Coal Mining Inductions
The GIQ Coal Induction which includes units of competencies identified in Recognised Standard 11 (Appendeix 3) has been specifically designed for those people who are seeking positions of employment within the Queensland Coal Mining Industry.
It is a necessary requirement for any person who works on or needs to enter a Mine Site in Queensland such as contractors and other civil operators. The induction covers basic safety procedures, relevant legislation and accepted practices and gives participants a general overview of the mining industry.
Upon successful completion of a GIQ Coal Induction with New Horizons Safety and Training Services participants receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment that which includes units of competencies identified in Recognised Standard 11 (Appendeix 3)
Best Training Processes andPractices of the Year:
Registered Training Organisation
For the second year in a row New Horizons Safety and Training Services (NHST) has won the prestigious award for the, "Best Training Processes and Practices of the Year: Registered Training Organisation". The award is presented each year by the Kinetic Group and is in recognition of leading work done in the field of training for the resources sector. NHST is providing best practice training solutions for the mining and civil construction industries by developing innovation facilities that closely simulate surface mining operations.
The most notable of these is the 160 acre Machinery Operator Training Centre that has been developed to simulate the daily activities of typical surface mine site production. This along with other purpose built training facilities has placed NHST as a leader in the area of workforce development for the mining industry.
NHST is a leading provider of dump truck courses for the mining industry but also specialises in courses in excavator, front end loader, dozer and grader operations as well as Standard 11 Coal Mining Inductions. The award was presented to New Horizons on Friday night 28th September 2012 at a gala event in Brisbane that brought together industry executives, managers, training bodies and other personnel from the mining industry.