This course reflects the role of individuals such as production operators, working in open cut coal or metalliferous mines or quarries, who perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications in a varied work context, using some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course however a sufficient level of language, literacy and numeracy is required for students to be able to complete the required assessments.
To successfully complete the qualification 13 units must be completed successfully, including 3 core units and 10 electives. The course includes the following units:
RIIENV201E - Identify and assess environmental and heritage concerns
RIIRIS301E - Apply risk management processes
RIIWHS201E - Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIICOM301E - Communicate information
RIIGOV201E - Comply with site work processes/procedures
RIIMPO301E - Conduct hydraulic excavator operations
RIIMPO304E - Conduct wheel loader operations
RIIMPO310F - Conduct grader operations
RIIMPO312E - Conduct scraper operations
RIIVEH307F - Operate a heavy rigid vehicle
RIIVEH201E - Operate a light vehicle
RIISAM301F - Test operational functions of vehicles and equipment
RIIPRO301D - Conduct crushing and screening plant operations
Full-time: You have up to 12 months to complete the course.
Assessment is based on competency (the ability to demonstrate specific skills), depending on delivery, may be undertaken through a combination of observation and discussion, case studies and written assignments.
Recognition & Credit
You may already have significant experience in some of the areas covered by this qualification. If you can provide sufficient evidence of this you may be able to meet the course requirements by a recognition pathway. Contact Civil safety for further information.
If you have already have acquired some of the units of competency in this qualification and be eligible for a direct credit for completed units. In order to claim a credit for these units Civil Safety must sight an original Statement of Attainment from the issuing registered training organisation.
You will be required to complete a pre-enrolment assessment as part of the enrolment process. The pre-enrolment assessment assists in evaluating your suitability for the course and to tailor any required support services to meet your individual needs. If required, a representative from Civil Safety may contact you to discuss alternative options or available support services to assist you with your course.
During your studies, you will receive feedback after each assessment/assignment and the trainer/assessor will be available to discuss the feedback or provide additional assistance or direction as appropriate.
A qualification testamur and transcript will be issued by Civil safety upon successful completion of course requirements, provided that all administrative requirements have been met and course fees are paid in full. In these circumstances, certificate will be issued within 30 days.
Where a student does not complete all course components, a statement of attainment listing successfully completed units will be issued by Civil Safety within 30 days of course completion/exit as long as applicable outstanding fees are paid.
Enrolment is contingent upon an application being accepted. Factors considered in the evaluation of enrolment applications include meeting course entry requirements, eligibility for a training subsidy (where applicable) and acceptance or any applicable terms of enrolment.
It is a condition of enrolment in any nationally recognised training (accredited) programme that you supply the training organisation with a valid unique student identifier (USI). If you don’t already have a USI, you can apply for one online at www.usi.gov.au
Enrolment is confirmed upon payment of applicable fees, Civil Safety will collect no more than $1500 of the total fee on initial enrolment.
You may be eligible to receive a government subsidy for this course. Please contact Civil Safety to check if you are eligible.
Our student handbook is available to prospective students and is available prior to enrolment by contacting any of our training locations or can be downloaded from our website www.civilsafety.edu.au
. The student handbook reflects our policies and contains important information on enrolment, recognition, training & assessment, complaints and appeals, fees and refunds, rules and responsibilities and a range of general information. To enrol or for any further information please contact one of our offices via the contact details in the location section.