Course Details

Monitoring Respirable Dust in Coal Mines, Mineral Mines and Quarries (Refresher)

MRES22AR
 

This course was developed to provide refresher training and upgrade to the new BSBWHS419 Contribute to implementing WHS monitoring processes course  for persons carrying out respirable dust monitoring for Queensland coal mines, mineral mines and quarries.  

This course is applicable to those who previously hold a Statement of Attainment from Simtars or Coal Services New South Wales as per Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulation 2017 Regulation – section 371 (sch 7(9)) or Guideline for Management of Respirable Crystalline Silica in Queensland Mineral Mines and Quarries (QGL02).

Training involves eLearning, pre-reading of a supplied Learner Guide and other relevant material, submission of online theory assessments and providing evidence of practical skills via a Third-Party Report.

On successful completion, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for BSBWHS419 - Contribute to implementing WHS monitoring processes and a Statement of Completion for the additional subjects recommended by the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisor Committee (CMSHAC).

 

Monitoring Respirable Dust in Coal Mines, Mineral Mines and Quarries

(Refresher & Upgrade to BSBWHS419)

 Course Dates                         
Self Paced  (Online) 
 Duration                                
Online delivery – self-paced  (approximately 2 hours) with 12 weeks to complete the course. 
 Mode of Delivery                  
Online 
 Course Cost
$850.00. Currently Simtars has an Introductory offer of $600 available up to 30th June 2022.
 Training materials                
MRES Online eLearning – 5 learning modules provided (approximately 2 hours)
Required pre-reading (approximately 5 hours) including:
  • Learner Guide
  • Recognised Standard 14 - Monitoring Respirable Dust in Coal Mines (RS14)
  • Guideline for Management of Respirable Crystalline Silica in Queensland Mineral Mines and Quarries (QGL02)
  • Extracts from Australian Standard 2985
  • Other information, sources and material is also provided, however not required as pre-reading or completion of assessments. 
 Assessments
Assessment will include
  • Online multi-choice – These are provided at the end of each Module   1-5
  • Online written short answer – These are provided at the end of Module 5 
  • Third Party Report - provided by learner at enrolment
 Entry Requirements
To gain entry into this course you must
  • Hold a Statement of Attainment from Simtars or
  • Coal Services New South Wales for Monitoring Respirable Dust or
  • provide a Statutory Declaration to this affect.
 Materials & equipment required
To study in this course, you will require a networked device to enable:
  • Access to the training materials
  • Completion of assessment material online 
 Apply for enrolment  - How to Apply
         Complete the Application for Enrolment form online by going to the link: Enrol 
  • Simtars will acknowledge the receipt of your Application for Enrolment (PART A) via email.
  • Simtars will send further instructions to complete your Application for Enrolment (PART B).  
  • Simtars will email you a Confirmation of Enrolment on review of your application along with an invoice for payment.
  • For more details, please read our Learner Handbook on the website.
      Phone: 61 (07) 3810 6328  
      Email:  training@simtars.com.au 
 Fees 
Fees is set out as per below: 
  • $600 Introductory price up to 30 June 2022 then $850 (GST exempt). 
  • Fees include electronic course material
  • Government funding or subsidies are not available
  • Learner accommodation and food are not provided or included in course fees.
 Payment Method
We offer the following payment method for this course:
  • Credit card - same day access to course commencement (if payment made during business hours)
  • For more information about payment methods and payment terms, see the ‘Fees and Refunds’ section of the Learner Handbook on the Learner Information Page
 Further information
On successful completion, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for BSBWHS419 - Contribute to implementing WHS monitoring processes and a Statement of Completion for the additional subjects recommended by the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee (CMSHAC).
Please note that, in accordance with Clause 3.3 of the RTO Standards 2015, Simtars RTO has up to 30 days in which to issue the certification document, providing all assessments are completed as satisfactory and all fees are paid. 
For further information, please contact Simtars on (07) 3810 6328 or email training@simtars.com.au



























































 

Upcoming Programs

Name Course Start Date Course End Date Cost
Self Paced Online - Feb - June 2022 $600.00