“Roustabout” is an official classification of natural oil and gas rig personnel. They typically perform various jobs requiring little training. An oil roustabout has no limits in the oil industry and can, and will do any and all oil field work, including roughneck drilling, oil well completion and well service, and even chemical work. However, they frequently turn out to be long-term employees and take on more difficult and sometimes dangerous jobs as they gain experience. Most go on to at least become “roughnecks” if they work for the rig company for more than a few months. Eligibilities include beginners to start their oil & gas career with limited supervision. It is preferred to have a successful completion of high School Diploma or equivalent. assistant driller to drilling manager. The course is taught by hole-intervals starting with top-hole problems related to big-hole and normal pressure. After an appropriate casing string has been set, drilling continues into the abnormal pressure zone and heavy mud practices and problems are discussed. Well control is introduced as one of the drilling problems and taught by hole-interval, with training enhanced by hands-on simulator practice. Associated problems such as lost circulation and stuck pipe are discussed along with well control. IWCF and IADC Level 4-Supervisory Well Control certifications are offered through this course. Students must select which certification they desire when enrolling in the course. They may also choose to take this course without certification. instructor will assess the student’s operational or technical strengths or weaknesses through evaluations based on their performance.