RII30715 Certificate III in Mine Emergency Response and Rescue
The Certificate III in Mine Emergency Response and Rescue course will provide students with the fundamental skills to protect, respond and rescue individuals in emergency situations. You will learn the skills necessary to apply solutions to a range of incidents, including fire, vertical and confined space rescue and hazardous material incidents.
To receive this qualification you must successfully complete this course, you must satisfactorily complete all course assessment requirements.
16 units, 4 core and 12 electives.
The expected completion time is 12 months.
This time period is inclusive of all teaching, learning and assessment activities required to achieve course outcomes. It should be noted that there is considerable flexibility in the time allocated for course completion, such flexibility acknowledges that individual students may require less or more time to achieve course outcomes.
There are no formal pre-requisites required for entry into this qualification, However a number of units has pre-requisites which require completion prior to commencing the unit, including -
PUAFIR207B Operate breathing apparatus open circuit, PUAFIR320 Render hazardous materials incidents safe requires completion of PUAFIR215 Prevent injury.
PUAFIR024A Undertake road crash rescue and PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue requires completion of PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation.
PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation requires completion of HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support.
Further details of unit pre-requisite requirements will be provide at enrolment and on course commencement.
RTO Entry Requirements
Students must satisfactorily complete a language, numeracy and literacy assessment prior to or on course commencement to assess capacity to meet the language, literacy and numeracy requirements of the course.
Students will also need to have the physical capacity to undertake the practical components of this course.
Delivery modes include classroom lead training sessions and written assessments.
The course is facilitated by a highly experienced training team, and includes trainer presentations, small group work, and lots of opportunity for practical hands on activities.
A range of assessment methods are used to monitor student progress and assess competence. Knowledge checks and practical skill demonstrations are used across all units, some units also require written activities to be completed. Throughout the course trainers are available to assist and support students in their learning journey and in the completion of assessment requirements.
Students who are successful in gaining this qualification can expect to be eligible for jobs in the emergency response sector within the mining and resources industry.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Australasia Fire & Emergency Response College is committed to recognising knowledge and skills acquired through work experience, education, training and life experiences. Call our Training Department on 07 5343 3058 for a personalised RPL kit.
Course resources required
Prior to course commencement students will be informed of any specialist clothing, footwear, equipment or materials required for the course.
Qualification fee - $5,500
$500 on enrolment,
$1000 on course commencement,
$1500 on commencement of Cluster two/week 8,
$1500 on commencement of cluster three/week 14
$1000 prior to completion
Please note certification will not be issued until all course fees have been paid.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
All students need to have a USI to be able to enrol onto this course. The USI is available online at no cost and will stay with you for life. You can apply for your USI prior to the course at www.usi.gov.au or Australasia Fire & Emergency Response College can apply on your behalf. More information about applying for a USI will be provided at enrolment.