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Lead the classroom development and on-going maintenance of all training programs, course materials (theoretical and practical), procedures and assessments to satisfy the client and Awarding Body requirements Assist the senior instructor in selecting and recruiting a suitable team of technicians. Ensure that the equipment in the workshops and laboratories are suitable and adequate in number to complement the training and assessment Assist in identifying and sourcing suitable redundant equipment from Operating Companies for training purposes. Assist in developing written and performance tests for assessing specialized training programs. Present power point presentation to company staff in nonteaching days. Deliver Training Assess trainee portfolios to the agreed External Verifier and Awarding Body standards Assist in the training, development, and certification of trainees as NVQ Assessors. Ensure standards of all programs he is responsible for are maintained. In coordination with the Senior Instructor, implement a suitable Assessment, Internal Verification and Quality Assurance system to meet Awarding Body requirements and ensure that the quality of the programs is maintained. Implement policies and procedures to ensure Quality Control is managed professionally and effectively. Develop and manage teaching and assessment schedules. Discipline the trainees he is responsible for when required. Coach and train technicians where required. Compile daily, weekly and monthly reports as required. Be active in suggesting ways of continually improving the training programs. Uphold the SPSP Quality Policy Any other duties as reasonably required by SPSP Management. Maintain required qualifications for teaching IWCF and IADC well control classes.· Maintain expertise in subject areas and recommend improvements in curriculum design. Greet and treat clients with respect in person, on the telephone, and electronically. Maintain confidential information. Facilitate IWCF and IADC Well Control training Courses. Update IWCF/IADC training records. Liaise closely with IWCF and IADC organisations. Develop and deliver other appropriate training courses, including all material. Assist with scheduling training courses to meet operational requirements for internal company customers and external clients, maximising DART utilisation. When required program simulator with appropriate well models. Support and take active role in maintenance and up-grades to the simulator systems and equipment. Fluids, pressure, and U-tube theory. Primary and secondary well control. Handling special situation kicks (on-bottom, off-bottom, out of the hole). Well control equipment description, operation and problems. Additional Required Qualifications: Speak, read, and write the English language. Ability to travel both domestically and internationally. Skilled in the practical applications of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point. Dedicated and hard-working. Preferred Qualifications: A minimum of five years of experience (driller-level or above), or Engineering Degree with related oil and gas industry experience. Qualified and certified for teaching IWCF and IADC Well Control classes.