Jim Knowles Consulting Pty Ltd trading as the Jim Knowles Group is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in all Australian states, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory.
Through the New South Wales (NSW) Vocational Education and Training Accreditation Board (VETAB) the Jim Knowles Group runs ninenationally accredited units of competency in Risk Management and OHS.
- Unit - MNCG1001A (G1) - Apply risk management processes (formerly MNC.G1.A - Develop and implement risk control processes) Coal Training Package MNC04
- Unit – MNCG1002A (G2) - Implement and apply risk management processes (formerly MNC.G2.A Facilitate the risk management process) - Coal Training Package MNC04
- Unit - MNMMMG516A (G2) – Facilitate the Risk Management Process - Metalliferous Mining Package MNM05
- Unit - MNQGEN500A (G2) – Implement and maintain management plans to control risk - Extractive Mining Package MNQ03
Work at Heights
- Unit – MNMG237A - Work safely at heights - Metalliferous Mining Package MNM05
- Unit - MNCG1008A - Conduct safety and health investigations (Accident investigation and reporting) - Coal Training Package MNC04
- Unit - MNQGEN300A – Conduct safety and health investigations (Accident Investigation and reporting) Extractive Industry Package MNQ03
- Unit - MNMG325A – Conduct safety and health investigations (Accident Investigation and reporting) Metalliferous Mining Package MNM05
- Unit - BSBOHS604A - Apply ergonomic principles to control OHS risk Business Services Training Package BSB01
All accredited courses meet the requirements of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF).
Did you know?
From 1 July 2007 all contractors in NSW are required by law to have a Contractor Safety and Health Management program. It will also be a requirement from all of the major mining companies that contractors health and safety programs meet an acceptable standard.
As a result of this the Jim Knowles Group and Mine Resilience Australia P/L have developed the content th May of a on-line training course with the support of the NSW Minerals Council, Coal Services Health and Safety Trust, Australian Institute of Quarrying Education Foundation and the University of Newcastle.
Major mining companies in Australia including Centennial, Xstrata, Anglo, BHP, Hansons and Rocla have given their support to this project.
Updated 29th May 2009