Standard 11 Mining Induction

  • Standard 11 Mining Induction (GIQ) – Standard 11 Mining Induction
  • $649
  • Locations: Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast,
  • Duration: 2-3 days
  • Max students:12
  • Contact ACTA Group on 07 5593 8268

THE STANDARD WAS INTRODUCED IN LATE 2010. IT IS NOW MANDATORY FOR ALL QUEENSLAND COAL MINE WORKERS TO BE TRAINED AND ASSESSED IN SIX COMPETENCIES FROM THE “RESOURCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY TRAINING PACKAGE RII09”

 

The GIQ New Entrant is designed for “cleanskins”, people with no previous industry experience or transferable skills, who require a Generic Induction to work in the Queensland Coal Mining Industry. The course provides participants with basic safety knowledge prior to undertaking further training to enable them to work on site. The course includes the underpinning knowledge for 6 units of competency from Recognised Standard 11.

ACTA Group has a partnership agreement with a national Registered Training Organisation in which we deliver this training package under an agreement with them, as their preferred supplier. The Generic Induction Queensland (GIQ) Standard 11 has been designed as a minimum requirement for all new entrants entering the Queensland coal mining industry.

ACTA Group delivers this course weekly on the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sunshine Coast. We are able to deliver the course weekdays, weekends and evening courses. In this course we will go into what to expect when working remote, above and beyond what is expected from this course. We will give you a real insight of what it’s like working in remote locations, from trainers who have or are still currently working in the mining sector.

 

Delivery

The GIQ New Entrant course takes two – three days. You have twelve months from the end of the course to complete the Workplace Experience Log Book.

Course validity

Once the individual has received the full GIQ passport it will remain valid for a period of five years. This means individuals can refresh their induction at the discretion of mining companies, within a five year period.

What do you get at the end of the course?

At the end of the 3 day course you receive a certificate for completing the course, a GIQ New Entrant Passport, and a Workplace Experience Log Book. Participants must complete the Workplace Experience Log Book and be assessed as competent to receive Statements of Attainment and a full GIQ passport.

What is the Workplace Experience Log Book?

The Workplace Experience Log Book is for recording workplace experience.

For a trainee to be awarded a Statement of Attainment for a nationally endorsed competency standard within the RII09 Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package, the trainee must be assessed as competent by an RTO endorsed competency assessor.

  • Supervisor, colleague and third party reports
  • Workplace experience
  • Direct observation and verbal questioning

To ensure entries are authentic, each entry should be countersigned by a recognised workplace supervisor or trainer. To assure overall validity, the completed log book should be certified by a worksite approved competency assessor or the worksite training coordinator. An area for this certification is included immediately after the final workplace experience record sheet.

Course Requirements

You must be able to provide photo identification on the day of the course e.g.: driver’s license. You will need secured footwear either runners or boots and they must be a closed shoe, please you must bring a long sleeve shirt and long

Course Qualification

  • RIICOM201A : Communicate in the workplace
  • RIIGOV201A : Comply with site work processes/procedures
  • RIIOHS201A: Work safely and follows OHS policies and procedures
  • RIIRIS201B : Conduct local risk control
  • RIIERR205A : Apply initial response First Aid
  • RIIERR302A : Respond to local emergencies and incidents

Entry Requirements

Delivery

The GIQ New Entrant course takes two – three days. You have twelve months from the end of the course to complete the Workplace Experience Log Book.

Course validity

Once the individual has received the full GIQ passport it will remain valid for a period of five years. This means individuals can refresh their induction at the discretion of mining companies, within a five year period.

What do you get at the end of the course?

At the end of the 3 day course you receive a certificate for completing the course, a GIQ New Entrant Passport, and a Workplace Experience Log Book.. Participants must complete the Workplace Experience Log Book and be assessed as competent to receive Statements of Attainment and a full GIQ passport.

What is the Workplace Experience Log Book?

The Workplace Experience Log Book is for recording workplace experience.

For a trainee to be awarded a Statement of Attainment for a nationally endorsed competency standard within the RII09 Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package, the trainee must be assessed as competent by an RTO endorsed competency assessor.

  • Supervisor, colleague and third party reports
  • Workplace experience
  • Direct observation and verbal questioning

To ensure entries are authentic, each entry should be countersigned by a recognised workplace supervisor or trainer. To assure overall validity, the completed log book should be certified by a worksite approved competency assessor or the worksite training coordinator. An area for this certification is included immediately after the final workplace experience record sheet.

Site Requirements

As for all courses ACTA Group offer please check with the site you are working on to make sure this is the correct unit and will be certified from that site. Any questions contact info@actagroup.com.au