The mining industry has a strong focus on safety and training. These courses will help you to work safely in your job role and in some cases, meet your legal obligations.

  • Mining - Standard 11 Induction - Refresher (RTC)*

    If you are an experienced mine worker and wish to complete the RRTO Standard 11 Induction, you may be elligible for our 2 hour RPL process. Recognised Standard 11 was introduced in June 2011. The refresher period specified in the Qld Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulations for competency of coal mine workers is five years. NOST is currently offering the Standard 11 Induction RPL for experienced workers seeking to "refresh" their current induction.

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  • Mining - Standard 11 Induction - 3 hr RPL (RTC) *

    Suitability Brisbane, pick your date, pick your time, in and out in 3 hours. If you have an existing induction with current experience, don't sit in a classroom for one or more days, come and complete our RPL process in a couple of hours. Some sites...

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  • Mining - Standard 11 Induction - Surface (RTC)*

    Some sites in Queensland have specific requirements for the customisation of their generic induction training (for example BMA), anyone who is considering enrolling in the Standard 11 Induction is advised to first confirm the specific requirements of their site.

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  • Mining - S123 Supervisor's Competencies

    Suitable and recommended for metalliferous mines as well as coal mines. The units are core to qualifications in the metalliferous and coal sectors. These three units of competency have been specified by the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Board for any person authorised to supervise workers on a coal mine in Queensland.

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  • Mining - G2 Carry out the Risk Management Processes

    This learning program covers the skills and knowledge required to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area, including the application of local hazard identification, formal risk assessment and implementation of risk controls. It includes the monitoring of the system, reporting on implementation issues, communication of processes and systems, and the review and auditing of the risk management processes and systems.

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  • Mining - S1 Apply Risk Management Processes

    This learning program covers the skills and knowledge required to appropriately identify hazards, analyse and assess risks, recommend treatment, contribute to implementation of treatments and to monitor risks. It also covers participation in the preparation, testing and documentation of site work instructions/procedures or equivalent.

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  • Mining - S2 Conduct Safety and Health Investigations

    This learning program covers the skills and knowledge required to conduct safety and health investigative processes at the operational level, including the identification and collection of evidence, the analysis of evidence to identify the reasons for and results of the occurrence or situations, and the identification and documentation of courses of action to resolve and/or prevent re occurrence of the issues or problems.

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  • Mining - S3 Communicate Information

    This learning program covers the skills and knowledge required to function effectively to communicate information with other persons in the mining industry. This includes communicating verbally, communicating in written form, participating in meetings, making presentations, and participating in operational level negotiations.

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  • Mining - G3 Establish and maintain the risk management system

    Commonly referred to as "G3", this learning program covers the skills and knowledge required to design and establish a framework of risk management processes that meets legislative standards and is consistent with your organisations policy objectives. The completed framework will contain a variety of well documented risk assessment tools suited to the risk management practices required for your business. Detailed consideration of and the opportunity to develop a variety of tools will be undertaken as part of the design process. This unit of competency has been specified by the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Board for underground mine managers and site senior executives on coal mines in Queensland.

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