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Certificate IV in Metalliferous Mining Operations (Open Cut)

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  • Objectives
    This course provides both training and the recognition of existing knowledge and skills for people who are currently working in the national mining industry at the level of supervisor/team leader or above. You will gain skills allowing you to assume responsibility for the quality and quantity of the output of others, contribute to technical solutions and apply mine management plans in an open cut mine.
  • Entry requirements
    Certificate III in Metalliferous Mining Operations or relevant industry experience.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate IV in Metalliferous Mining Operations (Open Cut)
  • Course description
    Key Study Areas      

    This course includes ten mandatory units covering risk management, statutory compliance, environmental practices, quality and communications. In addition to this you will be asked to nominate five electives from topics such as:

        * First Aid
        * Blasting
        * People management
        * Safety
        * Application and monitoring of services and systems

    Where     • Bendigo (City Campus)

    Duration Options

    2 years part time.

    May be offered as a traineeship.


    Selection Process     • Individual Interview

    Further Study Options    

    The Metalliferous Mining Training Package has pathways up to and including diploma level.

    Assessment     You will be assessed as part of this course.

    Typical Course Content     (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
    BSBCMN215A       Participate In Environmental Work Practices
    BSBCMN402A       Develop Work Priorities
    BSBCMN404A       Develop Teams And Individuals
    BSBCMN411A       Monitor A Safe Workplace
    BSBCMN412A       Promote Innovation And Change
    BSBFLM403B        Implement Effective Workplace Relationships
    BSBFLM405B        Implement An Operational Plan
    BSBFLM406B        Implement Workplace Information System
    BSBFLM409B        Implement Continuous Improvement
    BSBFLM412A        Promote Team Effectiveness
    HLTFA1A              Apply Basic First Aid
    HLTFA2A              Apply advanced First Aid
    MNMC201A          Work Safely
    MNMC202A          Communicate In The Workplace
    MNMG313A          Charge Blast Holes
    MNMG321A          Charge Production Blast Holes
    MNMG322A          Initiate Blasts By Remote Control
    MNMG325A          Apply Risk Management Processes
    MNMG326A          Conduct Safety And Health Investigations
    MNMG327A          Communicate Information
    MNMG352A          Apply Blasting Activities
    MNMG406A          Manage Blasting Activities
    MNMG412A          Initiate blast
    MNMG414A          Monitor And Control The Effects Of Blasting On The Environment
    MNMMSU401A     Apply, Monitor, Rectify And Report Statutory/Legal Compliance Systems
    MNMMSU402A     Apply, Monitor And Report Pit Development Systems
    MNMMSU405A     Apply And Monitor Systems For Stable Mining
    MNMMSU406A     Apply And Monitor Mine Transport Systems And Production Equipment
    MNMMSU407A     Apply And Monitor Mine Services And Infrastucture Systems
    MNMMSU409A     Apply And Monitor Mine Emergency Preparedness And Response Systems
    MNMMSU410A     Commission/Recomission Plant
    MNMMSU411A     Supervise Work In Confined Space
    MNQOPS511A     Design Surface Blasts
    TAAASS301A       Contribute To Assessment
    TAAASS401A       Plan And Organise Assessment
    TAAASS402A       Assess Competence
    TAAASS404A       Participate In Assessment Validation
    TAADEL301A       Provide Training Through Instruction And Demonstration Of Work Skills

    Recognition of Prior Learning    

    Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.

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