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Chief Executive Officer: Virginia Hilliard
Australian Drilling Industry Training Committee (ADITC) is a not-for-profit industry organisation that exists to improve the skills and professionalism of the drilling industry. ADITC was formed in 1978, and has been in continuous operation ever since. For more information:

ADITC formally represents all sectors of the Drilling Industry in matters related to vocational training and qualifications and ADITC is the peak body of the peak bodies for this. We have national responsibility to the industry for the direction of industry training and qualifications for the Drilling Industry in Australia.

ADITC Logo We provide a number of services to support national waterwell driller licensing, including developing and holding national driller licensing examinations, providing supportive and relevant training courses and chairing the National Uniform Driller Licensing Committee (NUDLC) which is the managing body for driller licensing. We also publish The Drilling Manual which is the authoritative, main reference book for drilling, especially waterwell. For more information about water bore driller licensing, phone 02 9428 3444 or see

ADITC provides a comprehensive distance learning course which is tailored for waterwell drillers, in plain English. We are trusted as a provider of formal, national qualifications and short courses in drilling. It is the only registered training organisation which provides qualifications at all levels and for all sectors of the drilling industry in all states, and overseas. Contact us for easy information about getting national Australian drilling qualifications on 02 9428 3444 or at