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QME's 10th expo will be held in July at Mackay, Queensland.

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Two decades of Queensland exhibitions

Mackay will be the host city for the 10th Queensland Mining & Engineering (QME) exhibition to be held from 24 to 26 July, 2012 at the Mackay Showgrounds and also at the Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre. Read more »
The Newbury family is a mine of information.

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His, hers and mine

It was a face-off at the University of New South Wales as a father and daughter studied mining together. Read more »
South Australia has a whole toolbox of free safety DVDs for the quarry industry.

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Toolbox of safety for South Australia

A toolbox of safety DVDs has been made available free to mine and quarry owners and workers in South Australia.

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Three plenary speakers have been announced for CMIC 12.

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Plenary speakers announced for CMIC 12

CMIC 12, the joint IQA/CCAA Construction Materials Industry Conference in September this year has confirmed three plenary speakers: Paul Clitheroe, Christine Nixon and Robin Shreeve.

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Four two-day events to showcase technology, products and services in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

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Rockwell has automation on the move

The Federal Minister for Industry, Innovation and Climate Change, the Hon Greg Combet, will open the Rockwell Automation on the Move event in Melbourne on 6 March, 2012. Read more »
DriveAcademy will provide end-users and system integrators with a comprehensive set of skills.

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DriveAcademy to ignite in March

SEW-Eurodrive Group, a global designer, developer and manufacturer of mechanical power transmission systems and motor control electronics, is running its DriveAcademy program nationally in 2012, commencing in March. Read more »
Position Partners is running a roadshow in 2012 throughout Australia.

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On the road around Australia with Position Partners

With so much development in civil infrastructure and mining across regional Australia, Position Partners is running a roadshow in 2012. Read more »
Caterpillar offers virtual training system machine simulators that are used to train and orient entry-level operators on basic machine operation skills and application knowledge.

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The Growing Role of Simulators in Load and Haul

Training operators to work safely and productively in quarrying operations delivers skills improvement. Now, a new trend has companies analysing skills development and measuring its impact on the bottom line. Alexander Robinson explains. Read more »
The combination of multimedia and instructional design can produce a rich, repeatable learning experience.

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The Value of Electronic Learning

With quarrying spread far and wide across the nation, the capacity for eLearning is making it more possible for quarry professionals to study and practice without necessarily leaving their home or workplace. Paul Sutton explains. Read more »
Komatsu’s Luke Robey (far right) with students at Francis Greenway High School. Luke is a former Beacon student and now a Komatsu second year apprentice at Komatsu’s Tomago plant.

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Beacon, Komatsu Host Youth Programs

The Beacon Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation committed to inspiring and motivating adolescents to make positive career choices, worked closely in 2011 with Komatsu Australia. Read more »
Wormald is an RTO that offers a range of fire safety training programs including confined space entry.

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Mitigating fire risk

Quarry operating environments present a variety of fire hazards that can pose serious risks to people and property. The hazardous nature of the heavy equipment and vehicles used and the remoteness of some sites mean that extra vigilance is required. Read more »
Certificate IV students learn about stockpiling procedures and traffic management at Northern Quarries, Epping.

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Business School Enhances Prospects for Skilled Labour

As the quarrying industry competes in the mining boom for skilled labour, the key to retaining and training employees becomes more paramount. Box Hill Institute has plugged the gap between teaching and business, enabling operators to train and up-skill their workforce in record time. Read more »


 


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