RTC Standard 11 Induction - RPL
Who Should Attend
Persons who require a Standard 11 Surface Induction to be able to work on Queensland Coal Mine Sites.
To map your current skills and qualifications with Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to the 6 units of competency for Standard 11.
Step 1: Provide Evidence of your Skills, Knowledge and Experience
You are required to complete an RPL Candidate form and submit as much relevant information / evidence as you can. This is your opportunity to provide proof of your experience in the resources industry.
Examples of appropriate evidence may include, but is not limited to:
- Brief CV or work history with current referee contact details
- Records of Site inductions completed
- Training records from previous employers
- Record of site competencies
- Statements of attainment / certificates, for example - Risk Assessment, S1/2/3, Vehicles, Equipment, First Aid & CPR
- Log books
- Indentures / trade papers
- Licences or tickets (for example, forklift, crane)
- Completed risk assessments (for example, Take 5s, SLAMs, JSAs, JHAs)
- Diary entries / task sheets / job sheets
- Vehicle pre start inspection checklists completed by you
- Hazard / incident reports completed by you
- Reference letters from current or previous supervisors who can confidently talk about your skills and experience
- Industry awards
- Performance appraisals
- Fit for work medicals
- Any other documentation that may demonstrate industry experience
These need to be certified copies or the originals are to be sighted by the RTO.
You will also need to provide contact details for at least one (1) referee who can confirm your industry skills within the last six (6) months in context and over time. To have skills and knowledge formally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, your skills and knowledge must meet industry standards.
Step 2: Challenge Test
This is conducted at ASTA and you will be required to undertake a closed book theory assessment. You will also be required to demonstrate currency in Performing CPR and Using a Fire Extinguisher
Step 3: Competency Conversation
The evidence you have submitted will be reviewed by an assessor against the requirements of the units in Standard 11. If additional information is required, or if anything needs to be clarified, you will be required to have a competency conversation with an assessor. This will involve answering a number of questions about your current experience in the resources sector.
Previous held a Generic Induction, have undergone a site specific induction and can provide the evidence listed above.
No training materials required.
Participants will complete a challenge test, practical assessments for CPR and Fire Extinguishers and undergo a Competency Conversation with an ASTA assessor.
Participants who demonstrate an understanding of industry and meet the requirement of the RPL will receive a Statement of Attainment and Digi card for
RIICOM201D Communicate in the workplace
RIIGOV201D Comply with site work processes and procedures
RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow OHS policies and procedures
RIIRIS201D Conduct local risk control
RIIERR205D Apply initial response First Aid
RIIERR302D Respond to local emergencies and incidents
The course will be delivered via a face-to-face format in either ASTA training rooms or at your workplace depending on numbers, client requirements and training facilities.
Call 4153 2800 or refer to the online course calendar
$300 per participant – Minimum and Maximum participant numbers apply