New starters in mining jobs may need the right training first

Mining jobs and safety training courses

Mining Jobs

Before you apply for a mining job, you may need to complete a mining induction safety course.

Read the information below …

What is mining induction?

We know you want a well-paid mining job – who wouldn’t?

If you are a new starter in the mining industry, it’s important to have completed some form of training course before you apply for mining jobs because mining companies strive to create and maintain an extremely safe working environment.

A safety induction program is designed to provide mining and resource industry workers with important risk assessment and safety skills before undertaking further induction training on-site.

On this 2 day course you will learn the skills and knowledge mining companies want and NEED you to have. You’ll be educated in mining Work Health and Safety, mining terminology and a wide range of additional information geared at building your knowledge.

Mining companies look carefully at the safety training of all applicants before they will employ you, that’s why it can work in your favour to complete your training before you start applying for mining jobs.

Plus, when you complete this type of training course you can add it to your resume because the RII qualification is highly regarded.

Course Duration: 2 Days | Investment: $795

Training increases your mining job chances

iMINCO uses the Australia-wide training network of Industry Pathways to deliver the highest quality of training.

Once you complete the course, you’ll have instant access to the Industry Pathways Post Training Job Support network. This is purely designed to give you the more ideas and information to hep you get a mining job.

You’ll get access to an exclusive mining information website with lists of mining companies, mining jobs boards, resume tips, the latest mining news and the types of jobs that are available.

Before you do any training we recommend you always check first with the specific site, industry or State regulations you intend to work in, to determine their specific requirements. Like construction sites, mine site also have their own site specific requirements over and above these mining induction courses which must also be completed to enter onto their site. Some States do not have any specific generic induction requirements and are thereby determined on a mine by mine basis, however this induction usually covers many of the subjects/topics required by many of those sites. BMA`s Queensland 6 coal mines have their own process for mining and site specific inductions. Should you be intending to go straight to one of BMA`s Queensland Coal Mines you should contact them to enquire about their specific site requirements which may mean enrolling into their own induction program or a mixture of both.

Mining Induction course locations

The courses are run in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Once you`ve booked your spot, one of the training coordinators will be in touch with you to finalise the details.

Note: The Mining Induction mining course is designed by mining employers and follows the Mining Inspectorate directive.

If you’re still not sure about how completing this course can help you get mining jobs, call (07) 5520 2522 for more information – or fill out the form to book your spot.

Learn more about how a mining induction safety training course can increase your mining job chances.

Reserve your spot today!

One you book your spot, a course coordinator will call you to confirm your details.


As iMINCO is an information provider and not an RTO, we utilise the extensive training and industry experience of Industry Pathways (NPN: 32513), who are a leading provider of mining training.


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