Total Training Days
Statement of Attainment
12 to 20 participants
2-Day Workshop & Assessment
This course is designed for supervisors and team leaders who work in the WA mining industry. It covers two Units of Competency (required to be held by statutory supervisors) to meet the WorkSafe requirements under Schedule 26 of the WHS (Mines) Regulations (WA) 2022:
These units can be credited towards the BSB40520 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management, should participants wish to continue their professional development.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course. To successfully complete the course, participants will be required to complete a short Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills assessment and be working in, or have access to, a mining-based workplace in which they are able to take responsibility for the work health and safety of a team.
This program is delivered as a highly interactive and engaging workshop.
The delivery model for this program includes:
The majority of the assessment for this course will be completed in the workshops.
This program covers 2 units of competency:
Topics covered in this course include:
Future Institute offers participants the opportunity to be assessed through recognition of prior learning to gain credit for their existing experience. Please contact us for more information about the RPL process.
Course fee: $900 per person (GST Free)
This course can be delivered onsite at your premises (for 13 participants or more) or at Future Institute premises (for 1 or more participants) via our Public Course (Dates below)
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Understanding the risk management process is crucial for those working in the Western Australian mining industry. Our Statutory Mining Supervisor Course emphasises the importance of developing risk management knowledge and integrating effective management systems. This course ensures that sufficient appropriate persons within your organisation are equipped with the skills to navigate and implement comprehensive risk management processes.
By focusing on real-world scenarios, we prepare participants to anticipate, assess, and mitigate risks efficiently, enhancing overall safety and operational efficiency in the dynamic mining environment.
The Statutory Supervisor Course at the Future Institute of Australia is meticulously designed for individuals aiming to fill statutory positions within the mining sector. Recognising the critical role of statutory supervisors, our course provides in-depth training that covers essential aspects of workplace health and safety, leadership, and compliance.
This rigorous training is not just about meeting regulatory requirements; it's about shaping supervisors who can confidently lead and manage teams, ensuring the highest standards of safety and efficiency in their respective roles.
The skills I developed from Future Institute Australia’s Leadership and Management course improved my confidence to work in a team as a Mining Engineer tremendously. The course structure was very relevant to many areas of my work, and I was able to apply these skills I learned daily at work. For example, the course taught me how to keep the attention of an audience when delivering a presentation in additional to providing the skills to better manage projects. – (Past Student) Faraz Ferdosian, Mining Engineer