RIIMPO338D – Conduct Rigid Haul Truck Operations
How good is this dump truck training course?
- This type of training is just what you need
- The dump trucks you will be driving are one of the biggest trucks in Australia you can currently learn on.
- The trainers are seasoned dump truck drivers with experience that you can tap into
- This course is held on a working coal mine and most of the time you will be driving in the proximity of other mining machinery; this is amazing experience for you, unlike you’ll never experience anywhere else – because you’ll be learning on a real mine site
What makes this dump truck good value?
- It is a 1 day RIIMPO338D Conduct Rigid Haul Truck Operations course on a live mine site
- You learn on big MINE size dump trucks
- You will work among other mining machinery in a pre-strip environment
- You learn HOW to get a job (step-by-step guides)
- You learn industry RADIO commands
- You learn about MINING not just driving
- You learn how to CONFORM to mine site rules at all times
What you need to know?
- You will be learning on operating one of the biggest mining trucks.
- You get used to driving large equipment on a working mine site.
- You will complete this course and leave with the confidence to operate large machinery safely.
- This training will give you a massive boost when applying for jobs.
You will be more employable because you will have the skills, experience and have attained a nationally recognised qualification: RIIMPO338D Conduct Rigid Haul Truck Operations.
The dump truck training course is held at New Chum, on a real coal mine – a short drive west of Brisbane Queensland.
There are a number of challenging road conditions, manouvers and skills tests to really build your operational skills. Plus you will be working among other plant and equipment.
You will be driving big, and we mean BIG haul trucks.
This course is nationally recognised in Australia
You will get the national unit of competency for haul trucks. – this will look great on your resume.
RIIMPO338D - Conduct Rigid Haul Truck Operations
Are all dump trucks the same?
There are many different sizes, makes and models of dump truck that are used on different mine sites across Australia, although they all function relatively the same. The most common dump trucks are Caterpillar (CAT) and Komatsu.
Many mine sites use a wide range of dump trucks, some are new and some are older model trucks; some are diesel powered and some are electric/hybrids, however, their basic operation remains the same.
How much is the training course?
Are there plenty of jobs for dump truck operators?
That’s a question we often get asked and the answer is, there are always jobs available for good dump truck operators.
We have collected a list of dump truck operator jobs from Workpac; and here is another big list of dump truck jobs in QLD, NSW and WA from JobSeeker. Take the time to research these jobs and see for yourself just how many opportunities are available.
When you’ve completed the training, we will also give you an eBook on how to go about finding jobs online, how to spot the good ones and how to create a good resume to target dump truck operations – even if you have limited experience.
More reasons to complete a haul truck course
- You get the benefits of the real mine site with a purpose-built training centre (it prepares you for working in a mining environment).
- This is a carefully designed, intensive course for maximum time behind the wheel.
- Enjoy high-level instruction on defensive driving, including skidpan control lessons.
- Practice on a huge purpose-built haul road, complete with challenging terrain and other plant and equipment operating nearby.
- Learn advanced emergency braking techniques to show employers you can handle their multi-million dollar trucks.
- This course features RII (Black Coal Competencies), so you can work in a lot more coal and metaliferous mines.
- The nationally recognised unit of competency RIIMPO338D – Conduct Haul Truck Operations mean you can work anywhere in Australia and it’s a great addition to your resume.
The next step – book your spot online now.
As iMINCO is an information provider and not an RTO, we utilise the training and industry experience of Tectra Australia Pty Ltd / RTO number: 40889, who are a leading provider of mining training.