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Mining is one of Western Australia’s biggest industries and offers a wide variety of career opportunities. Study pathways in mining can lead you into a career working as an operator or manager on sites such as quarries, underground or open cut metalliferous mines in a range of specialised fields.

National ID State ID Title Qualification level Study mode Campus
RII10115 AZC0 Resources and Infrastructure Operations Certificate I On the job/on location
Halls Creek Campus
Kununurra Campus
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Want an insight into the resources and infrastructure industries?

The Certificate I in Resources and Infrastructure Operations is an entry-level qualification, allowing participants to develop basic functional skills and knowledge to prepare for work in the resources and infrastructure industries.

Participants will learn how to plan and organise work in the industry, develop skills in workplace communication, gain an understanding of workplace health and safety requirements, and learn how to carry out basic on-the-job tasks.

This course provides a pathway into further study.

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

RII20115 AZF9 Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation Certificate II Face-to-face classroom/campus delivery
Face-to-face off campus delivery
On the job/on location
Broome Campus
Halls Creek Campus
Kununurra Campus
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Prepare for work in the resources and infrastructure industries.

This course is a pathway qualification designed to prepare participants to successfully undertake a Certificate III from the resources and infrastructure industries training package. Participants will gain knowledge in routine tasks and procedures, practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Identify and assess environmental and heritage concerns
  • Conduct local risk control
  • Follow work health and safety procedures
  • Provide first aid
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Handle resources and infrastructure materials
  • Communicate effectively within the workplace

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

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Prepares you for work in mechanical engineering research, design, manufacture operations, and maintenance. These qualifications encompass areas such as fluid power, PLC programming, tuning of multi-loop cascade controls, CAD/CAM, and hydraulic and pneumatic processes.

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