADC Well Control Conference of the Americas in Galveston on 27 August. In this video with DC, Mr Mason discusses current training challenges and the increasing use of interactive learning and dynamic risk assessments. Watch the video for more information.
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