IC allows geoscientists to easily incorporate and visualise numerous forms of data, facilitating an informed interpretation of the subsurface geology. The result is more efficient interpretation workflow, better data quality control (QC) and higher quality presentations.
This unique Lloyd's Register developed course provides both experienced and novice users with enhanced skills in IC. The understanding gained will enable the user to make full use of the software. The course covers all the major functionality of the system using real-world examples and industry-based exercises. At the end, the user will have covered all major aspects of the IC Basic Module and prepared to work confidently in the system.
Who should attend?
Anyone who uses or wants to use IC. While aimed at beginners, the course will also benefit those who have experience of IC but wish to broaden their practical knowledge of the software. Typical target audiences for the IC fundamentals are geologists and data managers.
Course participants will learn all major functionality in the IC Basic Module, including:
- data load, export, QC and management
- creating and editing wellsticks
- interpreting data
- mapping, bubble maps and geographic information system (GIS)
- creating correlations, montages and presentations
During the course attendees will be given the opportunity to ask questions, watch demonstrations and complete step-by-step exercises from our manual to get the most from this course.
For more information on the modules covered in this course please see our course PDF