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Standard 11

December 31 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

$695

S11 – Standard 11

 

 

Introduction:

What is Standard 11? The Standard 11 Induction (Generic Induction) program equips resource workers with core risk assessment and safety skills required to operate safely on mine sites.

 

The Standard 11 Induction covers workers' health and safety requirements to be inducted onto Queensland Coal and Metalliferous mining sites. The course meets all the requirements for Recognised Standard 11 training set by the Queensland Mining Safety Inspectorate. It includes the 6 nationally recognised units of competency required to meet the training needs of Standard 11 for induction.

Course Outline

In the Standard 11 Mining Induction, you will complete the following units:

 

RIIWHS201E - Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures

Access and apply site safety procedures

RIIERR205D - Apply initial response first aid

Assess the situation, apply basic first aid and complete incident reports

RIIGOV201E - Comply with site work processes/procedures

Access and apply site safety procedures, apply personal safety measures, maintain personal wellbeing, and complete site-related forms and reports

RIIRIS201E - Conduct local risk control

Hazard identification, risk assessment and control in a mine environment

RIICOM201E - Communicate in the workplace

Identify, access and use site communication equipment and systems, carry out work-related communication, and complete written documentation

RIIERR302E - Respond to local emergencies and incidents

Prepare and respond to emergencies in a mine environment

Course Funding

Unfortunately, funding for the Standard 11 course is not available. 

 

At Civil Safety we have many funding options available to partially or fully subsidise your course costs with us. Click here to find out more about our funding options and see if you are eligible for other funded courses. 

Course Delivery

At Civil Safety, we understand that time matters. Therefore we have adapted our Standard 11 course so you are only required for 1 day at one of our training facilities. This is because we use a blended delivery method, where you complete the theory component online anytime before coming in for your practical training face to face. 
 

During your studies, you will receive feedback after each assessment and the Trainer/Assessor will be available to discuss the feedback or provide additional assistance or direction as appropriate. 

 

If you would like to complete this entire course face to face please use the Enquire button below. 

Course Locations

Standard 11 is available at all of our training facilities - click here for location details. The course can also be offered onsite where one of our trainers can come to you, along with 24/7 training options. Ask one of our friendly staff for further information.

Course Requirements

 
  • Students must provide photographic identification (i.e. driver’s licence, passport).
  • Enclosed shoes
  • Be at least 15 years of age;
  • Have completed Year 10 in the Australian school system or equivalent; and
  • Have language, literacy and numeracy skills equivalent to ACSF Level 2 | Students should have sufficient literacy and numeracy to read and comprehend instructions for safety at the workplace.

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 or we can apply for one for you. 
 

Course Refreshers 

The standard refresher period for the Standard 11 Mining Induction is five years, a shorter period may be required where industry/company requirements are applicable. Individuals can refresh their competencies anytime within the five-year period in line with these industry/company-specific requirements. 

 

To complete your Standard 11 Refresher online, please click HERE.

How to Enrol

If you would like to enrol in our Standard 11 course, scroll down to Upcoming Workshops, decide on your preferred course and clink on the Enrol button on the far right. This will take you to complete the enrolment and payment process. You will then be emailed further details on how to complete your online theory and information regarding your practical assessment. 

 

Alternatively, please click on the Enquire button below to find out any further information or enquire about other date and location options that are not listed below, or call us on 1300 248 457.

 

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. 

Certification
A Statement of Attainment is issued to participants who successfully complete all the required assessment tasks, have paid in full and have supplied any required supporting documentation.

Courses to Further your Study

Below are some examples of courses our students go on to study:
 

Further notes:

What is the difference between Standard 11 and BMA Core Induction?    

BMA has its own induction requirements in addition to standard 11, the standard 11 plus an additional bridging course is required to work at BMA sites

Target Audience:

This course is designed to introduce new and existing mine workers to the recognised Standard 11 Mining Induction requirements. This Standard 11 mining induction course is compromised of 6 (mandatory) units of competency for Surface and 7 units for Surface and Underground.

There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however, you must possess basic literacy and numeracy skills. You may be required to complete a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy (LLN) indicator prior to enrolling.

If you have any concerns regarding the literacy or numeracy requirements, please contact assessmentdesk@civilsafety.edu.au for advice.

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Upcoming Workshops

Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
Standard 11 S11 - Practical to be Advised 08:00 am - 12:00 pm Moranbah 61 $695.00

Details

Date:
December 31
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
$695
Event Category:

Venue

Moranbah
Moranbah
Australia
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