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Engineering and Related Technologies
Process and Resources Engineering
Mining and Resources Engineering
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This qualification recognises the skills and knowledge of an experienced miner with supervision responsibilities in a surface extraction site or an underground extraction site.
Holders of this certificate are able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in regulatory requirements, inspecting and reporting, incident investigation, management of hazardous and emergency situations, and team leadership.
The strands recognise the knowledge and skills required to work as a supervisor and skilled operator at a surface or an underground extractive site. The electives in both strands offer choices in generic extractive skills and knowledge as well as extractive management skills and knowledge areas in addition to the specific areas of the strand.
This qualification gives the choice and flexibility to gain the core skills of an extractive industry supervisor whilst offering options in keeping with individual and company preferences.
This qualification is part of a pathway that begins with the National Certificate in Extractive Industries (Core Skills) with strands in Surface Extraction, and Underground Extraction
[Ref: 0247] and the National Certificate in Extractive Industries (Operations) with strands in Lime Milling, Surface Extraction, and Underground Extraction [Ref: 0248]; and leads to the National Diploma in Extractive Industries (Management) with strands in Surface Extraction, and Underground Extraction [Ref: 0806].
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Extractive Industries (Supervision) for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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