Mine Ventilation and Environmental Engineering Course
ALL TRAINING COURSE ARE CURRENTLY ON HOLD DUE TO CORONAVIRUS.
The course consists of the following nationally accredited units of competency:
- RIIUND601D - Establish and maintain the ventilation management system
- RIIUND603D - Manage, operate and maintain the mine ventilation system
The course will be led by Dr Roy Moreby, who has been involved in mine ventilation and environmental engineering for 38 years. His experience includes 14 years working in the UK, South African and Australian hard rock mines, 5 years working in Australian coal mines followed by 18 years consultancy to the hard rock and coal mine sectors in Australia, North America and China. From 2000, he has been an Associate Professor at the School of Mining Engineering at the University of New South Wales where he has been involved with the development and delivery of ventilation courses to both undergraduates and industry learners.
Should you opt for the assessable enrolment, you will be assessed and upon successful completion of assessments, will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the nationally accredited units of competency from Simtars (RTO 1828). If you opt for the non-assessable enrolment you enrol in training only and do not complete the assessments. There is the option to attend both or just one of the two workshops. After training, you will receive a non-accredited Certificate of Completion.
The course was originally developed by Dr Mike Howes (RHP) from the first delivery by him in Australia 38 years ago. The ventilation training courses have become benchmarks in practical mine ventilation education and over 500 personnel from mines, consulting companies and State Mining Inspectorates have attended.
Clemcorp is proud to have been associated with this course for more than 20 years.