A full Certificate IV qualification comprising of 16 Units of Competency (8 Core and 8 Electives). This program is aimed at personnel with several years’ experience in underground mining operations, and wishing to progress their career into supervisory roles. Although not mandatory, ideally candidates have a Cert II or III in mining-related Units of Competency and/or a BEUL (Blast End User Licence). This course is designed to meet the mandatory requirements of the NSW Resource Regulator so candidates can then apply for the Statutory Certificate of Competency as an Underground Mining Supervisor.
To obtain this qualification, candidates must successfully complete the required assessment tasks.
The on-line course provides the candidate access to all the training material and assessments required to be completed. It is self paced and requires the candidate to drive their own progress. Ocurrio will provide remote support and guidance through emails. There is no face-to-face time. This delivery method may be more suitable to a very experienced individual who is wanting to get their stat ticket in NSW and there are no public courses. Contact us though because we conduct a range of face-to-face sessions at mine sites and those companies may approve for you to attend!
This is our preferred and most sought after format. A typical program will involve a minimum of 10 days face-to-face training over 5-6 months (e.g.) 2 days a month for 5 months. The program can be tailored for the level experience of the candidates and the site requirements. The program includes:
3 x Specialist Guest Speakers provided by the mining company for the topics:
This allows plenty of learning opportunities with our very experienced trainer but also time to practice and apply the skills back in the workplace between classes. The final day is for the candidates to present their improvement projects that have been selected by the candidates and endorsed by the company on real aspects at their workplace that can be improved (e.g. safety innovation, new procedure etc.)
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This qualification reflects the role of individuals such as supervisors or team leaders, working in underground metalliferous mines, who perform tasks involving a broad range of varied activities, most of which are complex and non-routine. They are responsible for the quantity and quality of the output of others, contribute to the development of technical solutions to non-routine problems and apply mine management plans to the workplace. This qualification is not applicable to coal mining.
RII40320 – Certificate IV in Underground Metalliferous Mining Operations (Release 2)
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