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A mine emergency was simulated to demonstrate how local emergency services work together.

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Emergency response teams simulate mine incident

A recent simulation has demonstrated how on-site teams can work with local emergency services to co-ordinate a strong response to serious mining incidents. Read more »
The 2015 Environmental Scan forecasts current and future skilling needs.

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Report identifies need for industry upskilling

A number of challenges confronting the quarrying sector, as well as the current and future skilling needs for the Australian resources and infrastructure industries, have been identified in a new report from the industry’s national skills council. Read more »
Polytechnic West currently trains 40 per cent of WA’s apprentices.

Education
Customised training meets workforce development needs

As the mining boom in the resource states, especially Western Australia, winds down, trade and technical education centre Polytechnic West is ramping up its training programs to encourage more employers to invest in their employees. Read more »
BHI is encouraging businesses to open their sites as training places to collectively train workers from all quarries, regardless of company name.

Education
Gearing up for extractive industries training in 2015

After a successful 2014, Box Hill Institute (BHI) is strengthening training options in 2015 for the benefit of extractive industry employers and employees. In particular, there will be an emphasis on innovation in delivery to minimise time away from the workplace through greater on the job training amongst other delivery strategies. Read more »
High fidelity simulators operate in a virtual mining world designed to replicate specific mine conditions.

Education
Integrating technology in operator training programs

Today it is possible for a load and haul operator to cut their teeth at the wheel of a loader, excavator or dump truck – without even venturing into the field. High fidelity simulators and learning systems are lowering not only an aggregate business’s maintenance costs but its training costs as well. Read more »


 


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