Generic Induction - Standard 11 Mining Induction


Mining Induction

2016 update. With the news of coal prices heading skyward and mines reopening, it’s a good time to think about getting a job in the mines. Queensland has a strict WHS policy around personal safety and it is unlike any other State in Australia. As a result of this, all mine workers in Queensland must possess a Standard 11 qualification, which is proof they have completed training to the required standard under government legislation.

The Standard 11 is open to all applicants and is valid for 5 years. Find out more about this training.

Mine workers are classed as any person who has to be on a mine site for the purpose of work. This includes, but is not limited to, process workers, electricians, plumbers, fitters, engineers, architects, cleaning staff, kitchen hands, chefs, office and admin staff, drivers, labourers and managers.

Test your knowledge

and see how you go…take the Standard 11 quiz here.


  • The Mining Induction course is designed by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines, mining employers and follows the Queensland Mines Inspectorate directive. This means what you will learn on this course are the skills and knowledge the mining companies want and NEED you to have.
  • Completion of the course will mean you will have advanced knowledge of Work Health & Safety in a mining environment, keeping you and other mine workers safe from potential injury and harm on a mine site.
  • This mining induction course (Standard 11) also cover metaliferous. This means you can work on more mine sites and quarries and not just coal mines.
  • The training is designed to exceed the safety standards required. We do this to put YOU in the best position to improve your career.
  • The team of trainers have real mining experience which means not only are they excellent trainers, they can also help you understand life in the mines.
  • The Standard 11 is a 2-day, face-to-face training program,with highly practical classes. New starters as well as currently employed people can apply this knowledge, be well-prepared to work safely in a mining environment.
  • The Standard 11 is a Queensland government initiative. It has been passed as a formal piece of legislation. You can view the full government document on the Standard 11 at the bottom of this page.
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Do Your Standard 11 in Townsville

1 Day Standard 11 Mining Induction courses in Townsville.

Have you got recent mining experience and have the need to complete a Standard 11 Mining Induction urgently?

Fast track your Standard 11 with a one-day course at a reduced rate?

Contact iMINCO on (07) 5520 2522 to make a booking

“1 day courses available for people looking at getting into the industry for the first time. CALL TODAY”

The Details

  • RIIRIS201D  Conduct Local Risk Control
    Hazard ID,  control and risk assessment and in a mining environment.
  • RIIERR302D Respond to Local Emergencies and incidents
    Prepare and respond to emergencies in a mine environment.
  • RIIGOV201D Comply with Site Work Processes / Procedures
    Access and apply site safety procedures, apply personal safety measures, maintain personal well-being, and complete relevant reports and forms.
  • RIIWHS201D Work Safely and Follow WHS Policies and Procedures (Requires sign off )
    Working safely and follow WHS policies and procedures, accessing and apply site safety procedures; applying personal safety measures and operational safety measures; maintaining personal well being for job; and identifying and reporting incidents.
  • RIIERR205D Apply Initial Response First Aid
    Assess the situation, apply basic first aid and complete incident reports.
  • RIICOM201D Communicate in the Workplace
    Identify, access and use work site communication systems and equipment, carry out work related communication, and complete written documentation.

Pre-Course Information

There is a pre-course assessment to allow you to download and complete part of the course in your own time. This ensures that you’re going to finish the course with a high level of mining knowledge by covering additional subject material.


Work Place Assessment

You will receive a Statement of Completion certificate after this course along with a photo ID card. You will be given a Work Place Assessment document for the one unit that requires sign off on a mine site. When you return the Work Place Assessment, we will then provide you with a Statement of Attainment and photo ID card which is then valid for 5 years.


What you get.

  • A pre-reading mining safety and information workbook and assessment for you to complete before your course starts
  • A course that is designed to rapidly increase you mining knowledge.
  • Highly practical classes meaning you will be able to apply your mining knowledge and show your employers real skills.
  • The benefits of experienced and engaging trainers to make learning easy.
  • The trainers have real mining experience which means not only are they excellent trainers, they can also help you understand life in the mines.
  • Unlike many other mining training courses, it also cover metalliferous. This means you will have a greater selection of mine sites to work on.

Still not convinced you need to do this course?

Bonus stuff…

  • Complimentary access to Industry Pathways (the Registered Training Organisation who will be running this course) student services website giving you access to highly researched materials that will help you find and apply for mining jobs.
  • Hints on how to create a mining focused resume to really help you get your foot in the door with mining companies.
  • Mining interview tips to give you the confidence to talk to any mining company or recruiter in a positive and authoritative manner which reflects your ability to instantly get on with other people, which is important in mining environment where teamwork is a part of daily mining life.
  • There is a guide to starting a mining career as an apprentice.
  • A discount card for 5% off all mining training courses with Industry Pathways, so you can save even more money on additional courses.
  • Access to a complete lists of mining companies and that highlights over 600 mines including contact details, what they do and addresses.
  • iMINCO Project News. Each week you’ll receive emails about where the mining jobs are, from entry-level mining jobs with no experience through to trades, construction, processing and mine-site management.


This course is run over 2 Days (with pre-course information provided) : $795

What’s next…

Contact iMINCO (07) 5520 2552
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Coal Mining Companies in Qld

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  • Anglo American
  • BMA
  • Rio Tinto
  • Peabody Energy
  • Glencore
  • Jellinbah Group


As iMINCO is an information provider and not an RTO, we utilise the training and industry experience of Industry Pathways (NPN: 32513), who are a leading provider of mining training. Please read the Industry Pathways refund policy before booking this course.


  1. Jamar February 15, 2016 Reply

    Hi I’m not an Australian resident or citizen, I’m from the United Stated & I currently vacation to Australia every summer. I’m looking to relocate to Australia in the near future. Am I eligible to take the standard 11 or introduction course to mining even though I’m not an Australian resident or citizen. I would like to complete some type of training before moving & applying for a mining job.


    • John February 17, 2016

      Hi Jamar, and thank you for your question – it’s a good one. Training courses in Australia can be completed even though you are not a resident or citizen. There are however some requirements you need to attend to before starting training. The Australian government have implemented a new system whereby each student is allocated an ID number called Unique Student Identifier (USI). This number is used to track the entire training records of individuals making it a more streamlined system to keep track of.

      When you are ready to come to Australia permanently, you will be able to use your training qualifications when applying for jobs here.

      iMINCO Mining Information
      r.e. I live overseas, can I do mining training courses even though I am not a resident or citizen?

  2. Andrea October 15, 2015 Reply


    I was just wondering what the expiry is for Standard 11.
    I was issued mine on the 12.10.2011.
    I was advised that it had been extended to five years before
    expiry but I just need to confirm.


    • John October 21, 2015

      Hi Andrea and thanks for your question. The Standard 11 is 5 years expiry yes. However, you may be able to take the Standard 11 refresher course as your current Standard 11 has just expired. Call the training office on (07) 5520 2522 and ask them about the Standard 11 refresher course.

      iMINCO Mining Informatio
      r.e. How long does a Standard 11 last for?

  3. Michelle Anne September 21, 2015 Reply

    Hi, Please send me a list of dates and locations for the S11 course that are being held north of Brisbane for the remainder of the year.

    • John September 24, 2015

      Hi Michelle, you can call the training office on (07) 5520 2522 as the list changes often. You will find all of the information on the locations and dates.


      iMINCO Mining Information
      r.e. Standard 11 Mining Induction Dates North of Brisbane,QLD

  4. Maree Hanmer May 17, 2015 Reply

    I am interested in doing the course. However it states that you need to get on component signed off on a site.
    How can you get that when you are only applying for a position advertised?

    • John May 18, 2015

      Hi Maree, that’s a good question and one I will answer for you. It’s the old problem of chicken before the egg isn’t it? How can you get a job when they ask for experience etc, it’s the same thing.

      However, with the Standard 11 mining induction, you complete the course and will be issued with a Statement of Completion. This is to prove to your future employer that you invested in yourself to get the knowledge and be one of those safety-aware workers who is ready to take on a job in the mines.

      The truth is Maree, to work on a mine site or quarry in Queensland, you must have the Standard 11 – it is a requirement and you can’t get around it.

      The trick to getting your Standard 11 signed off, comes when you get a formal offer of employment from a company. They will be able to sign off on your workplace assessment when you start work. This information is then sent to the registered training organisation that you chose to do your Standard 11 with. Once that has been received and verified, you will be issues with a Statement of Attainment and in most cases you will receive a credit card sized ID to show you have completed the Standard 11.

      Remembering that the qualification is valid for 5 years, the Standard 11 is a good investment. It works out at around $3 a week to be compliant with the latest WH&S qualification.. a small price to pay for your personal safety and peace of mind for the other workers who will be working in close proximity to you.

      Hope that answers your question?


      iMINCO Mining Information
      r.e. Standard 11 workplace assessment sign off

  5. Rede Irwin April 30, 2015 Reply

    Hi, I did an induction for BMA to work in Broadmeadow mine at Moranbah in 2011, I was wondering if that induction would be the one required for this, and if it would still be valid ?

    • John April 30, 2015

      Hi Rede, your BMA induction is valid for 5 years.

      Have you also got a current Standard 11? You can also do a Standard 11 Refresher course if your Standard 11 has not lapsed over 6 months.

      Hope that helps?

      r.e. How log does a BMA induction last?
      iMINCO Mining Information

  6. Caroline April 16, 2015 Reply

    Hi I would like to do the coal course to try get into coal and move back to Qld as I am stuck in WA working no more inter state and need to be back with family! Is there any courses for coal in WA?

    • John April 16, 2015

      Hi Caroline, thanks for your question about the coal course for WA. When you move back to QLD and find work on a coal mine, the Standard 11 is what you need. I’m not sure if there are any courses being run over there as it is not required as you know. Give the training office a call at Industry Pathways on the Gold Coast. They organise a lot of Standard 11’s and there has been a lot of enquiries lately from WA. This iMINCO article on how WA mine workers are rushing back to QLD and are needing a Standard 11

      Give the office a call. Their number is (07) 5520 2522.. they will be able to give you some options on how to study for the mining induction Standard 11.

      iMINCO Mining Information
      r.e. I want to do the coal course (Standard 11 mining induction) but I am based in Western Australia

  7. Jane McCallum January 18, 2015 Reply

    Could you please send me the dates of the course for Brisbane. The induction for mining sites.

    • John January 19, 2015

      Hi Jane. The Brisbane Standard 11 dates you requested. One of our training coordinators will be contacting you shortly about the mining induction course dates.

      r.e. Standard 11 Mining Induction dates Brisbane
      iMINCO Mining Information

  8. Steve November 18, 2014 Reply

    Is a BMA Induction the same as Standard 11?

    • John November 18, 2014

      Hi Steve
      The Standard 11 is a Queensland qualification for the mining industry. The BMA Induction is specific to BMA and is more targeted at being site-specific. This means when you go onto a BMA site you are more familiar with the BMA standard operating procedures, site safety procedures as well as a host of additional policies and compliance requirements.

      Hope that helps?

      r.e. Is a BMA Induction the same as Standard 11?
      iMINCO Mining Information

  9. karen hnga July 30, 2014 Reply

    interested in the generic course and dump loader course for a career in the mines. are these subsided for unemployed people that dint get a lot of cash per fortnight.
    regaurds Karen 🙂

    • John July 31, 2014

      Hi Karen
      These courses are not subsidised by government, so there is little opportunity to do a course. Competition is tight for mining jobs and a lot of people are applying for these jobs. The ones who have the capacity to gain qualifications have a distinct advantage. We are sorry to hear you are having difficulty finding employment at this time. You can also consider looking for entry-level mining jobs. These types of jobs are easier to get than the dump truck operator jobs. If you search Google for entry-level mine jobs, you will find the jobs boards that advertise these jobs. Remembering of course, that these types of jobs will be advertised by contracting companies most of the time. Mining companies rarely hire their own staff, most are hired through contracting companies who have been hired to run mining operations. Contracting companies who have been given the responsibility of running a mine, will then sub-contract the work to other contracting companies, who will hire staff when required.

      Take this example. Rio Tinto may hire Theiss to run one of it’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara in Western Australia. Theiss will then hire sub-contractors to perform other tasks it is responsible for, such as cleaning and hospitality (which is where many entry-level jobs can be found). So Theiss may contract Spotless to take care of all of the cleaning and hospitality responsibilities for the mine site. This would typically include tasks like, cleaning accommodation blocks, mess halls, offices and taking care of laundry and kitchen services.

      Spotless would then advertise these types of entry-level positions on their own website, or via the many employment jobs boards like SEEK, Indeed, Career One or My Career.

      You can see, there is a lot involved in how these jobs are advertised. The trick is to understand how mining operations work and how the process of contracting works. Once you are aware of this, it becomes a little easier to find the companies and contractors who provide these types of entry-level jobs you are looking for.

      Mining still offers a good career for motivated and active people who see real value in dedicating their working careers to the industry.

      r.e. “Interested in dump truck course – entry-level mining jobs tips”
      iMINCO Mining Information

  10. Abraham M,T,Davey January 19, 2012 Reply

    Kia ora

    I,ve been applying to job ads to many Mining Company yet i get the same old confirmation back time & time again,I have tickets for plant machines they,ve acquired & I hold an open HR license but still the same thing happen,been in a Scrape Mental Industry for 18yrs as an operator doing processing/sorting/loading dumping & delivering plant machines operated are Komatsu/Cat loader 500,420,988,966….Cat/Lieburha/450,390,350 Excavators…Cat/Volvo 730E,830 Articulated dump truck plus 2.5ton_50ton f/lifts

  11. Anthony December 29, 2011 Reply


    I’m wondering what job opportunities might be available in Roxby Downs mining. I have a Bachelor Degree in Social Work and specialise in working in mental health. I have done a great deal of manual labouring in the past and i have a HR Truck licence.

    Can you please advise me on where to from here?

    I look forward in hearing from you.

    With kindest regards and Happy New Year for 2012:)


    • pete December 29, 2011

      Hi Anthony
      Roxby Downs mining jobs are mostly at the Olympic Dam mine. There are a few mining labour hire companies in Roxby Downs you should call them to see what may fit your experience. We have had many people do the dump truck course then get Olympic Dam jobs so don’t rule out a change of job role. Sometimes in mining it is about getting in which ever way you can.

      Pete iMINCO
      RE: Roxby Downs and Olympic Dam Jobs

  12. Mitch December 11, 2011 Reply

    Hi I was just wondering when the next induction course was on in Brisbane. Thanks

  13. Adrian September 4, 2011 Reply

    Hi there. I’m 48 and a carpenter. Looking to get into the mines & off the tools. What role could I apply for as a cleanskin?

    I’m willing to relocate or FIFO. Currently living in Queensland. Have current First Aid and Work Safely at Heights qualifications.

    I would appreciate any direction/advise you could give.


    • Pete - iMINCO September 5, 2011

      Hi Adrian,
      Thats great that you seem very flexible and willing to relocate if required. Have a look at the Work Ready Program as this may of interest to you as it gives you a great understanding of clean skin roles etc. Give us a call at the office if you have any further queries.
      Pete – iMINCO
      RE: Mining Job Positions

  14. Joanne September 4, 2011 Reply

    Hi, I’m a single mum with kids week on week off. I have an admin. background (currently working in industrial work safety) but need a change.

    Are mines still looking for women?

    Are they flexible with rosters or does it just depend on the role you apply for/company?

    I obviously want to work the weeks I don’t have my kids.

    Many thanks. Jo

    • Pete - iMINCO September 5, 2011

      Hi Jo,
      Yes mines are defiantly still looking for women. It does depend on the role and the company that you apply with in regards to flexibility. You can sign up to our project news for updates on upcoming events and information that you may find helpful.
      Pete – iMINCO
      RE: Women in mines

  15. kat August 31, 2011 Reply

    Hi can you tell me how the induction course costs? What license do you have to do if I already have a NZ Heavy Truck and trailer license to optain a dump truck license? Thank you.

    • iMINCO September 1, 2011

      Hi Kat,
      A Heavy Vehicle and trailer licence is different to the Dump Truck Licence, so if this is something you are interested in you might want to look at the Dump Truck Course. This information is available under the Mining Training Tab. Thanks Kat.
      Pete – iMINCO
      RE: Mining Inductions

  16. william August 25, 2011 Reply

    Hi Pete Thinking of doing the mining course could you send me a pdf handbook for the standard 11 induction? And does it have metalliferous mining
    thanks billy

    • Pete - iMINCO August 25, 2011

      Hi Billy

      Most of the information is on the RRTO induction page. You can call the course manger if you need any further clarification. The metaliferous induction is separate to the standard 11 mining induction
      Pete iMINCO
      RE: standard 11 mining induction

  17. MICK ASHLEY August 11, 2011 Reply

    Hi Peter,

    I am a 58yr old plumber actively seeking stable employment for the remainder of my working career. I have a building renovation licence also and already hold an HR licence, and have driven other heavy machinery. Drove city buses for some time as well
    The reason I mention this is to ascertain whether the mining industry would be interested in someone like myself or should I be looking elsewhere?
    I am more than prepared to retrain and relocate.

    Look forward to your response


    • Pete - iMINCO August 11, 2011

      Hi Mick
      I do think the industry would be interested. you have some skills you could put to good use. Check out the resume tips and fill out the mining recruitment page in the links at the top of the page. This will add your resume to the database that companies can search for suitable employees who ant to work in the mines.
      Cheers Pete iMINCO
      RE: mining jobs

  18. Mike Skinner August 9, 2011 Reply

    I have just emigrated to OZ. I live on the gold coast, I’m a plumber by trade UK based. Are there any jobs in the mining trade that may suite my skills. I’m not bothered about doing a completely new skill at the mines.


    Mike Skinner

  19. Damian Lloyd August 1, 2011 Reply

    l work full time, is there a cource that runs over a weekend or of a night/evening

    Thank you

    • Pete - iMINCO August 2, 2011

      Hi Damian

      There is a course run over the weekend and either a Friday or Monday. Contact the office for more details
      Pete iMINCO
      RE: weekend mining courses

  20. Tage Bourke July 23, 2011 Reply

    Hi Pete,
    I am currently working in Perth in the mining industry but am originally from the Gold Coast and would be interested in FIFO from there?

    • Pete - iMINCO July 25, 2011

      Hi Tage
      What area are you working in over there? There are many jobs available in the Bowen Basin mining area. You can contact us and shoot through your resume and I’ll try and get you sorted out
      Re: Mining Jobs in Qld

  21. Ty July 22, 2011 Reply

    I was comparing who to go through to do both the open Dump ticket and the GI and was advised by a company that Im not eligable to sit the GI as you must be either working in the construction Industry already or have ‘transferrable skills” (such as operator tickets – but a dump isnt considered as one of those tickets). I work a full time job and a part time job so not afraid of long hours and hard work, and just put myself through an advanced senior first aid course and committed to investing some money into getting what I need to do this. Does this sound correct that I can’t do the GI, and if so – do you have any recommendations on what I should do? Im just chasing some honest, clear cut advise on where to invest my time and money to give me the very best chances of a long term future within mining.

    • Pete - iMINCO July 25, 2011

      Hi Ty
      Your question is quite lengthy. Please contact our course manager to discuss the finer details. The mining induction we talk about on the site allows you to gain the certification and induction card and finish off the last section on site. The induction covers the new standard 11 induction.
      Pete iMINCO
      RE: standard 11 induction

  22. Emma July 17, 2011 Reply

    Just wondering if a mining induction is necessary for someone like me who wants to be in a background job in the mining industry?

    • Pete - iMINCO July 22, 2011

      Hi Emma,
      The mining induction is usually rquired for most positions in the mines. Most mine sites now require the standard 11 induction.
      Pete iMINCO
      re: Mining induction

  23. Suzannah April 29, 2011 Reply

    Hi Pete, just wondering where the closest induction course is to townsville, I thought it maybe Brisbane but thought best to double check. Also do u know if the courses will be in t’ville by next month because I’m looking to book around that time. Thanks.

    • Pete - iMINCO April 30, 2011

      Hi Suzannah
      At the moment it is definitely Brisbane but we are looking for a trainer to put on a Mining Induction Course in Townsville towards the end of May.
      Thanks Pete iMINCO
      RE: Generic Induction in Townsville

  24. chris green March 30, 2011 Reply

    g’day i’m 23 and i am looking at getting in to the mining industry. i have no prior experience in the mining industry. other than the generic induction what other qualifications do you suggest i acquire before applying for a job and who would you suggest applying through, i have worked the last 4 years in sales (telstra) and 3 years prior to that in hospitality.

  25. Joe Cutler March 25, 2011 Reply

    Were is the induction course held on sunny?

    • Pete - iMINCO March 28, 2011

      Hi Joe
      We run the Mining Induction courses from a few different locations.A common location we use is the training rooms at the Kawana Surf Club

  26. Lyle March 7, 2011 Reply

    I am working on a mine site. While my passport is expired I thought I have to book a refresher. But, my company said, it is not neccessary as long as I would stay on the same site, just need to be refreshed when changing mine sites.
    Is this correct? Or do I have to do a refresher course when the passport is expired?

    • Pete - iMINCO March 7, 2011

      Hi Lyle
      If you have been working on an active mine site you can get away with just doing a refresher. These are available on the first day of any 2 day course or a stand alone course. Call us to find out which course would suit you the best.

  27. Paul January 5, 2011 Reply

    Im working at stockton coal mine in NZ driving excavators and dump trucks i would like to get a job in Qld at a mine any advice on what i would need to do to secure a job in AUS?

    Thanks, Paul

  28. Tom December 29, 2010 Reply

    Hi Pete.

    I am turning 18 early next year and would like to know what courses i should undertake to give my self every oppertunity to get into the mines.

    Regards Tom

    • Pete - iMINCO December 29, 2010

      Hi Tom
      It is a great idea to get your self started in the mines at your age. I wish I had started earlier myself. there are so many opportunities available to you. You should start with a Generic Induction. There is no age limit for this course so when ever you are ready you can book online
      You would be better off calling us on 0466 185 727 to chat about the diffent options you can take in more detail
      I hope this helps
      Pete iMINCO

  29. aj November 27, 2010 Reply

    hi. I am interested in obtaining employment in fly in fly out locations. I have no mine experience and would like to drive dump trucks. What courses would you recommend. I live no the sunshine coast. Thanks aj

    • Vicki December 6, 2010

      Hi Aj,
      I am also interested in doing the same thing. I have been reading lots about women driving dump trucks on the mines, maybe we can help each other out. I also live on the Sunshine Coast.

  30. Rory November 4, 2010 Reply

    I currently live on the gold coast and would like to do a mining induction course before moving to WA – which would you recommend (bearing in mind I’m not currently employed in the mining industry) the GMI or the MARCSTA?

  31. lefa October 20, 2010 Reply

    please i live in south africa & need to do domp truck training where can i study?.please forward me informatoin.

  32. Alberto October 9, 2010 Reply

    I got mining induccion passport and mine safety and health supervisor course

    I am interested to get the Dump Truck course.
    Also the underground coal and metalliferous passport too.

    Could you please send information about it and the time the courses will be available. Thanks

  33. Terry O'Shea October 8, 2010 Reply

    Hi Pete, I’ve spent the last 5 years working in WA in both mining and construction, spent a heap of money on courses and never really needed to. I’ve worked in the Pilbara and the Kimberly driving water carts and dump trucks for Rio Tinto and currently with BHP in Newman. My question is if I apply for a job in QLD why are of my competencies not recognised there, plus I would have to pay for all medicals, coal board inductions etc etc to secure a job. This is all paid for in WA, would like to hear your feedback. I currently live in the Gold Coast and commute to WA on a 2 & 1 roster…rgds…Terry

  34. ben October 6, 2010 Reply

    hey guys am really interested in getting in to the mines and was wondering what is the best course to do and is it worth getting my HR licence. any other information would be great thanks

  35. lauren October 4, 2010 Reply

    Just checking that the “generic mining induction course” is the first thing to do if one wants to get a job in the mines. Truck driving. And doing this course will allow you to work on queensland mines ? It’s not specific to WA

  36. kerri kunde October 2, 2010 Reply

    I would like to work in the mines driving a dump truck. And I’m not sure what I need to do to get into this line of work. And how muck it is going to coast me?

  37. Mick June 22, 2010 Reply

    Hi, I currently work in a Tasmanian mine and am relocating to Queensland at the end of the year. Do I need to do any induction courses to allow me to work in Qld or am I covered by my TIMI induction (used to be MARCSTA) completed in Tassie.

    • Pete - iMINCO June 23, 2010

      Hi Mick

      You will need to undertake the RRTO induction course to work in QLD. It is similar to the MARCSTA course. It is a three day course and courses run weekly. You can find the course details on this site under the heading Mining Courses
      Pete iMINCO

  38. Phi Paul May 22, 2010 Reply

    Hi their i am really keen to get into the mines i want to get my dump truck license is their anything else that i would need to get in..

  39. Nicolle April 29, 2010 Reply

    When and where is the next course in the Sunshine Coast?

    • Pete - iMINCO May 2, 2010

      HI Nicolle

      The next General Mining Induction course on the Sunshine Coast is on the 13-14th May. You can find all the details and a registration form on through this link General Mining Induction Sunshine Coast
      Thanks Pete

  40. russ April 15, 2010 Reply

    the dates for the generic mining course this weekend 17th and 18th april – is there a spot left? if so I could pay by credit card? where in Brissy?

    • Tim April 28, 2010

      are there dual surface courses in june. flying in to brisbane from nz end of may, would like to do a course a the start of june


    • Pete - iMINCO April 28, 2010

      There sure is Tim. I will shoot you an email with the details of Dual Generic Mining induction courses in Brisbane at the end of June

      Thanks Pete

  41. tracey April 9, 2010 Reply

    enquiring about the marcsta induction does it apply in qld also

  42. Debbe April 4, 2010 Reply

    Morning. Just wondering, is this induction relevant to every state in Australia, or is it state specific? ie such as the Construction Induction card used to be, but now has a national card (White card)? Thanks.

    • Pete - iMINCO April 4, 2010

      Hi Debbie

      In WA they have somewhat similar induction training for both coal and metalliferous sectors.

      It is called the MARCSTA induction(Mining and Resource Contractors Safety Training Association)

      If you would like to undetake a MARCSTA course use the contact form on the site as it comes straight to me

      Thanks Pete

  43. mark March 29, 2010 Reply

    When is the next course in the Sunshine Coast

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  46. sam berryman February 21, 2010 Reply

    i have sent my resume in and am now interested in an induction course. coolum beach 4573 thanks

  47. gary February 21, 2010 Reply

    enquiring into when next course is ,where and how much…..4552

  48. max Eichhorn February 18, 2010 Reply

    hi im interested in an induction course. im in Coolum Beach. 4573

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