ADITC provides national qualifications for drilling, by training and by formal assessment processes. Anyone currently working in the industry is eligible for a qualification.
Anyone is eligible to apply for the distance learning training that ADITC offers for people who are new to the industry (the DICAT Course).
This section contains information about the qualifications which are available, and about how to apply to get them.
ADITC registers qualified assessors to help in the training and assessment process. This section contains information about how to apply to be an assessor.
If you need to source an assessor in your area of drilling work, contact ADITC for referral.
This section provides
- examples of how employers use the qualifications for themselves or their employees
- simple information about how the Australian qualifications structure works, and
- simple information about funded training.
If you’ve lost your certificate in the Katherine floods and need another copy; if you need to check that a qualification is genuine, look here.