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Mining Induction Brisbane 7 Dec

Information on the Mining Induction Brisbane course – December 7 2012

Mining Induction Brisbane 7 DecCompleting this�Mining Induction course in Brisbane and adding it�to your resume will show your future mining employer that you have taken the time to attend the Mining Induction safety course at your own cost, and you now possess the essential knowledge and skills to enable you to work safely alongside their existing mine site employees.

Nearly all mining companies, contractors and recruitment agencies are looking for this on your resume. If you’re serious about a career in the mining and resource industry, completing your Mining Induction will greatly increase your chances of an interview.

Held in Rocklea, Brisbane, the 3-day Mining Induction course is prepared and instructed by competent and highly experienced trainers and is a administered by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines. Industry Pathways is the RTO�(NPN:32513) facilitating the Mining Induction course in Brisbane.

When you click the link below, you will see a page which includes testimonials from previous students who have completed their Mining Induction.

They will show you how well-received and effective the Mining Induction course is in teaching you the precise safety, risk and health management systems you need to understand and practive to work safely on a mine site or related resource sector operation.

Students completing the Mining Induction Brisbane course will also receive a FREE “Mine Ready Kit” and Post-Training Job Support on completion.

Find your way to the Mining Induction course Brisbane.
1/30 Collinsvale Street, Rocklea Queensland
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Mining Induction Brisbane. Your first step to a mining job is competing your Mining Induction safety training. Brisbane, QLD.

�Mining Induction Brisbane – complying with The State of Queensland, Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 Section 37(3)