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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.
Being "fit for work" is one of your legal obligations in the mining industry. You will be expected to be "fit for work" for this training. You should be well rested and prepared to participate. Drug and alcohol testing is conducted as part of the training in the same way as it will be conducted on many mine sites. Employers are advised of results. During the course you will also be required to extinguish an actual fire, so you should come dressed in appropriate clothing.
2 Days of contact for classroom component to gain RTC ID Card PLUS evidence gathering at site after the course to issue final statements of attainment as per the specific requirements of the Qld Department of Mines (Please Note: this site evidence needs to be completed within 6 months of the date of training or re-attendance for training may be required)
To provide an introduction to working in the mining industry
- start participants on the path to completing the requirements laid out in Recognised Standard 11.
- prepare participants to work with the safety and health management system on a surface mine
*The RTC Induction – Standard 11 Surface is a program owned and managed by the Resources Skills Council Inc (RTC). NOST is a member of the association and is licensed by RTC to deliver the program.
Class room based delivery at our venue, or delivered specifically for clients at their venue and contextualised to the client’s specific systems.
This learning program has two components:
- Classroom based training and assessment to issue the RTC ID Card with photo
- Submission of site based practical evidence in order to be issued with a statement of attainment (Please Note: this site evidence needs to be completed within 6 months of the date of training or re-attendance for training may be required)
In combination, the two components of the learning program meet the requirements of the following national units of competency from the RII20213 Certificate II in surface extraction operations released 7 Dec 2014::
- RIIWHS201 Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
- RIIERR205 Apply initial response first aid
- RIIGOV201 Comply with site work processes/procedures
- RIIRIS201 Conduct local risk control
- RIICOM201 Communicate in the workplace
- RIIERR302 Respond to local emergencies and incidents
Resources Training Council
National On Site Training is a proud member of the Resources Training Council.
Members of RTC are committed to a quality product that meets all the requirements of the AQTF and the specific requirements of the Department of Mines in Queensland. The RISA product even meets the requirement for assessment in the actual workplace as required by the Chief Inspector of Mines in Queensland.