Moranbah Programs

4WD & Light Vehicle Defensive Driving

RIIVEH305_201D


OUTCOMES
This program incorporates nationally accredited training and is BMA compliant. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a Certificate of Completion for the BMA compliant Light Vehicle Defensive Driving as well as a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for RIIVEH305E Operate & maintain a 4wd vehicle and RIIVEH201D Operate Light Vehicle.

 

BSB41415 Cert IV Work Health & Safety

BSB41415

This program caters for both experienced and new personnel wanting to further their knowledge and skills in Workplace Health and Safety (WHS).

This qualification is suitable for people working in a WHS role that may or may not work under supervision. They may provide leadership and guidance to others and have some limited responsibility for the output of others.
The qualification reflects the role of workers who apply a broad knowledge base and well-developed skills in a wide variety of contexts and may include coordinators, advisors and facilitators.

 

Course in Safety Inspection and Electrical Equipment

TNT

Inspection, testing and tagging of portable appliances training. 
Successful completion of the program allows participants to test and tag electrical equipment for themselves or their employer in accordance with the requirements set by AS/NZS 3760 which is the Australian standard on testing and tagging. You don't need any prior industry knowledge or specific qualifications to complete the course and we guarantee you'll be ready to test and tag on your own.
 

CPR / Low Voltage Rescue

LVR

OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following competencies;
 
UETTDRRF06B               Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel
HLTAID001                       Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
 
DURATION
½ day
 

Fire Safety Advisor

FSA

There are multitudes of Acts and Regulations that business must familiar with and adhere to which can be overwhelming and confusing.
 Let Sharp Training take the guesswork out of knowing your obligations under the Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 with reference to training, instruction and evacuation.
 Failure to meet some of these obligations can result in fines of up to $3,500.00 not to mention the life safety implications.
 
How Sharp Training can help meet these obligations:
There are accredited units of competency that exist for this training which can delivered by Sharp Training in our either of our training facilities or at your workplace.
 
Day 1 Session 1 - Evacuation and First Response $150 pp

Day 1 Session 2 - Warden $210pp
                               
Day 1 Session 3 - Chief Warden $250pp
 
*Evacuation and First Response is a compulsory component of all fire training
 
Day 2 Session 1 - Emergency Planning Committee

Day 2 Session 2 - Fire Safety Advisor $325pp

 

Health and Safety Representative

HSR

Health and Safety Representative
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This course is designed for the elected Health and Safety Representative (HSR) or Deputy HSR for your workgroup under the Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation in QLD.
 
APPLICATION
This program is suitable for people elected in a HSR role.
 
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
  • Workplace health and safety framework
  • Consultation, representation and participation
  • Issue resolution, support for HSR and managing risks
  • Inspections, notifiable incidents and incident investigation
  • Provisional improvement notices (PINs) and directing unsafe work to cease
 
OUTCOMES
This course will provide HSRs with information and skills required under WHS legislation including:
  • An understanding of the requirements of WHS legislation
  • An understanding of how it applies to their role as elected Health & Safety Representatives
  • The knowledge and skills necessary to use their new powers under the WHS legislation in issuing PINs and directing unsafe work to cease.
Upon completion, participants will be issued with a Certificate of Completion for WHSQ-HSR-NCB01 Health and Safety Representative Course (Approved under the QLD WHS Act 2011)
 
DURATION
5 Days
 

HLTAID003 Provide First Aid

HLTAID003

First Aid Training (including refresher training)
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This program applies to all workers who may be required to provide a first aid response.
 
APPLICATION
These skills and knowledge may be applied in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.
Training Package users should ensure implementation is consistent with any specific workplace and/or relevant legislative requirements in relation to first aid, including State/Territory requirements for currency.
Application of these skills and knowledge should be contextualised as required to address specific industry, enterprise or workplace requirements and to address specific risks, hazards and associated injuries.
 
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
This program covers:
  • Responding to an emergency situation
  • Application of appropriate first aid procedures
  • Communication of details of the incident
  • Evaluation of own performance
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in the following competencies;
 
HLTAID003                Provide First Aid
HLTAID002                Provide basic emergency life support
HLTAID001                Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
 
DURATION
1 day (1 x 8 hour day)
 

RIIRIS402D - G2

G2D

Carry Out the Risk Management Process (G2)
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This unit is appropriate for those working in supervisory, risk management or technical specialist roles.
 
APPLICATION
This program describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to carry out risk management processes in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries.
 
NB: This program is an upgrade from RIIRIS301D Apply the Risk Management Process (S1) and evidence of this must be provided prior to training.
 
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The elements contained within the program are as follows:
  • Plan and prepare for implementing the risk management process
  • Identify hazards
  • Assess risk
  • Identify unacceptable risk
  • Identify potential actions
  • Decide on action
  • Implement or facilitate action
  • Review the implementation of action
  • Audit the risk management process
  • Complete records and reports
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following competencies;
 
RIIRIS402D                Carry out the risk management process
 
DURATION
1 day
 

RIIWHS202D Enter and work in a confined space

RIIWHS202D

Enter & Work in Confined Spaces RIIWHS202D (includes refresher)
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces
 
APPLICATION
This unit specifies the competency required to undertake safe working practices when working in a confined space. This unit is appropriate for those working in an operational role at worksites within:
  • Civil construction
  • Coal mining
  • Drilling
  • Extractive industries
  • Metalliferous mining
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS202D Enter and Work in Confined Spaces, MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres & HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
 
ELEMENTS COVERED:
  • Plan and prepare for working in confined space
  • Prepare for gas testings
  • Test Gas
  • Work in confined space
  • Exit confined space
  • Maintain equipment
  • Clean up
 
DURATION
1 x 8 hour day
 

RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights

RIIWHS204D

Work Safely at Heights - RIIWHS204D (including refresher)
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This unit of competency covers working safely at heights in the resources and infrastructure industries.  The program enables students to not only understand and instigate safe working at heights procedures, but also to participate in a rescue from heights and perform a self-rescue. Sharp Training is one of a selected few training organisations in Australia that offer this added rescue training as a standard to their Safe Work at Heights course.
 
APPLICATION
This unit specifies the competency required to undertake safe working practices when working at heights or depths. This unit is appropriate for those working in an operational role at worksites within:
  • Civil construction
  • Coal mining
  • Drilling
  • Extractive industries
  • Metalliferous mining
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS204D Work Safely at Heights.
 
ELEMENTS COVERED:
  • Identify work requirements
  • Identify work procedures and instructions
  • Access and install equipment
  • Perform work at heights
  • Clean up work area
 
DURATION
1 x 8 hour day
 

S11 Surface

S11 Surface

This program is specifically designed to cater to the Coal Mining Industry new comers with little experience in the resources sector. You will gain valuable information and knowledge on the Coal Mining Industry in Queensland. Please ensure you check with the sites you intend on working as some mining companies such as BMA have a different induction program requirement.

Units of competency covered in this program include:
RIICOM201D: Communicate in the workplace
RIIGOV201D: Comply with site work processes/procedures
RIIWHS201D: Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIIRIS201D: Conduct local risk control
RIIERR205D: Apply initial response first aid
RIIERR302E: Respond to local emergencies and incidents.
These units are required to meet Recognised Standard 11.
 

S11 Surface and Underground Refresher

S11 REF

This is a 5 year refresher program for surface and underground Standard 11 inductions.
Units which will be refreshed include:
RIICOM201D: Communicate in the workplace
RIIGOV201D: Comply with site work processes/procedures RIIWHS201D: Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIIRIS201D: Conduct local risk control
RIIERR205D: Apply initial response first aid
RIIERR302E: Respond to local emergencies and incidents
RIIERR203E: Escape from hazardous situations unaided

You will be required to provide evidence of previous S11 Induction to be eligible for this program.

Duration: 1 Day

S11 UG

RIIERR203D

RIIERR203D: Escape from hazardous situations unaided (underground only). This unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to escape from hazardous situations unaided in Coal and Metalliferous mining. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles.

S123 Refresher

S123 Refresher

Supervisor Training (S123) Refresher
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This program is applicable to Site Safety and Health Representatives and appointed Supervisors
 
APPLICATION
This program is appropriate for those working in operational roles, safety committees and/or for members of committees at worksites in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries.
 
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The elements contained within the program are as follows:
  • Plan and prepare for risk management
  • Assess and identify unacceptable risk
  • Review risk management documentation
  • Identify and recommend controls
  • Contribute to the implementation of controls
  • Determine investigation objectives
  • Gather & evaluate information
  • Identify courses of action
  • Prepare and present investigation reports
  • Plan and prepare to communicate information
  • Communicate information verbally
  • Communicate information in writing
  • Achieve meeting outcomes
  • Make a presentation
  • Participate in negotiations
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following competencies;
 
RIIRIS301D                Apply Risk Management Processes
RIIWHS301D             Conduct Safety and Health Investigations
RIICOM301D             Communicate Information
 
DURATION
1 day
 

Safely Access the Rail Corridor

TLIF2080

Safely Access the Rail Corridor
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
This unit is suitable for people working within the rail industry and or those who are required to access the rail corridor under supervision in accordance with access provider, legislative and regulatory requirements
 
APPLICATION
The program provides participants with appropriate skill and knowledge needed to fulfil the legislated rail safety requirements including Queensland acts and regulations together with nationally approved compliance codes and/or guidelines.
 
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
This program involves the application of access provider rules, procedures and protocols for rail safety. All activities are performed under established rules and procedures.
 
The program will include a practical observation and demonstration at an actual Rail Corridor (where practical) otherwise a simulated scenario is utilised.
 
The program includes key elements of learning such as;
 
  • Taking appropriate safety precautions to access the rail corridor
  • Taking appropriate safety precautions to access the danger zone
  • Taking appropriate action in an emergency situation
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following competencies;
 
TLIF2080                     Safely Access the Rail Corridor
 
DURATION
3 hours
 

Standard 11 Full Program

S11 FULL

Standard 11 Induction
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
The purpose of this program is to introduce new and existing mine workers to the induction requirements of Recognised Standard 11 including 6 mandatory units of competency for Surface and 7 units for Surface and Underground.
 
APPLICATION
The Induction program is delivered by experienced facilitators via interactive scenarios and group based activities. The group based scenarios will give participants a realistic insight into the requirements for working within the Queensland Coal Mining Industry
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for:
  • RIICOM201D     Communicate in the workplace
  • RIIGOV201D      Comply with site work processes/procedures
  • RIIWHS201D     Work safely and follow OHS policies and procedures
  • RIIRIS201D        Conduct local risk control
  • RIIERR205D      Apply initial response first aid
  • RIIERR302D      Respond to local emergencies and incidents
  • RIIERR203D      Escape from hazardous situations unaided (Underground only )
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Participants who successfully complete this training program will be issued with a RISA Induction ID card and partial completion certificate
Those who complete and return the workplace assessment booklet and appropriate site evidence will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the 6 (Surface) or 7 (Combined) units of competency and a full RISA Induction card with a 5 year expiry.
 
DURATION
2 days – Surface
1 day – Underground only (Must complete Surface prior)
 

Supervisor

S123


TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment - Design Cluster

TAEDES

Design Cluster
This cluster is enables you to gain the skills to assist in developing learning programs in the vocational education sector including the ability and analyse and unpack training packages and or units of competency to design programs to suit your clients/ workplace needs.
  • TAEDES401 Design and develop learning programs
  • TAEDES402 Use training packages & accredited courses to meet clients’ needs
  • TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools

Background

On 9 August 2019 the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), who is the VET regulator, issued a General Direction calling for the cessation of third party arrangements between two registered training organisations unless both organisations could show they hold the products being delivered on their respective scopes of registration.

This is due to wording within the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (the NVR Act) Sections 93 and 94 which states it is an offence for an RTO to provide, or offer to provide, all or part of that VET course that is not within the organisation’s scope of registration.

ASQA has taken this to mean that an RTO cannot engage another (‘third party’) RTO to deliver a VET course, unless the third party RTO has that VET course on scope. An RTO can, however, engage another non-RTO organisation or individual to deliver training and assessment, as long as the principle RTO has the VET course on its scope of registration.

This decision from our regulator has affected many third-party arrangements across the country, including Sharp5, who were in a third party arrangement with Fortress Learning to deliver TAE products. Sharp5 has held previous TAE products on its scope of registration in the past, however does not have the new TAE40116 qualification and therefore can no longer partner with Fortress in providing face to face classroom delivery in our region.

 

What Now?

Sharp5 will no longer be providing face to face classroom delivery of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or any of the other TAE units or skill sets.

Fortress Learning, who have the latest TAE products on their scope of registration is not going to let our region down however. They will be offering this qualification and various other courses in the region themselves.

For more information, please contact Fortress Learning direct on 1300 141 994 or email them – training@fortresslearning.com.au

TAESS00015 Enterprise Trainer & Assessor Skill Set - Refresher

TAEREFR

This cluster is designed for trainers and assessors who deliver non accredited training or work with other trainers in delivering nationally recognised training.
  • TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes
  • TAEASS402 Access competence
  • TAEASS403 Participate in assessment validation
  • TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction
Prerequisite: Enrolling students must hold the following Skill Set: TAESS00003 - Enterprise Trainer and Assessor Skill Set

Background

On 9 August 2019 the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), who is the VET regulator, issued a General Direction calling for the cessation of third party arrangements between two registered training organisations unless both organisations could show they hold the products being delivered on their respective scopes of registration.

This is due to wording within the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (the NVR Act) Sections 93 and 94 which states it is an offence for an RTO to provide, or offer to provide, all or part of that VET course that is not within the organisation’s scope of registration.

ASQA has taken this to mean that an RTO cannot engage another (‘third party’) RTO to deliver a VET course, unless the third party RTO has that VET course on scope. An RTO can, however, engage another non-RTO organisation or individual to deliver training and assessment, as long as the principle RTO has the VET course on its scope of registration.

This decision from our regulator has affected many third-party arrangements across the country, including Sharp5, who were in a third party arrangement with Fortress Learning to deliver TAE products. Sharp5 has held previous TAE products on its scope of registration in the past, however does not have the new TAE40116 qualification and therefore can no longer partner with Fortress in providing face to face classroom delivery in our region.

 

What Now?

Sharp5 will no longer be providing face to face classroom delivery of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or any of the other TAE units or skill sets.

Fortress Learning, who have the latest TAE products on their scope of registration is not going to let our region down however. They will be offering this qualification and various other courses in the region themselves.

For more information, please contact Fortress Learning direct on 1300 141 994 or email them – training@fortresslearning.com.au

TAESS00015 Enterprise Trainer and Assessor Skill Set

TAE

This cluster is designed for trainers and assessors who deliver non accredited training or work with other trainers in delivering nationally recognised training.
  • TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes
  • TAEASS402 Access competence
  • TAEASS403 Participate in assessment validation
  • TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction

Background

On 9 August 2019 the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), who is the VET regulator, issued a General Direction calling for the cessation of third party arrangements between two registered training organisations unless both organisations could show they hold the products being delivered on their respective scopes of registration.

This is due to wording within the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (the NVR Act) Sections 93 and 94 which states it is an offence for an RTO to provide, or offer to provide, all or part of that VET course that is not within the organisation’s scope of registration.

ASQA has taken this to mean that an RTO cannot engage another (‘third party’) RTO to deliver a VET course, unless the third party RTO has that VET course on scope. An RTO can, however, engage another non-RTO organisation or individual to deliver training and assessment, as long as the principle RTO has the VET course on its scope of registration.

This decision from our regulator has affected many third-party arrangements across the country, including Sharp5, who were in a third party arrangement with Fortress Learning to deliver TAE products. Sharp5 has held previous TAE products on its scope of registration in the past, however does not have the new TAE40116 qualification and therefore can no longer partner with Fortress in providing face to face classroom delivery in our region.

 

What Now?

Sharp5 will no longer be providing face to face classroom delivery of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or any of the other TAE units or skill sets.

Fortress Learning, who have the latest TAE products on their scope of registration is not going to let our region down however. They will be offering this qualification and various other courses in the region themselves.

For more information, please contact Fortress Learning direct on 1300 141 994 or email them – training@fortresslearning.com.au

TLILIC0003Licence to operate a forklift truck

TLILIC0003

TLILIC0003 License to operate a Forklift Truck (LF)
TARGET AUDIENCE

This license qualifies students to operate a forklift truck safely.   Forklift truck means a powered industrial truck equipped with lifting media made up of a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other arms that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground, but does not include a pedestrian-operated truck or a pallet truck.  A person performing this work is required to hold a forklift truck high risk work (HRW) licence.
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Activities undertaken during this unit include:
  • Being able to plan the work
  • Conducting routine checks on the forklift
  • Shift loads in a safe manner
  • Shut down and secure the equipment after the completion of operations
 
OUTCOMES
This is a nationally accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the program participants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment  and will be eligible to apply for a High Risk Work License through the QLD Government.  Licenses are valid for 5 years and you must be 18 to complete the practical assessment.
 
DURATION
Option 1  - 2 days (2 x 8 hour days) Day 1 and Day 3 (complete a training log book in workplace)
Option 2 – 3 days (3 x 8 hours) Day 1, 2 & 3 (experienced operations only
 

WHITE CARD - Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

CPCCWHS1001

The General Construction Induction card provides new and existing workers with the basic understanding and knowledge needed to start or continue work within the building and construction industry.

This card was formerly known as a blue card.

Part 6.5, Division 1, Section 317 of the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011, states:

  1. A person conducting a business or undertaking must not direct or allow a worker to carry out construction work unless

    and

    1. the worker has successfully completed general construction induction training
    2. if the worker completed the training more than 2 years previously—the worker has carried out construction work in the preceding 2 years.
  2. The person conducting the business or undertaking must ensure that

    or

    1. the worker holds a general construction induction training card
    2. if the worker has applied for but not yet been issued with a general construction induction training card, the worker holds a general construction induction training certification, issued within the preceding 60 days.

To hold a general construction induction card you must show knowledge of:

  • occupational health and safety legislative requirements
  • the basic principles of risk management and injury and illness prevention in the construction industry.

Wotonga Induction

WOT