The Mining Induction is a safety induction program for the mining and resource industry workplace, designed to provide resource industry workers with core risk and safety skills before undertaking a specific mine site induction. Participants undertaking the Mining Induction course should view this as the first steps on an expedition of safety. The expedition does not end at the classroom door, however it should be viewed as a long-term requirement and focus as you develop your career in the mining and resource sector. The Mining Induction may just save your life, or the lives of others one day.
The first step to getting a job in the mines is research and sending out your resume. Recruitment officers and mining employers are looking for the Mining Induction qualification on you reume so they can be certain that you are a candidate who has the right training and is safety-aware. They need to know you have the knowledge to identify and manage risk and you can work safely alongside their existing employees.
Depending on the mining company you will be working for, further safety and general inductions may be required at specific mine sites.
The 3-day Mining Induction Townsville course (held in Townsville City), is conducted by highly experienced trainers. Your training experience will be both enjoyable and empowering. Students will also receive a FREE “Mine Ready Kit” and Post-Training Job Support on completion.
What to bring along to the Mining Induction Townsville ” Surface Operation Course Subjects:
Wear comfortable clothing and safety shoes. Please bring along your ID and a positive attitude and a willingness to participate. Even this is classroom-based training you’ll find the course highly rewarding, engaging, interactive and highly enjoyable.
Mining Induction Townsville ” Surface Operation Course Subjects:
- RIIRIS201B Conduct Local Risk Control
Hazard ID, control and risk assessment and in a mining environment
- RIIERR302A Respond to Local Emergencies
Prepare and respond to emergencies in a mine environment
- RIIGOV201A 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
- RIIOHS201A Work Safety and Follow OHS Policies and Procedures
- RIIERR205A Apply Initial Response First Aid
Assess the situation, apply basic first aid and complete incident reports
- RIICOM201A Communicate in the Workplace
Identify, access and use work site communication systems and equipment, carry out work related communication, and complete written documentation
- Complimentary access to Industry Pathways 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.
- Discount card for 5% off all mining training courses with Industry Pathways.
- Discount card for 10% off all mining resume services with Industry Pathways.
- Access to complete lists of mining companies and an interactive map that highlights over 600 mines including contact details, what they do and addresses.
- Mining job notifications. 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.
The “Mine-Ready Kit” is literally worth hundreds of dollars and will save you a considerable amount of time when you`re looking for ideas and tips on how to get that dream job in the mines “ and is available FREE to all students who complete the Mining Induction Townsville.
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