Australian Drilling Industry Association (ADIA) represents the onshore drilling industry to the federal government and multiple industry stakeholders.

ADIA is on numerous boards and committees that focus on improving training standards across industry. For example, Energy Skills Queensland and NSW ITABs (Industry Training Advisory Bodies).

We are a member of SkillsDMC which is the body responsible for managing the drilling industry’s skills competency standards and workforce development strategies.

SkillsDMC produces the globally recognised RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package.

ADIA occupies positions on SkillsDMC’s Drilling Industry Reference Committee (IRC).

ADITC partnership
We have formed a partnership with the Australian Drilling Industry Training Committee (ADITC) to deliver driller training in Western Australia.

ADITC offers a wide range of professional training services including:

  • waterwell licensing;
  • driller certificate qualifications;
  • RPL (recognition of prior learning); and
  • courses in mud techniques, screens and gravel packs and cement grouting.

For more information, visit the ADITC website.