Training Systems for the Mining Sector
Mining Training Systems
MTS training materials focus on what is expected of a competent individual in the workplace as an outcome of learning. We understand the coal mining industry seeks quality compliant documents that are valid, time efficient and successful in achieving their purpose. We aim to provide a high focus on building knowledge; what a learner knows and understands and building skills; what a learner can do. Our training materials are mapped to ensure compliance with RII Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package standard; training materials can be purchased as a generic document or contextualised to the mines Safety and Health Management System.
RII units include open cut and underground machinery, standard 11 surface/underground inductions, risk management, supervisory units. We are continually adding to this bank of competencies.
Cert II & III Level Course Development – Machinery Competencies
Mine Site Induction Programs
Effectively implementing the safety health management system starts the moment a coal mine worker walks into the training room to attend the mines induction program.
Stage one of the mine site induction is to provide the coal mine worker with an overview of the mine, the risk management processes used and a summary of the safety health management system and its key components. This can be presented as the mine site's Induction Handbook.
Stage Two is assessment against the mines SHMS. Inductees are trained and assessed against the procedures relevant to their position on site.
MTS can build the mine's induction program including Induction Handbook, induction assessment and training materials underpinning each safety health management system procedure (PHMPs/SOPs/HMPs).