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Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training
Package
Companion Volume: Implementation Guide
March 2014
SkillsDMC Background
SkillsDMC is the National Industry Skills Council for the Coal Mining; Civil Infrastructure; Quarrying (Extractive);
Drilling; and Metalliferous Mining Industry sectors. SkillsDMC engages with enterprises and key Industry
organisations to ensure the greater use of the National Training System within an Industry led arrangement
where Industry is the client (demand side) and the training system is the provider (supply side). This
engagement is underpinned by SkillsDMC leadership on behalf of its Industry in ensuring training content;
delivery, flexibility and equitable public funding reflect the Industry needs.
SkillsDMC engages with enterprises and key Industry organisations in the Coal Mining, Metalliferous Mining,
Quarrying (Extractive), Drilling and Civil Infrastructure Industry sectors to:

Identify Industry’s skills needs via units of competency in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry
Training Package;
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Identify and plan for their current and future workforce needs; and

Facilitate access to funding programs.
These three foundations set the direction for the response of education and training providers in meeting
Industry needs.
SkillsDMC plays an active role in workforce data gathering and on the basis of this Industry intelligence
provides guidance on how to gain the benefits of the Industry led, competency based, nationally recognised
vocational education and training system.
SkillsDMC applies best practice strategies in all aspects of contemporary workforce planning and development.
These practical strategies are supported with analytical tools and services developed by SkillsDMC in
consultation with Industry stakeholders.
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Table of Contents
SkillsDMC Background
Overview Information
2
4
Purpose of this guide
4
Version control and modification history
4
What is an Industry Training Package?
4
Who can deliver and assess Industry Training Packages?
5
Summary of the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package
6
Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Units of Competency
9
Qualification mapping information
33
Unit Mapping Information
36
Imported Units in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package
72
Prerequisite Units in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package
77
Key work and skilling requirements in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry
78
Regulation and licensing
79
Implementation Information
83
Impacts on implementation for Registered Training Organisations (RTO)
83
Entry requirements for Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Qualifications
84
Training and career pathways
84
Assessment of units
91
School-based Apprenticeships
92
Occupational outcomes of Qualifications
92
Access and equity
103
Foundation Skills
104
Work health and safety implications in the Industry
108
Particular delivery requirements of some Qualifications
108
Resource and Equipment List
111
Legal considerations for learners in the workplace/on placements
112
Appendix 1: Training package templates
114
Appendix 2: Unit Grouping and Competency Fields
117
Appendix 3: Licensed Occupations and Registrations
120
Appendix 4: Reasonable Adjustment Strategies
130
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Overview Information
Purpose of this guide
This Implementation Guide supports the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package. It is
designed to assist Industry and Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) to implement the Industry Training
Package. It provides advice about the features of the Industry Training Package, its structure and application.
Version control and modification history
RII Training Package Release History
Release
Status
Release Date
Approval process
1.0
Replaced
14 November 2013
NSSC process
1.1
Replaced
29 January 2014
ISC upgrade
1.2
Replaced
26 March 2014
ISC upgrade
1.3
Current
4 April 2014
ISC upgrade
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package was developed from the Resources and
Infrastructure Industry (RII09) Training Package and incorporates previously endorsed Qualifications, Units of
Competency and skill sets. See the following version control and modification history table for the RII09.
RII09 Training Package Release History
Release
Status
Release Date
Approval process
3.2
Replaced
29 May 2013
ISC upgrade
3.1
Replaced
15 February 2013
ISC upgrade
3.0
Replaced
21 March 2012
NSSC process
2.0
Replaced
22 June 2011
NSSC process
What is an Industry Training Package?
Industry Training Packages specify the skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in the workforce.
They do not prescribe how an individual should be trained. Trainers and supervisors develop learning
strategies to support an individual learner's needs, abilities and circumstances. The development and
endorsement process of Industry Training Packages ensures the specifications are developed to an agreed
quality standard and are highly responsive to Industry’s existing and future demand for new skills.
Industry Training Packages:
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provide a consistent and reliable set of components for training, recognising and assessing learners
skills, and may also have optional support materials;
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enable nationally recognised Qualifications to be awarded through direct assessment of workplace
competencies;
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encourage the development and delivery of flexible training which suits learner and Industry
requirements; and
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encourage learning and assessment in a work-related environment which leads to verifiable workplace
outcomes.
Industry Training Packages, including the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package, must be
developed to comply with the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) Standing Council on Tertiary
Education, Skills and Employment (SCOTESE) National Skills Standards Council (NSSC) Standards for Training
Packages.
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package consists of the following endorsed
components:
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Units of Competency – which specify the standards of performance required in the workplace;
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Assessment Requirements – which are associated with each Unit of Competency specifying the
performance evidence, knowledge and assessment conditions for assessment;
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Qualifications – which comply with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) specification for
that Qualification type and describe a combination of Units of Competency that provide a meaningful
outcome at an Industry or enterprise level; and
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Credit Arrangements – there are no credit arrangements in the RII Training Package that specify
existing credit arrangements between the RII Qualifications and Higher Education Qualifications in
accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework.
Appendix 1: Industry Training Package templates provides an explanation of the information provided in each
field of Units of Competency, Assessment Requirements and Qualifications in the RII Training Package.
Who can deliver and assess Industry Training Packages?
Industry Training Packages and their components are used in a variety of ways by Industry and
Registered/Licensed Training Organisations (RTOs).
Training Packages are often used by RTOs within the National Training System which is regulated by the
National Skills Standard Council (NSSC).
Training Packages are also used by Industry outside of the National Training System for skills assessment and
development against the established Industry standards contained within the Industry Training Package.
Delivery and assessment requirements for Registered Training Organisations
Training and assessment using Industry Training Packages that leads to nationally recognised Qualifications
must be conducted by a Registered Training Organisation. The Registered Training Organisation must have the
Qualifications or specific Units of Competency on its scope of registration, or work in partnership with another
RTO to deliver and assess all content of the RII Training Package.
The NSSC or its successor is responsible for determining the training and assessment competencies to be held
by trainers and assessors. Refer to the NSSC Standards for RTOs for further information.
Additional information related to assessment and assessors is contained in the Assessment Conditions section
of the Assessment Requirements for each Unit of Competency.
Other Applications of the Training Package
Some organisations may choose to map their internal learning and development frameworks against the
established Industry standards contained within the RII Training Package.
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Organisations using the Industry Training Package in this way for training and assessment, while not bound by
the Standards for RTOs, should ensure that:
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assessors have sufficient Industry experience to ensure assessment results are valid and reliable; and
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trainers have sufficient Industry experience to ensure training outcomes reflect contemporary Industry
practice and contribute to productivity improvements.
Training and assessment in this type of arrangement does not lead to the nationally recognised credentials
which can be issued by Registered Training Organisation. Certification which references Unit of Competency
and/or Qualification codes should not be issued by any organisation other than a Registered Training
Organisation with the required scope of registration to do so.
Summary of the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training
Package
SkillsDMC is the National Industry Skills Council for the Resources and Infrastructure Industry covering the five
following Industry sectors:
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Metalliferous mining;
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Coal mining;
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Civil infrastructure;
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Drilling; and
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Quarrying (extractive).
The competency recognition framework for all five sectors is held within the Resources and Infrastructure
Industry (RII) Training Package.
SkillsDMC engages with Industry to determine Qualifications and skill needs relevant to Industry requirements.
It is through this engagement that issues are identified which result in further development of Qualifications,
Units of Competency and Skill Sets within the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package.
These issues are resolved through the activity of five Sector Standing Committees (SSC). These Committees
comprised of a Chair from the SkillsDMC Board, alternate chair, key Industry participants and union
representative.
The SSC may resolve an issue through either of the following two methods:
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via committee consultation and research process; or
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through the engagement of an Expert Panel or Reference Group.
To ensure the Resources and Infrastructure (RII) Training Package continues to reflect the current and future
needs of Industry, SkillsDMC maintains an online Continuous Improvement Register as part of the Industry
engagement and continuous improvement strategies.
The RII Training package contains:
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57 Qualifications aligned to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). For information about the
AQF, refer to the AQF Implementation Handbook;
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786 Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package (RII) Units of Competency;
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185 Imported Units of Competency; and
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29 Skill Sets.
Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Qualifications
Qualification
Code
Qualification Title
RII10113
Certificate I in Resources and Infrastructure Operations
RII20113
Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation
RII20213
Certificate II in Surface Extraction Operations
RII20313
Certificate II in Underground Coal Mining
RII20413
Certificate II in Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII20513
Certificate II in Resource Processing
RII20613
Certificate II in Mining / Field Exploration Operations
RII20713
Certificate II in Civil Construction
RII20813
Certificate II in Bituminous Surfacing
RII20913
Certificate II in Drilling Operations
RII21013
Certificate II in Drilling Oil/Gas (Off Shore)
RII21113
Certificate II in Drilling Oil/Gas (On Shore)
RII21213
Certificate II in Well Servicing Operations
RII30113
Certificate III in Surface Extraction Operations
RII30213
Certificate III in Underground Coal Operations
RII30313
Certificate III in Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII30413
Certificate III in Resource Processing
RII30513
Certificate III in Mining Exploration
RII30613
Certificate III in Small Mining Operations
RII30713
Certificate III in Mine Emergency Response and Rescue
RII30813
Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
RII30913
Certificate III in Civil Construction
RII31213
Certificate III in Civil Foundations
RII31613
Certificate III in Trenchless Technology
RII31813
Certificate III in Drilling Operations
RII31913
Certificate III in Drilling Oil/Gas (Off shore)
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Qualification
Code
Qualification Title
RII32013
Certificate III in Drilling Oil/Gas (On shore)
RII32213
Certificate III in Well Servicing Operations
RII40113
Certificate IV in Surface Extraction Operations
RII40213
Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut Examiner)
RII40313
Certificate IV in Metalliferous Mining Operations (Underground)
RII40413
Certificate IV in Underground Coal Operations
RII40513
Certificate IV in Resource Processing
RII40613
Certificate IV in Civil Construction Operations
RII40713
Certificate IV in Civil Construction Supervision
RII40813
Certificate IV in Civil Construction Design
RII40913
Certificate IV in Drilling Operations
RII41013
Certificate IV in Drilling Oil/ Gas (Off shore)
RII41113
Certificate IV in Drilling Oil/Gas (On Shore)
RII41213
Certificate IV in Well Servicing Operations
RII50113
Diploma of Surface Operations Management
RII50213
Diploma of Underground Metalliferous Mining Management
RII50313
Diploma of Minerals Processing
RII50413
Diploma of Civil Construction Management
RII50513
Diploma of Civil Construction Design
RII50613
Diploma of Drilling Operations
RII50713
Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas (Off shore)
RII50813
Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas (On shore)
RII50913
Diploma of Underground Coal Mining Management
RII51013
Diploma of Well Servicing Operations
RII60113
Advanced Diploma of Metalliferous Mining
RII60213
Advanced Diploma of Extractive Industries Management
RII60313
Advanced Diploma of Underground Coal Mining Management
RII60413
Advanced Diploma of Drilling Management
RII60513
Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction Design
RII60613
Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction
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Qualification
Code
Qualification Title
RII60713
Advanced Diploma of Surface Coal Mining Management
Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Units of Competency
Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Units are grouped by competency field based on intent, sector
coverage, and if they are general or technical units. The competency field is indicated by the 3rd, 4th and 5th
alpha characters in the Unit Code (e.g. Unit codes starting with RIIMPO are Mobile Plant Operations units).
Appendix 2 provides further information about Unit Grouping and Competency Fields of the RII.
Range of Conditions
The Range Statements are now referred to as Range of Conditions and are no longer apparent in each Unit of
Competency. Information unique to a Unit of Competency is identified in the Range of Conditions which is
located in the Range Statement Companion Volume. For more information visit the SkillsDMC Training Package
page SkillsDMC website.
Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIBEF201D
Plan and organise work
RIIBEF202D
Identify and rectify site operating problems
RIIBEF301D
Run on-site operations
RIIBEF302D
Monitor site production activities
RIIBEF401D
Manage non-routine, complex technical situations
RIIBEF402D
Supervise on-site operations
RIIBEF601D
Conduct business negotiations
RIIBEF602D
Establish and evaluate operational performance management systems
RIIBEF603D
Manage decision making process
RIIBEF604D
Conduct feasibility study
RIIBEF605D
Resource site plans and objectives
RIIBHD301D
Conduct surface blast hole drilling operations
RIIBHD302D
Conduct underground development drilling
RIIBHD303D
Conduct long hole drilling
RIIBHD304D
Set-up and prepare for open cut drilling operations
RIIBHD305D
Conduct down-hole hammer drilling
RIIBHD401D
Supervise blast hole drilling operations
RIIBHD501D
Manage blast hole drilling operations
RIIBLA201D
Support shotfiring operations
RIIBLA202D
Support underground shotfiring operations
RIIBLA203D
Conduct mobile mixing of explosives
RIIBLA204D
Store, handle and transport explosives in underground coal mines
RIIBLA205D
Store, handle and transport explosives
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIBLA301D
Conduct surface shotfiring operations
RIIBLA302D
Conduct shotfiring operations in underground coal mines
RIIBLA303D
Conduct underground development shotfiring
RIIBLA304D
Conduct underground production shotfiring
RIIBLA305D
Conduct secondary blasting
RIIBLA306D
Conduct accretion firing
RIIBLA307D
Conduct blast survey
RIIBLA401D
Manage blasting operations
RIIBLA402D
Monitor and control the effects of blasting on the environment
RIIBLA601D
Design surface blasts
RIIBLA602D
Establish and maintain a blasting system
RIICAR301D
Rehabilitate exploration site
RIICAR302D
Rehabilitate small mine site
RIICAR401D
Supervise rehabilitation operations
RIICBM201D
Strip pile heads
RIICBM301D
Maintain concrete bridges
RIICBM302D
Install pre-cast girders
RIICBM303D
Install pre-cast parapets
RIICBM304D
Operate a bridge inspection unit
RIICBM305D
Install pre-cast concrete bridge decks
RIICBM306D
Undertake concreting work on concrete bridges
RIICBM307D
Construct formwork and false work on concrete bridges
RIICBS201D
Conduct tack coat spraying operations
RIICBS202D
Hand spread asphalt
RIICBS203D
Safely handle bituminous materials
RIICBS204D
Conduct aggregate spreader box operations
RIICBS205D
Roll aggregate in sprayed sealing operations
RIICBS206D
Conduct pavement sweeping operations
RIICBS207D
Take samples of materials used in road surfacing
RIICBS208D
Conduct road maintenance operations
RIICBS301D
Conduct profile planer operations
RIICBS302D
Conduct paver screeding operations
RIICBS303D
Conduct materials transfer vehicle operations
RIICBS304D
Compact asphalt with rollers
RIICBS305D
Conduct asphalt paver operations
RIICBS306D
Conduct slurry sealing operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIICBS307D
Conduct bitumen sprayer operations
RIICBS308D
Load aggregate using a purpose built loader
RIICBS309D
Conduct self-propelled aggregate spreader operations
RIICBS310D
Conduct patching operations
RIICBS311D
Produce asphalt products
RIICBS312D
Conduct bitumen tanker operations
RIICBS401D
Apply the principles of asphalt paving and compaction
RIICBS402D
Apply the principles for the application of bituminous sprayed treatmen
RIICBS403D
Apply the principles for the application of polymer modified binder
RIICBS404D
Apply the principles for the selection and use of bituminous emulsion
RIICBS405D
Apply the principles for the application of slurry surfacing
RIICBS406D
Apply the principles of pavement profiling using a profiler
RIICBS407D
Apply the principles for the manufacture and delivery of hot mix asphalt
RIICBS408D
Apply the principles for the manufacture of cold mix
RIICBS409D
Apply the principles for the manufacture of polymer modified binder
RIICBS410D
Apply the principles for the manufacture of bituminous emulsion
RIICBS411D
Apply the principles for the manufacture of slurry surfacing
RIICCM201D
Carry out measurements and calculations
RIICCM202D
Identify, locate and protect underground services
RIICCM203D
Read and interpret plans and specifications
RIICCM204D
Place and fix reinforcement materials
RIICCM205D
Carry out manual excavation
RIICCM206D
Support plant operations
RIICCM207D
Spread and compact materials manually
RIICCM208D
Carry out basic leveling
RIICCM209D
Carry out concrete work
RIICCM210D
Install trench support
RIICCM211D
Erect and dismantle temporary fencing and gates
RIICCM301D
Construct and dismantle fences and gates
RIICCR401D
Develop and maintain positive community relations
RIICCR501D
Conduct sales in construction materials operations
RIICCR601D
Manage customer relationships
RIICFW301D
Construct underpinning
RIICFW302D
Install temporary and permanent rock anchors
RIICFW303D
Install primary ground support
RIICFW304D
Conduct pile driving operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIICFW305D
Conduct cast in-situ pilings operations
RIICFW306D
Direct pile driving operations
RIICFW307D
Direct cast in-situ piling operations
RIICOM201D
Communicate in the workplace
RIICOM301D
Communicate information
RIICOM302D
Communicate workplace information
RIICPL301D
Install water mains pipelines
RIICPL302D
Install stormwater systems
RIICPL303D
Install sewer pipelines
RIICPL304D
Install pre-cast gully pits
RIICPL305D
Install pre-cast access chambers
RIICPL401D
Apply the principles for the installation of underground service using open excavation
RIICRC201D
Repair potholes
RIICRC202D
Install signs
RIICRC203D
Install sub-soil drainage
RIICRC204D
Install and maintain roadside fixtures
RIICRC205D
Install utility poles
RIICRC206D
Install pre-cast concrete crash barriers
RIICRC207D
Install noise barriers
RIICRC208D
Lay pipes
RIICRC209D
Lay reinforced concrete box culverts
RIICRC301D
Maintain drainage systems
RIICRC302D
Place and form concrete kerb, channel and fixtures
RIICRC303D
Lay pavers
RIICRC304D
Maintain sealed roads
RIICRC305D
Conduct road construction paver screeding operations
RIICRC306D
Conduct earthworks
RIICRC307D
Conduct road pavement construction
RIICRC308D
Conduct paver operations
RIICRC309D
Conduct stabiliser operations
RIICRC310D
Construct and maintain roads
RIICRC311D
Conduct concrete road paver operations
RIICRC312D
Setup and maintain concrete paver stringlines
RIICRC313D
Conduct concrete road curing and texturing operations
RIICRC314D
Handle concrete materials
RIICRC315D
Use concreting materials and equipment
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIICRC316D
Place and compact concrete
RIICRC317D
Finish concrete pavements
RIICRC318D
Cure Concrete
RIICRC319D
Saw and cut concrete pavements to initiate planned cracks
RIICRC320D
Seal concrete pavements
RIICRC321D
Use automated paving guidance systems
RIICRC322D
Receive, check and record concrete deliveries
RIICRC323D
Insert tie bars in fresh concrete
RIICRC401D
Apply the principles of flexible pavement construction
RIICRC402D
Apply the principles of rigid pavement construction
RIICRC403D
Apply the principles of the stabilisation of materials
RIICRC404D
Inspect and report on pavement condition
RIICRC405D
Carry out pavement condition measurement
RIICRC406D
Apply the principles of pavement maintenance
RIICRM201D
Escort mobile road marking operations
RIICRM202D
Handle and store road marking materials
RIICRM203D
Conduct pedestrian road marking operations
RIICRM204D
Prepare surface for road marking
RIICRM205D
Conduct road marking measuring operations
RIICRM206D
Conduct airless and atomised spraying operations
RIICRM207D
Install raised pavement markers
RIICRM301D
Conduct ride on road marking operations
RIICRM302D
Conduct long line road marking operations
RIICRM303D
Conduct thermo plastic road marking operations
RIICSG401D
Apply the principles of civil concrete structures construction
RIICSG402D
Apply the principles of civil steel structures construction
RIICSG403D
Apply the principles of civil timber structures construction
RIICSG404D
Apply the principles of civil masonry, crib and gabion structure construction
RIICSG405D
Carry out inspections of civil structures
RIICSG406D
Apply principles of maintenance of civil structures
RIICTB201D
Maintain timber bridges
RIICTB202D
Apply bridge durability treatment
RIICTB203D
Produce drawings and sketches
RIICTB301D
Undertake visual inspection
RIICTB302D
Install temporary support members
RIICTB303D
Erect a temporary modular support system (bailey) on an existing bridge
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIICTB304D
Install or replace sub-structure members
RIICTB305D
Install or replace super-structure members
RIICTB306D
Splice and connect timber members
RIICTB307D
Assemble a temporary modular bridge
RIICTB308D
Install or replace truss members
RIICTB309D
Construct, maintain and remove coffer dams
RIICTB310D
Construct specialised timber deck systems
RIICTC301D
Install tunneling constructions services
RIICTC302D
Line tunnel
RIICTC303D
Excavate tunnel by machine
RIICTC304D
Muck out tunnel earthworks
RIICTC305D
Construct portals
RIICTC401D
Apply the principles of tunnel construction
RIICTT301D
Conduct fluid assisted directional boring
RIICTT302D
Conduct impact moling, ramming and augering
RIICTT303D
Control micro tunneling and pipe-jacking
RIICTT304D
Undertake on-line replacement for existing pipeline systems
RIICTT305D
Undertake localised repair and sealing of existing pipeline systems
RIICTT306D
Install cure in-place linings for existing pipeline systems
RIICTT307D
Spray linings for existing pipeline systems
RIICTT308D
Install close-fit linings for existing pipeline systems
RIICTT309D
Install slip lining in existing pipeline systems
RIICTT310D
Renovate large diameter pipes and chambers
RIICTT401D
Apply the principles for the installation of underground services using trenchless technology
RIICTT402D
Apply the principles for the repair and rehabilitation of underground services using trenchless
technology
RIICWD501D
Prepare detailed design of foundations
RIICWD502D
Prepare detailed design of lighting
RIICWD503D
Prepare work zone traffic management plan
RIICWD504D
Prepare detailed design of environmental controls
RIICWD505D
Prepare detailed design of landscaping
RIICWD506D
Prepare detailed design of canals
RIICWD507D
Prepare detailed geotechnical design
RIICWD508D
Prepare detailed design of rural roads
RIICWD509D
Prepare detailed design of urban roads
RIICWD510D
Prepare detailed design of busways
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIICWD511D
Prepare detailed design of sub-divisions
RIICWD512D
Prepare detailed design of motorways and interchanges
RIICWD513D
Prepare detailed design of rail civil infrastructure
RIICWD514D
Prepare detailed design of dams
RIICWD515D
Prepare detailed design of airfield civil works
RIICWD516D
Prepare detailed design of bicycle ways
RIICWD517D
Prepare detailed design of industrial hardstands
RIICWD518D
Prepare detailed design of open car parks
RIICWD519D
Prepare detailed design of inter modal facilities civil works
RIICWD520D
Prepare detailed design of rigid pavements
RIICWD521D
Prepare detailed design of flexible pavements
RIICWD522D
Prepare stabilised material mix design
RIICWD523D
Prepare asphalt mix design
RIICWD524D
Prepare design of spray seal surfacing
RIICWD525D
Select pavement surfacing
RIICWD526D
Prepare detailed traffic analysis
RIICWD527D
Prepare detailed design of traffic signals
RIICWD528D
Prepare detailed design of traffic management systems
RIICWD529D
Prepare detailed design of underground services
RIICWD530D
Prepare detailed design of surface drainage
RIICWD531D
Prepare detailed design of subsurface drainage
RIICWD532D
Prepare detailed design of tunnels
RIICWD533D
Prepare detailed design of civil concrete structures
RIICWD534D
Prepare detailed design of civil steel structures
RIICWD535D
Prepare detailed design of civil timber structures
RIICWD536D
Prepare detailed design of civil masonry, crib and gabion structures
RIICWD537D
Prepare detailed design of marine structures civil works
RIICWD601D
Manage the civil works design process
RIICWM401D
Supervise civil works
RIICWM402D
Supervise civil works contractors
RIICWM501D
Implement civil construction plan
RIICWM502D
Implement civil works maintenance program
RIICWM503D
Prepare civil works cost estimate
RIICWM504D
Prepare civil works bill of quantities
RIICWM505D
Prepare civil works schedule of rates
RIICWM601D
Establish civil constructions plans
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIICWM602D
Establish civil works maintenance programs
RIIDES301D
Inspect, test and maintain diesel engine systems and their ancillary systems
RIIDES302D
Inspect, test and maintain joints on diesel engine systems
RIIDES303D
Inspect, test and maintain cooling systems on diesel engine systems
RIIDES304D
Inspect, test and maintain inlet systems on diesel engine systems
RIIDES305D
Inspect, test and maintain exhaust systems on diesel engine systems
RIIDES306D
Inspect, test and maintain safety shutdown systems on diesel engine systems
RIIDES307D
Test, determine the cause and rectify excessive emission levels on diesel engine systems
RIIDML401D
Apply the principles of demolitions
RIIEGS201D
Operate in isolated and remote situations
RIIEGS202D
Conduct field work
RIIEGS301D
Operate and maintain instruments and field equipment
RIIEGS302D
Plan and undertake field trip
RIIEGS303D
Provide geological field assistance
RIIEGS304D
Mobilise equipment and materials
RIIEGS305D
Navigate in remote or trackless areas
RIIEGS306D
Prepare drill site
RIIENV201D
Identify and assess environmental and heritage concerns
RIIENV202D
Suppress airborne contaminants
RIIENV301D
Conduct atmospheric monitoring
RIIENV302D
Apply environmentally sustainable work practices
RIIENV401D
Supervise dust and noise control
RIIENV402D
Implement and monitor environmental policies
RIIENV501D
Implement and maintain environmental management plan
RIIENV502D
Undertake process or project environmental impact assessment
RIIENV601D
Establish and maintain the environmental management system
RIIERR201D
Conduct fire team operations
RIIERR202D
Contribute to the control of emergencies and critical situations
RIIERR203D
Escape from hazardous situation unaided
RIIERR204D
Provide aided rescue to endangered personnel
RIIERR205D
Apply initial response First Aid
RIIERR301D
Respond to mine incident
RIIERR302D
Respond to local emergencies and incidents
RIIERR303D
Operate in self-contained regenerative oxygen breathing apparatus
RIIERR304D
Control emergencies and critical situations
RIIERR305D
Control underground fires
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIERR306D
Conduct underground search
RIIERR307D
Extricate casualties from underground incident
RIIERR308D
Extricate and transport people involved in incidents
RIIERR309D
Establish and operate from fresh air base
RIIERR310D
Provide support for rescue operations
RIIERR311D
Assess and implement life support systems and stabilise casualties
RIIERR401D
Apply and monitor surface operations emergency preparedness and response systems
RIIERR402D
Apply and monitor underground coal mine emergency preparedness and response systems
RIIERR403D
Lead rescue team
RIIERR404D
Apply and monitor underground metalliferous mine emergency preparedness and response
systems
RIIERR501D
Implement underground coal mine emergency preparedness and response systems
RIIERR503D
Implement emergency preparedness and response systems
RIIERR504D
Manage major incidents and emergencies
RIIERR601D
Establish and maintain mine emergency preparedness and response systems
RIIERR602D
Establish and maintain underground coal mine emergency preparedness and response systems
RIIFIA401D
Manage financial records
RIIGOV201D
Comply with site work processes/procedures
RIIGOV401D
Apply, monitor and report on compliance systems
RIIGOV501D
Identify, implement and maintain legal compliance requirements
RIIGOV601D
Establish, maintain and develop a statutory compliance management system
RIIHAN201D
Operate a forklift
RIIHAN202D
Handle and store cargo
RIIHAN203D
Conduct lifting operations
RIIHAN204D
Load and unload cargo/goods
RIIHAN205D
Secure cargo
RIIHAN206D
Transport plant, equipment and personnel
RIIHAN207D
Operate personnel and materials hoists
RIIHAN208D
Perform dogging
RIIHAN209D
Perform basic rigging
RIIHAN210D
Perform intermediate rigging operations
RIIHAN211D
Conduct basic scaffolding operations
RIIHAN212D
Conduct non-slewing crane operations
RIIHAN213D
Work effectively in the drilling Industry
RIIHAN301D
Operate elevating work platform
RIIHAN302D
Conduct intermediate scaffolding operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIHAN304D
Conduct slewing crane operations
RIIHAN305D
Operate a gantry or overhead crane
RIIHAN306D
Carry out lifting using multiple cranes
RIIHAN307D
Operate a vehicle loading crane
RIIHAN308D
Load and unload plant
RIIHAN309D
Conduct telescopic materials handler operations
RIIHAN310D
Conduct crane operations underground
RIIHAN311D
Conduct operations with integrated tool carrier
RIIHAN401D
Organise and monitor wharf/terminal operations
RIIHAN402D
Process movement of containers and cargo
RIIIMG301D
Maintain site records
RIILAT401D
Provide leadership in the supervision of Indigenous employees
RIILAT601D
Manage group processes
RIIMCO201D
Conduct spreader operations
RIIMCO202D
Conduct mobile slew conveyor operations
RIIMCO301D
Conduct control centre operations
RIIMCO302D
Conduct surface miner operations
RIIMCO303D
Conduct auger miner operations
RIIMCP202D
Conduct rail dispatch operations
RIIMCP301D
Monitor plant operations for coal preparation
RIIMCU201D
Operate power tram
RIIMCU202D
Conduct tracked vehicle/plant operations
RIIMCU203D
Conduct wheeled vehicle operations (non-articulated)
RIIMCU204D
Conduct wheeled vehicle operations (articulated)
RIIMCU205D
Conduct rotational drilling
RIIMCU206D
Install, maintain and recover gas drainage systems
RIIMCU207D
Install, maintain and recover electrical services
RIIMCU208D
Conduct basic strata control operations
RIIMCU209D
Conduct roadway maintenance
RIIMCU210D
Conduct stonedusting operations
RIIMCU211D
Install and maintain explosion barriers
RIIMCU212D
Construct and maintain basic ventilation devices
RIIMCU213D
Conduct feeder breaker operations
RIIMCU214D
Conduct face ventilation operations
RIIMCU215D
Operate longwall ancillary equipment
RIIMCU216D
Maintain lamp cabin operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIMCU301D
Conduct specialised strata control operations
RIIMCU302D
Construct and maintain ventilation devices
RIIMCU303D
Conduct continuous miner operations
RIIMCU304D
Conduct shuttle car operations
RIIMCU305D
Conduct outburst mining operations
RIIMCU306D
Conduct shearer operations
RIIMCU307D
Conduct longwall face equipment operations
RIIMCU308D
Install and recover longwall equipment
RIIMCU309D
Operate breaker line supports
RIIMCU310D
Conduct flexible conveyor train (FCT) operations
RIIMCU311D
Monitor control processes
RIIMCU401D
Conduct special roadway operations
RIIMCU402D
Apply spontaneous combustion management measures
RIIMCU403D
Apply and monitor the gas management plan
RIIMCU404D
Apply and monitor the gas drainage management plan
RIIMCU405D
Apply and monitor the outburst management plan
RIIMCU406D
Apply and monitor the inrush management plan
RIIMCU407D
Apply and monitor the strata management plan
RIIMCU408D
Apply the spontaneous combustion management plan
RIIMCU501D
Implement the spontaneous combustion management plan
RIIMCU502D
Implement the gas management plan
RIIMCU503D
Implement the gas drainage management plan
RIIMCU504D
Implement the outburst management plan
RIIMCU505D
Implement the inrush management plan
RIIMCU506D
Implement strata management plan
RIIMCU601D
Establish and maintain the spontaneous combustion management plan
RIIMCU602D
Establish and maintain the gas management system
RIIMCU603D
Establish and maintain the gas drainage management plan
RIIMCU604D
Establish and maintain the outburst management plan
RIIMCU605D
Establish and maintain the inrush management plan
RIIMCU606D
Establish and maintain the mining method and strata management systems
RIIMEX201D
Suppress dust in open-cut environment
RIIMEX202D
Install open-cut mine ground support
RIIMEX203D
Break oversize rock
RIIMEX204D
Conduct workboat/barge operations
RIIMEX301D
Conduct Dredging Operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIMEX302D
Assess ground conditions
RIIMEX401D
Apply pit plan
RIIMEX402D
Supervise dredging operations
RIIMEX403D
Apply the principles of canal construction
RIIMEX404D
Apply and monitor systems for stable mining
RIIMEX405D
Apply and monitor systems and methods of surface coal mining
RIIMEX406D
Apply and monitor mine transport system and production equipment
RIIMEX501D
Implement pit plan
RIIMEX502D
Implement systems and methods of mining
RIIMEX503D
Manage dredging operations
RIIMEX601D
Plan pit development
RIIMEX602D
Establish and maintain surface mining ground control and slope stability systems
RIIMEX603D
Establish and maintain underground mining ground control and stable mining systems
RIIMEX604D
Establish and maintain surface product haulage and transport systems
RIIMEX605D
Establish, implement and maintain operational management plans
RIIMPG201D
Connect and disconnect reefer refrigeration units
RIIMPG301D
Control and monitor automated plant/machinery
RIIMPO201D
Operate roller/compactor underground
RIIMPO202D
Undertake towing underground
RIIMPO203D
Support bucket wheel system operations
RIIMPO204D
Conduct conveyor shifting dozer operations
RIIMPO205D
Operate roller/compactor
RIIMPO206D
Conduct bulk water truck operations
RIIMPO208D
Operate support equipment
RIIMPO210D
Conduct underground truck operations
RIIMPO301D
Conduct hydraulic excavator operations
RIIMPO302D
Conduct hydraulic shovel operations
RIIMPO303D
Conduct rope shovel operations
RIIMPO304D
Conduct wheel loader operations
RIIMPO305D
Conduct coal stockpile dozer operations
RIIMPO306D
Operate plant/machinery on live stockpiles
RIIMPO307D
Conduct wheel grader operations in underground mines
RIIMPO308D
Conduct tracked dozer operations
RIIMPO309D
Conduct wheeled dozer operations
RIIMPO310D
Conduct grader operations
RIIMPO312D
Conduct scraper operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIMPO313D
Conduct face loader operations
RIIMPO314D
Operate small open cut mine equipment
RIIMPO315D
Conduct tractor operations
RIIMPO316D
Conduct self propelled compactor operations
RIIMPO317D
Conduct roller operations
RIIMPO318D
Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operations
RIIMPO319D
Conduct backhoe/loader operations
RIIMPO320D
Conduct civil construction excavator operations
RIIMPO321D
Conduct civil construction wheeled front end loader operations
RIIMPO322D
Conduct civil construction tracked front end loader operations
RIIMPO323D
Conduct civil construction dozer operations
RIIMPO324D
Conduct civil construction grader operations
RIIMPO325D
Conduct civil construction scraper operations
RIIMPO326D
Conduct civil construction water cart operations
RIIMPO327D
Conduct pipe layer operations
RIIMPO328D
Conduct continuous bucket trencher operations
RIIMPO329D
Conduct dragline operations
RIIMPO330D
Conduct bucket-wheel operations
RIIMPO331D
Conduct operations with stockpile dozer
RIIMPO333D
Conduct underground load, haul and dump truck operations
RIIMPO334D
Conduct skid steer loader operations using attachments
RIIMPO335D
Conduct skid steer loader operations without attachments
RIIMPO336D
Conduct belly dump truck operations
RIIMPO337D
Conduct articulated haul truck operations
RIIMPO338D
Conduct rigid haul truck operations
RIIMPO401D
Supervise mobile plant operations
RIIMPO402D
Apply the principles of earthworks construction
RIIMPO403D
Monitor interaction of heavy and light vehicles and mining equipment
RIIMPO501D
Implement, monitor, rectify and report on mobile plant and equipment systems
RIIMPO502D
Manage the interaction of heavy and light vehicles and mining equipment
RIIMPO503D
Manage laser leveling of operating plant
RIIMSM301D
Establish a mining claim
RIIMSM302D
Plan small mine operations
RIIMSM303D
Install underground shaft
RIIMSM304D
Inspect small mines operations
RIIMSM305D
Conduct materials extraction operations underground
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIMSM306D
Design and maintain pillar system and ground control
RIIMSM307D
Install and maintain ventilation systems and equipment
RIINHB201D
Load, secure and unload drilling equipment and materials
RIINHB202D
Set up/pack up drill site
RIINHB203D
Support drilling process
RIINHB205D
Assist continuous flight auger drilling
RIINHB206D
Assist large diameter auger drilling
RIINHB208D
Assist diamond core drilling
RIINHB209D
Assist guided boring
RIINHB210D
Assist surface directional drilling
RIINHB211D
Assist mud rotary drilling
RIINHB213D
Assist cable tool drilling
RIINHB216D
Assist underground in-seam directional drilling
RIINHB217D
Assist horizontal direction drilling
RIINHB218D
Assist grouting or cementing operations
RIINHB219D
Assist with air drilling
RIINHB301D
Set up and prepare for drilling operations
RIINHB302D
Conduct reaming
RIINHB303D
Install product pipe
RIINHB304D
Conduct air drilling
RIINHB305D
Conduct continuous flight auger drilling
RIINHB306D
Conduct large diameter auger drilling
RIINHB307D
Conduct conventional core drilling
RIINHB308D
Conduct wireline core drilling
RIINHB309D
Conduct guided boring
RIINHB310D
Conduct surface directional drilling
RIINHB311D
Conduct mud rotary drilling
RIINHB312D
Conduct raise boring
RIINHB313D
Conduct cable tool drilling
RIINHB315D
Conduct top-hole hammer drilling
RIINHB316D
Conduct underground in-seam directional drilling
RIINHB317D
Install underground in-seam directional drilling standpipes
RIINHB318D
Install and operate water and gas control equipment
RIINHB319D
Install de-watering conduit and gas drainage equipment
RIINHB320D
Construct monitoring bores
RIINHB322D
Construct multiple aquifer production bores
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIINHB323D
Conduct horizontal directional drilling
RIINHB324D
Carry out grouting or cementing operations
RIINHB325D
Construct and complete single aquifer production bores
RIINHB401D
Plan and supervise the mobilisation of equipment, crew and materials
RIINHB402D
Supervise mineral exploration drilling operations
RIINHB403D
Supervise geotechnical drilling operations
RIINHB404D
Supervise seismic drilling operations
RIINHB405D
Supervise water well drilling operations
RIINHB406D
Supervise foundation drilling operations
RIINHB407D
Supervise horizontal directional drilling operations
RIINHB408D
Supervise environmental drilling operations
RIINHB409D
Supervise mineral production and development drilling operations
RIINHB410D
Supervise surface directional drilling operations
RIINHB411D
Construct artesian (flowing) aquifer production bores
RIINHB412D
Construct geothermal wells
RIINHB413D
Supervise underground in-seam directional drilling operations
RIINHB501D
Plan drilling
RIIOGD201D
Assist in maintaining rig safety and emergency procedures
RIIOGD202D
Carry out equipment and basic rig maintenance
RIIOGD203D
Prepare and operate drilling fluid systems
RIIOGD204D
Perform rig floor operations
RIIOGD205D
Support blow out prevention operations
RIIOGD206D
Assist with coal seam gas control
RIIOGD209D
Operate and maintain ancillary equipment
RIIOGD301D
Conduct and maintain derrick operations
RIIOGD302D
Trip casing
RIIOGD303D
Trip pipe
RIIOGD304D
Apply effective coal seam gas control practices
RIIOGD305D
Apply blow out prevention operational procedures
RIIOGD401D
Rig up, conduct pre-spud operations and rig down
RIIOGD402D
Participate in nippling-up and pressure test
RIIOGD403D
Conduct drilling operations
RIIOGD404D
Coordinate air drilling operations
RIIOGD405D
Carry out well control and blow out prevention
RIIOGD406D
Shut down rig
RIIOGD501D
Manage rig operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIOGD502D
Plan and evaluate rig operations
RIIOGD503D
Oversee drilling operations
RIIOGD504D
Manage drilling operations
RIIOGD505D
Manage drilling induction and orientation
RIIOGD506D
Manage rig move and camp move
RIIOGD507D
Manage and monitor rig-up and rig-up to spud operations
RIIOGD508D
Manage well completion and abandonment
RIIOGD601D
Manage multiple drilling operations
RIIOGF201D
Carry out deck operations
RIIOGF202D
Assist in the transfer of passengers and freight during helicopter operations
RIIOGF203D
Contribute to the control of offshore emergencies
RIIOGF301D
Monitor, operate and maintain mud pits and equipment
RIIOGF302D
Operate drilling fluids and mud pits
RIIOGN201D
Carry out rig lease operations
RIIOGN302D
Operate mud pumps
RIIOGN303D
Operate mud systems
RIIPBE201D
Conduct aeration process
RIIPBE202D
Conduct digestion process
RIIPBE203D
Conduct precipitation operations
RIIPBE204D
Conduct reduction process
RIIPBE205D
Conduct roasting operations
RIIPBE301D
Conduct calcinations activities
RIIPBE302D
Conduct bacterial oxidation
RIIPBE303D
Conduct filtering process
RIIPBE304D
Conduct heavy media separation
RIIPBE305D
Conduct high tension separation
RIIPBE306D
Conduct leaching process
RIIPBE307D
Conduct pressure oxidation
RIIPBE308D
Conduct thickening and clarifying process
RIIPBE309D
Conduct wet gravity separation
RIIPBE310D
Conduct flotation process
RIIPBE311D
Conduct magnetic separation
RIIPBP202D
Conduct air cleaning activities
RIIPBP301D
Process lime products
RIIPBP302D
Control operations in acid plant
RIIPEO201D
Conduct conveyor operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIPEO202D
Provide deck support for conveyor-car high wall mining operations
RIIPEO203D
Conduct stacker operations
RIIPEO204D
Conduct shore side mooring operations
RIIPEO205D
Conduct ship loading operations
RIIPEO206D
Lay and recover cables and hoses
RIIPEO207D
Coordinate conveyor system shift
RIIPEO208D
Extend, retract and maintain conveyor componentry
RIIPEO301D
Conduct conveyor-car high wall mining operations
RIIPEO302D
Operate and monitor ore car dumpers
RIIPGP201D
Conduct pump operations
RIIPGP202D
Handle reagents
RIIPGP203D
Operate compressors
RIIPGP204D
Carry out bore-field operations
RIIPGP205D
Handle, store and use cyanide
RIIPGP301D
Conduct drying activities
RIIPGP302D
Monitor and operate auxiliary plant and equipment
RIIPHA201D
Operate raw material feed systems
RIIPHA301D
Conduct milling/grinding
RIIPHA302D
Operate and monitor filter processes
RIIPHA303D
Operate agglomeration circuit
RIIPRE201D
Conduct solvent extraction
RIIPRE202D
Prepare and carry out electrolytic cleaning process
RIIPRE203D
Prepare for sintering activities
RIIPRE204D
Sinter materials
RIIPRE301D
Conduct electrowinning/electrorefining operations
RIIPRE302D
Conduct elution processes
RIIPRE303D
Conduct gold room operations
RIIPRE304D
Monitor casting quality
RIIPRM501D
Implement, monitor, rectify and report on contracts
RIIPRO201D
Conduct crushing operations
RIIPRO202D
Conduct screening and conveying operations
RIIPRO203D
Operate programmable logic control systems
RIIPRO204D
Bulk package and store product
RIIPRO205D
Conduct blending plant operations
RIIPRO301D
Conduct crushing and screening plant operations
RIIPRO302D
Perform process control room operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIPRO303D
Conduct sand wash plant operations
RIIPRO401D
Supervise processing operations
RIIPRO402D
Supervise recycled materials operations
RIIPRO501D
Implement site processing plant operations
RIIPRO502D
Develop, implement and maintain process control systems
RIIPRO601D
Design processing plant
RIIPSM201D
Tap furnaces
RIIPSM202D
Prepare for pelletising activities
RIIPSM203D
Produce pellets
RIIPSM301D
Cast a blast furnace
RIIPSM302D
Cast ingots
RIIPSM303D
Operate a blast furnace
RIIPSM304D
Operate furnaces
RIIPSM305D
Operate converters
RIIPSM306D
Supply molten metal and additives to furnaces
RIIPSM307D
Control molten metal in holding furnace/vessel
RIIPSM308D
Monitor and maintain furnace gas efficiency
RIIPSM309D
Monitor and maintain flue gas efficiency
RIIQUA201D
Maintain and monitor site quality standards
RIIQUA401D
Apply a quality management system on site
RIIQUA501D
Implement, monitor and develop quality management plans
RIIQUA601D
Establish and maintain a quality system
RIIRAI401D
Apply and monitor mine services and infrastructure systems
RIIRAI402D
Apply and monitor site plant and resource management plan
RIIRAI501D
Implement mine transport systems and production equipment
RIIRAI502D
Implement site plant and resource management plan
RIIRAI503D
Implement site services and infrastructure systems
RIIRAI504D
Select and install surface plant and equipment
RIIRAI505D
Implement the surface mine mechanical plant management plan
RIIRAI506D
Implement, monitor, rectify and report on inventory control system
RIIRAI507D
Implement the underground coal mine mechanical plant management plan
RIIRAI508D
Implement mine services systems
RIIRAI509D
Implement mine fixed plant and infrastructure systems
RIIRAI510D
Implement, monitor, rectify and report on interfaces between electrical and mechanical
componentry
RIIRAI601D
Establish and maintain the site infrastructure and fixed plant systems
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIRAI602D
Establish and maintain mine mechanical plant, services and infrastructure systems
RIIRAI603D
Establish and maintain mine transport systems and production equipment
RIIRAI604D
Establish and maintain mine services and infrastructure systems
RIIRAI605D
Establish and maintain an underground mine mechanical plant management system
RIIRAI606D
Establish and maintain mine closure management systems
RIIRAI607D
Establish quarry operations
RIIRAI608D
Establish quarry development
RIIRAI609D
Establish and maintain electrical installations, reticulation and protection system
RIIRAI610D
Establish and maintain mechanical standard and engineering practices for transport and
production equipment
RIIRAI611D
Establish and maintain a surface mine mechanical plant management system
RIIRAI612D
Establish and maintain underground product haulage and transport systems
RIIRIS201D
Conduct local risk control
RIIRIS202D
Respond to site based spills
RIIRIS301D
Apply risk management processes
RIIRIS401D
Apply site risk management system
RIIRIS402D
Carry out the risk management processes
RIIRIS403D
Manage and coordinate spill response
RIIRIS501D
Implement and maintain management system to control risk
RIIRIS601D
Establish and maintain the risk management system
RIISAM201D
Handle resources and infrastructure materials and safely dispose of non toxic materials
RIISAM202D
Isolate and access plant
RIISAM203D
Use hand and power tools
RIISAM204D
Operate small plant and equipment
RIISAM205D
Cut, weld and bend materials
RIISAM207D
Apply operational maintenance skills
RIISAM208D
Perform plant operational maintenance
RIISAM209D
Carry out operational maintenance
RIISAM210D
Remove and fit wheel assemblies
RIISAM211D
Remove, repair and refit tyres and tubes
RIISAM212D
Service mine plant and equipment
RIISAM213D
Position and set up mobile lighting
RIISAM214D
Provide support to electrical tradesperson
RIISAM215D
Carry out drilling Industry operational maintenance
RIISAM301D
Test operational functions of vehicles and equipment
RIISAM302D
Service and handover plant and machines
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIISAM303D
Shut down dredge for operator maintenance
RIISAM304D
Install, commission and maintain major conveyor equipment and systems
RIISAM305D
Repair and splice conveyor belting
RIISAM306D
Service and maintain conveyors, feeders and hoppers
RIISAM307D
Service and maintain crushers
RIISAM308D
Service and maintain screens
RIISAM309D
Service and maintain pumps
RIISAM310D
Install and commission plant, machinery and services
RIISAM311D
Maintain winder equipment
RIISAM312D
Inspect and maintain shafts and structures
RIISAM313D
Monitor, inspect and service ropes and attachments
RIISAM314D
Manage oil and gas drilling equipment maintenance
RIISAM401D
Apply site plant, equipment and infrastructure maintenance management plan
RIISAM402D
Supervise operation of electrical equipment and installations
RIISAM403D
Commission/recommission plant
RIISAM501D
Implement and maintain the site plant, equipment and infrastructure maintenance plan
RIISAM502D
Manage general drilling equipment maintenance
RIISAM601D
Establish and maintain plant, equipment and infrastructure maintenance system
RIISAM602D
Establish and maintain maintenance management system for mechanical plant and equipment
RIISDM501D
Conduct mine surveying operations
RIISRM301D
Blend stockpile materials
RIISRM302D
Conduct stockpile reclaiming operations
RIISRM303D
Move and position materials to form stockpiles
RIISRM304D
Maintain stockpiles
RIISRM401D
Apply and monitor the site stockpile management plan
RIISRM501D
Implement the stockpile management plan
RIISRM502D
Design stockpile formations and reclaiming systems
RIISRM601D
Establish and maintain the stockpile management system
RIISTD201D
Read and interpret maps
RIISTD202D
Collect routine site samples
RIISTD301D
Take environmental samples and measurements
RIISTD302D
Process data and maintain accurate records
RIIUMM201D
Install ground support
RIIUMM202D
Install and maintain vent
RIIUMM203D
Prepare and perform manual scaling operations
RIIUMM301D
Conduct wet filling activities
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIUMM302D
Install sets
RIIUMM303D
Conduct hand held mining
RIIUMM304D
Construct and maintain underground roads
RIIUMM305D
Install and remove a secondary fan
RIIUMM306D
Conduct mechanical scaling
RIIUMM307D
Maintain underground stockpiles
RIIUND201D
Install, maintain and recover reticulation systems
RIIUND202D
Operate from elevated work platform underground
RIIUND204D
Refuel vehicles/machines underground
RIIUND205D
Respond to a workforce incident
RIIUND206D
Install hand held underground ground support
RIIUND207D
Conduct underground lifting operations
RIIUND208D
Conduct skip operations
RIIUND209D
Operate automated winder
RIIUND301D
Operate manual winder
RIIUND302D
Conduct cage operations
RIIUND303D
Operate winder for shaft sinking
RIIUND304D
Recover equipment
RIIUND305D
Recover underground equipment
RIIUND306D
Conduct line of sight remote operations
RIIUND307D
Conduct tele-remote operations
RIIUND308D
Conduct control room operations
RIIUND309D
Conduct mechanical underground ground support drilling and installation
RIIUND310D
Apply shot-crete underground
RIIUND401D
Apply and monitor the ventilation management plan
RIIUND501D
Implement the ventilation management plan
RIIUND601D
Establish and maintain the ventilation management system
RIIUND602D
Establish and maintain mine services systems
RIIUND603D
Manage, operate and maintain the mine ventilation system
RIIVEH201D
Operate light vehicle
RIIVEH202D
Operate a medium vehicle
RIIVEH203D
Operate light vehicle underground
RIIVEH301D
Conduct rail haulage operations
RIIVEH302D
Operate multi-combination vehicle
RIIVEH303D
Drive heavy combination vehicle
RIIVEH304D
Conduct tip truck operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIVEH305D
Operate and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle
RIIVEH306D
Operate mine service vehicle
RIIVEH307D
Operate heavy rigid vehicle
RIIWBP201D
Treat and dispose of rejects and tailings
RIIWBP202D
Distribute tailings
RIIWBP203D
Monitor tailings dam environment
RIIWBP401D
Apply and monitor site waste and by-products management plan
RIIWBP501D
Implement site waste and by-product management plan
RIIWBP502D
Plan and monitor recycled material operations
RIIWBP601D
Establish and maintain waste and by-product management system
RIIWHS201D
Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIIWHS202D
Enter and work in confined spaces
RIIWHS203D
Maintain amenities
RIIWHS204D
Work safely at heights
RIIWHS205D
Control traffic with stop-slow bat
RIIWHS301D
Conduct safety and health investigations
RIIWHS302D
Implement traffic management plan
RIIWHS401D
Supervise work in confined spaces
RIIWHS402D
Examine and maintain mine safety
RIIWHS403D
Apply the mine work health and safety management plan
RIIWHS404D
Implement and monitor health and hygiene management systems
RIIWHS405D
Maintain standard procedures and safe working practices
RIIWHS601D
Establish and maintain the WHS management system
RIIWHS602D
Incorporate health and hygiene factors into mine management
RIIWMG201D
Conduct dewatering activities in surface operations
RIIWMG202D
Conduct dewatering operations in underground mining operations
RIIWMG203D
Drain and dewater civil construction site
RIIWMG301D
Control construction site water table
RIIWMG302D
Reclaim and treat water
RIIWMG401D
Apply and monitor the site water management plan
RIIWMG402D
Monitor and coordinate waste and process water treatment
RIIWMG501D
Implement the site water management plan
RIIWMG601D
Establish and maintain water management system
RIIWSV201D
Perform well servicing rig floor operations
RIIWSV202D
Carry out well servicing rig lease operations
RIIWSV203D
Prepare equipment for well servicing air operations
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Unit Code
Unit Title
RIIWSV301D
Conduct and maintain well servicing derrick operations
RIIWSV302D
Well servicing trip production tubing/work string
RIIWSV303D
Operate fluid systems
RIIWSV304D
Prepare well servicing fishing operations
RIIWSV401D
Rig up and rig down for well servicing
RIIWSV402D
Conduct well servicing milling operations
RIIWSV403D
Participate in nippling up and pressure test
RIIWSV404D
Conduct fishing operations
RIIWSV501D
Manage well servicing induction and orientation
RIIWSV502D
Manage well completion and rig release
RIIWSV503D
Manage and monitor rig up operations
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Resource and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Skill Sets
Skill Sets are single Units of Competency, or combinations of units of competency, from an endorsed Industry
Training Package, which link to a licence or regulatory requirement or defined Industry need.
Code
Title
RIISS00018
Concrete Paving - Automated Paving Guidance System (APGS) Technician Skill Set
RIISS00019
Concrete Paving - Finisher Skill Set
RIISS00020
Concrete Paving - General Hand Skill Set
RIISS00021
Concrete Paving - Hand Texturing and Curing Skill
RIISS00022
Concrete Paving - Joint Sealer Skill Set
RIISS00023
Concrete Paving - Machine Operator Skill Set
RIISS00024
Concrete Paving - Saw Cutter Skill Set
RIISS00025
Concrete Paving - Spotter Recorder Skill Set
RIISS00026
Concrete Paving - Stringliner Skill Set
RIISS00027
Concrete Paving - Texture Machine Operator Skill Set
RIISS00028
Concrete Paving - Tie Bar Inserter Skill Set
RIISS00029
Leading Hand – Coal Mining Skill Set
RIISS00030
Explosion Protected Diesel Engine Systems Maintenance Skill Set
RIISS00031
Mine Surveying Skill Set
RIISS00032
Site Health and Safety Coordinator Skill Set
RIISS00033
Underground Coal Mine Safety Skill Set
RIISS00034
Surface Coal Mine Safety Skill Set
RIISS00035
Underground Shotfiring – Coal Skill Set
RIISS00036
Underground Shotfiring – Metalliferous Skill Set
RIISS00037
Surface Shotfiring Skill Set
RIISS00038
Oil and Gas (Off Shore) Rouseabout Skill Set
RIISS00039
Supervision of Indigenous Employees Skill Set
RIISS00040
Work Zone Traffic Control - Auditor/Inspector Skill Set
RIISS00041
Work Zone Traffic Control - Implement Traffic Control Guidance Plan Skill Set
RIISS00042
Work Zone Traffic Control – Road Labourer Skill Set
RIISS00043
Work Zone Traffic Control – Supervisor Skill Set
RIISS00044
Work Zone Traffic Control – Traffic Controller Skill Set
RIISS00045
Work Zone Traffic Control Guidance Plan – Developer Skill Set
RIISS00046
Leading Hand Skill Set
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Qualification mapping information
The following table shows the relationship between the current RII Training Package Qualifications and
superseded Qualifications from either the RII Training Package or the previous RII09 Training Package,
including:

E = Equivalent. Where Qualifications have been reviewed and updated to reflect Standards for
Industry Training Packages, but the outcomes of the old and new Qualifications are equivalent.

N = Not Equivalent. Where the outcomes of the old and new Qualifications are not equivalent.

NEW = New Qualification. Where there has not previously been a Qualification with similar outcomes.
Current Qualifications
RII10113 Certificate I in
Resources and Infrastructure
Operations
RII20113 Certificate II in Resources and
Infrastructure Work Preparation
RII20213 Certificate II in
Surface Extraction Operations
RII20313 Certificate II in
Underground Coal Mining
RII20413 Certificate II in
Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII20513 Certificate II in
Resource Processing
RII20613 Certificate II in
Mining / Field Exploration
RII20713 Certificate II in
Civil Construction
RII20813 Certificate II in
Bituminous Surfacing
RII20913 Certificate II in
Drilling Operations
RII21013 Certificate II in
Drilling Oil/Gas (Off Shore)
RII21113 Certificate II in
Drilling Oil/Gas (On Shore)
RII21213 Certificate II in Well Servicing
Operations
RII30113 Certificate III in
Surface Extraction Operations
Superseded Qualifications
Relationship
RII10109 Certificate I in Resources and
Infrastructure Operations
N
RII20109 Certificate II in Resources
and Infrastructure Work Preparation
RII20209 Certificate II in Surface
Extraction Operations
RII20309 Certificate II in Underground
Coal Mining
RII20409 Certificate II in Underground
Metalliferous Mining
RII20509 Certificate II in Resource
Processing
RII20609 Certificate II in Mining
Field/Exploration Operations
RII20712 Certificate II in Civil
Construction
RII80809 Certificate II in
Bituminous Surfacing
RII20909 Certificate II in Drilling
Operations
RII21009 Certificate II in Drilling
Oil/Gas (Off shore)
RII21109 Certificate II in Drilling
Oil/Gas (On shore)
N
N
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
New
RII30112 Certificate III in Surface
Extraction Operations
N
RII30213 Certificate III in
Underground Coal Operations
RII30212 Certificate III in Underground
Coal Operations
N
RII30313 Certificate III in
Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII30311 Certificate III in Underground
Metalliferous Mining
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Current Qualifications
Superseded Qualifications
RII30413 Certificate III in
Resource Processing
RII30513 Certificate III in
Mining Exploration
RII30613 Certificate III in
Small Mining Operations
RII30713 Certificate III in
Mine Emergency Response and Rescue
RII30813 Certificate III in
Civil Construction Plant Operations
RII30913 Certificate III in
Civil Construction
RII31213 Certificate III in
Civil Foundations
RII31613 Certificate III in Trenchless
Technology
RII31813 Certificate III in
Drilling Operations
RII31913 Certificate III in
Drilling Oil/Gas (Off shore)
RII32013 Certificate III in
Drilling Oil/Gas (On shore)
RII32213 Certificate III in Well Servicing
Operations
RII40113 Certificate IV in
Surface Extraction Operations
RII40213 Certificate IV in
Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut
Examiner)
RII40313 Certificate IV in
Metalliferous Mining Operations
(Underground)
RII40413 Certificate IV in
Underground Coal Operations
RII40513 Certificate IV in
Resource Processing
RII40613 Certificate IV in
Civil Construction Operations
RII40713 Certificate IV in
Civil Construction Supervision
RII30411 Certificate III in Resource
Processing
RII30509 Certificate III in Mining
Exploration
RII30611 Certificate III in Small Mining
Operations
RII30709 Certificate III in Mine
Emergency Response and Rescue
RII30809 Certificate III in Civil
Construction Plant Operations
RII30912 Certificate III in Civil
Construction
RII31209 Certificate III in Civil
Foundations
RII31609 Certificate III in Trenchless
Technology
RII31809 Certificate III in Drilling
Operations
RII31909 Certificate III in
Drilling Oil/Gas (Off shore)
RII32009 Certificate III in Drilling
Oil/Gas (On shore)
RII40813 Certificate IV in
Civil Construction Design
RII40913 Certificate IV in
Drilling Operations
RII41013 Certificate IV in
RII40809 Certificate IV in
Civil Construction Design
RII40909 Certificate IV in Drilling
Operations
RII41009Certificate IV in
Relationship
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
New
RII40109 Certificate IV in Surface
Extraction Operations
N
RII40212 Certificate IV in Surface Coal
Mining (Open Cut Examiner)
N
RII40311 Certificate IV in Metalliferous
Mining Operations (Underground)
RII40412 Certificate IV in Underground
Coal Operations
RII40509 Certificate IV in Resource
Processing
RII40613 Certificate IV in
Civil Construction Operations
RII40712 Certificate IV in Civil
Construction Supervision
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
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Current Qualifications
Drilling Oil/ Gas (Off shore)
RII41113 Certificate IV in
Drilling Oil/Gas (On Shore)
RII41213 Certificate IV in Well Servicing
Operations
RII50113 Diploma of
Surface Operations Management
RII50213 Diploma of
Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII50313 Diploma of
Minerals Processing
RII50413 Diploma of
Civil Construction Management
RII50513 Diploma of
Civil Construction Design
RII50613 Diploma of Drilling Operations
RII50713 Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas
(Off shore)
RII50813 Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas
(On shore)
RII50913 Diploma of Underground Coal
Mining Management
RII51013 Diploma of Well Servicing
RII60113 Advanced Diploma of
Metalliferous Mining
RII60213 Advanced Diploma of
Extractive Industries Management
RII60313 Advanced Diploma of
Underground Coal Mining Management
RII60413 Advanced Diploma of Drilling
Management
RII60513 Advanced Diploma of Civil
Construction Design
RII60613 Advanced Diploma of Civil
Construction
RII60713 Advanced Diploma of Surface
Coal Mining Management
RII Training Package – Implementation Guide
Superseded Qualifications
Drilling Oil/ Gas (Off shore)
RII41109 Certificate IV in Drilling
Oil/Gas (On shore)
Relationship
E
New
RII50109 Diploma of Surface
Operations Management
RII50209 Diploma of
Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII50309 Diploma of
Minerals Processing
RII50409 Diploma of
Civil Construction Management
RII50509 Diploma of
Civil Construction Design
RII50609 Diploma of Drilling
Operations
RII50709 Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas
(Off shore)
RII50809 Diploma of Drilling Oil/Gas
(On shore)
RII50912 Diploma of Underground
Coal Mining Management
E
N
E
N
N
N
N
E
N
New
RII60109 Advanced Diploma of
Metalliferous Mining
RII60209 Advanced Diploma of
Extractive Industries Management
RII60312 Advanced Diploma of
Underground Coal Mining
Management
RII60409 Advanced Diploma of Drilling
Management
RII60509 Advanced Diploma of Civil
Construction Design
RII60609 Advanced Diploma of Civil
Construction
RII60709 Advanced Diploma of Surface
Coal Mining Management
N
E
E
N
E
N
N
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Unit Mapping Information
The following table shows the relationship between the current Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII)
Training Package Units of Competency and Units in the previous RII09 Training Package, including:

E = Equivalent. Where Units of Competency have been reviewed and updated to reflect Standards for
Industry Training Packages and outcomes of the old and new Units are Equivalent.

N = Not Equivalent. Where the outcomes of the old and new Units are Not equivalent.

NEW = New Unit of Competency. A NEW Unit of Competency
Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
RIIBEF201D
Plan and organise work
Identify and rectify site
RIIBEF202D
operating problems
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIBEF201B
Plan and organise work
Identify and rectify site
RIIBEF202A
operating problems
RIIBEF301D
RIIBEF301A
Run on-site operations
E
RIIBEF302A
Monitor site production
activities
E
RIIBEF401A
Manage non-routine, complex
technical situations
E
RIIBEF402A
Supervise on-site operations
E
RIIBEF601A
Conduct business negotiations
E
RIIBEF302D
RIIBEF401D
RIIBEF402D
RIIBEF601D
RIIBEF602D
RIIBEF603D
RIIBEF604D
RIIBEF605D
RIIBHD301D
RIIBHD302D
RIIBHD303D
RIIBHD304D
RIIBHD305D
RIIBHD401D
RIIBHD501D
Run on-site operations
Monitor site production
activities
Manage non-routine,
complex technical
situations
Supervise on-site
operations
Conduct business
negotiations
Establish and evaluate
operational performance
management systems
Manage decision making
process
Conduct feasibility study
Resource site plans and
objectives
Conduct surface blast hole
drilling operations
Conduct underground
development drilling
Conduct long hole drilling
Set-up and prepare for
open cut drilling operations
Conduct down-hole
hammer drilling
Supervise blast hole drilling
operations
Manage blast hole drilling
operations
RIIBEF602A
RIIBEF603A
RIIBEF604A
RIIBEF605A
RIIBHD301A
RIIBHD302A
RIIBHD303A
RIIBHD304B
RIIBHD305
RIIBHD401A
RIIBHD501A
Establish and evaluate
operational performance
management systems
Manage decision making
process
Relationship
E
E
E
E
Conduct feasibility study
E
Resource site plans and
objectives
Conduct surface blast hole
drilling operations
Conduct underground
development drilling
E
Conduct long hole drilling
E
Set-up and prepare for open
cut drilling operations
Conduct down-hole hammer
drilling
Supervise blast hole drilling
operations
Manage blast hole drilling
operations
E
E
E
E
E
E
Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Support shotfiring
RIIBLA201D
operations
Support underground
RIIBLA202D
shotfiring operations
Conduct mobile mixing of
RIIBLA203D
explosives
Store, handle and transport
RIIBLA204D
explosives in underground
coal mines
Store, handle and transport
RIIBLA205D
explosives
Conduct surface shotfiring
RIIBLA301D
operations
Conduct shotfiring
RIIBLA302D
operations in underground
coal mines
Conduct underground
RIIBLA303D
development shotfiring
Conduct underground
RIIBLA304D
production shotfiring
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIBLA305D
Conduct secondary blasting
RIIBLA306D
Relationship
Support shotfiring operations
E
Support underground shotfiring
operations
Conduct mobile mixing of
explosives
Store, handle and transport
explosives in underground coal
mines
Store, handle and transport
explosives
Conduct surface shotfiring
operations
E
Conduct shotfiring operations
in underground coal mines
E
Conduct underground
development shotfiring
Conduct underground
production shotfiring
E
RIIBLA305A
Conduct secondary blasting
E
Conduct accretion firing
RIIBLA306A
Conduct accretion firing
E
RIIBLA307D
Conduct blast survey
RIIBLA307A
Conduct blast survey
E
RIIBLA401D
Manage blasting operations
RIIBLA401A
Manage blasting operations
E
RIIBLA402D
Monitor and control the
effects of blasting on the
environment
RIIBLA402A
Monitor and control the effects
of blasting on the environment
E
RIIBLA601D
Design surface blasts
RIIBLA601A
Design surface blasts
E
RIIBLA602A
Establish and maintain a
blasting system
E
RIICAR301A
Rehabilitate exploration site
E
RIIBLA602D
RIICAR301D
Establish and maintain a
blasting system
Rehabilitate exploration
site
RIIBLA201A
RIIBLA202B
RIIBLA203B
RIIBLA204A
RIIBLA205A
RIIBLA301A
RIIBLA302A
RIIBLA303A
RIIBLA304A
E
E
E
E
E
RIICAR302D
Rehabilitate small mine site
RIICAR302A
Rehabilitate small mine site
E
RIICAR401D
Supervise rehabilitation
operations
RIICAR401A
Supervise rehabilitation
operations
E
RIICBM201D
Strip pile heads
RIICBM201A
Strip pile heads
E
RIICBM301D
Maintain concrete bridges
RIICBM301A
Maintain concrete bridges
E
RIICBM302D
Install pre-cast girders
RIICBM302A
Install pre-cast girders
E
RIICBM303D
Install pre-cast parapets
RIICBM303A
Install pre-cast parapets
E
Operate a bridge inspection
unit
Install pre-cast concrete bridge
decks
E
RIICBM304D
RIICBM305D
Operate a bridge inspection
unit
Install pre-cast concrete
bridge decks
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RIICBM305A
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Undertake concreting work
RIICBM306D
on concrete bridges
Construct formwork and
RIICBM307D
false work on concrete
bridges
Conduct tack coat spraying
RIICBS201D
operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Undertake concreting work on
RIICBM306A
concrete bridges
RIICBS202D
RIICBS203D
RIICBS204D
RIICBS205D
RIICBS206D
RIICBS207D
RIICBS208D
RIICBS301D
RIICBS302D
RIICBS303D
RIICBS304D
RIICBS305D
RIICBS306D
RIICBS307D
RIICBS308D
RIICBS309D
RIICBS310D
RIICBS311D
RIICBS312D
RIICBS401D
Hand spread asphalt
Safely handle bituminous
materials
Conduct aggregate
spreader box operations
Roll aggregate in sprayed
sealing operations
Conduct pavement
sweeping operations
Take samples of materials
used in road surfacing
Conduct road maintenance
operations
Conduct profile planer
operations
Conduct paver screeding
operations
Conduct materials transfer
vehicle operations
Compact asphalt with
rollers
Conduct asphalt paver
operations
Conduct slurry sealing
operations
Conduct bitumen sprayer
operations
Load aggregate using a
purpose built loader
Conduct self-propelled
aggregate spreader
operations
Conduct patching
operations
Produce asphalt products
Conduct bitumen tanker
operations
Apply the principles of
asphalt paving and
compaction
Relationship
E
RIICBM307A
Construct formwork and false
work on concrete bridges
E
RIICBS201A
Conduct tack coat spraying
operations
E
RIICBS202A
Hand spread asphalt
E
Safely handle bituminous
materials
Conduct aggregate spreader
box operations
Roll aggregate in sprayed
sealing operations
Conduct pavement sweeping
operations
Take samples of materials used
in road surfacing
Conduct road maintenance
operations
Conduct profile planer
operations
Conduct paver screeding
operations
Conduct materials transfer
vehicle operations
E
Compact asphalt with rollers
E
Conduct asphalt paver
operations
Conduct slurry sealing
operations
Conduct bitumen sprayer
operations
Load aggregate using a purpose
built loader
E
RIICBS309A
Conduct self-propelled
aggregate spreader operations
E
RIICBS310A
Conduct patching operations
E
RIICBS311A
Produce asphalt products
E
RIICBS312A
Conduct bitumen tanker
operations
E
RIICBS401B
Apply the principles of asphalt
paving and compaction
E
RIICBS203A
RIICBS204A
RIICBS205A
RIICBS206A
RIICBS207A
RIICBS208A
RIICBS301A
RIICBS302A
RIICBS303A
RIICBS304A
RIICBS305A
RIICBS306A
RIICBS307A
RIICBS308A
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS402D
application of bituminous
sprayed treatment
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS403D
application of polymer
modified binder
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS404D
selection and use of
bituminous emulsion
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS405D
application of slurry
surfacing
Apply the principles of
RIICBS406D
pavement profiling using a
profiler
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS407D
manufacture and delivery
of hot mix asphalt
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS408D
manufacture of cold mix
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS409D
manufacture of polymer
modified binder
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS410D
manufacture of bituminous
emulsion
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS411D
manufacture of slurry
surfacing
Carry out measurements
RIICCM201D
and calculations
Identify, locate and protect
RIICCM202D
underground services
Read and interpret plans
RIICCM203D
and specifications
Place and fix reinforcement
RIICCM204D
materials
Carry out manual
RIICCM205D
excavation
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS402B
application of bituminous
sprayed treatment
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS403B
application of polymer modified
binder
Apply the principles for the
RIICBS404B
selection and use of bituminous
emulsion
RIICCM206D
RIICBS405A
RIICBS406A
RIICBS407A
RIICBS408A
RIICBS409A
RIICBS410A
Apply the principles for the
application of slurry surfacing
Apply the principles of
pavement profiling using a
profiler
Apply the principles for the
manufacture and delivery of
hot mix asphalt
Apply the principles for the
manufacture of cold mix
Apply the principles for the
manufacture of polymer
modified binder
Apply the principles for the
manufacture of bituminous
emulsion
Relationship
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Apply the principles for the
manufacture of slurry surfacing
E
Carry out measurements and
calculations
Identify, locate and protect
underground services
Read and interpret plans and
specifications
Place and fix reinforcement
materials
E
RIICCM205A
Carry out manual excavation
E
Support plant operations
RIICCM206A
Support plant operations
E
RIICCM207D
Spread and compact
materials manually
RIICCM207A
Spread and compact materials
manually
E
RIICCM208D
Carry out basic levelling
RIICCM208A
Carry out basic levelling
E
RIICCM209D
Carry out concrete work
RIICCM209A
Carry out concrete work
E
RIICCM210D
Install trench support
RIICCM210A
Install trench support
E
RIICCM211D
Erect and dismantle
temporary fencing and
gates
RIICCM211A
Erect and dismantle temporary
fencing and gates
E
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RIICBS411A
RIICCM201A
RIICCM202A
RIICCM203A
RIICCM204A
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Construct and dismantle
RIICCM301D
fences and gates
Develop and maintain
RIICCR401D
positive community
relations
Conduct sales in
RIICCR501D
construction materials
operations
Manage customer
RIICCR601D
relationships
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Construct and dismantle fences
RIICCM301A
and gates
RIICFW301D
RIICFW302D
RIICFW303D
RIICFW304D
RIICFW305D
RIICFW306D
RIICFW307D
RIICOM201D
RIICOM301D
RIICOM302D
RIICPL301D
Construct underpinning
Install temporary and
permanent rock anchors
Install primary ground
support
Conduct pile driving
operations
Conduct cast in-situ pilings
operations
Direct pile driving
operations
Direct cast in-situ piling
operations
Communicate in the
workplace
Communicate information
Communicate workplace
information
Install water mains
pipelines
Relationship
E
RIICCR401A
Develop and maintain positive
community relations
E
RIICCR501A
Conduct sales in construction
materials operations
E
RIICCR601A
Manage customer relationships
E
RIICFW301A
Construct underpinning
E
RIICFW302A
Install temporary and
permanent rock anchors
E
RIICFW303A
Install primary ground support
E
RIICFW304A
Conduct pile driving operations
E
RIICFW305A
Conduct cast in-situ pilings
operations
E
RIICFW306A
Direct pile driving operations
E
RIICFW307A
Direct cast in-situ piling
operations
E
RIICOM201A
Communicate in the workplace
E
RIICOM301B
Communicate information
Communicate workplace
information
N
RIICPL301A
Install water mains pipelines
E
RIICOM302A
E
RIICPL302D
Install stormwater systems
RIICPL302A
Install stormwater systems
E
RIICPL303D
Install sewer pipelines
RIICPL303A
Install sewer pipelines
E
RIICPL304D
Install pre-cast gully pits
RIICPL304A
Install pre-cast gully pits
E
RIICPL305A
Install pre-cast access chambers
E
RIICPL401A
Apply the principles for the
installation of underground
service using open excavation
E
RIICPL305D
RIICPL401D
Install pre-cast access
chambers
Apply the principles for the
installation of underground
service using open
excavation
RIICRC201D
Repair potholes
RIICRC201A
Repair potholes
E
RIICRC202D
Install signs
RIICRC202A
Install signs
E
RIICRC203D
Install sub-soil drainage
RIICRC203A
Install sub-soil drainage
E
RIICRC204D
Install and maintain
roadside fixtures
RIICRC204A
Install and maintain roadside
fixtures
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIICRC205D
Install utility poles
RIICRC205A
Install utility poles
E
RIICRC206D
Install pre-cast concrete
crash barriers
RIICRC206A
Install pre-cast concrete crash
barriers
E
RIICRC207D
Install noise barriers
RIICRC207A
Install noise barriers
E
RIICRC208D
Lay pipes
RIICRC208A
Lay pipes
E
RIICRC209D
Lay reinforced concrete box
culverts
RIICRC209A
Lay reinforced concrete box
culverts
E
RIICRC301D
Maintain drainage systems
RIICRC301A
Maintain drainage systems
E
RIICRC302D
Place and form concrete
kerb, channel and fixtures
RIICRC302A
Place and form concrete kerb,
channel and fixtures
E
RIICRC303D
Lay pavers
RIICRC303A
Lay pavers
E
RIICRC304D
Maintain sealed roads
RIICRC304A
Maintain sealed roads
E
RIICRC305D
Conduct road construction
paver screeding operations
RIICRC305A
Conduct road construction
paver screeding operations
E
RIICRC306D
Conduct earthworks
RIICRC306A
Conduct earthworks
E
RIICRC307D
Conduct road pavement
construction
RIICRC307A
Conduct road pavement
construction
E
RIICRC308D
Conduct paver operations
RIICRC308A
Conduct paver operations
E
RIICRC309A
Conduct stabiliser operations
E
RIICRC310A
Construct and maintain roads
E
Conduct concrete road paver
operations
Setup and maintain concrete
paver stringlines
E
RIICRC313
Conduct concrete road curing
and texturing operations
E
RIICRC314
Handle concrete materials
E
RIICRC315
Use concreting materials and
equipment
E
RIICRC316
Place and compact concrete
E
RIICRC309D
RIICRC310D
RIICRC311D
RIICRC312D
RIICRC313D
RIICRC314D
RIICRC315D
RIICRC316D
Conduct stabiliser
operations
Construct and maintain
roads
Conduct concrete road
paver operations
Setup and maintain
concrete paver stringlines
Conduct concrete road
curing and texturing
operations
Handle concrete materials
Use concreting materials
and equipment
Place and compact
concrete
RIICRC311
RIICRC312
Relationship
E
RIICRC317D
Finish concrete pavements
RIICRC317
Finish concrete pavements
E
RIICRC318D
Cure Concrete
RIICRC318
Cure Concrete
E
RIICRC319D
Saw and cut concrete
pavements to initiate
planned cracks
RIICRC319
Saw and cut concrete
pavements to initiate planned
cracks
E
RIICRC320D
Seal concrete pavements
RIICRC320
Seal concrete pavements
E
RIICRC321D
Use automated paving
guidance systems
RIICRC321
Use automated paving
guidance systems
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Receive, check and record
RIICRC322D
concrete deliveries
Insert tie bars in fresh
RIICRC323D
concrete
Apply the principles of
RIICRC401D
flexible pavement
construction
Apply the principles of rigid
RIICRC402D
pavement construction
Apply the principles of the
RIICRC403D
stabilisation of materials
Inspect and report on
RIICRC404D
pavement condition
Carry out pavement
RIICRC405D
condition measurement
Apply the principles of
RIICRC406D
pavement maintenance
Escort mobile road marking
RIICRM201D
operations
Handle and store road
RIICRM202D
marking materials
Conduct pedestrian road
RIICRM203D
marking operations
Prepare surface for road
RIICRM204D
marking
Conduct road marking
RIICRM205D
measuring operations
Conduct airless and
RIICRM206D
atomised spraying
operations
Install raised pavement
RIICRM207D
markers
Conduct ride on road
RIICRM301D
marking operations
Conduct long line road
RIICRM302D
marking operations
Conduct thermo plastic
RIICRM303D
road marking operations
Apply the principles of civil
RIICSG401D
concrete structures
construction
Apply the principles of civil
RIICSG402D
steel structures
construction
Apply the principles of civil
RIICSG403D
timber structures
construction
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Receive, check and record
RIICRC322
concrete deliveries
Relationship
E
RIICRC323
Insert tie bars in fresh concrete
E
RIICRC401A
Apply the principles of flexible
pavement construction
N
Apply the principles of rigid
pavement construction
Apply the principles of the
stabilisation of materials
Inspect and report on
pavement condition
Carry out pavement condition
measurement
Apply the principles of
pavement maintenance
Escort mobile road marking
operations
Handle and store road marking
materials
Conduct pedestrian road
marking operations
Prepare surface for road
marking
Conduct road marking
measuring operations
N
RIICRM206A
Conduct airless and atomised
spraying operations
E
RIICRM207A
Install raised pavement markers
E
Conduct ride on road marking
operations
Conduct long line road marking
operations
Conduct thermo plastic road
marking operations
Apply the principles of civil
concrete structures
construction
E
RIICSG402A
Apply the principles of civil
steel structures construction
E
RIICSG403A
Apply the principles of civil
timber structures construction
E
RIICRC402A
RIICRC403A
RIICRC404A
RIICRC405A
RIICRC406B
RIICRM201A
RIICRM202A
RIICRM203A
RIICRM204A
RIICRM205A
RIICRM301A
RIICRM302A
RIICRM303A
RIICSG401A
N
N
N
N
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Apply the principles of civil
RIICSG404D
masonry, crib and gabion
structure construction
Carry out inspections of
RIICSG405D
civil structures
Apply principles of
RIICSG406D
maintenance of civil
structures
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Apply the principles of civil
RIICSG404A
masonry, crib and gabion
structure construction
Carry out inspections of civil
RIICSG405A
structures
RIICSG406A
Apply principles of
maintenance of civil structures
E
RIICTB201D
RIICTB201A
Maintain timber bridges
E
RIICTB202A
Apply bridge durability
treatment
E
RIICTB203A
Produce drawings and sketches
E
RIICTB301A
Undertake visual inspection
E
Install temporary support
members
Erect a temporary modular
support system (bailey) on an
existing bridge
Install or replace sub-structure
members
Install or replace superstructure members
Splice and connect timber
members
Assemble a temporary modular
bridge
Install or replace truss
members
Construct, maintain and
remove coffer dams
Construct specialised timber
deck systems
Install tunnelling constructions
services
E
RIICTB202D
RIICTB203D
RIICTB301D
RIICTB302D
RIICTB303D
RIICTB304D
RIICTB305D
RIICTB306D
RIICTB307D
RIICTB308D
RIICTB309D
RIICTB310D
RIICTC301D
Maintain timber bridges
Apply bridge durability
treatment
Produce bridge drawings
and sketches
Undertake visual inspection
Install temporary support
members
Erect a temporary modular
support system (bailey) on
an existing bridge
Install or replace substructure members
Install or replace superstructure members
Splice and connect timber
members
Assemble a temporary
modular bridge
Install or replace truss
members
Construct, maintain and
remove coffer dams
Construct specialised
timber deck systems
Install tunnelling
constructions services
RIICTB302A
RIICTB303A
RIICTB304A
RIICTB305A
RIICTB306A
RIICTB307A
RIICTB308A
RIICTB309A
RIICTB310A
RIICTC301A
Relationship
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
RIICTC302D
Line tunnel
RIICTC302A
Line tunnel
E
RIICTC303D
Excavate tunnel by machine
RIICTC303A
Excavate tunnel by machine
E
RIICTC304D
Muck out tunnel
earthworks
RIICTC304A
Muck out tunnel earthworks
E
RIICTC305D
Construct portals
RIICTC305A
Construct portals
E
Apply the principles of tunnel
construction
Conduct fluid assisted
directional boring
Conduct impact moling,
ramming and augering
E
RIICTC401D
RIICTT301D
RIICTT302D
Apply the principles of
tunnel construction
Conduct fluid assisted
directional boring
Conduct impact moling,
ramming and augering
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RIICTT301A
RIICTT302A
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Control micro tunnelling
RIICTT303D
and pipe-jacking
Undertake on-line
RIICTT304D
replacement for existing
pipeline systems
Undertake localised repair
RIICTT305D
and sealing of existing
pipeline systems
Install cure in-place linings
RIICTT306D
for existing pipeline
systems
Spray linings for existing
RIICTT307D
pipeline systems
Install close-fit linings for
RIICTT308D
existing pipeline systems
Install slip lining in existing
RIICTT309D
pipeline systems
Renovate large diameter
RIICTT310D
pipes and chambers
Apply the principles for the
installation of underground
RIICTT401D
services using trenchless
technology
Apply the principles for the
repair and rehabilitation of
RIICTT402D
underground services using
trenchless technology
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD501D
foundations
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD502D
lighting
Prepare work zone traffic
RIICWD503D
management plan
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD504D
environmental controls
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD505D
landscaping
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD506D
canals
Prepare detailed
RIICWD507D
geotechnical design
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD508D
rural roads
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD509D
urban roads
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD510D
busways
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD511D
sub-divisions
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Control micro tunnelling and
RIICTT303A
pipe-jacking
Relationship
E
RIICTT304A
Undertake on-line replacement
for existing pipeline systems
E
RIICTT305A
Undertake localised repair and
sealing of existing pipeline
systems
E
RIICTT306A
Install cure in-place linings for
existing pipeline systems
E
Spray linings for existing
pipeline systems
Install close-fit linings for
existing pipeline systems
Install slip lining in existing
pipeline systems
Renovate large diameter pipes
and chambers
Apply the principles for the
installation of underground
services using trenchless
technology
Apply the principles for the
repair and rehabilitation of
underground services using
trenchless technology
Prepare detailed design of
foundations
Prepare detailed design of
lighting
Prepare work zone traffic
management plan
Prepare detailed design of
environmental controls
Prepare detailed design of
landscaping
Prepare detailed design of
canals
Prepare detailed geotechnical
design
Prepare detailed design of rural
roads
Prepare detailed design of
urban roads
Prepare detailed design of
busways
Prepare detailed design of subdivisions
E
RIICTT307A
RIICTT308A
RIICTT309A
RIICTT310A
RIICTT401A
RIICTT402A
RIICWD501A
RIICWD502A
RIICWD503A
RIICWD504A
RIICWD505A
RIICWD506A
RIICWD507A
RIICWD508A
RIICWD509A
RIICWD510A
RIICWD511A
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD512D
motorways and
interchanges
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD513D
rail civil infrastructure
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD514D
dams
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD515D
airfield civil works
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD516D
bicycle ways
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD517D
industrial hardstands
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD518D
open car parks
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD519D
inter modal facilities civil
works
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD520D
rigid pavements
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD521D
flexible pavements
Prepare stabilised material
RIICWD522D
mix design
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIICWD523D
Prepare asphalt mix design
RIICWD524D
RIICWD525D
RIICWD526D
RIICWD527D
RIICWD528D
RIICWD529D
RIICWD530D
RIICWD531D
RIICWD532D
RIICWD533D
RIICWD534D
RIICWD535D
Relationship
Prepare detailed design of
motorways and interchanges
E
Prepare detailed design of rail
civil infrastructure
Prepare detailed design of
dams
Prepare detailed design of
airfield civil works
Prepare detailed design of
bicycle ways
Prepare detailed design of
industrial hardstands
Prepare detailed design of open
car parks
E
Prepare detailed design of inter
modal facilities civil works
E
Prepare detailed design of rigid
pavements
Prepare detailed design of
flexible pavements
Prepare stabilised material mix
design
E
RIICWD523A
Prepare asphalt mix design
E
Prepare design of spray
seal surfacing
RIICWD524B
Prepare design of spray seal
surfacing
E
Select pavement surfacing
RIICWD525B
Select pavement surfacing
E
RIICWD526A
Prepare detailed traffic analysis
E
RIICWD527A
Prepare detailed design of
traffic signals
E
RIICWD528A
Prepare detailed design of
traffic management systems
E
Prepare detailed design of
underground services
Prepare detailed design of
surface drainage
Prepare detailed design of
subsurface drainage
Prepare detailed design of
tunnels
Prepare detailed design of civil
concrete structures
Prepare detailed design of civil
steel structures
Prepare detailed design of civil
timber structures
E
Prepare detailed traffic
analysis
Prepare detailed design of
traffic signals
Prepare detailed design of
traffic management
systems
Prepare detailed design of
underground services
Prepare detailed design of
surface drainage
Prepare detailed design of
subsurface drainage
Prepare detailed design of
tunnels
Prepare detailed design of
civil concrete structures
Prepare detailed design of
civil steel structures
Prepare detailed design of
civil timber structures
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RIICWD512A
RIICWD513A
RIICWD514A
RIICWD515A
RIICWD516A
RIICWD517A
RIICWD518A
RIICWD519A
RIICWD520A
RIICWD521A
RIICWD522A
RIICWD529A
RIICWD530A
RIICWD531A
RIICWD532A
RIICWD533A
RIICWD534A
RIICWD535A
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD536D
civil masonry, crib and
gabion structures
Prepare detailed design of
RIICWD537D
marine structures civil
works
Manage the civil works
RIICWD601D
design process
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Prepare detailed design of civil
RIICWD536A masonry, crib and gabion
structures
RIICWM401D
Supervise civil works
RIICWM401B Supervise civil works
E
Supervise civil works
contractors
Implement civil
construction plan
Implement civil works
maintenance program
Prepare civil works cost
estimate
Prepare civil works bill of
quantities
Prepare civil works
schedule of rates
Establish civil constructions
plans
Establish civil works
maintenance programs
Inspect, test and maintain
diesel engine systems and
their ancillary systems
Inspect, test and maintain
joints on diesel engine
systems
Inspect, test and maintain
cooling systems on diesel
engine systems
Inspect, test and maintain
inlet systems on diesel
engine systems
Inspect, test and maintain
exhaust systems on diesel
engine systems
Inspect, test and maintain
safety shutdown systems
on diesel engine systems
Test, determine the cause
and rectify excessive
emission levels on diesel
engine systems
Apply the principles of
demolitions
RIICWM402
A
RIICWM501
A
RIICWM502
A
RIICWM503
A
RIICWM504
A
RIICWM505
A
RIICWM601
A
RIICWM602
A
Supervise civil works
contractors
Implement civil construction
plan
Implement civil works
maintenance program
Prepare civil works cost
estimate
Prepare civil works bill of
quantities
Prepare civil works schedule of
rates
Establish civil constructions
plans
Establish civil works
maintenance programs
Inspect, test and maintain
diesel engine systems and their
ancillary systems
E
Inspect, test and maintain joints
on diesel engine systems
E
RIICWM402D
RIICWM501D
RIICWM502D
RIICWM503D
RIICWM504D
RIICWM505D
RIICWM601D
RIICWM602D
RIIDES301D
RIIDES302D
RIIDES303D
RIIDES304D
RIIDES305D
RIIDES306D
RIIDES307D
RIIDML401D
Relationship
E
RIICWD537A
Prepare detailed design of
marine structures civil works
E
RIICWD601A
Manage the civil works design
process
E
RIIDES301
RIIDES302
RIIDES303
RIIDES304
RIIDES305
RIIDES306
Inspect, test and maintain
cooling systems on diesel
engine systems
Inspect, test and maintain inlet
systems on diesel engine
systems
Inspect, test and maintain
exhaust systems on diesel
engine systems
Inspect, test and maintain
safety shutdown systems on
diesel engine systems
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
RIIDES307
Test, determine the cause and
rectify excessive emission levels
on diesel engine systems
E
RIIDML401A
Apply the principles of
demolitions
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Operate in isolated and
RIIEGS201D
remote situations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Operate in isolated and remote
RIIEGS201A
situations
RIIEGS202D
RIIEGS202B
Conduct field work
E
RIIEGS301A
Operate and maintain
instruments and field
equipment
E
RIIEGS302A
Plan and undertake field trip
E
Provide geological field
assistance
Mobilise equipment and
materials
Navigate in remote or trackless
areas
E
Prepare drill site
E
RIIEGS301D
RIIEGS302D
RIIEGS303D
RIIEGS304D
RIIEGS305D
RIIEGS306D
RIIENV201D
RIIENV202D
RIIENV301D
RIIENV302D
RIIENV401D
RIIENV402D
RIIENV501D
RIIENV502D
RIIENV601D
RIIERR201D
RIIERR202D
RIIERR203D
RIIERR204D
RIIERR205D
Conduct field work
Operate and maintain
instruments and field
equipment
Plan and undertake field
trip
Provide geological field
assistance
Mobilise equipment and
materials
Navigate in remote or
trackless areas
Prepare drill site
Identify and assess
environmental and heritage
concerns
Suppress airborne
contaminants
Conduct atmospheric
monitoring
Apply environmentally
sustainable work practices
Supervise dust and noise
control
Implement and monitor
environmental policies
Implement and maintain
environmental
management plan
Undertake process or
project environmental
impact assessment
Establish and maintain the
environmental
management system
Conduct fire team
operations
Contribute to the control of
emergencies and critical
situations
Escape from hazardous
situation unaided
Provide aided rescue to
endangered personnel
Apply initial response First
Aid
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RIIEGS303A
RIIEGS304A
RIIEGS305B
RIIEGS306A
RIIENV201A
RIIENV202A
RIIENV301A
RIIENV302A
RIIENV401A
RIIENV402A
RIIENV501A
RIIENV502A
RIIENV601A
RIIERR201A
RIIERR202A
RIIERR203B
RIIERR204A
RIIERR205A
Identify and assess
environmental and heritage
concerns
Suppress airborne
contaminants
Conduct atmospheric
monitoring
Apply environmentally
sustainable work practices
Supervise dust and noise
control
Implement and monitor
environmental policies
Implement and maintain
environmental management
plan
Undertake process or project
environmental impact
assessment
Establish and maintain the
environmental management
system
Conduct fire team operations
Contribute to the control of
emergencies and critical
situations
Escape from hazardous
situation unaided
Provide aided rescue to
endangered personnel
Apply initial response First Aid
Relationship
E
E
E
E
E
N
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIERR301D
RIIERR301A
RIIERR302D
RIIERR303D
RIIERR304D
RIIERR305D
RIIERR306D
RIIERR307D
RIIERR308D
RIIERR309D
RIIERR310D
RIIERR311D
RIIERR401D
RIIERR402D
RIIERR403D
RIIERR404D
RIIERR501D
RIIERR503D
RIIERR504D
Respond to mine incident
Respond to local
emergencies and incidents
Operate in self-contained
regenerative oxygen
breathing apparatus
Control emergencies and
critical situations
Control underground fires
Conduct underground
search
Extricate casualties from
underground incident
Extricate and transport
people involved in incidents
Establish and operate from
fresh air base
Provide support for rescue
operations
Assess and implement life
support systems and
stabilise casualties
Apply and monitor surface
operations emergency
preparedness and response
systems
Apply and monitor
underground coal mine
emergency preparedness
and response systems
Lead rescue team
Apply and monitor
underground metalliferous
mine emergency
preparedness and response
systems
Implement underground
coal mine emergency
preparedness and response
systems
Implement emergency
preparedness and response
systems
Manage major incidents
and emergencies
Relationship
Respond to mine incident
E
Respond to local emergencies
and incidents
Operate in self-contained
regenerative oxygen breathing
apparatus
Control emergencies and
critical situations
E
RIIERR305A
Control underground fires
E
RIIERR306A
Conduct underground search
E
Extricate casualties from
underground incident
Extricate and transport people
involved in incidents
Establish and operate from
fresh air base
Provide support for rescue
operations
Assess and implement life
support systems and stabilise
casualties
Apply and monitor surface
operations emergency
preparedness and response
systems
Apply and monitor
underground coal mine
emergency preparedness and
response systems
E
RIIERR403A
Lead rescue team
E
RIIERR404A
Apply and monitor
underground metalliferous
mine emergency preparedness
and response systems
E
RIIERR501A
Implement underground coal
mine emergency preparedness
and response systems
E
RIIERR302A
RIIERR303A
RIIERR304A
RIIERR307A
RIIERR308A
RIIERR309A
RIIERR310A
RIIERR311A
RIIERR401B
RIIERR402A
RIIERR503A
RIIERR504A
Implement emergency
preparedness and response
systems
Manage major incidents and
emergencies
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Establish and maintain
mine emergency
RIIERR601D
preparedness and response
systems
Establish and maintain
underground coal mine
RIIERR602D
emergency preparedness
and response systems
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIFIA401D
RIIGOV201D
RIIGOV401D
RIIGOV501D
RIIGOV601D
Manage financial records
Comply with site work
processes/procedures
Apply, monitor and report
on compliance systems
Identify, implement and
maintain legal compliance
requirements
Establish, maintain and
develop a statutory
compliance management
system
Relationship
RIIERR601A
Establish and maintain mine
emergency preparedness and
response systems
E
RIIERR602A
Establish and maintain
underground coal mine
emergency preparedness and
response systems
N
RIIFIA401A
Manage financial records
E
Comply with site work
processes/procedures
Apply, monitor and report on
compliance systems
Identify, implement and
maintain legal compliance
requirements
E
RIIGOV201A
RIIGOV401B
RIIGOV501A
E
N
RIIGOV601A
Establish, maintain and develop
a statutory compliance
management system
E
RIIHAN201D
Operate a forklift
RIIHAN201A
Operate a forklift
E
RIIHAN202D
Handle and store cargo
RIIHAN202A
Handle and store cargo
E
RIIHAN203D
Conduct lifting operations
RIIHAN203A
Conduct lifting operations
E
RIIHAN204A
Load and unload cargo/goods
E
RIIHAN205A
Secure cargo
Transport plant, equipment and
personnel
Operate personnel and
materials hoists
N
RIIHAN204D
RIIHAN205D
RIIHAN206D
RIIHAN207D
Load and unload
cargo/goods
Secure cargo
Transport plant, equipment
and personnel
Operate personnel and
materials hoists
RIIHAN206A
RIIHAN207A
E
E
RIIHAN208D
Perform dogging
RIIHAN208A
Perform dogging
E
RIIHAN209D
Perform basic rigging
RIIHAN209A
Perform basic rigging
E
Perform intermediate rigging
operations
Conduct basic scaffolding
operations
Conduct non-slewing crane
operations
Work effectively in the drilling
Industry
Operate elevating work
platform
Conduct intermediate
scaffolding operations
Conduct slewing crane
operations
E
RIIHAN210D
RIIHAN211D
RIIHAN212D
RIIHAN213D
RIIHAN301D
RIIHAN302D
RIIHAN304D
Perform intermediate
rigging operations
Conduct basic scaffolding
operations
Conduct non-slewing crane
operations
Work effectively in the
drilling Industry
Operate elevating work
platform
Conduct intermediate
scaffolding operations
Conduct slewing crane
operations
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RIIHAN210A
RIIHAN211A
RIIHAN212A
RIIHAN213A
RIIHAN301B
RIIHAN302A
RIIHAN304A
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Operate a gantry or
RIIHAN305D
overhead crane
Carry out lifting using
RIIHAN306D
multiple cranes
Operate a vehicle loading
RIIHAN307D
crane
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Operate a gantry or overhead
RIIHAN305A
crane
Carry out lifting using multiple
RIIHAN306A
cranes
RIIHAN307A
Operate a vehicle loading crane
E
RIIHAN308D
RIIHAN308A
Load and unload plant
E
RIIHAN309A
Conduct telescopic materials
handler operations
E
Conduct crane operations
underground
Conduct operations with
integrated tool carrier
Organise and monitor
wharf/terminal operations
Process movement of
containers and cargo
E
RIIIMG301A
Maintain site records
E
E
RIIHAN309D
RIIHAN310D
RIIHAN311D
RIIHAN401D
RIIHAN402D
Load and unload plant
Conduct telescopic
materials handler
operations
Conduct crane operations
underground
Conduct operations with
integrated tool carrier
Organise and monitor
wharf/terminal operations
Process movement of
containers and cargo
RIIHAN310A
RIIHAN311A
RIIHAN401A
RIIHAN402A
Relationship
E
E
E
E
E
RIIIMG301D
Maintain site records
RIILAT401D
Provide leadership in the
supervision of Indigenous
employees
RIILAT401A
Provide leadership in the
supervision of Indigenous
employees
RIILAT601D
Manage group processes
RIILAT601A
Manage group processes
E
RIIMCO201A
Conduct spreader operations
E
Conduct mobile slew conveyor
operations
Conduct control centre
operations
Conduct surface miner
operations
Conduct auger miner
operations
Conduct rail dispatch
operations
Monitor plant operations for
coal preparation
E
RIIMCU201A
Operate power tram
E
RIIMCU202A
Conduct tracked vehicle/plant
operations
E
RIIMCU203A
Conduct wheeled vehicle
operations (non-articulated)
E
RIIMCU204A
Conduct wheeled vehicle
operations (articulated)
E
RIIMCU205A
Conduct rotational drilling
E
RIIMCO201D
RIIMCO202D
RIIMCO301D
RIIMCO302D
RIIMCO303D
RIIMCP202D
RIIMCP301D
RIIMCU201D
RIIMCU202D
RIIMCU203D
RIIMCU204D
RIIMCU205D
Conduct spreader
operations
Conduct mobile slew
conveyor operations
Conduct control centre
operations
Conduct surface miner
operations
Conduct auger miner
operations
Conduct rail dispatch
operations
Monitor plant operations
for coal preparation
Operate power tram
Conduct tracked
vehicle/plant operations
Conduct wheeled vehicle
operations (nonarticulated)
Conduct wheeled vehicle
operations (articulated)
Conduct rotational drilling
RIIMCO202A
RIIMCO301A
RIIMCO302A
RIIMCO303A
RIIMCP202A
RIIMCP301A
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Install, maintain and
RIIMCU206D
recover gas drainage
systems
Install, maintain and
RIIMCU207D
recover electrical services
Conduct basic strata
RIIMCU208D
control operations
Conduct roadway
RIIMCU209D
maintenance
Conduct stonedusting
RIIMCU210D
operations
Install and maintain
RIIMCU211D
explosion barriers
Construct and maintain
RIIMCU212D
basic ventilation devices
Conduct feeder breaker
RIIMCU213D
operations
Conduct face ventilation
RIIMCU214D
operations
Operate longwall ancillary
RIIMCU215D
equipment
Maintain lamp cabin
RIIMCU216D
operations
Conduct specialised strata
RIIMCU301D
control operations
Construct and maintain
RIIMCU302D
ventilation devices
Conduct continuous miner
RIIMCU303D
operations
Conduct shuttle car
RIIMCU304D
operations
Conduct outburst mining
RIIMCU305D
operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIMCU306D
RIIMCU307D
RIIMCU308D
RIIMCU309D
RIIMCU310D
RIIMCU311D
RIIMCU401D
RIIMCU402D
Conduct shearer operations
Conduct longwall face
equipment operations
Install and recover longwall
equipment
Operate breaker line
supports
Conduct flexible conveyor
train (FCT) operations
Monitor control processes
Conduct special roadway
operations
Apply spontaneous
combustion management
measures
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Relationship
Install, maintain and recover
gas drainage systems
E
Install, maintain and recover
electrical services
Conduct basic strata control
operations
E
Conduct roadway maintenance
E
Conduct stonedusting
operations
Install and maintain explosion
barriers
Construct and maintain basic
ventilation devices
Conduct feeder breaker
operations
Conduct face ventilation
operations
Operate longwall ancillary
equipment
E
Maintain lamp cabin operations
E
Conduct specialised strata
control operations
Construct and maintain
ventilation devices
Conduct continuous miner
operations
E
RIIMCU304A
Conduct shuttle car operations
E
RIIMCU305A
Conduct outburst mining
operations
E
RIIMCU306A
Conduct shearer operations
E
Conduct longwall face
equipment operations
Install and recover longwall
equipment
E
RIIMCU309A
Operate breaker line supports
E
RIIMCU310A
Conduct flexible conveyor train
(FCT) operations
E
RIIMCU311A
Monitor control processes
E
RIIMCU401A
Conduct special roadway
operations
E
RIIMCU402A
Apply spontaneous combustion
management measures
N
RIIMCU206A
RIIMCU207A
RIIMCU208A
RIIMCU209A
RIIMCU210A
RIIMCU211A
RIIMCU212A
RIIMCU213A
RIIMCU214A
RIIMCU215A
RIIMCU216A
RIIMCU301A
RIIMCU302A
RIIMCU303A
RIIMCU307A
RIIMCU308A
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Apply and monitor the gas
RIIMCU403D
management plan
Apply and monitor the gas
RIIMCU404D
drainage management plan
Apply and monitor the
RIIMCU405D
outburst management plan
Apply and monitor the
RIIMCU406D
inrush management plan
Apply and monitor the
RIIMCU407D
strata management plan
Apply the spontaneous
RIIMCU408D
combustion management
plan
Implement the
RIIMCU501D
spontaneous combustion
management plan
Implement the gas
RIIMCU502D
management plan
Implement the gas
RIIMCU503D
drainage management plan
Implement the outburst
RIIMCU504D
management plan
Implement the inrush
RIIMCU505D
management plan
Implement strata
RIIMCU506D
management plan
Establish and maintain the
RIIMCU601D
spontaneous combustion
management plan
Establish and maintain the
RIIMCU602D
gas management system
Establish and maintain the
RIIMCU603D
gas drainage management
plan
Establish and maintain the
RIIMCU604D
outburst management plan
Establish and maintain the
RIIMCU605D
inrush management plan
Establish and maintain the
RIIMCU606D
mining method and strata
management systems
Suppress dust in open-cut
RIIMEX201D
environment
Install open-cut mine
RIIMEX202D
ground support
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Apply and monitor the gas
RIIMCU403A
management plan
Apply and monitor the gas
RIIMCU404A
drainage management plan
Apply and monitor the outburst
RIIMCU405A
management plan
Apply and monitor the inrush
RIIMCU406A
management plan
Apply and monitor the strata
RIIMCU407A
management plan
RIIMEX203D
Break oversize rock
RIIMEX204D
Conduct workboat/barge
operations
Relationship
E
E
E
E
E
RIIMCU408A
Apply the spontaneous
combustion management plan
N
RIIMCU501A
Implement the spontaneous
combustion management plan
E
Implement the gas
management plan
Implement the gas drainage
management plan
Implement the outburst
management plan
Implement the inrush
management plan
Implement strata management
plan
Establish and maintain the
spontaneous combustion
management plan
Establish and maintain the gas
management system
E
Establish and maintain the gas
drainage management plan
E
Establish and maintain the
outburst management plan
Establish and maintain the
inrush management plan
Establish and maintain the
mining method and strata
management systems
Suppress dust in open-cut
environment
Install open-cut mine ground
support
E
RIIMEX203B
Break oversize rock
E
RIIMEX204A
Conduct workboat/barge
operations
E
RIIMCU502A
RIIMCU503A
RIIMCU504A
RIIMCU505A
RIIMCU506A
RIIMCU601A
RIIMCU602A
RIIMCU603A
RIIMCU604A
RIIMCU605A
RIIMCU606A
RIIMEX201A
RIIMEX202A
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Conduct Dredging
RIIMEX301D
Operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIMEX301A
Conduct Dredging Operations
E
RIIMEX302D
Assess ground conditions
RIIMEX302B
Assess ground conditions
E
RIIMEX401D
Apply pit plan
RIIMEX401A
Apply pit plan
E
RIIMEX402A
Supervise dredging operations
E
Apply the principles of canal
construction
Apply and monitor systems for
stable mining
E
RIIMEX405A
Apply and monitor systems and
methods of surface coal mining
E
RIIMEX406A
Apply and monitor mine
transport system and
production equipment
E
RIIMEX501A
Implement pit plan
E
RIIMEX502A
Implement systems and
methods of mining
E
RIIMEX503A
Manage dredging operations
E
RIIMEX601A
Plan pit development
E
RIIMEX602A
Establish and maintain surface
mining ground control and
slope stability systems
E
RIIMEX402D
RIIMEX403D
RIIMEX404D
RIIMEX405D
RIIMEX406D
RIIMEX501D
RIIMEX502D
RIIMEX503D
RIIMEX601D
RIIMEX602D
RIIMEX603D
RIIMEX604D
RIIMEX605D
RIIMPG201D
RIIMPG301D
RIIMPO201D
RIIMPO202D
RIIMPO203D
Supervise dredging
operations
Apply the principles of
canal construction
Apply and monitor systems
for stable mining
Apply and monitor systems
and methods of surface
coal mining
Apply and monitor mine
transport system and
production equipment
Implement pit plan
Implement mine design
systems
Manage dredging
operations
Plan pit development
Establish and maintain
surface mining ground
control and slope stability
systems
Establish and maintain
underground mining
ground control and stable
mining systems
Establish and maintain
surface product haulage
and transport systems
Establish, implement and
maintain operational
management plans
Connect and disconnect
refer units
Control and monitor
automated
plant/machinery
Operate roller/compactor
underground
Undertake towing
underground
Support bucket wheel
system operations
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RIIMEX403A
RIIMEX404B
RIIMEX603A
RIIMEX604A
RIIMEX605A
RIIMPG201A
Establish and maintain
underground mining ground
control and stable mining
systems
Establish and maintain surface
product haulage and transport
systems
Establish, implement and
maintain operational
management plans
Connect and disconnect refer
refrigeration units
Relationship
E
E
E
E
N
RIIMPG301A
Control and monitor automated
plant/machinery
E
RIIMPO201A
Operate roller/compactor
underground
N
RIIMPO202A
Undertake towing underground
N
RIIMPO203A
Support bucket wheel system
operations
N
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Conduct conveyor shifting
RIIMPO204D
dozer operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Conduct conveyor shifting
RIIMPO204A
dozer operations
RIIMPO205D
RIIMPO205B
Operate roller/compactor
N
RIIMPO206B
Conduct bulk water truck
operations
N
RIIMPO208A
Operate support equipment
N
Conduct underground truck
operations
Conduct hydraulic excavator
operations
Conduct hydraulic shovel
operations
N
Conduct rope shovel operations
N
Conduct wheel loader
operations
Conduct coal stockpile dozer
operations
Operate plant/machinery on
live stockpiles
Conduct wheel grader
operations in underground
mines
Conduct tracked dozer
operations
Conduct wheeled dozer
operations
N
RIIMPO206D
RIIMPO208D
RIIMPO210D
RIIMPO301D
RIIMPO302D
RIIMPO303D
RIIMPO304D
RIIMPO305D
RIIMPO306D
RIIMPO307D
RIIMPO308D
RIIMPO309D
Operate roller/compactor
Conduct bulk water truck
operations
Operate support
equipment
Conduct underground truck
operations
Conduct hydraulic
excavator operations
Conduct hydraulic shovel
operations
Conduct rope shovel
operations
Conduct wheel loader
operations
Conduct coal stockpile
dozer operations
Operate plant/machinery
on live stockpiles
Conduct wheel grader
operations in underground
mines
Conduct tracked dozer
operations
Conduct wheeled dozer
operations
RIIMPO210A
RIIMPO301C
RIIMPO302B
RIIMPO303A
RIIMPO304B
RIIMPO305B
RIIMPO306A
RIIMPO307B
RIIMPO308B
RIIMPO309A
Relationship
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
RIIMPO310D
Conduct grader operations
RIIMPO310B
Conduct grader operations
N
RIIMPO312D
Conduct scraper operations
RIIMPO312A
Conduct scraper operations
N
RIIMPO313B
Conduct face loader operations
N
Operate small open cut mine
equipment
Conduct tractor operations
Conduct self-propelled
compactor operations
Conduct roller operations
Conduct civil construction skid
steer loader operations
Conduct backhoe/loader
operations
Conduct civil construction
excavator operations
N
RIIMPO313D
RIIMPO314D
RIIMPO315D
RIIMPO316D
RIIMPO317D
RIIMPO318D
RIIMPO319D
RIIMPO320D
Conduct face loader
operations
Operate small open cut
mine equipment
Conduct tractor operations
Conduct self-propelled
compactor operations
Conduct roller operations
Conduct civil construction
skid steer loader operations
Conduct backhoe/loader
operations
Conduct civil construction
excavator operations
RIIMPO314A
RIIMPO315A
RIIMPO316A
RIIMPO317A
RIIMPO318B
RIIMPO319A
RIIMPO320B
E
E
N
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO321D
wheeled front end loader
operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO322D
tracked front end loader
operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO323D
dozer operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO324D
grader operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO325D
scraper operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO326D
water cart operations
Conduct pipe layer
RIIMPO327D
operations
Conduct continuous bucket
RIIMPO328D
trencher operations
Conduct dragline
RIIMPO329D
operations
Conduct bucket-wheel
RIIMPO330D
operations
Conduct operations with
RIIMPO331D
stockpile dozer
RIIMPO333D
RIIMPO334D
RIIMPO335D
RIIMPO336D
RIIMPO337D
RIIMPO338D
RIIMPO401D
RIIMPO402D
RIIMPO403D
RIIMPO501D
Conduct underground load,
haul and dump operations
Conduct skid steer loader
operations using
attachments
Conduct skid steer loader
operations without
attachments
Conduct belly dump truck
operations
Conduct articulated truck
operations
Conduct rigid haul truck
operations
Supervise mobile plant
operations
Apply the principles of
earthworks construction
Monitor interaction of
heavy and light vehicles
and mining equipment
Implement, monitor, rectify
and report on mobile plant
and equipment systems
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Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO321B wheeled front end loader
operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO322A tracked front end loader
operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO323A
dozer operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO324A
grader operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO325A
scraper operations
Conduct civil construction
RIIMPO326A
water cart operations
Relationship
E
N
E
E
E
E
RIIMPO327A
Conduct pipe layer operations
E
RIIMPO328A
Conduct continuous bucket
trencher operations
E
RIIMPO329A
Conduct dragline operations
N
RIIMPO330A
RIIMPO331A
RIIMPO333
Conduct bucket-wheel
operations
Conduct operations with
stockpile dozer
Conduct underground load,
haul and dump truck
operations
N
N
E
N
RIIMPO332A
Conduct operations with skid
steer loader
N
N
RIIMPO311A
Conduct haul truck operations
N
N
RIIMPO401A
RIIMPO402A
RIIMPO403A
RIIMPO501A
Supervise mobile plant
operations
Apply the principles of
earthworks construction
Monitor interaction of heavy
and light vehicles and mining
equipment
Implement, monitor, rectify
and report on mobile plant and
equipment systems
E
E
E
N
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Manage the interaction of
RIIMPO502D
heavy and light vehicles
and mining equipment
Manage laser levelling of
RIIMPO503D
operating plant
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Manage the interaction of
RIIMPO502A heavy and light vehicles and
mining equipment
Manage laser levelling of
RIIMPO503A
operating plant
RIIMSM301D
Establish a mining claim
RIIMSM301A
Establish a mining claim
E
RIIMSM302D
Plan small mine operations
RIIMSM302A
Plan small mine operations
E
RIIMSM303D
Install underground shaft
RIIMSM303A
Install underground shaft
E
RIIMSM304A
Inspect small mines operations
E
RIIMSM305A
Conduct materials extraction
operations underground
E
RIIMSM306A
Design and maintain pillar
system and ground control
E
RIIMSM307A
Install and maintain ventilation
systems and equipment
E
RIINHB201B
Load, secure and unload drilling
equipment and materials
E
RIIMSM304D
RIIMSM305D
RIIMSM306D
RIIMSM307D
RIINHB201D
Inspect small mines
operations
Conduct materials
extraction operations
underground
Design, develop and
maintain pillar system and
ground control
Install and maintain
ventilation systems and
equipment
Load, secure and unload
drilling equipment and
materials
Relationship
E
E
RIINHB202D
Set up/pack up drill site
RIINHB202A
Set up/pack up drill site
E
RIINHB203D
Support drilling process
RIINHB203A
Support drilling process
E
Assist continuous flight auger
drilling
Assist large diameter auger
drilling
E
RIINHB205D
RIINHB206D
Assist continuous flight
auger drilling
Assist large diameter auger
drilling
RIINHB205A
RIINHB206A
E
RIINHB208D
Assist diamond core drilling
RIINHB208B
Assist diamond core drilling
E
RIINHB209D
Assist guided boring
RIINHB209A
Assist guided boring
E
RIINHB210D
Assist surface directional
drilling
RIINHB210B
Assist surface directional
drilling
E
RIINHB211D
Assist mud rotary drilling
RIINHB211A
Assist mud rotary drilling
E
RIINHB213D
Assist cable tool drilling
Assist underground in-seam
directional drilling
Assist horizontal direction
drilling
Assist grouting or
cementing operations
RIINHB213A
Assist cable tool drilling
Assist underground in-seam
directional drilling
Assist horizontal direction
drilling
Assist grouting or cementing
operations
N
RIINHB219D
Assist with air drilling
RIINHB219A
Assist with air drilling
E
RIINHB301D
Set up and prepare for
drilling operations
RIINHB301A
Set up and prepare for drilling
operations
E
RIINHB216D
RIINHB217D
RIINHB218D
RIINHB216A
RIINHB217A
RIINHB218A
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIINHB302D
Conduct reaming
RIINHB302A
Conduct reaming
E
RIINHB303D
Install product pipe
RIINHB303A
Install product pipe
E
RIINHB304D
Conduct air drilling
RIINHB304B
Conduct air drilling
E
Conduct continuous flight auger
drilling
Conduct large diameter auger
drilling
Conduct conventional core
drilling
E
RIINHB308A
Conduct wireline core drilling
E
RIINHB305D
RIINHB306D
RIINHB307D
RIINHB308D
Conduct continuous flight
auger drilling
Conduct large diameter
auger drilling
Conduct conventional core
drilling
Conduct wireline core
drilling
RIINHB305A
RIINHB306A
RIINHB307B
Relationship
E
E
RIINHB309D
Conduct guided boring
RIINHB309A
Conduct guided boring
E
RIINHB310D
Conduct surface directional
drilling
RIINHB310A
Conduct surface directional
drilling
E
RIINHB311D
Conduct mud rotary drilling
RIINHB311A
Conduct mud rotary drilling
E
RIINHB312D
Conduct raise boring
RIINHB312A
Conduct raise boring
E
RIINHB313D
Conduct cable tool drilling
RIINHB313A
Conduct cable tool drilling
E
Conduct top-hole hammer
drilling
Conduct underground in-seam
directional drilling
E
RIINHB317A
Install underground in-seam
directional drilling standpipes
E
RIINHB318A
Install and operate water and
gas control equipment
E
RIINHB319A
Install de-watering conduit and
gas drainage equipment
E
RIINHB320A
Construct monitoring bores
E
Construct multiple aquifer
production bores
Conduct horizontal directional
drilling
Carry out grouting or
cementing operations
E
RIINHB325A
Construct and complete single
aquifer production bores
E
RIINHB401A
Plan and supervise the
mobilisation of equipment,
crew and materials
E
RIINHB402A
Supervise mineral exploration
drilling operations
E
RIINHB315D
RIINHB316D
RIINHB317D
RIINHB318D
RIINHB319D
RIINHB320D
RIINHB322D
RIINHB323D
RIINHB324D
RIINHB325D
RIINHB401D
RIINHB402D
Conduct top-hole hammer
drilling
Conduct underground inseam directional drilling
Install underground inseam directional drilling
standpipes
Install and operate water
and gas control equipment
Install de-watering conduit
and gas drainage
equipment
Construct monitoring bores
Construct multiple aquifer
production bores
Conduct horizontal
directional drilling
Carry out grouting or
cementing operations
Construct and complete
single aquifer production
bores
Plan and supervise the
mobilisation of equipment,
crew and materials
Supervise mineral
exploration drilling
operations
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RIINHB315A
RIINHB316A
RIINHB322A
RIINHB323A
RIINHB324B
E
E
E
page 57
Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Supervise geotechnical
RIINHB403D
drilling operations
Supervise seismic drilling
RIINHB404D
operations
Supervise water well
RIINHB405D
drilling operations
Supervise foundation
RIINHB406D
drilling operations
Supervise horizontal
RIINHB407D
directional drilling
operations
Supervise environmental
RIINHB408D
drilling operations
Supervise mineral
production and
RIINHB409D
development drilling
operations
Supervise surface
RIINHB410D
directional drilling
operations
Construct artesian (flowing)
RIINHB411D
aquifer production bores
RIINHB412D
Construct geothermal wells
Supervise underground inRIINHB413D
seam directional drilling
operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Supervise geotechnical drilling
RIINHB403A
operations
Supervise seismic drilling
RIINHB404A
operations
Supervise water well drilling
RIINHB405A
operations
Supervise foundation drilling
RIINHB406A
operations
RIINHB413A
Supervise underground in-seam
directional drilling operations
N
RIINHB501D
RIINHB501A
Plan drilling
E
RIIOGD201A
Assist in maintaining rig safety
and emergency procedures
E
Carry out equipment and basic
rig maintenance
Prepare and operate drilling
fluid systems
E
Perform rig floor operations
E
Support blow out prevention
operations
Assist with coal seam gas
control
Operate and maintain ancillary
equipment
Conduct and maintain derrick
operations
E
RIIOGD201D
RIIOGD202D
RIIOGD203D
RIIOGD204D
RIIOGD205D
RIIOGD206D
RIIOGD209D
RIIOGD301D
Plan drilling
Assist in maintaining rig
safety and emergency
procedures
Carry out equipment and
basic rig maintenance
Prepare and operate
drilling fluid systems
Perform rig floor
operations
Support blow out
prevention operations
Assist with coal seam gas
control
Operate and maintain
ancillary equipment
Conduct and maintain
derrick operations
Relationship
E
E
E
E
RIINHB407A
Supervise horizontal directional
drilling operations
N
RIINHB408A
Supervise environmental
drilling operations
N
RIINHB409A
Supervise mineral production
and development drilling
operations
N
RIINHB410A
Supervise surface directional
drilling operations
N
RIINHB411A
RIINHB412B
RIIOGD202A
RIIOGD203A
RIIOGD204A
RIIOGD205A
RIIOGD206A
RIIOGD209A
RIIOGD301A
Construct artesian (flowing)
aquifer production bores
Construct geothermal wells
E
E
E
E
E
E
RIIOGD302D
Trip casing
RIIOGD302A
Trip casing
E
RIIOGD303D
Trip pipe
RIIOGD303A
Trip pipe
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Apply effective coal seam
RIIOGD304D
gas control practices
Apply blow out prevention
RIIOGD305D
operational procedures
Rig up, conduct pre-spud
RIIOGD401D
operations and rig down
Participate in nippling-up
RIIOGD402D
and pressure test
RIIOGD403D
Conduct drilling operations
Coordinate air drilling
RIIOGD404D
operations
Carry out well control and
RIIOGD405D
blow out prevention
RIIOGD406D
Shut down rig
RIIOGD501D
Manage rig operations
Plan and evaluate rig
RIIOGD502D
operations
RIIOGD503D
Oversee drilling operations
RIIOGD504D
Manage drilling operations
Manage drilling induction
RIIOGD505D
and orientation
Manage rig move and camp
RIIOGD506D
move
Manage and monitor rig-up
RIIOGD507D
and rig-up to spud
operations
Manage well completion
RIIOGD508D
and abandonment
Manage multiple drilling
RIIOGD601D
operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Apply effective coal seam gas
RIIOGD304A
control practices
Apply blow out prevention
RIIOGD305A
operational procedures
Rig up, conduct pre-spud
RIIOGD401A
operations and rig down
Participate in nippling-up and
RIIOGD402A
pressure test
RIIOGD403A Conduct drilling operations
Coordinate air drilling
RIIOGD404A
operations
Carry out well control and blow
RIIOGD405A
out prevention
RIIOGD406A Shut down rig
RIIOGD501A Manage rig operations
Plan and evaluate rig
RIIOGD502A
operations
RIIOGD503A Oversee drilling operations
RIIOGD504A Manage drilling operations
Manage drilling induction and
RIIOGD505A
orientation
Manage rig move and camp
RIIOGD506A
move
RIIOGF201D
RIIOGF201A
Carry out deck operations
E
RIIOGF202A
Assist in the transfer of
passengers and freight during
helicopter operations
E
RIIOGF203A
Contribute to the control of
offshore emergencies
E
RIIOGF301A
Monitor, operate and maintain
mud pits and equipment
E
RIIOGF302A
Operate drilling fluids and mud
pits
E
RIIOGN201A
Carry out rig lease operations
N
RIIOGF202D
RIIOGF203D
RIIOGF301D
RIIOGF302D
RIIOGN201D
Carry out deck operations
Assist in the transfer of
passengers and freight
during helicopter
operations
Contribute to the control of
offshore emergencies
Monitor, operate and
maintain mud pits and
equipment
Operate drilling fluids and
mud pits
Carry out rig lease
operations
RIIOGD507A
RIIOGD508A
RIIOGD601A
Manage and monitor rig-up and
rig-up to spud operations
Manage well completion and
abandonment
Manage multiple drilling
operations
Relationship
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
E
RIIOGN302D
Operate mud pumps
RIIOGN302A
Operate mud pumps
E
RIIOGN303D
Operate mud systems
RIIOGN303A
Operate mud systems
E
RIIPBE201D
Conduct aeration process
RIIPBE201A
Conduct aeration process
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIPBE202D
Conduct digestion process
RIIPBE202A
Conduct digestion process
E
RIIPBE203D
Conduct precipitation
operations
RIIPBE203A
Conduct precipitation
operations
E
RIIPBE204D
Conduct reduction process
RIIPBE204A
Conduct reduction process
E
RIIPBE205B
Conduct roasting operations
E
RIIPBE301A
Conduct calcinations activities
E
RIIPBE205D
RIIPBE301D
Conduct roasting
operations
Conduct calcinations
activities
Relationship
RIIPBE302D
Conduct bacterial oxidation
RIIPBE302A
Conduct bacterial oxidation
E
RIIPBE303D
Conduct filtering process
RIIPBE303B
Conduct filtering process
E
Conduct heavy media
separation
Conduct high tension
separation
E
RIIPBE304D
RIIPBE305D
Conduct heavy media
separation
Conduct high tension
separation
RIIPBE304B
RIIPBE305A
E
RIIPBE306D
Conduct leaching process
RIIPBE306A
Conduct leaching process
E
RIIPBE307D
Conduct pressure oxidation
RIIPBE307A
Conduct pressure oxidation
E
RIIPBE308B
Conduct thickening and
clarifying process
E
RIIPBE309B
Conduct wet gravity separation
E
RIIPBE310B
Conduct flotation process
E
RIIPBE311B
Conduct magnetic separation
E
RIIPBP202A
Conduct air cleaning activities
E
RIIPBP301A
Process lime products
E
RIIPBP302A
Control operations in acid plant
E
RIIPEO201B
Conduct conveyor operations
E
RIIPEO202A
Provide deck support for
conveyor-car high wall mining
operations EQU
E
RIIPEO203B
Conduct stacker operations
E
Conduct shore side mooring
operations
Conduct ship loading
operations
Lay and recover cables and
hoses
Coordinate conveyor system
shift
E
RIIPBE308D
RIIPBE309D
RIIPBE310D
RIIPBE311D
RIIPBP202D
RIIPBP301D
RIIPBP302D
RIIPEO201D
RIIPEO202D
RIIPEO203D
RIIPEO204D
RIIPEO205D
RIIPEO206D
RIIPEO207D
Conduct thickening and
clarifying process
Conduct wet gravity
separation
Conduct flotation process
Conduct magnetic
separation
Conduct air cleaning
activities
Process lime products
Control operations in acid
plant
Conduct conveyor
operations
Provide deck support for
conveyor-car high wall
mining operations
Conduct stacker operations
Conduct shore side
mooring operations
Conduct ship loading
operations
Lay and recover cables and
hoses
Coordinate conveyor
system shift
RIIPEO204A
RIIPEO205A
RIIPEO206A
RIIPEO207A
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Extend, retract and
RIIPEO208D
maintain conveyor
componentry
Conduct conveyor-car high
RIIPEO301D
wall mining operations
Operate and monitor ore
RIIPEO302D
car dumpers
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIPGP201D
Conduct pump operations
RIIPGP202D
RIIPGP203D
RIIPGP204D
RIIPGP205D
RIIPGP301D
RIIPGP302D
RIIPHA201D
RIIPHA301D
RIIPHA302D
RIIPHA303D
RIIPRE201D
RIIPRE202D
RIIPRE203D
Relationship
Extend, retract and maintain
conveyor componentry
E
Conduct conveyor-car high wall
mining operations
Operate and monitor ore car
dumpers
E
RIIPGP201A
Conduct pump operations
E
Handle reagents
RIIPGP202A
Handle reagents
E
Operate compressors
RIIPGP203A
Operate compressors
E
RIIPGP204A
Carry out bore-field operations
E
RIIPGP205A
Handle, store and use cyanide
E
RIIPGP301A
Conduct drying activities
E
RIIPGP302A
Monitor and operate auxiliary
plant and equipment
E
RIIPHA201A
Operate raw material feed
systems
E
RIIPHA301A
Conduct milling/grinding
E
RIIPHA302A
Operate and monitor filter
processes
E
RIIPHA303A
Operate agglomeration circuit
E
RIIPRE201A
Conduct solvent extraction
E
RIIPRE202A
Prepare and carry out
electrolytic cleaning process
E
RIIPRE203A
Prepare for sintering activities
E
Carry out bore-field
operations
Handle, store and use
cyanide
Conduct drying activities
Monitor and operate
auxiliary plant and
equipment
Operate raw material feed
systems
Conduct milling/grinding
Operate and monitor filter
processes
Operate agglomeration
circuit
Conduct solvent extraction
Prepare and carry out
electrolytic cleaning
process
Prepare for sintering
activities
RIIPEO208A
RIIPEO301A
RIIPEO302
E
RIIPRE204D
Sinter materials
RIIPRE204A
Sinter materials
E
RIIPRE301D
Conduct
electrowinning/electrorefining operations
RIIPRE301A
Conduct
electrowinning/electro-refining
operations
E
RIIPRE302D
Conduct elution processes
RIIPRE302A
Conduct elution processes
E
RIIPRE303D
Conduct gold room
operations
RIIPRE303A
Conduct gold room operations
E
RIIPRE304D
Monitor casting quality
RIIPRE304A
Monitor casting quality
E
RIIPRM501A
Implement, monitor, rectify
and report on contracts
E
RIIPRO201A
Conduct crushing operations
E
RIIPRO202A
Conduct screening and
conveying operations
E
RIIPRM501D
RIIPRO201D
RIIPRO202D
Implement, monitor, rectify
and report on contracts
Conduct crushing
operations
Conduct screening and
conveying operations
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Operate programmable
RIIPRO203D
logic control systems
Bulk package and store
RIIPRO204D
product
Conduct blending plant
RIIPRO205D
operations
Conduct crushing and
RIIPRO301D
screening plant operations
Perform process control
RIIPRO302D
room operations
Conduct sand wash plant
RIIPRO303D
operations
Supervise processing
RIIPRO401D
operations
Supervise recycled
RIIPRO402D
materials operations
Implement site processing
RIIPRO501D
plant operations
Develop, implement and
RIIPRO502D
maintain process control
systems
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Operate programmable logic
RIIPRO203A
control systems
RIIPRO601D
Design processing plant
RIIPSM201D
Relationship
E
Bulk package and store product
E
Conduct blending plant
operations
Conduct crushing and screening
plant operations
Perform process control room
operations
Conduct sand wash plant
operations
Supervise processing
operations
Supervise recycled materials
operations
Implement site processing plant
operations
Develop, implement and
maintain process control
systems
E
RIIPRO601A
Design processing plant
E
Tap furnaces
RIIPSM201A
Tap furnaces
E
RIIPSM202D
Prepare for pelletising
activities
RIIPSM202A
Prepare for pelletising activities
E
RIIPSM203D
Produce pellets
RIIPSM203A
Produce pellets
E
RIIPSM301D
Cast a blast furnace
RIIPSM301A
Cast a blast furnace
E
RIIPSM302D
Cast ingots
RIIPSM302A
Cast ingots
E
RIIPSM303D
Operate a blast furnace
RIIPSM303A
Operate a blast furnace
RIIPSM304D
Operate furnaces
RIIPSM304A
Operate furnaces
N
E
RIIPSM305D
Operate converters
RIIPSM305A
Operate converters
E
Supply molten metal and
additives to furnaces
Control molten metal in holding
furnace/vessel
Monitor and maintain furnace
gas efficiency
Monitor and maintain flue gas
efficiency
Maintain and monitor site
quality standards
E
Apply a quality management
system on site
E
RIIPSM306D
RIIPSM307D
RIIPSM308D
RIIPSM309D
RIIQUA201D
RIIQUA401D
Supply molten metal and
additives to furnaces
Control molten metal in
holding furnace/vessel
Monitor and maintain
furnace gas efficiency
Monitor and maintain flue
gas efficiency
Maintain and monitor site
quality standards
Apply a quality
management system on
site
RIIPRO204A
RIIPRO205A
RIIPRO301C
RIIPRO302A
RIIPRO303A
RIIPRO401A
RIIPRO402A
RIIPRO501A
RIIPRO502A
RIIPSM306A
RIIPSM307A
RIIPSM308A
RIIPSM309A
RIIQUA201A
RIIQUA401A
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Implement, monitor and
RIIQUA501D
develop quality
management plans
Establish and maintain a
RIIQUA601D
quality system
Apply and monitor mine
RIIRAI401D
services and infrastructure
systems
Apply and monitor site
RIIRAI402D
plant and resource
management plan
Implement mine transport
RIIRAI501D
systems and production
equipment
Implement site plant and
RIIRAI502D
resource management plan
Implement site services and
RIIRAI503D
infrastructure systems
Select and install surface
RIIRAI504D
plant and equipment
Implement the surface
RIIRAI505D
mine mechanical plant
management plan
Implement, monitor, rectify
RIIRAI506D
and report on inventory
control system
Implement the
underground coal mine
RIIRAI507D
mechanical plant
management plan
Implement mine services
RIIRAI508D
systems
Implement mine fixed plant
RIIRAI509D
and infrastructure systems
Rectify and report on
interfaces between
RIIRAI510D
electrical and mechanical
componentry
Establish and maintain the
RIIRAI601D
site infrastructure and fixed
plant systems
Establish and maintain
mine mechanical plant,
RIIRAI602D
services and infrastructure
systems
Establish and maintain
RIIRAI603D
mine transport systems and
production equipment
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Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Implement, monitor and
RIIQUA501A develop quality management
plans
Establish and maintain a quality
RIIQUA601A
system
Apply and monitor mine
RIIRAI401A
services and infrastructure
systems
RIIRAI402A
RIIRAI501B
RIIRAI502A
RIIRAI503B
RIIRAI504A
RIIRAI505A
RIIRAI506A
RIIRAI507A
RIIRAI508A
RIIRAI509A
RIIRAI510A
RIIRAI601A
Apply and monitor site plant
and resource management plan
Implement mine transport
systems and production
equipment
Implement site plant and
resource management plan
Implement site services and
infrastructure systems
Select and install surface plant
and equipment
Implement the surface mine
mechanical plant management
plan
Implement, monitor, rectify
and report on inventory control
system
Implement the underground
coal mine mechanical plant
management plan
Implement mine services
systems
Implement mine fixed plant and
infrastructure systems
Implement, monitor, rectify
and report on interfaces
between electrical and
mechanical componentry
Establish and maintain the site
infrastructure and fixed plant
systems
Relationship
E
N
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
N
E
E
E
E
N
RIIRAI602A
Establish and maintain mine
mechanical plant, services and
infrastructure systems
N
RIIRAI603A
Establish and maintain mine
transport systems and
production equipment
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Establish and maintain
RIIRAI604D
mine services and
infrastructure systems
Establish and maintain an
underground mine
RIIRAI605D
mechanical plant
management system
Establish and maintain
RIIRAI606D
mine closure management
systems
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Establish and maintain mine
RIIRAI604A
services and infrastructure
systems
RIIRAI607D
RIIRAI608D
RIIRAI609D
RIIRAI610D
RIIRAI611D
RIIRAI612D
RIIRIS201D
RIIRIS202D
RIIRIS301D
RIIRIS401D
RIIRIS402D
RIIRIS403D
RIIRIS501D
RIIRIS601D
Establish quarry operations
Establish quarry
development
Establish and maintain
electrical installations,
reticulation and protection
system
Establish and maintain
mechanical standard and
engineering practices for
transport and production
equipment
Establish and maintain a
surface mine mechanical
plant management system
Establish and maintain
underground product
haulage and transport
systems
Conduct local risk control
Responding to site based
spills
Apply risk management
processes
Apply site risk management
system
Carry out the risk
management processes
Managing and coordinating
spill repsonse
Implement and maintain
management system to
control risk
Establish and maintain the
risk management system
Relationship
E
RIIRAI605A
Establish and maintain an
underground mine mechanical
plant management system
N
RIIRAI606A
Establish and maintain mine
closure management systems
E
RIIRAI607A
Establish quarry operations
E
RIIRAI608A
Establish quarry development
E
RIIRAI609A
RIIRAI610A
RIIRAI611A
Establish and maintain
electrical installations,
reticulation and protection
system
Establish and maintain
mechanical standard and
engineering practices for
transport and production
equipment
Establish and maintain a
surface mine mechanical plant
management system
N
E
N
RIIRAI612A
Establish and maintain
underground product haulage
and transport systems
E
RIIRIS201B
Conduct local risk control
E
NEW
RIIRIS301B
RIIRIS401A
RIIRIS402A
Apply risk management
processes
Apply site risk management
system
Carry out the risk management
processes
E
E
E
NEW
RIIRIS501A
RIIRIS601A
Implement and maintain
management system to control
risk
Establish and maintain the risk
management system
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Handle resources and
infrastructure materials
RIISAM201D
and safely dispose of nontoxic materials
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Handle resources and
infrastructure materials and
RIISAM201A
safely dispose of non-toxic
materials
RIISAM202D
Isolate and access plant
RIISAM202A
Isolate and access plant
E
RIISAM203D
Use hand and power tools
RIISAM203B
Use hand and power tools
E
RIISAM204B
Operate small plant and
equipment
E
RIISAM205A
Cut, weld and bend materials
E
Apply operational maintenance
skills
Perform plant operational
maintenance
Carry out operational
maintenance
Remove and fit wheel
assemblies
Remove, repair and refit tyres
and tubes
Service mine plant and
equipment
Position and set up mobile
lighting
Provide support to electrical
tradesperson
Carry out drilling Industry
operational maintenance
Test operational functions of
vehicles and equipment
Service and handover plant and
machines
Shut down dredge for operator
maintenance
Install, commission and
maintain major conveyor
equipment and systems
Repair and splice conveyor
belting
E
RIISAM306A
Service and maintain
conveyors, feeders and hoppers
E
RIISAM307A
Service and maintain crushers
E
RIISAM308A
Service and maintain screens
E
RIISAM309A
Service and maintain pumps
E
RIISAM204D
RIISAM205D
RIISAM207D
RIISAM208D
RIISAM209D
RIISAM210D
RIISAM211D
RIISAM212D
RIISAM213D
RIISAM214D
RIISAM215D
RIISAM301D
RIISAM302D
RIISAM303D
RIISAM304D
RIISAM305D
RIISAM306D
RIISAM307D
RIISAM308D
RIISAM309D
Operate small plant and
equipment
Cut, weld and bend
materials
Apply operational
maintenance skills
Perform plant operational
maintenance
Carry out operational
maintenance
Remove and fit wheel
assemblies
Remove, repair and refit
tyres and tubes
Service mine plant and
equipment
Position and set up mobile
lighting
Provide support to
electrical tradesperson
Carry out drilling Industry
operational maintenance
Test operational functions
of vehicles and equipment
Service and handover plant
and machines
Shut down dredge for
operator maintenance
Install, commission and
maintain major conveyor
equipment and systems
Repair and splice conveyor
belting
Service and maintain
conveyors, feeders and
hoppers
Service and maintain
crushers
Service and maintain
screens
Service and maintain
pumps
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RIISAM207A
RIISAM208A
RIISAM209A
RIISAM210A
RIISAM211B
RIISAM212A
RIISAM213A
RIISAM214A
RIISAM215A
RIISAM301A
RIISAM302A
RIISAM303A
RIISAM304A
RIISAM305A
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E
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E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Install and commission
RIISAM310D
plant, machinery and
services
Maintain winder
RIISAM311D
equipment
Inspect and maintain shafts
RIISAM312D
and structures
Monitor, inspect and
RIISAM313D
service winder ropes and
attachments
Manage oil and gas drilling
RIISAM314D
equipment maintenance
Apply site plant, equipment
and infrastructure
RIISAM401D
maintenance management
plan
Supervise operation of
RIISAM402D
electrical equipment and
installations
Commission/recommission
RIISAM403D
plant
Implement and maintain
the site plant, equipment
RIISAM501D
and infrastructure
maintenance plan
Manage general drilling
RIISAM502D
equipment maintenance
Establish and maintain
plant, equipment and
RIISAM601D
infrastructure maintenance
system
Establish and maintain
maintenance management
RIISAM602D
system for mechanical
plant and equipment
Conduct mine surveying
RIISDM501D
operations
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIISRM301D
RIISRM301B
RIISRM302D
RIISRM303D
RIISRM304D
RIISRM401D
RIISRM501D
Blend stockpile materials
Conduct stockpile
reclaiming operations
Move and position
materials to form stockpiles
Maintain stockpiles
Apply and monitor the site
stockpile management plan
Implement the stockpile
management plan
Relationship
RIISAM310A
Install and commission plant,
machinery and services
E
RIISAM311A
Maintain winder equipment
E
RIISAM312A
Inspect and maintain shafts and
structures
E
RIISAM313A
Monitor, inspect and service
ropes and attachments
E
RIISAM314A
Manage oil and gas drilling
equipment maintenance
E
RIISAM401A
Apply site plant, equipment and
infrastructure maintenance
management plan
E
RIISAM402A
RIISAM403A
RIISAM501A
RIISAM502B
RIISAM601A
RIISAM602A
RIISDM501A
RIISRM302B
RIISRM303B
RIISRM304B
RIISRM401A
RIISRM501A
Supervise operation of
electrical equipment and
installations
Commission/recommission
plant
Implement and maintain the
site plant, equipment and
infrastructure maintenance
plan
Manage general drilling
equipment maintenance
Establish and maintain plant,
equipment and infrastructure
maintenance system
Establish and maintain
maintenance management
system for mechanical plant
and equipment
Conduct mine surveying
operations
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Blend stockpile materials
E
Conduct stockpile reclaiming
operations
Move and position materials to
form stockpiles
E
Maintain stockpiles
E
Apply and monitor the site
stockpile management plan
Implement the stockpile
management plan
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Design stockpile formations
RIISRM502D
and reclaiming systems
Establish and maintain the
RIISRM601D
stockpile management
system
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Design stockpile formations and
RIISRM502A
reclaiming systems
RIISRM601A
Establish and maintain the
stockpile management system
E
RIISTD201D
Read and interpret maps
RIISTD201A
Read and interpret maps
E
RIISTD202D
Collect routine site samples
RIISTD202A
Collect routine site samples
E
Take environmental
RIISTD301A
samples and measurements
Process data and maintain
RIISTD302A
accurate records
RIIUMM201
Install ground support
A
RIIUMM202
Install and maintain vent
A
Prepare and perform
RIIUMM203
manual scaling operations
A
Conduct wet filling
RIIUMM301
activities
A
RIIUMM302
Install sets
A
RIIUMM303
Conduct hand held mining
A
Construct and maintain
RIIUMM304
underground roads
A
Install and remove a
RIIUMM305
secondary fan
A
RIIUMM306
Conduct mechanical scaling
A
Maintain underground
RIIUMM307
stockpiles
A
Install, maintain and
recover reticulation
RIIUND201A
systems
Operate from elevated
work platform
RIIUND202A
underground
Refuel vehicles/machines
RIIUND204A
underground
Respond to a workforce
RIIUND205A
incident
Install hand held
underground ground
RIIUND206A
support
Conduct underground
RIIUND207A
lifting operations
Take environmental samples
and measurements
Process data and maintain
accurate records
E
Install ground support
E
Install and maintain vent
E
Prepare and perform manual
scaling operations
E
Conduct wet filling activities
E
Install sets
E
Conduct hand held mining
E
Construct and maintain
underground roads
Install and remove a secondary
fan
E
Conduct mechanical scaling
E
Maintain underground
stockpiles
E
Install, maintain and recover
reticulation systems
E
Operate from elevated work
platform underground
E
Refuel vehicles/machines
underground
Respond to a workforce
incident
E
Install hand held underground
ground support
E
Conduct underground lifting
operations
E
RIIUND208D
Conduct skip operations
RIIUND208A
Conduct skip operations
E
RIIUND209D
Operate automated winder
RIIUND209A
Operate automated winder
E
RIISTD301D
RIISTD302D
RIIUMM201D
RIIUMM202D
RIIUMM203D
RIIUMM301D
RIIUMM302D
RIIUMM303D
RIIUMM304D
RIIUMM305D
RIIUMM306D
RIIUMM307D
RIIUND201D
RIIUND202D
RIIUND204D
RIIUND205D
RIIUND206D
RIIUND207D
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIUND301D
Operate manual winder
RIIUND301A
Operate manual winder
E
RIIUND302D
Conduct cage operations
RIIUND302A
Conduct cage operations
E
RIIUND303D
Operate winder for shaft
sinking
RIIUND303A
Operate winder for shaft
sinking
E
RIIUND304D
Recover equipment
RIIUND304A
Recover equipment
E
Recover underground
equipment
Conduct line of sight remote
operations
Conduct tele-remote
operations
Conduct control room
operations
E
RIIUND305D
RIIUND306D
RIIUND307D
RIIUND308D
RIIUND309D
RIIUND310D
RIIUND401D
RIIUND501D
RIIUND601D
RIIUND602D
RIIUND603D
Recover underground
equipment
Conduct line of sight
remote operations
Conduct tele-remote
operations
Conduct control room
operations
Conduct mechanical
underground ground
support drilling and
installation
Apply shot-crete
underground
Apply and monitor the
ventilation management
plan
Implement the ventilation
management plan
Establish and maintain the
ventilation management
system
Establish and maintain
mine services systems
Manage, operate and
maintain the mine
ventilation system
RIIUND305A
RIIUND306A
RIIUND307A
RIIUND308A
Relationship
E
E
E
RIIUND309A
Conduct mechanical
underground ground support
drilling and installation
E
RIIUND310
Apply shot-crete underground
E
RIIUND401B
Apply and monitor the
ventilation management plan
E
Implement the ventilation
management plan
Establish and maintain the
ventilation management
system
Establish and maintain mine
services systems
E
RIIUND603A
Manage, operate and maintain
the mine ventilation system
E
RIIUND501A
RIIUND601A
RIIUND602A
E
E
RIIVEH201D
Operate light vehicle
RIIVEH201B
Operate light vehicle
E
RIIVEH202D
Operate a medium vehicle
RIIVEH202A
Operate a medium vehicle
E
RIIVEH203B
Operate light vehicle
underground
E
RIIVEH301A
Conduct rail haulage operations
E
Operate multi-combination
vehicle
Drive heavy combination
vehicle
E
RIIVEH304B
Conduct tip truck operations
E
RIIVEH305A
Operate and maintain a four
wheel drive vehicle
E
RIIVEH203D
RIIVEH301D
RIIVEH302D
RIIVEH303D
RIIVEH304D
RIIVEH305D
Operate light vehicle
underground
Conduct rail haulage
operations
Operate multi-combination
vehicle
Drive heavy combination
vehicle
Conduct tip truck
operations
Operate and maintain a
four wheel drive vehicle
RIIVEH302A
RIIVEH303A
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Operate mine service
RIIVEH306D
vehicle
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
RIIVEH306A
Operate mine service vehicle
E
RIIVEH307D
Operate heavy rigid vehicle
RIIVEH307A
Operate heavy rigid vehicle
E
RIIWBP201D
Treat and dispose of rejects
and tailings
RIIWBP201A
Treat and dispose of rejects and
tailings
E
RIIWBP202D
Distribute tailings
RIIWBP202A
Distribute tailings
E
Monitor tailings dam
environment
Apply and monitor site waste
and by-products management
plan
E
Implement site waste and byproduct management plan
E
Plan and monitor recycled
material operations
Establish and maintain waste
and by-product management
system
E
RIIOHS201A
Work safely and follow OHS
policies and procedures
E
RIIOHS202A
Enter and work in confined
spaces
E
RIIWBP203D
RIIWBP401D
RIIWBP501D
RIIWBP502D
RIIWBP601D
RIIWHS201D
RIIWHS202D
Monitor tailings dam
environment
Apply and monitor site
waste and by-products
management plan
Implement site waste and
by-product management
plan
Plan and monitor recycled
material operations
Establish and maintain
waste and by-product
management system
Work safely and follow
WHS policies and
procedures
Enter and work in confined
spaces
RIIWBP203B
RIIWBP401A
RIIWBP501A
RIIWBP502A
RIIWBP601A
Relationship
E
E
RIIWHS203D
Maintain amenities
RIIOHS203A
Maintain amenities
E
RIIWHS204D
Work safely at heights
RIIOHS204A
Work safely at heights
E
Control traffic with stop-slow
bat
Conduct safety and health
investigations
Implement traffic management
plan
Supervise work in confined
spaces
Examine and maintain mine
safety
Apply the mine occupational
health and safety management
plan
Implement and monitor health
and hygiene management
systems
E
RIIOHS405A
Maintain standard procedures
and safe working practices
E
RIIOHS601A
Establish and maintain the OHS
management system
E
RIIWHS205D
RIIWHS301D
RIIWHS302D
RIIWHS401D
RIIWHS402D
RIIWHS403D
RIIWHS404D
RIIWHS405D
RIIWHS601D
Control traffic with stopslow bat
Conduct safety and health
investigations
Implement traffic
management plan
Supervise work in confined
spaces
Examine and maintain mine
safety
Apply the mine
occupational health and
safety management plan
Implement and monitor
health and hygiene
management systems
Maintain standard
procedures and safe
working practices
Establish and maintain the
WHS management system
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RIIOHS205A
RIIOHS301A
RIIOHS302A
RIIOHS401A
RIIOHS402A
RIIOHS403A
RIIOHS404A
E
E
E
E
E
E
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Incorporate health and
RIIWHS602D
hygiene factors into mine
management
Conduct dewatering
RIIWMG201D
activities in surface
operations
Conduct dewatering
RIIWMG202D
operations in underground
mining operations
Drain and dewater civil
RIIWMG203D
construction site
Control construction site
RIIWMG301D
water table
RIIWMG302D
RIIWMG401D
RIIWMG402D
RIIWMG501D
RIIWMG601D
RIIWSV201D
RIIWSV202D
RIIWSV203D
RIIWSV301D
RIIWSV302D
RIIWSV303D
RIIWSV304D
RIIWSV401D
RIIWSV402D
RIIWSV403D
RIIWSV404D
RIIWSV501D
Reclaim and treat water
Apply and monitor the site
water management plan
Monitor and coordinate
waste and process water
treatment
Develop and implement the
site water management
plan
Establish and maintain
water management system
Perform well servicing rig
floor operations
Carry out well servicing rig
lease operations
Prepare equipment for well
servicing air operations
Conduct and maintain well
servicing derrick operations
Well servicing trip
production tubing/work
string
Operate fluid systems
Prepare well servicing
fishing operations
Rig up and rig down for well
servicing
Conduct well servicing
milling operations
Participate in well servicing
nippling-up and pressure
test
Conduct fishing operations
Manage well servicing
induction and orientation
Superseded Units of Competency
Units code
Units title
Relationship
RIIOHS602A
Incorporate health and hygiene
factors into mine management
E
RIIWMG201
A
Conduct dewatering activities
in surface operations
E
RIIWMG202
A
RIIWMG203
A
RIIWMG301
A
RIIWMG302
A
RIIWMG401
A
Conduct dewatering operations
in underground mining
operations
Drain and dewater civil
construction site
Control construction site water
table
E
E
E
Reclaim and treat water
E
Apply and monitor the site
water management plan
E
RIIWMG402
A
Monitor and coordinate waste
and process water treatment
E
RIIWMG501
A
Implement the site water
management plan
E
RIIWMG601
A
Establish and maintain water
management system
E
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NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
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Current Units of Competency
Unit Code
RI Release 1.0 Unit title
Manage well completion
RIIWSV502D
and rig release
Manage and monitor rig up
RIIWSV503D
operations
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Units code
Units title
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Imported Units in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII)
Training Package
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package contains 185 specified Units of Competency
imported from other endorsed Industry Training Packages. These units must be assessed in accordance with
the relevant requirements of the parent Training Package.
Unit Code
Unit Title
AHCNAR201A
Carry out natural area restoration works
AHCNAR303A
Implement revegetation works
AHCSAW201A
Conduct erosion and sediment control activities
AHCSAW301A
Construct conservation earthworks
BSBCUS301B
Deliver and monitor a service to customers
BSBCUS401B
Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies
BSBCUS501C
Manage quality customer service
BSBFIA402A
Report on financial activity
BSBFIM501A
Manage budgets and financial plans
BSBFLM303C
Contribute to effective workplace relationships
BSBFLM305C
Support operational plan
BSBFLM312C
Contribute to team effectiveness
BSBHRM506A
Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
BSBINM401A
Implement workplace information system
BSBINM501A
Manage an information or knowledge management system
BSBINM601A
Manage knowledge and information
BSBINN301A
Promote innovation in a team environment
BSBINN502A
Build and sustain an innovative work environment
BSBITU101A
Operate a personal computer
BSBLED401A
Develop teams and individuals
BSBLED501A
Develop a workplace learning environment
BSBMGT401A
Show leadership in the workplace
BSBMGT402A
Implement operational plan
BSBMGT403A
Implement continuous improvement
BSBMGT515A
Manage operational plan
BSBMGT516C
Facilitate continuous improvement
Unit Code
Unit Title
BSBMGT605B
Provide leadership across the organisation
BSBMGT608C
Manage innovation and continuous improvement
BSBMGT616A
Develop and implement strategic plans
BSBMGT617A
Develop and implement a business plan
BSBPMG413A
Apply human resources management approaches
BSBPMG416A
Apply contract and procurement procedures
BSBPMG511A
Manage project scope
BSBPMG512A
Manage project time
BSBPMG513A
Manage project quality
BSBPMG514A
Manage project cost
BSBPMG515A
Manage project human resources
BSBPMG516A
Manage project information and communication
BSBPMG517A
Manage project risk
BSBPMG518A
Manage project procurement
BSBPMG521A
Manage project integration
BSBPMG522A
Undertake project work
BSBPMG601A
Direct the integration of projects
BSBPMG602A
Direct the scope of a project program
BSBPMG603A
Direct time management of a project program
BSBPMG604A
Direct cost management of a project program
BSBPMG605A
Direct quality management of a project program
BSBPMG606A
Direct human resources management of a project program
BSBPMG607A
Direct communications management of a project program
BSBPMG608A
Direct risk management of a project program
BSBPMG609A
Direct procurement and contracting for a project program
BSBPUR301B
Purchase goods and services
BSBRKG304B
Maintain business records
BSBRKG403C
Set up a business or records system for a small business
BSBSMB402A
Plan small business finances
BSBSMB403A
Market the small business
BSBSMB404A
Undertake small business planning
BSBSMB405B
Monitor and manage small business operations
BSBSUS201A
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
BSBSUS301A
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
BSBWHS301A
Maintain workplace safety
BSBWHS401A
Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet
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Unit Code
Unit Title
legislative requirements
BSBWHS403A
Contribute to the implementation of the OHS consultation process
BSBWHS501A
Ensure a safe workplace
BSBWHS609A
Advise on application of safe design principles to control OHS risk
BSBWOR203B
Work effectively with others
BSBWOR401A
Establish effective workplace relationships
BSBWOR404B
Develop work priorities
BSBWOR501B
Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBWOR502B
Ensure team effectiveness
BSBWRK510A
Manage industrial relations
CPCCCM2007B
Use explosive power tools
CPCCLDG3001A
Licence to perform dogging
CPCCLRG3001A
Licence to perform rigging basic level
CPCCLRG3002A
Licence to perform rigging intermediate level
CPCCLSF2001A
Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding basic level
CPCCLSF3001A
Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding intermediate level
CPCCSF2004A
Place and fix reinforcement materials
CPPSIS3015A
Collect spatial data
CPPSIS3016A
Provide field support services
CPPSIS5032A
Capture new spatial data
CPPSIS5035A
Obtain and validate spatial data
CPPSIS5036A
Integrate spatial datasets
FPICOT2239A
Trim and cut felled trees
FPIFGM3212
Fall trees manually (intermediate)
FPPSTM320A
Manage steam boiler startup
FPPSTM330A
Shut down and bank steam boiler
HLTAID003
Provide first aid
HLTAID006
Provide advanced first aid
ICAICT308A
Use advanced features of computer applications
LGACOM401A
Administer contracts
LGACOM402A
Arrange contracts
LGACOM409A
Prepare tender documentation
LGACOM410A
Prepare response to tenders
LGADMIN417A
Conduct community consultations
LGAWORK401A
Develop works maintenance schedule
LGAWORK402A
Prepare for operational works
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Unit Code
Unit Title
LGAWORK403A
Manage civil plant and resources
LGAWORK501A
Prepare preliminary design for operational works
LGAWORK502A
Prepare detailed works project documentation
LGAWORK503A
Undertake project investigation
MEM09011B
Apply basic engineering design concepts
MEM30001A
Use computer aided drafting systems to produce basic engineering drawings
MEM30002A
Produce basic engineering graphics
MEM30003A
Produce detailed engineering drawings
MEM30004A
Use CAD to create and display 3D models
MSAPMOHS217A Gas test atmospheres
MSAPMPER200C Work in accordance with an issued permit
MSAPMPER300C Issue work permits
MSAPMSUP101A Clean workplace or equipment
MSAPMSUP172A Identify and minimise environmental hazards
MSL913002A
Plan and conduct laboratory/field work
MSL924001A
Process and interpret data
MSL925001A
Analyse data and report results
MSL943001A
Work safely with instruments that emit ionising radiation
MSL953001A
Receive and prepare samples for testing
MSL973001A
Perform basic tests
MSL973002A
Prepare working solutions
MSL973006A
Prepare trial batches for evaluation
MSL974001A
Prepare, standardise and use solutions
MSL974003A
Perform chemical tests and procedures
MSL974005A
Perform physical tests
MSL974010A
Perform mechanical tests
MSL975007A
Supervise sampling, inspections and testing at construction sites
MSL975016A
Perform complex tests to measure engineering properties of materials
NWP331B
Inspect conduit and report on condition and features
NWP440A
Supervise conduit inspection and reporting
PMAOHS211B
Prepare equipment for emergency response
PMAOMIR444B
Develop incident containment tactics
PMAOPS202B
Operate fluid mixing equipment
PMAOPS205B
Operate heat exchangers
PMAOPS206B
Operate separation equipment
PMAOPS207B
Operate powered separation equipment
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Unit Code
Unit Title
PMAOPS208B
Operate chemical separation equipment
PMAOPS223B
Operate and monitor valve systems
PMAOPS230B
Monitor, operate and maintain pipeline stations and equipment
PMAOPS307B
Transfer bulk fluids into/out of storage facility
PMAOPS330B
Communicate and monitor pipeline activities
PMAOPS335A
Conduct pipeline pigging
PMAOPS411B
Manage plant shutdown and restart
PMASUP236B
Operate vehicles in the field
PMASUP441C
Decommission plant
PMLTEST403B
Assist with geotechnical site investigations
PUAAMS007B
Coordinate search and rescue operations
PUAEME002C
Manage injuries at emergency incident
PUAEQU001B
Prepare, maintain and test response equipment
PUAFIR207B
Operate breathing apparatus open circuit
PUAFIR215
Prevent injury
PUAFIR316
Identify, detect and monitor hazardous materials at an incident
PUAFIR320
Render hazardous materials incidents safe
PUASAR022A
Participate in a rescue operation
PUASAR024A
Undertake road crash rescue
PUASAR025A
Undertake confined space rescue
PUASAR027A
Undertake land search rescue
PUASAR032A
Undertake vertical rescue
TAEASS301B
Contribute to assessment
TAEASS401B
Plan assessment activities and processes
TAEASS402B
Assess competence
TAEASS403B
Participate in assessment validation
TAEDEL301A
Provide work skill instruction
TLIA2009A
Complete and check import/export documentation
TLIC3004A
Drive heavy rigid vehicle
TLID2022A
Conduct weighbridge operations
TLILIC0012A
Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and
above)
TLILIC2001A
Licence to operate a forklift truck
TLILIC2005A
Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11
metres or more)
TLILIC2016B
Licence to drive a heavy rigid vehicle
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Unit Code
Unit Title
TLILIC3003A
Licence to operate a bridge and gantry crane
TLILIC3006A
Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes
capacity)
TLILIC3008A
Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)
TLILIC3017B
Licence to drive a heavy combination vehicle
TLILIC3018B
Licence to drive a multi combination vehicle
UEGNSG202B
Construct and lay distribution pipelines
UEPOPS316B
Operate and monitor boiler steam/water cycle
Prerequisite Units in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII)
Training Package
There are no RII units that have prerequisite units.
There are prerequisite and/or co-requisite units relating to imported elective units within some RII
Qualifications.
Care must be taken when selecting an imported unit to verify a prerequisite unit requirement. Applicable units
with prerequisites and/or co-requisites have been identified in the Qualification packaging rule information
and elective tables.
Where a prerequisite or co-requisite has not already been achieved prior to commencing, the unit/s where
practicable will need to be included as an elective ensuring the packaging rules are complied with.
Imported units of competency in the RII and their prerequisites
MSAPMPER300C Issue work permits

Prerequisite Unit: RIIRIS201D Conduct local risk control
MSL975007A Supervise sampling, inspections and testing at construction sites

Prerequisite Unit: MSL954001A Obtain representative samples in accordance with sampling plan

Prerequisite Unit: MSL973009A Conduct field-based acceptance tests for construction materials
PUAFIR316 Identify, detect and monitor hazardous materials at an incident

Prerequisite Unit: PUAFIR207B Operate breathing apparatus open circuit
PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation

Prerequisite Unit: PUAEME001B Provide emergency care
OR

Prerequisite Unit: HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support
PUASAR024A Undertake road crash rescue

Prerequisite Unit: PUAEME002C Manage injuries at emergency incident
OR

Prerequisite Unit: HLTAID003 Provide first aid
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Prerequisite Unit: PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation
PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue
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Prerequisite Unit: PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation
Key work and skilling requirements in the Resources and
Infrastructure Industry
The Australian Resources and Infrastructure Industry is comprised of five sectors – Coal Mining, Metalliferous
Mining, Civil Infrastructure, Drilling and Quarrying (Extractive). Many operations are in remote or rural
locations with major resources projects currently concentrated in Western Australia and Queensland.
Though diverse, the five Industry sectors are intrinsic economic partners heavily reliant on each other for
commercial success within a single eco-system. They have workforce development challenges which if not
addressed, will result in a loss of productivity for the Industry. The challenges include:

an ageing workforce nearing retirement age, especially at managerial and operational level;

new worker attraction in the face of often negative public perception of the Industry;
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remote operation locations requiring sophisticated workforce movement practices;

engaging regional communities as a source for an operational workforce;

ongoing skill enhancement to support safety, operational and technological requirements;
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attraction and retention of female workers;

up-skilling and cross-skilling workers who move across from related industries so they are able to fill
skills gaps in a timely manner; and

global economic shifts that dictate constant shifts in workforce direction.
There is a need to identify generic and emerging skills within the Industry to support the employability of
individuals and to assess and prepare the workforce for current and future productivity.
For more detailed analysis by sector refer to the SkillsDMC Environmental Scans
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Regulation and licensing
Each Unit of Competency, Qualification and Skill Set identifies where applicable regulation and licensing
requirements apply. One of the following statements is used as required:

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit/Qualification at the time of
publication; or

Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit/Qualification can
vary between states, territories, and Industry sectors. Relevant information must be sourced prior to
application of the unit.
Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work
The Model Work Health and Safety Regulations set out the training and assessment requirements for a person
performing high risk work, and the arrangements for issuing a licence to a person performing high risk work.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements can vary between states, territories, and
Industry sectors. Contact your local regulator for advice on:

complying with Work Health and Safety laws;

reporting a workplace incident;

renewing or applying for licences;

workers' compensation claims; and

registering plant and plant designs.
Following are links to national and State/Territory regulators. The information is provided as a guide only. No
responsibility is taken for information that may be out of date at the time of use.

Commonwealth

Australian Capital Territory

Queensland

Victoria

New South Wales

South Australia

Western Australia

Northern Territory

Tasmania
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Relationship between High Risk Work Licences and Units of Competency
The Model Work Health and Safety Regulations recognise classes of licence for High Risk Work and require
that all training and assessment for High Risk Work Licences occur within the vocational education and training
system. Unless otherwise advised by particular States and Territories, all training for licences must be issued
against the relevant Units of Competency.
High Risk Work Licence units in Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII)
Training Package
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package includes twelve (12) imported licensed units
of competency. They are listed in the following table.
Unit Code
Unit Title
CPCCLDG3001A
Licence to perform dogging
CPCCLRG3001A
Licence to perform rigging basic level **
CPCCLRG3002A
Licence to perform rigging intermediate level
CPCCLSF2001A
Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding basic level
CPCCLSF3001A
Licence to erect, later and dismantle scaffolding intermediate level
TLILIC0012A
Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes
and above)
TLILIC2001A
Licence to operate a forklift truck
TLILIC2005A
Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom
length 11 metres or more)
TLILIC2016B
Licence to drive a heavy rigid vehicle
TLILIC3003A
Licence to operate a bridge and gantry crane
TLILIC3006A
Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3
tonnes capacity)
TLILIC3008A
Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)
TLILIC3017B
Licence to drive a heavy combination vehicle
TLILIC3018B
Licence to drive a multi combination vehicle
** Note that CPCCLDG3001A License to perform dogging (or a valid dogging licence) is a prerequisite for
CPCCLRG3001A License to perform rigging (basic level).
Non-licensed units also exist for the areas of work listed in the previous table. Licensed units are to be used for
training and assessment for licensing purposes, whereas Industry units can be used for assessing workplace
competence.
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Construction, Plumbing and Services Training Package (CPC) High Risk Work License Units
The CPC High Risk Work License (HRWL) units and the RII non-licensed units mapping identifies the differences
between the licensed and non-licensed units. The mapping in the following table covers the HRWL units and
the non-licensed RII units.
Unit Code
Unit Title
Unit Code
Unit Title
CPCCLDG3001A
Licence to perform dogging
RIIHAN208D
Perform dogging
CPCCLRG3001A
Licence to perform rigging
basic level **
RIIHAN209D
Perform basic rigging
CPCCLRG3002A
Licence to perform rigging
intermediate level
RIIHAN210D
Perform intermediate rigging
CPCCLSF2001A
Licence to erect, alter and
dismantle scaffolding basic
level
RIIHAN211D
Conduct basic scaffolding operations
CPCCLSF3001A
Licence to erect, later and
dismantle scaffolding
intermediate level
RIIHAN302D
Conduct intermediate scaffolding
operations
** Note that CPCCLDG3001A License to perform dogging (or a valid dogging licence) is a prerequisite for
CPCCLRG3001A License to perform rigging (basic level).
Transport and Logistics Training Package (TLI) High Risk Work License Units
The TLI High Risk Work Licensed (HRWL) units and the RII non-licensed units mapping identifies the differences
between high risk licensed units non-licensed units. The mapping in the following table covers the HRWL units
and the non-licensed RII units.
Unit Code
Unit Title
Unit Code
Unit Title
TLILIC2001A
Licence to operate a forklift
truck
RIIHAN201D
Operate a forklift
TLILIC3003A
Licence to operate a bridge and
gantry crane
RIIHAN305D
Operate a gantry or overhead crane
TLILIC2005A
Licence to operate a boom-type
elevating work platform (boom
length 11 metres or more)
RIIHAN301D
Operating elevating work platform
TLILIC3006A
Licence to operate a nonslewing mobile crane (greater
than 3 tonnes capacity)
RIIHAN212D
Conduct non-slewing crane operations
TLILIC3008A
Licence to operate a slewing
mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)
RIIHAN304D
Conduct slewing crane operations
TLILIC0012A
Licence to operate a vehicle
loading crane (capacity 10 metre
tonnes and above)
RIIHAN307D
Operate a vehicle loading crane
With careful consideration of the content of both the matching licensed and the non-licensed units of
competency, Registered Training Organisations can cover off both units using a holistic approach to training
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delivery. SkillsDMC recommends this approach to enterprises to ensure maximum value from the delivery of
training, and increase options for staff who undertake the training.
Licensed occupations and registrations
Regulations about licensed occupations and registrations vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Some of the
Qualifications and Units of Competency in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package are
associated with statutory positions, but none result in a statutory ticket. Statutory tickets or licences are issued
by State/Territory regulators.
Requirements for licences and registration can change. All information about licence/regulation requirements
should be checked with the appropriate authority before training commences or work is carried out.
Appendix 3 lists the type of licence or registration for work carried out in the Resources and Infrastructure
Industry, and the jurisdiction responsible in each state and territory.
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Implementation Information
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package contains Qualifications related to the
following Industry sectors:

Metalliferous Mining;

Coal Mining;

Civil Infrastructure;

Drilling; and

Quarrying (extractive).
Industry Training Packages are not static documents; they are constantly reviewed and amended periodically
to reflect the latest Industry practices and are version controlled. It is essential that the latest version is always
used.
The latest Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package (RII) including all training package
components can be found at training.gov.au which is an extensive database on vocational education and
training in Australia. Training.gov.au is the official national register of information on all Industry Training
Packages.
Impacts on implementation for Registered Training Organisations
(RTO)
Trainers and Assessors will need to maintain currency of knowledge, skills and Industry experience to
effectively train and assess The Resources and Infrastructure (RII) Training Package Qualifications.
Where an assessor does not have current knowledge, skills and Industry experience a co-assessment
arrangement should be established.
Technical skills are supported by non-technical foundation skills in each Unit of Competency. This requires an
ability to recognise these underpinning skills, support learners in the development of these skills, relate these
skills to the application of technical skills and effectively assess the application of these skills to technical tasks
in the work environment.
Access to live work situations for on-the-job training and assessment is foundational to the delivery of The
Resources and Infrastructure (RII) Training Package Qualifications. Where training and assessment is to take
place utilising plant, equipment and dedicated technologies in operating environments, Registered Training
Organisations will require the necessary inductions to enter and operate on active sites.
Registered Training Organisations must ensure that all plant, equipment and dedicated technologies used in
training and assessment meet safety standards.
For the effective delivery of competencies into the work place, Registered Training Organisations must
contextualise units of competency, including foundation skills, into the site requirements and work processes
impacting the learner’s job role.
Registered Training Organisations must ensure that assessment practices meet all learner and site
requirements through a process of assessment validation. This will ensure that the learning and resulting
competencies are current and relevant to the needs of the learner and the workplace.
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Entry requirements for Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII)
Qualifications
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package does not mandate any entry requirements for
Qualifications.
The completion of a lower level Qualification, learning capability and capacity and current or past job roles can
assist in readiness for undertaking a Qualification.
All Resources and Infrastructure (RII) Training Package Qualifications can be used as a point of entry into a
Qualification pathway.
The candidate is advised to consider their learning readiness, physical ability, interest and motivation for
undertaking a Qualification in order to successfully meet all requirements.
Training and career pathways
The Qualification pathways shown on the following pages provides insight into the Resources and
Infrastructure Industry career pathways and entry level career options. The Qualification pathway for each
sector supports the availability at each certificate level. The brief explanation of the certificate levels is a guide
of what is expected of an employee performing at that level.
The Qualification pathway charts, provided for each sector, can be used for a variety of purposes, for example:

the recognition of job roles;

increasing the knowledge of Qualification structures for those already in the sector;

increased knowledge of career options for those entering the Industry;

succession planning; and

relating vocations to Qualifications or Skill Sets.
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Coal sector Qualification pathway
Certificate I Level is a pathway into Certificate II and III Qualifications. The Qualification raises awareness of
the sector. Employment opportunities with this Qualification only, are not usual.
Certificate II Level reflects the role of an operator at work, under supervision. This role requires the
observation of effective communication, compliance with site work processes and working safely.
Certificate III Level reflects the role of employees, working at a trade level under limited supervision, such as
production operators and miners.
Certificate IV Level supervisory roles complete this Qualification on the job. Advanced operations and the
responsibility for quality and quantity of work are introduced at this level.
Diploma Level is completed by departmental managers, who can demonstrate the application of a broad
range of technical, managerial, coordination, planning and implementation skills on the job.
Advanced Diploma Level is undertaken by mine managers etc. They are required to initiate solutions to
technical problems, plan strategically and are responsible for the overall business.
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Metalliferous sector Qualification pathway
Certificate I Level is a basic entry level Qualification. This is a pathway to Certificate II and III Qualifications.
Employment opportunities with this Qualification only, are not usual.
Certificate II Level reflects the role of an assistant working as part of a team. These jobs require the
completion of a range of routine tasks using limited practical skills.
Certificate III Level reflects the role of employees, such as production operators, at work. These jobs allow
them to use some discretion when selecting equipment, services and implementing contingency measures.
Certificate IV Level is completed by mine supervisors/team leaders on the job. Advanced operational
requirements, management and leadership of staff are introduced at this level.
Diploma Level reflects the role of mine managers. Planning, implementing projects, managing staff and using
your skills to address management problems that arise.
Advanced Diploma Level also reflects the role of the mine manager. This person performs tasks that are
broad, specialised, complex in nature and highly technical.
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Drilling sector Qualification pathway
Certificate I Level is an entry level Qualification. This is a pathway to Certificate II and III Qualifications.
Employment opportunities with this Qualification only, are not usual.
Certificate II Level is completed by employees, such as drillers’ assistants, who undertake a prescribed range
of functions.
Certificate III Level reflects the role of employees, such as drillers, who complete this Qualification on the job.
They often exercise some discretion and judgment in selecting equipment, services or determining
contingency measures.
Certificate IV Level is completed by skilled employees, such as senior drillers, who have been in the position
for a considerable time.
Diploma Level is completed by employees, such as senior drillers or field supervisors. They are responsible for
the quality and quantity of output of others.
Advanced Diploma Level is completed by very highly-skilled management employees. This person performs
tasks that are broad, specialised, complex in nature and highly technical.
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Quarrying (Extractive) sector Qualification pathway
Certificate I Level is an entry level Qualification. This is a pathway to Certificate II and III Qualifications.
Employment opportunities with this Qualification only, are not usual.
Certificate II Level is for semi-skilled operators. These jobs require working safely in a team and following site,
safety and quality procedures.
Certificate III Level is for highly-skilled production operators and is completed on the job. These roles require
using discretion and judgment in selecting equipment, services or determining contingency measures.
Certificate IV Level is for supervisors or team leaders and is undertaken at work. Advanced operational
requirements, supervision and leadership of staff are introduced at this level.
Diploma Level reflects the role of a mine manager. This level entails planning, implementing, managing and
using your skills to address management problems that arise.
Advanced Diploma Level is for a person whose tasks are broad, specialised, complex in nature and highly
technical. They are responsible for establishing mine management systems, plans and policies.
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Civil Infrastructure (Construction) Sector Qualification pathway
Certificate I Level is an introductory operational Qualification and a potential pathway to Certificate II and III
Qualifications. Employment opportunities with this Qualification only, are not usual.
Certificate II Level is a Qualification completed by those employed in assistant or support roles. These Jobs
would require the use of hand tools and small plant and Equipment but not Large Drivable Plant.
Certificate III Level reflects the role of an operator. Large mobile plant and equipment may be used and work
is generally outdoors, taking responsibility for aspects of their team's work.
Certificate IV Level is completed at work by specialist civil construction personnel. Advanced operations,
supervision and design are introduced at this level.
Diploma Level is completed by someone managing or designing one or several civil construct on sites. Here
they specialise either in management or design.
Advanced Diploma Level allows people to manage and/or design different size civil projects and manage the
strategic direction of the business and initiate solutions to technical problems.
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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) as explained in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is an
assessment process that involves assessment of a candidates relevant prior learning (including formal,
informal and non-formal learning) to determine the current competency outcomes of a candidate applying for
advanced standing toward a nationally recognised Qualification. RPL facilitates the progression of candidates
through Qualifications by giving advanced standing for learning outcomes they already have achieved or
competency they can demonstrate as already being held. Advanced standing outcomes may allow for entry
into a Qualification and/or provide competency recognition towards the Qualification. Advanced standing
given may reduce the time required for a candidate to achieve the Qualification reflecting the competency
based nature of progression within Australia’s National Training System.
RPL is appropriate for candidates who have previously attained skills and knowledge and who, when enrolling
in Qualifications, seek to shorten the normal duration of their training and either continue or commence
working.
Recognition of Prior Learning Applied
RPL assessment should be undertaken by skilled people with expertise in the subject, content of skills area, as
well as knowledge of and expertise in RPL assessment policies and procedures.
RPL assessment methods:

should include reasonable adjustment for the literacy levels, cultural background and experiences of
individuals whilst ensuring that vocational outcomes are not diluted;

should address the specific evidence required to demonstrate prior achievement of the learning
outcomes and assessment requirements of the particular Qualification components for which credit or
recognition of current competence is sought; and

Should provide a range of ways an individual can demonstrate that they have met the required
vocational outcomes of Qualifications and can be granted advanced standing, which include:
o
mapping of learning outcomes from prior formal or non-formal learning to the current
Qualification components;
o
questioning (oral or written);
o
observation of individual performance in work based environments;
o
challenge tests or assessments;
o
consideration of third party reports and/or other documentation such as:

articles, reports, project material, papers, testimonials; and

products/resources prepared by the RPL applicant that relate to the learning
outcomes of the relevant Qualification component;
o
consideration of a portfolio and review of contents; and
o
participation in structured assessment activities the individual would normally be required to
undertake if they were enrolled in the Qualification component/s.
In a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway, the candidate provides current, quality evidence of their
competency against the relevant Unit of Competency. This process may be directed by the candidate and
verified by the assessor. Where the outcomes of this process indicate that the candidate is competent,
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structured training is not required. The RPL requirements of the AQTF must be met. For further information
refer to the Australian Qualifications Framework RPL explanation
Assessment of units
Units of competency may be assessed in a holistic way with other units of competency. The assessment
strategy for each unit must verify assessment requirements and practical application using more than one of
the following assessment methods:

Written and/or oral assessment of the candidate's required knowledge;

Observed, documented and/or first-hand testimonial evidence of the candidate's:
o
implementation of appropriate requirement, procedures and techniques for the safe,
effective and efficient achievement of required outcomes

Consistent achievement of required outcomes; and

First hand testimonial evidence of the candidate's:
o
working with others to undertake and complete the performance evidence assessment
requirements.
Co-Assessment
Co-assessment is a process where an individual, who holds the vocational competency and current Industry
experience, but not the assessment competencies, works in partnership with a qualified assessor who holds
current assessment competencies to complete Qualification and Unit of Competency assessments.
These partnerships provide opportunity for assessments to be completed in an effective manner on site where
the individual possessing the vocational competency and experience is able to act as a Subject Matter Expert
(SME) and assist in the evidence gathering process.
The Assessor facilitates the requirements of the Industry Training Package ensuring the integrity of the
assessment requirement is maintained. The co-assessment process involves both the Subject Matter Expert
and Assessor working together to collect evidence that meet the assessment requirements.
The final determination of competence is made by the Assessor who defines the validity and adequacy of
evidence gathered as sufficient to meet the assessment requirements.
Glossary of Terms
An Industry technical expert/ Subject matter expert

is deemed competent in the performance criteria of the unit being assessed, and where possible,
holds formal recognition of competence in the specific units of competency from this Training Package,
at least to the level being assessed;

demonstrates current knowledge of the industry, industry practices, and the job or role against which
performance is being assessed;

communicates and liaises with the assessor throughout the assessment process.
Current experience

The current event or activity belongs to the present time, meaning the activity is happening or being
used or done now;
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
For an external assessor this can be demonstrated through exposure to Industry through constant site
assessments across various locations.
School-based Apprenticeships
Australian School-based Apprenticeships provide current school students with an opportunity to gain entry
into some vocational areas, allowing them to combine work and school. It is an option for students completing
senior secondary school, with their learning continuing at work once their schooling is completed. The
SkillsDMC website provides further information on State and Territory requirements for School-based
Apprenticeships.
Occupational outcomes of Qualifications
Qualifications have been designed to meet introductory, workplace and occupational outcomes for each of the
Industry sectors they relate to.
The following table describes the occupational outcomes and relevant sector/s for each RII Qualification.
Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII10113 Certificate I
in Resources and
Infrastructure
Operations
The Qualification is an introductory Qualification and is
designed to raise awareness of the Resources and
Infrastructure Industry.
Coal Mining
Metalliferous Mining
This Certificate I in Resources and Infrastructure Operations
is a pathway Qualification. There are no specific job
outcomes. However, it will prepare an individual in
successfully undertaking a Certificate II and III from the
Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package.
Quarrying (Extractive)
Drilling
Civil Infrastructure
This certificate allows individuals to develop basic functional
skills and knowledge to prepare for work in the Resources
and Infrastructure Industry. The range of technical skills and
knowledge is limited.
RII20113 Certificate II
in Resources and
Infrastructure Work
Preparation
This Qualification reflects the roles of individuals who
perform mainly routine tasks and procedures, using limited
practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge, and
taking some responsibility for the quality of the work
outcomes.
This Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work
Preparation is a pathway Qualification and will prepare an
individual in successfully undertaking a sector specified
Certificate III from the Resources and Infrastructure Industry
Training Package.
RII20213 Certificate II
in Surface Extraction
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of individuals working as
an operator on sites such as an open cut coal mine, a quarry
or an open cut metalliferous mine, undertaking a prescribed
range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and
taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.
Coal Mining
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
Drilling
Civil Infrastructure
Coal Mining
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
RII20313 Certificate II
in Underground Coal
Mining
This Qualification reflects the role of an individual working as Coal Mining
an operator in an underground coal mine, who performs a
range of mainly routine tasks using limited practical skills
and fundamental operational knowledge, in a defined
context working under direct supervision.
RII20413 Certificate II
in Underground
Metalliferous Mining
This Qualification reflects the role of individuals, such as an
operator working in an underground metalliferous mine,
who perform a range of mainly routine tasks using limited
practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge in a
defined context, working under direct supervision.
Metalliferous Mining
RII20513 Certificate II
in Resource Processing
This Qualification reflects the role of individuals working in a
metal processing facility or a coal preparation plant,
performing mainly routine, operational tasks using limited
practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge, in a
defined context under direct supervision.
Coal Mining
RII20613 Certificate II
in Mining / Field
Exploration
This Qualification reflects the role of an employee working in
a mining exploration team or working as a pit technician,
who undertakes a prescribed range of functions involving
known routines and procedures and who takes some
responsibility for the quality of work outcomes
Metalliferous Mining
RII20713 Certificate II
in Civil Construction
This Qualification reflects the role of individuals working in
an operational role in civil construction, who undertake a
prescribed range of tasks using limited practical skills and
fundamental knowledge, in a defined context working under
supervision.
Civil Infrastructure
RII20813 Certificate II
in Bituminous
Surfacing
This Qualification reflects the role of individuals working in
bituminous surfacing in the civil construction Industry,
performing routine tasks using practical skills and
fundamental operational knowledge in a defined context,
working under direct supervision.
Civil Infrastructure
RII20913 Certificate II
in Drilling Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
drillers’ assistants who undertake a prescribed range of
functions involving known routines and procedures and who
take some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.
Drilling
RII21013 Certificate II
in Drilling Oil/Gas (Off
Shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
floorman, who undertake a prescribed range of functions
involving known routines and procedures and who take
some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.
Drilling
RII21113 Certificate II
in Drilling Oil/Gas (On
Shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
floorman, who undertake a prescribed range of functions
involving known routines and procedures and who take
some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.
Drilling
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII21213 Certificate II
in Well Servicing
This Qualification reflects the roles of individuals who
perform mainly routine tasks and procedures, using limited
practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge, and
taking some responsibility for the quality of the work
outcomes.
Drilling
RII30113 Certificate III
in Surface Extraction
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
production operators in an open cut mine or quarry, who
perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications
in a varied work context, using some discretion and
judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency
measures.
Coal Mining
RII30213 Certificate III
in Underground Coal
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
production operators in an underground coal mine, who
perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications
in a varied work context, using some discretion and
judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency
measures.
Coal Mining
RII30313 Certificate III
in Underground
Metalliferous Mining
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
production operators in an underground metalliferous mine,
who perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled
applications in a varied work context, using some discretion
and judgement in selecting equipment, services or
contingency measures.
Metalliferous Mining
RII30413 Certificate III
in Resource Processing
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
production operators in a metalliferous processing facility or
a coal preparation and treatment plant, who perform tasks
involving a broad range of skilled applications in a varied
work context, using some discretion and judgement in
selecting equipment, services or contingency measures.
Coal Mining
RII30513 Certificate III
in Mining Exploration
This Qualification reflects the role of exploration geological
technicians or mining geological technicians who perform
tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications applied
in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve application
of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment,
services or contingency measures.
Metalliferous Mining
RII30613 Certificate III
in Small Mining
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of individuals working in
an underground or open cut soft rock small mine, such as an
opal mine. They perform tasks involving a broad range of
skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts,
which may involve application of some discretion and
judgment in selecting equipment, services or contingency
measures.
Metalliferous Mining
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII30713 Certificate III
in Mine Emergency
Response and Rescue
This Qualification reflects the role of response and rescue
team members who work in a mine site or a construction
site, who perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled
applications applied in a wide variety of contexts, which may
involve application of some discretion and judgement in
selecting equipment, services or contingency measures.
Coal Mining
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
Drilling
Civil Infrastructure
RII30813 Certificate III
in Civil Construction
Plant Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator
working with civil construction plant, who applies a broad
range of skills in a varied work context, using some
discretion and judgement and relevant theoretical
knowledge. The individual may provide theoretical advice
and support a team.
Civil Infrastructure
RII30913 Certificate III
in Civil Construction
This Qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator
working in civil construction, who applies a broad range of
skills in a varied work context, using some discretion and
judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge.
Civil Infrastructure
The Qualification applies to specialist occupations in
Bituminous Surfacing Bridge Construction and Maintenance,
Pipe Laying, Road Construction and Maintenance, Road
Marking, Tunnel Construction, Timber Bridge Construction
and Maintenance and Civil Construction general
occupations. The individual may provide theoretical advice
and support a team.
RII31213 Certificate III
in Civil Foundations
This Qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator
Civil Infrastructure
working in foundation work in the civil construction Industry,
who applies a broad range of skills in a varied work context,
using some discretion and judgement and relevant
theoretical knowledge. The individual may provide
theoretical advice and support a team.
RII31613 Certificate III
in Trenchless
Technology
This Qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator
working in trenchless technology in the civil construction
Industry, who applies a broad range of skills in a varied work
context, using some discretion and judgement and relevant
theoretical knowledge. The individual may provide
theoretical advice and support a team.
Civil Infrastructure
RII31813 Certificate III
in Drilling Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
drillers who perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled
applications applied in a wide variety of contexts, which may
involve application of some discretion and judgement in
selecting equipment, services or contingency measures.
Drilling
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Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII31913 Certificate III
in Drilling Oil/Gas (Off
shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
derrickman who perform tasks involving a broad range of
skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts,
which may involve application of some discretion and
judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency
measures.
Drilling
RII32013 Certificate III
in Drilling Oil/Gas (On
shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
derrickman who perform tasks involving a broad range of
skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts,
which may involve application of some discretion and
judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency
measures.
Drilling
RII32213 Certificate III
in Well Servicing
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
floorman or motorman who perform tasks involving a broad
range of skilled applications applied in a wide variety of
contexts, which may involve application of some discretion
and judgement in selecting equipment, services or
contingency measures.
Drilling
RII40113 Certificate IV
in Surface Extraction
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
supervisor or team leader working in an open cut mine or
quarry. They perform tasks involving a broad range of varied
activities most of which are complex and non-routine. They
are responsible for the quantity and quality of the output of
others, contribute to the development of technical solutions
to non-routine problems and apply safety management
plans to the workplace.
Coal Mining
RII40213 Certificate IV
in Surface Coal Mining
(Open Cut Examiner)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees working as
an open cut examiner in a surface coal mine. They perform
tasks involving a broad range of varied activities most of
which are complex and non-routine. They are responsible
for the quantity and quality of the output of others and
contribute to the development of technical solutions to nonroutine problems.
Coal Mining
RII40313 Certificate IV
in Metalliferous
Mining Operations
(Underground)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
supervisor/team leader in an underground metalliferous
mine. They perform tasks involving a broad range of varied
activities most of which are complex and non-routine. They
are responsible for the quantity and quality of the output of
others, contribute to the development of technical solutions
to non-routine problems and apply mine management plans
to the workplace. This Qualification is not applicable to coal
mining.
Metalliferous Mining
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII40413 Certificate IV
in Underground Coal
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
mine supervisor, team leader or deputy, in an underground
coal mine who perform tasks involving a broad range of
varied activities most of which are complex and non-routine.
They are responsible for the quantity and quality of the
output of others, contribute to the development of technical
solutions to non-routine problems and apply safety
management plans to the workplace.
Coal Mining
RII40513 Certificate IV
in Resource Processing
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as a
supervisor or team leader working in a metal or coal
processing facility. They perform tasks involving a broad
range of varied activities most of which are complex and
non-routine. They are responsible for the quantity and
quality of the output of others, contribute to the
development of technical solutions to non-routine problems
and apply safety management plans to the workplace.
Coal Mining
RII40613 Certificate IV
in Civil Construction
Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of specialist civil
construction personnel who perform technical specialist
tasks. They perform tasks involving a broad range of varied
activities most of which are complex and non-routine. They
are responsible for applying the site work instructions and
practices to ensure the quantity and quality of their outputs
and contribute to the development of technical solutions for
non-routine problems.
Civil Infrastructure
RII40713 Certificate IV
in Civil Construction
Supervision
This Qualification reflects the role of employees working in
supervisory positions in civil construction. They perform
tasks involving a broad range of varied activities most of
which are complex and non-routine. They are responsible
for the quantity and quality of the output of others,
contribute to the development of technical solutions to nonroutine problems and apply management plans to the
workplace.
Civil Infrastructure
RII40813 Certificate IV
in Civil Construction
Design
This Qualification reflects the role of people providing design
support for professional engineers. They perform tasks
involving a broad range of varied activities most of which are
complex and non-routine, for example, this might include
Civil Works drafting. They are responsible for applying the
design work instructions and practices to ensure the
quantity and quality of the output of others and contribute
to the development of technical solutions to non-routine
problems.
Civil Infrastructure
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII40913 Certificate IV
in Drilling Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
senior drillers. They perform tasks involving a broad range of
varied activities most of which are complex and non-routine.
They are responsible for the quantity and quality of the
output of others and contribute to the development of
technical solutions to non-routine problems.
Drilling
RII41013 Certificate IV
in Drilling Oil/ Gas (Off
shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
senior drillers working in an oil/gas context. They perform
tasks involving a broad range of varied activities most of
which are complex and non-routine. They are responsible
for the quantity and quality of the output of others and
contribute to the development of technical solutions to nonroutine problems.
Drilling
RII41113 Certificate IV
in Drilling Oil/Gas (On
Shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
senior drillers working in an on shore oil/gas context. They
perform tasks involving a broad range of varied activities
most of which are complex and non-routine. They are
responsible for the quantity and quality of the output of
others and contribute to the development of technical
solutions to non-routine problems.
Drilling
RII41213 Certificate IV
in Well Servicing
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
derrickman working in a well servicing context. The
derrickman perform tasks involving a broad range of varied
activities most of which are complex and non-routine. They
are responsible for the quantity and quality of the output of
others and contribute to the development of technical
solutions to non-routine problems.
Drilling
RII50113 Diploma of
Surface Operations
Management
This Qualification reflects the role of mine managers in an
open cut coal or metalliferous mine or a quarry, who
perform tasks involving a high level of autonomy and
requiring the application of significant judgement in
planning and determining the selection of
equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and others.
They are required to demonstrate the application of a broad
range of technical, managerial, coordination and planning
and implement safety management plans.
Coal Mining
Metalliferous Mining
Quarrying (Extractive)
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Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII50213 Diploma of
Underground
Metalliferous Mining
Management
This Qualification reflects the role of mine managers in an
underground metalliferous mine who perform tasks
involving a high level of autonomy and requiring the
application of significant judgement in planning and
determining the selection of equipment/roles/techniques
for themselves and others. They are required to
demonstrate the application of a broad range of technical,
managerial, coordination and planning and implement mine
management plans.
Metalliferous Mining
RII50313 Diploma of
Minerals Processing
This Qualification reflects the role of metal or coal
processing facility managers who perform tasks involving a
high level of autonomy and requiring the application of
significant judgement in planning and determining the
selection of equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and
others. They are required to demonstrate the application of
a broad range of technical, managerial, coordination and
planning and implement mine management plans.
Coal Mining
RII50413 Diploma of
Civil Construction
Management
The Diploma of Civil Construction Management reflects the
role of personnel working on a single or a group of Civil
Construction sites, who perform tasks involving a high level
of autonomy and require the application of significant
judgement in planning and determining the selection of
equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and others.
They are required to develop site specific work instructions
and practices to ensure the implementation of the site
management systems, plans and policies. They demonstrate
the application of a broad range of technical, managerial,
coordination and planning skills.
Civil Infrastructure
RII50513 Diploma of
Civil Construction
Design
The Diploma of Civil Construction Design reflects the role of
personnel working as designers or design para-professionals
who support professional engineers. They perform tasks
involving a high level of autonomy and requiring the
application of significant judgement in planning and
determining the selection of equipment/roles/techniques
for themselves and others. They are required to develop site
specific work designs to ensure the implementation of the
client’s site requirements. They demonstrate the application
of a broad range of technical, managerial, coordination and
planning skills.
Civil Infrastructure
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII50613 Diploma of
Drilling Operations
This Qualification reflects the role of employees such as
senior drillers or field supervisors. They perform tasks
involving a broad range of varied activities most of which are
complex and non-routine. They are responsible for the
quantity and quality of the output of others and contribute
to the development of technical solutions to non-routine
problems.
Drilling
RII50713 Diploma of
Drilling Oil/Gas (Off
shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of a supervisor in an
offshore drilling operation. The tasks performed involve a
high level of autonomy and require the application of
significant judgement in planning and determining the
selection of equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and
others. They are required to demonstrate the application of
a broad range of technical, managerial, coordination and
planning skills.
Drilling
RII50813 Diploma of
Drilling Oil/Gas (On
shore)
This Qualification reflects the role of a supervisor in a drilling
operation. The tasks performed involve a high level of
autonomy and require the application of significant
judgement in planning and determining the selection of
equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and others.
They are required to demonstrate the application of a broad
range of technical, managerial, coordination and planning
skills.
Drilling
RII50913 Diploma of
Underground Coal
Mining Management
This Qualification reflects the role of mine managers who
work in an underground coal mine who perform tasks
involving a high level of autonomy and requiring the
application of significant judgement in planning and
determining the selection of equipment/roles/techniques
for themselves and others. They are required to
demonstrate the application of a broad range of technical,
managerial, coordination and planning and implement
safety management plans.
Coal Mining
RII51013 Diploma of
Well Servicing
This Qualification reflects the role of a supervisor in a well
servicing operation. The tasks performed involve a high level
of autonomy and require the application of significant
judgement in planning and determining the selection of
equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and others.
They are required to demonstrate the application of a broad
range of technical, managerial, coordination and planning
skills.
Drilling
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Industry Sector/s
RII60113 Advanced
Diploma of
Metalliferous Mining
The Advanced Diploma of Metalliferous Mining reflects the
role of open cut or underground metalliferous mine
managers who perform tasks that are broad, specialised,
complex and technical and include strategic areas and
initiating activities. They are required to demonstrate selfdirected application of theoretical and technical knowledge
and initiate solutions to technical problems or management
requirements.
Metalliferous Mining
RII60213 Advanced
Diploma of Extractive
Industries
Management
The Advanced Diploma of Extractive Industries Management
reflects the role of personnel working in a quarry or other
extractive industries operations who perform tasks that are
broad, specialised, complex and technical and include
strategic areas and initiating activities. They are responsible
for the establishment of the site management systems,
plans and policies and are required to demonstrate selfdirected application of theoretical and technical knowledge
and initiate solutions to technical problems or management
requirements.
Coal Mining
RII60313 Advanced
Diploma of
Underground Coal
Mining Management
The Advanced Diploma of Underground Coal Mining
Management covers the role of mine managers who
perform tasks that are broad, specialised, complex and
technical and include strategic areas and initiating activities.
They are required to demonstrate self-directed application
of theoretical and technical knowledge and initiate solutions
to technical problems or management requirements.
Coal Mining
RII60413 Advanced
Diploma of Drilling
Management
This Qualification reflects the role of managers who perform
tasks that are broad, specialised, complex and technical, and
include strategic areas and initiating activities. They are
required to demonstrate self-directed application of
theoretical and technical knowledge and initiate solutions to
technical problems or management requirements.
Drilling
RII60513 Advanced
Diploma of Civil
Construction Design
The Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction Design reflects
the role of senior civil works designers or para-professional
designers who support professional engineers. They perform
tasks that are broad, specialised, complex and technical and
include strategic areas and initiating activities. They are
responsible for the design of complex projects to ensure the
implementation of the client’s site requirements and are
required to demonstrate self-directed application of
theoretical and technical knowledge and initiate solutions to
technical problems or management requirements.
Civil Infrastructure
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Qualification
Occupational Outcome
Industry Sector/s
RII60613 Advanced
Diploma of Civil
Construction
The Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction reflects the role
of managers working in Civil Construction who perform tasks
that are broad, specialised, complex and technical and
include strategic areas and initiating activities. They are
responsible for the establishment of the site management
systems, plans and policies and are required to demonstrate
self-directed application of theoretical and technical
knowledge and initiate solutions to technical problems or
management requirements.
Civil Infrastructure
RII60713 Advanced
Diploma of Coal
Mining Management
The Advanced Diploma of Surface Coal Mining Management
covers the role of open cut coal mine managers who
perform tasks that are broad, specialised, complex and
technical and include strategic areas and initiating activities.
They are required to demonstrate self-directed application
of theoretical and technical knowledge and initiate solutions
to technical problems or management requirements.
Coal Mining
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Access and equity
Training and assessment against this Industry Training Package may be delivered to a very wide range of
people including:

people with low level foundation skills;

people of non-English speaking backgrounds;

Indigenous people; and
 people with disabilities.
Assessment of units of competency from this Industry Training Package must occur in the workplace, and the
assessment environment should not disadvantage any participants.
People with low level foundation skills
The foundation skills requirements of a Unit of Competency are ‘built-in’, and not always obvious to trainers
and assessors. Refer to the Foundation Skills section of this document for more information.
The way in which foundation skills are used in the workplace must also be considered. To find out what these
requirements are, consider the workplace documentation, communication and numeracy that is required for
the task.
It is also important to consider what are points of ‘key risk’ to a workplace around the application of these
skills? Where can things go wrong if something is not:

Read and interpreted correctly?

Written down correctly?

Said clearly to the right person?

Interpreted properly when following an instruction?
 Measured accurately?
This will change from Industry context to Industry context. These may differ from sector to sector. They may
also differ between workplace contexts within each of those sectors.
Assessment tasks need to be designed to accurately assess competence. To be fair, valid, reliable and flexible
they must allow candidates to demonstrate all the skills. The assessment task must only require the same level
of foundation skills as the Unit of Competency and not become a barrier to the candidate being able to
demonstrate competence.
SkillsDMC has produced a resource called Diggin’ In which provides practical advice for trainers and assessors
to address foundation skills in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry.
Further information is provided in the following section on Foundation Skills.
Indigenous learners
It is very likely that aspects of this Industry Training Package will be delivered to Indigenous people.
Non-indigenous trainers and assessors should acknowledge that Indigenous experiences of the world can
differ greatly from mainstream Australian experiences. Indigenous culture is a well-established, complex,
proud, adaptive and adoptive culture, deserving of respect.
Many Indigenous people and their families have had negative experiences in mainstream education. These
experiences often have a negative impact on learners’ self-confidence, so strategies to rebuild positive
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learning experiences and attitudes need to be an integral part of training and assessment programs for
Indigenous people.
Showing respect of Indigenous culture requires an understanding of the protocols of the local community.
Protocols vary between different groups and trainers and assessors should always check with a contact, or an
Elder in the local community about issues to be aware of in the training and assessment environment.
Reasonable adjustment
The purpose of reasonable adjustment is to make it possible for learners to participate fully. It is not to give
learners with additional/different needs an advantage over others, to change course standards or outcomes,
or to guarantee success. A reasonable adjustment in learning and assessment activity needs to be justifiable
and uphold the integrity of the unit/Qualification. Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) should provide
reasonable adjustment to ensure maximum participation of learners with additional/different needs in
teaching, learning and assessment activities.
Appendix 4: Reasonable Adjustment Strategies provides information that may assist RTOs and Industry adjust
training and assessment approaches to meet the needs of a variety of groups and/or individuals.
Foundation Skills
Foundation skills underpin almost everything people do at work, at home, and in the community. There are
several terms that have been used to refer to these skills in recent years.
Language, literacy and numeracy (or LLN), was used for many years and refers to the ability to speak, listen,
read and write in English, as well as to use mathematical concepts.
Core skills is the term used in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF), which specifies levels for the five
skills of learning, reading, writing, oral communication and numeracy.
Foundation skills is the term that Australian Government agencies have begun to use to include the five core
skills (defined by the ACSF), plus employability skills (including: communication, teamwork, problem solving,
initiative and enterprise, planning and organising, self-management, learning and technology) or the skills
outlined in the Core Skills for Work framework, although the definition tends to be communicated in different
documents, it does vary slightly. It’s also worth noting that the Foundation Skills Training Package includes the
five core skills plus digital literacy.
The important point is not so much the actual definition of foundation skills, because there may never be a
clear definition provided, but that units of competency and assessment requirements clearly identify what
needs to be addressed in a training and assessment program, and that trainers and assessors interpret those
documents effectively.
Foundation skills in units of competency
All job tasks and all units of competency include foundation skills. Almost everything we do at work is
underpinned by foundation skills. It could be having a conversation with a team member, completing a vehicle
management record or working out a solution to a problem. Every effort has been made to ensure that
foundation skills essential to performance are explicit in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) units of
competency as revised to comply with the Standards for Training Packages. Training Package users still need
to take some time to analyse units and identify where the foundation skills are. This is because there are many
different words used in the performance criteria to describe foundation skills, as they relate to the vocational
task.
The following extract from RIIHAN206D Transport plant, equipment and personnel has been marked up with
the words used to describe foundation skills in the context of the job task.
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Note that the highlighted words are either verbs (carrying out a foundation skill) or specific documents that
need to be referred to (read and interpreted).
1.1. Access, interpret and apply load handling documentation and
ensure compliance to the work activity
1.2. Identify load characteristics, environmental issues, and any
special handling or equipment requirements
1.3. Determine location of transfer, establish transfer pathway and
prepare equipment and/or authorised personnel according to
transportation schedule
1.4. Identify and report potential risks and hazards, and apply risk
management procedures
1.5. Conduct pre-operational checks to establish the readiness of
equipment for operation and report unsafe equipment
to appropriate personnel
2.1. Carry out start-up, park-up and shutdown procedures
2.2. Calculate the load
2.3. Lift and shift load safely using appropriate devices, protective
restraints for personnel, and appropriate personal protective
equipment
2.4. Transport load within the operating capacity of the transport
vehicle, using appropriate devices and protective restraints for
personnel
2.5. Transport load to the specified destination, via approved
transport routes, within speed limits, on time and in original
condition
2.6. Safely unload without any damage to load and/or carrying
equipment
3.1. Complete written documentation accurately and in a timely
manner
3.2. Clean equipment and return to store area
3.3. Restore work area to normal working conditions
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Load handling documentation needs
to be located, read, interpreted and
applied to work. Workers must be
able to interpret and apply the key
information in such documents to
the situation at hand
A transport schedule is usually a
written document that again, needs
to be located, read, interpreted and
applied to the work situation.
Reporting could be an oral or a
written process that needs to
comply with the context in which
the training is delivered.
Written processes may include for
example, written reports,
completed proformas, logbook
entries or email messages.
The term ‘timely manner’ implies
not just telling the time, but
planning time as well.
‘Normal working conditions’ would
usually be defined in a written
document.
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Foundation skills in assessment requirements
In a similar way the assessment requirements, which link to each Unit of Competency, also include foundation
skills. Assessment requirements need to be analysed in a similar way as Units of Competence to ensure that
assessment includes the foundation skills relevant to the job task.
The following text outlines the performance evidence required of unit RIIHAN206D Transport plant,
equipment and personnel. The words highlighted indicate the foundation skills.
Evidence is required to be collected that demonstrates a candidate’s
competency in this unit. Evidence must be relevant to the roles within
this sector’s work operations and satisfy all of the requirements of the
performance criteria of this unit and include evidence that the
candidate:
 competently completes all evidence activities with the ability to
transfer and apply skills and knowledge to new situations and
environments on more than one occasion
 locates and applies applicable legislation, documentation, policies
and procedures
 implements the requirements, procedures and techniques for the
safe, effective and efficient transportation of plant, equipment and
personnel through:
o interpreting load plans, reports, maps and specifications
o reading and interpreting instructions, procedures and labels
relevant to the preparation, loading, transporting and
unloading of loads
o identifying, selecting and using relevant equipment,
processes and procedures when preparing, transporting,
loading and unloading
o estimating the size, shape and special requirements of loads
o modifying the preparation, loading, transporting and
unloading procedures
 works effectively with others to undertake and complete the
transportation of plant, equipment and personnel that meet all of
the required outcomes through:
o acknowledging and sending messages with
communications equipment whilst operating other
equipment
 demonstrates consistent timely transportation of plant, equipment
and personnel that safely, effectively and efficiently meet the
required outcomes through demonstrating on three (3) separate
occasions each of the following:
o load plant, equipment and/or personnel
o ◦ transport plant, equipment and/or personnel
◦ unload plant, equipment and/or personnel
◦ maintaining transportation documentation
The ability to transfer skills and
knowledge could be defined as
an ACSF ‘Learning’ skill – even if
not defined in that way, it’s a
skill that should be addressed in
training and assessment.
Implementing the contents of
documentation requires the
worker to understand and
apply key information
Estimating the size and shape
of loads requires foundation
skills to carry out ‘in the head’
geometry and measurement
skills – more varied loads would
require higher level skills to be
able to carry out those
estimations.
Working effectively could
involve a range of foundation
skills including speaking,
listening, interpreting body
language, reading and writing
different types of texts.
Transport documentation could
include logbooks, order forms,
delivery documents, vehicle
management texts,
maintenance records, etc.
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Foundation Skills trigger words
The process of analysing units and assessment requirements to identify foundation skills can be assisted by the
use of a ‘trigger words’ list. The following trigger words list shows examples of foundation skills words that can
be used as a prompt to identify where foundation skills are in units and assessment requirements.
Learning
organise and
monitor progress
apply a range of
mediums to learn
apply planning and
organising skills
clarify meaning or
advice
follow step by step
instructions
sequence learning
take follow up
action
identify and access
information sources
select from
processes
transfer skills and
knowledge
organise and make
connections
organise ideas
select from a range
of strategies
build on prior
knowledge and
experience
Reading
Writing
apply legislative,
organisation and
site requirements
and procedures
articulate
according to
policies and
procedures
document
according to
signage, codes and
labels
analyse
chart
complete reports
format
identify
inventory
label
maintain records
appropriate
documentation
monitor
check
obtain permits
comply with
directions
notes
follow written
procedures
record data
identify
interpret and
monitor
legislation
outline
report
tag out
written reporting
Oral
communication
access relevant
information
recognise and
respond to alarms
articulate
allocate
clarify
conduct a meeting
contribute
deliver
discuss
explain
feedback
follow verbal
instructions or
procedures
identify
inform
liaise
make suggestions
obtain information
from written
instructions
monitor
understand
refer to
written reporting
relate
negotiate
critically evaluate
supervise
compare and
contrast
team discussions
Numeracy
interpret site plans
according to
signage
adjust
allowance
analyse
calculate
collect data
computations
convert
determine value
directions
estimate
formula
interpret charts and
graphs
levels
measuring
techniques
perform
proportion
size
time
tolerance
use questions
verbal reporting
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Work health and safety implications in the Industry
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry is subject to work health and safety regulations and requirements
that are applicable to all industries.
Compliance with work health and safety legislation is central to all Resources and Infrastructure Industry Units
of Competency.
Each Unit of Competency explicitly identifies health and safety requirements in the performance criteria. The
assessment requirements prescribe health and safety evidence requirements in the performance and
knowledge evidence.
High Risk Work Licence units have been imported into Qualifications to support the regulatory requirements of
the States and Territories.
Particular delivery requirements of some Qualifications
The Certificate I in Resources and Infrastructure Operations
The Certificate I has been developed to provide an introduction to the Resources and Infrastructure Industry
with development of entry level skills and knowledge.
The Certificate I in Resources and Infrastructure Operations is most suited to School Based VET programs
which must be combined with work-based training and assessment. Due to the work health and safety issues
on many worksites in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry sectors, providers must ensure that a suitable
work placement is undertaken and that assessment of the application of skills and knowledge as they are
applied in the workplace occurs.
The Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation
The Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation is a pathway Qualification that provides
entry level operator training. It can be customised to meet the needs of any of the Industry sectors
encompassed in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package with a pathway to the Industry
specific operator Qualification.
The set-up of workshops or worksites for the Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation
will vary, depending on the units chosen to make up the Qualification. Generally, workshops, worksites, or
simulated environments, should include full scale set-ups that provide for a range of Industry conditions and
contexts.
The minimum requirements for a workshop include:

materials and equipment relevant to complying with Work Health & Safety policies and procedures
including Job Safety Analysis sheets;

access to the relevant Australian Standards;

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE);

Safety Data Sheet (SDS) information;

manufacturers' specifications;

operators' manuals;

supporting texts, workbooks, graphics and film media that meet the needs of a diverse range of
learners;
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
examples of specifications and work instructions;

personal computers with access to the internet and relevant software as used in the Industry; and

measuring and monitoring equipment that is normally used in the Industry, including minimum
requirements for specific units listed in the following.
Unit code and title
Minimum requirement for workshop

Hand tools and equipment are to include but not be limited to: cramps, vices,
adjustable spanners, crow bars, pinch bars, bolt cutters, brooms, hacksaws,
hammers, measuring tapes, axes, rakes, hand augers, picks, mattocks, pliers,
shovels, spades, sledge hammers, spanners, wrenches, spirit levels and wire cutters

Power tools and equipment are to include kanga hammers, cut off saws, drills,
screwdrivers, angle grinders, pneumatic wrenches, impact hammers, tampers,
rotary hammers/drills, circular saws, planers, sanders and scalers

Equipment is to include power leads and safety switches and may include air hoses
RIISAM205D Cut,
weld and bend
materials

Oxy Acetylene and LPG systems to cut and bend, cylinders, regulators, gas tubing,
cutting blowpipes, flint lighters, measuring tapes/rules, clamps and support stands
RIIHAN201D
Operate a forklift

Forklift truck

Suitable loads
RIIHAN208D
Perform dogging

Fibre and/or synthetic ropes

At least four loads of varying shapes in conjunction with cranes, slewing crane with
telescopic boom and a winch
RIIHAN209D
Perform basic
rigging

Fall arrest system (static line)

Safety harness

Crane loading platforms

Safety net

Shutter and safety screen

Structural steel rigging

Precast panel rigging

Winch

Materials hoist

Mast climber

Fibre ropes
RIISAM203D Use
hand and power
tools
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Unit code and title
RIIHAN211D
Conduct basic
scaffolding
operations
RIIWHS202D Enter
and work in
confined spaces
Minimum requirement for workshop

Modular scaffold with return and ladder access and platform brackets

Bracket scaffold

Mobile scaffold

Gin wheel

Cantilever hoist

Safety net and static line

Safety screen

Fibre ropes

Scaffold is to be a minimum height of at least 5 metres above the supporting surface
with full edge protection (including safety screen) for each work platform, including
toe boards and handrails.

Confined space harnesses

Tripods

Mechanical advantage rigs for access

Appropriate PPE, including safety glasses, ear protection, etc

Respiratory protection devices

Access to at least 3 confined different confined spaces, including, for example:
o
Underground mines, culverts, storm water systems, access chambers,
gully pits, live or inactive sewer mains, environmental traps and tanks,
trenches, box girders and bridge voids. If only one space is available, it
must be able to be accessed in at least three different ways, for example
from above, through a pipe, from the side.

Simulated spaces may be used, but they must be work-like.

Access to various workplace situations at height, including for example, towers,
walkways, scaffolding

More than one type of harness

More than one type of fall arrest system
RIIVEH201D Operate
light vehicle

Access to a suitable light vehicle, as typically used in the Industry
RIIERR201D Conduct
fire team operations

Various fire extinguishers, including dry chemical, water, foam, CO2

Fire hoses

Ancillary equipment, including hydrants, reels, dividing breaches, fog/jet branches
RIIWHS204D Work
safely at heights
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The Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut Examiner)
The Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut Examiner) supports the statutory function of Open Cut
Examiner in both Queensland and New South Wales surface coal mines. To work under the statutory
requirements, applicants need to satisfy all the requirements outlined in the relevant legislation in each state,
including relevant Qualifications and experience, completion of exams, first aid certificate, etc.
Further information can be obtained from:


Coal Competence Board, NSW Trades& Investment : Resources and Energy
o
Tel: 02 8281 777
o
http://www.resources.nsw.gov.au/safety/consultation/coal-competence-board/Qualifications
Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines
o
Tel: 13 74 68
o
http://mines.Industry.qld.gov.au/safety-and-health/coal-mining-competencies.htm
Registered Training Organisations should have a clear understanding of what is required of the training and
the expected outcome before any participants are enrolled.
Resource and Equipment List
Accredited training and assessment conducted by an RTO must have the Qualification or specific Units of
Competency on their scope. The RTO must ensure they have the required resources to effectively train and
assess the Units of Competency in the Resource and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package.
The associated assessment requirements for each Unit of Competency specify the resources and equipment
that are relevant to achieving the vocational outcomes of the RII Training Package.
Where Industry has specified content to a Unit of Competency it can be located in the Range of Conditions
Companion Volume. The Range of Conditions Companion Volume is the primary source for listing of all
resources that may be used for assessment of each Unit of Competency and can be located on the SkillsDMC
website.
SkillsDMC Learning and Assessment Materials cover a large range of streams throughout the Resources
Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package and include Assessment Toolkits, Student / Learner Workbooks
and Trainer Guides. If you require Learning and Assessment Materials that are not listed as Available or In
Development, please contact SkillsDMC for more information and opportunities for custom development to
meet your business needs by emailing [email protected]
Assessment environment
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package, unless otherwise stipulated requires Units of
Competency to be assessed in an operational sector work environment. This requires Resources and
Infrastructure Industry resources and equipment to be used for the assessment ensuring they meet the
assessment requirements.
Simulated work environments
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry believes there are advantages to using a simulated work
environment for learning, as long as the simulations closely resembles the real work place in its function and
operation and provide access to a broad range of related experiences and scenarios.
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The simulation must be established to meet Industry requirements and be supported by Industry. The
simulated work environment should involve a range of guided activities that reflect real work experiences.
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package identifies in the assessment conditions where
simulation can be used for assessment purposes. In all other units simulated work environment used for
assessment purposes is not permitted.
Where simulation is identified in the assessment conditions of a Unit of Competency it must be realistic and
fully replicate the sectors work environment. It must be sufficiently rigorous to cover all aspects of the sector’s
workplace performance, including task skills, task management skills, contingency management skills and job
role environment skills.
Legal considerations for learners in the workplace/on placements
Assessment of competency will be in accordance with the relevant Industry sector and State/Territory
legislation applying in each State and Territory. This will include:

Duty of care requirements;

Work Health and Safety Acts and Regulations;

Environmental Protection Acts and Regulations;

Heritage Protection Acts and Regulations; and

Petroleum Acts and Regulations.
In certain circumstances other legislation/regulations will also be relevant including:

Mining Acts and Regulations;

Submerged Lands Acts and Regulations;

Dangerous Goods Regulations; and

Water Drilling Licensing requirements.
Where units of competency have been imported from other Industry Training Packages (that is, the unit code
does NOT have the ‘RII’ prefix), the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) responsible for verifying current
prerequisites and the assessment should check the assessment guidelines covering those units of competency
in the source Industry Training Package.
Apprenticeships requirements
Apprenticeships and traineeships are formal training arrangements between an employer and an employee
that have been established by a State or Territory Training Authority.
The training has to be registered and recognised by the State or Territory Training Authority. This includes the
form and registration of indenture.
Current legislation and successor legislation is defined in:

Australian Capital Territory: Training and Tertiary Education Act 2003;

New South Wales: Apprenticeship and Traineeship Act 2001;

Northern Territory: Northern Territory Employment and Training Act 1991;

Queensland: Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act 2000;

South Australia: Training and Skills Development Act 2008;
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Tasmania: Vocational Education and Training Act 1994;

Victoria: Education and Training Reform Act 2006; and

Western Australia: Vocational Education and Training Act 1996.
The Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII) Training Package does not identify any Qualifications that
cannot be used to establish a Vocational Training Order (VTO).
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Appendix 1: Training package templates
Unit of Competency template
Units of competency are specified in the template prescribed by the Standards for Training Packages.
Consultation with Industry representatives has determined the content of each field for a participant that is
entering, or working in Industry. Units of competency contain the following fields:
UNIT CODE
UNIT TITLE
APPLICATION
UNIT SECTOR
ELEMENTS
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA
FOUNDATION
SKILLS
UNIT MAPPING
INFORMATION
LINKS
Unit codes in the RII Training Package are provided in the following format:
 The first three alpha characters identify the Training Package;
 The next three alpha characters identify the Competency Field;
 The first numeric character suggests the indicative Australian Qualification
Framework level for which the unit is intended;
 The next two numeric characters identify the position number of the unit in its
competency field; and
 The alpha suffix identifies the version.
For example the unit code RIIMPO308D is constructed as follows:
RII
= Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package;
MPO = Mobile Plant Operations;
3
= suggested indicative AQF III level;
08
= the 8th unit in the MPO competency field;
D
= the version of the unit.
The title concisely describes the unit outcome.
The application section briefly describes how the unit is practically applied in the Industry
and in what context(s) the unit may be applied. It Includes:
 a summary statement of unit content;
 focused, useful information on how and where the Unit of Competency could be
practically applied and who might use it; and
 the Unit of Competency’s relationship to any licensing, legislative, regulatory or
certification requirements.
The unit sector describes which sector/s the unit relates to.
Elements describe essential outcomes or actions that are demonstrable and assessable.
Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the
element.
 Performance criteria clearly relate to the element.
 They are expressed as a standard.
 They specify the required performance in relevant tasks, roles, and skills.
 They reflect the applied knowledge that enables competent performance.
Foundation skills essential to performance are explicit in the performance criteria of units
of competency.
Specifies code and title of any equivalent Unit of Competency.
Provides a link to this Companion Volume Implementation Guide.
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Assessment Requirements template
Assessment requirements are specified in the template prescribed by the Standards for Training Packages.
Consultation with Industry representatives has determined the content of each field for a candidate that is
entering, or working in Industry. Assessment requirements contain the following fields:
TITLE
The title describes the Unit of Competency the Assessment Requirements relate to.
PERFORMANCE
EVIDENCE
Performance evidence describes the performance needed to demonstrate competence in
the unit. It specifies:
KNOWLEDGE
EVIDENCE
ASSESSMENT
CONDITIONS
LINKS

the required product and process evidence;

the frequency and/or volume of product/process evidence; and

the relationship between the product and process evidence and the performance
criteria.
Knowledge evidence describes the knowledge needed to demonstrate competence in the
unit. It:

specifies what the individual must know in order to safely and effectively perform
the work task described in the Unit of Competency;

relates directly to the performance criteria and/or range of conditions; and

indicates the type and depth of knowledge required to meet the demands of the
Unit of Competency.
Assessment conditions stipulate any mandatory conditions for assessment. They specify:

the conditions under which evidence for assessment must be gathered, including
any details of equipment and materials, contingencies, specifications, physical
conditions, relationships with team members and supervisor, relationship with
client/customer, and timeframe; and

assessor requirements, including any details related to Qualifications, experience
and Industry currency.
Provides a link to this Companion Volume Implementation Guide.
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Qualification template
Qualifications are specified in the template prescribed by the Standards for Training Packages. Consultation
with Industry representatives has determined the content of each field. Qualifications contain the following
fields:
QUALIFICATION
CODE
Qualification codes in the RII Training Package are provided in the following format:

the three alpha characters identify the Training Package;

the first numeric character identifies the Australian Qualification Framework level
for which the unit is intended;

the next two numeric characters identify the position number of the Qualification
at its Australian Qualification Framework level in its competency field; and

the last two numeric characters identify the year of endorsement.
For example the Qualification code RII30913 is constructed as follows:
RII
3
9
13
= Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package;
= AQF III level;
= the 9th Qualification at AQF level 3;
= endorsed in 2013
QUALIFICATION
TITLE
The title reflects the Qualification outcome.
QUALIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
A description of the Qualification outcomes.
ENTRY
REQUIREMENTS
Specifies any mandatory entry requirements
PACKAGING
RULES
Specifies the total number of units of competency required to achieve the Qualification.
Any licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification considerations.
Specifies the number of core and elective units.
Lists all core and elective unit codes and titles.
QUALIFICATION
MAPPING
INFORMATION
Specifies code and title of any equivalent Qualification.
LINKS
Provides a link to this Companion Volume Implementation Guide.
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Appendix 2: Unit Grouping and Competency Fields
Natural groupings in key areas have been identified, based on major intent and coverage. The groups of units
are further categorised into general or technical categories, and further refined into groups that are relevant
across a number of Resources and Infrastructure Industry sectors, or specific to one sector. The result is a
framework comprising four categories.
Category 1
Category 2
General units
Technical units
Applicable to all 5 sectors
Applicable to all 5 sectors
Category 3
Category 4
Technical units
Technical units
Applicable to 2-4 sectors
Applicable to an individual sectors
Category 1: General fields of competence applicable to all sectors
1.1 Risk Management (RIIRIS)
1.2 Governance and Compliance (RIIGOV)
1.3 Work Health and Safety (RIIWHS)
1.4 Environment (RIIENV)
1.5 Quality (RIIQUA)
1.6 Communication (RIICOM)
1.7 Leadership and Teamwork (RIILAT)
1.8 Business Effectiveness (RIIBEF)
1.9 Financial Administration and Management (RIIFIA)
1.10 Information Management (RIIIMG)
1.11 Customer and Community Relations (RIICCR)
1.12 Project Management (RIIPRM)
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Category 2: Technical fields of competence applicable to all sectors
2.1 Blasting Hole Drilling (RIIBHD)
2.2 Blasting (RIIBLA)
2.3 Service and Maintenance (RIISAM)
2.4 Load Handling (RIIHAN)
2.5 Vehicle Operations (RIIVEH)
2.6 Sampling, Testing and Data Processing and Recording (RIISTD)
2.7 Emergency Response and Rescue (RIIERR)
Category 3: Technical fields of competence applicable to some sectors (2 to
4 sectors)
3.1 Materials Extraction (RIIMEX)
3.2 Stockpile and Reclaim Material (RIISRM)
3.3 Mobile Plant Operations (RIIMPO)
3.4 Processing (General) (RIIPRO)
3.5 Plant and Equipment Operations (RIIPEO)
3.6 Conservation and Rehabilitation (RIICAR)
3.7 Water Management (RIIWMG)
3.8 Waste and by-products (RIIWBP)
3.9 Resources and Infrastructure (RIIRAI)
3.10 Spatial Data Management (RIISDM)
3.11 Underground Mining (RIIUND)
3.12 Trenchless Technology (RIICTT)
Category 4: Technical fields of competence applicable to a single sectors
4.1 Civil Construction
4.1.1 Civil Works Design (RIICWD)
4.1.2 Civil Works (Management and Supervision) (RIICWM)
4.1.3 Civil Works (Common Units) (RIICCM)
4.1.4 Road and Pavements Construction and Maintenance (General) (RIICRC)
4.1.5 Bituminous Surfacing (RIICBS)
4.1.6 Road Marking (RIICRM)
4.1.7 Civil Structures (General) (RIICSG)
4.1.8 Foundation Works (RIICFW)
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4.1.9.1 Bridge Construction and Maintenance (General) (RIICBM)
4.1.9.2 Timber Bridge Construction and Maintenance (RIICTB)
4.1.10 Underground Services (RIICPL)
4.1.11 Tunnel Construction (RIICTC)
4.1.12 Demolitions (RIIDML)
4.2 Coal mining
4.2.1 Coal Mining (General) (RIIPEO)
4.2.2 Coal Mining (Underground) (RIIMCU)
4.2.3 Coal Mining (Open Cut) (RIIMCO)
4.2.4 Coal Mining (Coal Preparation) (RIIMCP)
4.2.5 Electrical Engineering (No RII Units)
4.2.6 Coal Mining (Diesel Engine Systems Maintenance) (RIIDES)
4.3 Metalliferous mining
4.3.1 Metalliferous Mining (Underground) (RIIUMM)
4.3.2 Metalliferous Mining (Small Mines) (RIIMSM)
4.3.3 Exploration and Field Work (RIIEGS)
4.3.4 Processing General (RIIMPG, RIIPHA, RIIPGP, RIIPBP)
4.3.5 Beneficiation (RIIPBE, RIIMPG)
4.3.6 Refining (RIIPRE)
4.3.7 Smelting (RIIPSM)
4.4 Drilling
4.4.1 Drilling (General) (RIINHB)
4.4.2 Drilling (Oil and Gas) (RIIOGD, RIIOGF, RIIOGN)
4.4.3 Drilling (Well Servicing) (RIIWSV)
Note: Extractive units are not unique to one sector and have commonalities across the other sectors (and so
they have been included in category 3).
Note: Drilling units are not unique to one sector and have commonalities across the other sectors (and so they
have been included in category 4).
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Appendix 3: Licensed Occupations and Registrations
Regulations about licensed occupations and registrations vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Some of the
Qualifications and units of competency in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package are
associated with statutory positions, but none result in a statutory ticket. Statutory tickets or licences are issued
by State/Territory regulators.
Requirements for licences and registration can change. All information about licence/regulation requirements
should be checked with the appropriate authority before training commences or work is carried out.
The information in the following table is provided as a guide only. No responsibility is taken for information
that may be out of date at the time of use. The table lists the type of licence or registration for work carried
out in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry, and the jurisdiction responsible in each state and territory.
Jurisdiction
ACT
Contact
Office of Regulatory Services ACT
http://www.ors.act.gov.au/
NSW
WorkCover New South Wales
www.workcover.nsw.gov.au
NT
NT WorkSafe
www.worksafe.nt.gov.au
QLD
Fair and Safe Work
http://www.justice.qld.gov.au
SA
SafeWork SA
www.safework.sa.gov.au
TAS
Workplace Standards Tasmania
http://workplacestandards.tas.gov.au
VIC
WorkSafe Victoria
www.worksafe.vic.gov.au
WA
Department of Commerce (Worksafe Division)
http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/WorkSafe
Plant Operation
License/Registration
Jurisdiction
Boom Type Elevating Work Platform (boom length 11m or
more)
ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Forklift Truck
ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Front End Loader
ACT, NSW, QLD, SA
Front End Loader/Backhoe
ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
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License/Registration
Jurisdiction
Front End Loader (Skid Steer type)
ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Excavator
ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Order Picking Forklift Truck
ACT, NSW
Dragline Operation
ACT, SA
Dozer
QLD, SA
Grader
QLD
Industrial Truck (Forklift) Operation
NT
Roller
QLD
Scraper
QLD
Telescopic Handler - Requirement will be determined by the
attachment fitted to the telescopic handler and whether it is
a slewing or non-slewing machine
SA
Tilt Top Construction Crane Operation
WA
Tower Crane Operation
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Derrick Crane Operation
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Portal Boom Crane Operation
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Bridge and Gantry Crane Operation
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Vehicle Loading Crane Operation
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Non-slewing Mobile Crane Operation
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Slewing Mobile Crane Operation (up to 20 tonne)
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Slewing Mobile Crane Operation (up to 60 tonne)
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Slewing Mobile Crane Operation (up to 100 tonne)
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Slewing Mobile Crane Operation (Open)
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Hoist Operation(Cantilever Platform)
Hoist Operation (Personnel and Materials)
Concrete Placing Boom Operation
Self Erecting Tower Crane
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SA, NSW, NT, TAS, VIC
NSW, NT, TAS, WA
QLD, TAS, VIC
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Rigging and Scaffolding
License/Registration
Jurisdiction
Basic Scaffolding
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Intermediate Scaffolding
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Advanced Scaffolding
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Dogging
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Basic Rigging
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Intermediate Rigging
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Advanced Rigging
NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Pressure Systems
License/Registration
Jurisdiction
Basic Boiler Operation
NT, WA, TAS, VIC
Intermediate Boiler Operation
NT, WA, TAS, VIC
Advanced Boiler Operation
NT, WA, TAS, VIC
Turbine Operation
NT, WA, TAS, VIC
Reciprocating Steam Engine Operation
NT, WA, TAS, VIC
Shotfiring and Blasting
License/Registration
Jurisdiction
ACT
Contact
WorkSafe ACT
www.worksafety.act.gov.au
NSW
Department of Minerals and Petroleum
www.minerals.nsw.gov.au
NT
NT Worksafe
www.worksafe.nt.gov.au
QLD
Department of Natural Resources and Mines
http://mines.Industry.qld.gov.au
SA
SafeWork SA
www.safework.sa.gov.au
TAS
Workplace Standards Tasmania
www.wst.tas.gov.au
VIC
Department of Environment and Primary Industries (Earth Resources
Development Division)
http://new.dpi.vic.gov.au/earth-resources
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License/Registration
Jurisdiction
WA
Shotfirer
ACT, NSW,
NT, QLD, SA,
TAS, WA
Blaster
ACT, NSW,
NT, QLD, SA,
TAS, WA
Agricultural/Seismic/
Small Scale Blasting
QLD
Quarrying/Opencut
Mining/Construction
QLD
Tunnelling and
Underground Mining
QLD
A Licence to Use (for Oil
Wells)
QLD
Contact
Department of Mines and Petroleum
www.dmp.wa.gov.au
Drivers licence requirement as per vehicle in use
License/Registration
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Jurisdiction
Contact
ACT
Road Transport Authority
www.rego.act.gov.au
NSW
Road and Traffic Authority NSW
www.rta.nsw.gov.au
NT
Northern Territory Transport Group
www.nt.gov.au/transport/
QLD
Queensland Transport
www.transport.qld.gov.au
SA
Transport SA
www.transport.sa.gov.au
TAS
Department of Infrastructure Energy and Resources
www.transport.tas.gov.au/licence_information
VIC
VicRoads
www.vicroads.vic.gov.au
WA
Department of Transport
www.dpi.wa.gov.au/licensing
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License/Registration
Explosives Driver (only
applicable for drivers for
a prime contractor who
hold an explosive
transport licence)
Jurisdiction
Contact
WA
Department of Mines and Petroleum
www.dmp.wa.gov.au
NT
NT WorkSafe
www.worksafe.nt.gov.au
TAS
Workplace Standards Tasmania
workplacestandards.tas.gov.au
VIC
WorkSafe Victoria
www.worksafe.vic.gov.au
QLD
Department of Natural Resources and Mines
http://mines.Industry.qld.gov.au
NSW
WorkCover New South Wales
www.workcover.nsw.gov.au
Carry Explosives
SafeWork SA
www.safework.sa.gov.au
A License to Perform High Risk Work
License/Registration
Confined Space Entry
Jurisdiction
Contact
TAS
Workplace Standards Tasmania
www.wst.tas.gov.au
NT
NT WorkSafe
www.worksafe.nt.gov.au
ACT
Worksafe ACT
Office of Regulatory Services ACT
www.ors.act.gov.au
QLD
Workplace Health and Safety QLD
www.deir.qld.gov.au
WA
Worksafe WA
www.commerce.wa.gov.au/WorkSafe/
NSW
WorkCover/WorkSafe ACT
www.worksafe.act.gov.au
VIC
Worksafe Victoria
www.worksafe.vic.gov.au
National
Refer Plant Operation for state Contacts
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License/Registration
Jurisdiction
Contact
Asbestos Removalist
National
Refer Plant Operation for state Contacts
Elevating Work Platform
Operation
National
Refer Plant Operation for state Contacts
Traffic Management
License/Registration
Traffic Management
Jurisdiction
SA
Transport SA
www.transport.sa.gov.au
TAS
Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources
www.dier.tas.gov.au
WA
Main Roads WA
www.mainroads.wa.gov.au
TAS, SA
Basic Traffic Controller
WA
Advanced Traffic
Controller
WA
Workzone Traffic
Management
SA
Basic Worksite Traffic
Management
WA
Worksite Traffic
Management
WA
Advanced Worksite
Traffic Management
WA
Traffic Controller
WA
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Sector specific – Mining
License/Registration
Jurisdiction
Open Cut Examiners
QLD
First Class Mine Manager's Certificate of
Competency (Underground Coal Mine)
Contact
Department of Natural Resources and
Mines
http://mines.Industry.qld.gov.au/safetyand-health/coal-mining-competencies.htm
Second Class Mine Manager's Certificate of
Competency (Underground Coal Mine)
First Class Mine Manager's Certificate of
Competency (Underground Metalliferous Mines)
Deputy's Certificate of Competency (also known as
Mine Deputies or ERZ Controller)
Quarrying/Opencut Mining/Construction
Tunnelling and Underground Mining
A Licence to Use (for Oil Wells)
Open Cut Examiners and Open Cut Managers
NSW
Coal Competence Board NSW Trade &
Investment
www.resources.nsw.gov.au/safety/consul
tation/coal-competence-board
SRS Licence (Security Risk Substances)
WA
Dangerous Goods Safety (Security Risk
Substances) Regulations 2007 for risk
substances
www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/wa/consol_r
eg/dgsrsr2007628/
National Police Check
WA
Required for SRS Licence
www.police.wa.gov.au/Ourservices/Polic
echeckscertificates/NationalPoliceCertific
ates/tabid/1339/Default.aspx
Sector specific – Civil Construction
White Card or Construction Induction Card
Jurisdiction
Contact
NSW
WorkCover New South Wales
www.workcover.nsw.gov.au
Note: The former ‘green card’ is no longer valid/recognised in NSW.
TAS
http://workplacestandards.tas.gov.au/licensing/construction_induction_training/ob
taining_a_white_card
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Jurisdiction
Contact
WA
Worksafe WA
www.commerce.wa.gov.au/worksafe/content/industries/Construction/Further_info
rmation/Construction_induction_training.html
Note: The former ‘blue card’ is still recognised in WA.
SA
Safework SA
www.safework.sa.gov.au
Note: The former ‘green card’ is still recognised in SA.
VIC
Worksafe Victoria
www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/safety-and-prevention/licensing/worksafe-licence-typesand-fees/construction-induction-card
Note: The former ‘red card’ (pre 1 July 2008) is still recognised in Victoria.
QLD
Workplace Health and Safety QLD
www.deir.qld.gov.au/workplace/licensingregistrations/licences/whatlicence/gencon
stinduct
Note: The former ‘blue card’ is still valid/recognised in Australia
ACT
Office of Regulatory Services ACT
www.ors.act.gov.au
NT
NT Worksafe
www.worksafe.nt.gov.au
Sector specific – Drilling
License/Registration
Jurisdiction
National Water Well
Drillers’ Licence
National
Australian Drilling Industry Training Committee (Examining Body)
http://www.aditc.com.au/
NSW
Office of Water
http://www.water.nsw.gov.au/Water-licensing/Aboutlicences/Driller-s-licences/Driller-s-licences/default.aspx
ACT
Water Resources ACT
http://www.environment.act.gov.au/
NT
Department of Land Resource Management
http://www.lrm.nt.gov.au/water
QLD
Department of Natural Resource & Mines
http://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/
SA
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Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/Home
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License/Registration
Petroleum and Gas
Drilling
Jurisdiction
Contact
TAS
Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment
– Water and Marine Resources Division
www.dpiw.tas.gov.au
VIC
Southern Rural Water
www.srw.com.au
WA
Australian Drilling Industry Association
www.adia.com.au
QLD
Department of Natural Resource & Mines
www.dnrm.qld.gov.au
Mining regulatory authority website details
New South Wales Division of Resources and Energy - Minerals and Petroleum www.minerals.nsw.gov.au
Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines www.dnrm.qld.gov.au
Tasmanian Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources, www.mrt.tas.gov.au
Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries www.dpi.vic.gov.au
Northern Territory Department of Mines and Energy www.nt.gov.au/d/Minerals_Energy/
Western Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum www.dmp.wa.gov.au
South Australian Department of Primary Industries and Regions www.pir.sa.gov.au
Waterwell regulatory authority details
Australian Drilling Industry Training Committee Ltd www.aditc.com.au (examining body)
New South Wales Office of Water www.water.nsw.gov.au/Home/default.aspx
Northern Territory Department of Land Resource Management www.lrm.nt.gov.au
Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines: www.dnrm.qld.gov.au
South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources www.waterforgood.sa.gov.au
Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment www.dpiw.tas.gov.au
Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries www.dse.vic.gov.au
Australian Drilling Industry Association www.adia.com.au
Energy regulatory authority details (relevant for Coal Seam Gas drilling and
Oil/Gas drilling)
New South Wales Division of Resources and Energy-Minerals and Petroleum www.minerals.nsw.gov.au
New South Wales Office of Water www.water.nsw.gov.au/Home/default.aspx
National Offshore Petroleum Standards Authority www.nopsa.gov.au
Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines: www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/
South Australian Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy
www.pir.sa.gov.au/minerals/
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Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries — Energy www.dpi.vic.gov.au
Western Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum www.dmp.wa.gov.au
Department of Mines and Energy www.minerals.nt.gov.au
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Appendix 4: Reasonable Adjustment Strategies
The following table, from Guide 4 in the Training Package Assessment Materials Project DETYA 2001
summarises different issues and potential strategies for assessors in adjusting assessment for
individuals with special needs.
Category
Possible issue
Strategy
Non-English
Speaking
Background
(NESB)
Speaking
Discuss with the candidate and supervisor whether language, literacy and
numeracy are likely to impact on the assessment process
Reading
Writing
Use methods that do not require a higher level of language or literacy than
is required to perform the job role
Cultural
background
Use support person
Confidence
Use short sentences that do not contain large amounts of information
Clarify information by rephrasing
Confirm understanding, for example ask the candidate to rephrase
questions
Read any printed information to the candidate
Use graphics, pictures and colour coding instead of, or to support, text
Offer to write down, or have someone else write, oral responses given by
the candidate
Consult with experts to make sure that methods and materials are
culturally sensitive, for example gender issues
Ensure that the time available to complete the assessment, while meeting
enterprise requirements, takes account of the candidate’s needs
Indigenous
Cultural
background
Speaking
Reading
Writing
Numeracy
Confidence
Allow enough time to learn about the community and how this may impact
on the assessment process, for example whether the age and gender of
the assessor is an issue
Check that assessment strategies are inclusive and culturally sensitive, for
example it may be more appropriate to demonstrate knowledge rather
than talk about one’s knowledge
Identify any events and obligations that may affect the timing of the
assessment, for example funerals
Use methods that do not require a higher level of language or literacy than
is required to perform the job role
Encourage participants to use alternative ways of demonstrating
competence, for example drawing instead of writing, using a video to
record demonstration of skills
Use support person or other support strategies
Use short sentences that do not contain large amounts of information
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Category
Possible issue
Strategy
Clarify information by rephrasing
Confirm understanding, for example ask the candidate to rephrase
questions
Read any printed information to the candidate
Use graphics, pictures and colour coding instead of, or to support, text
Offer to write down, or have someone else write, oral responses given by
the candidate
Ensure that the time available to complete the assessment, while meeting
enterprise requirements, takes account of the candidate’s needs
Age
Educational
background
Age of the
assessor
Limited study
skills and/or
learning
strategies
Gender
Gender of the
assessor
Timing of the
assessments
Educational
background
Reading
Writing
Numeracy
Limited study
skills and/or
learning
strategies
Read any printed information to the candidate
Make sure font size is not too small
Assessor should acknowledge age differential, for example referring to the
candidate’s greater experience
Ensure that the time available to complete the assessment, while meeting
enterprise requirements, takes account of the candidate’s needs
Have a number of shorter assessments rather than trying to cram too
much into one session
Use an assessor of the appropriate gender
Use appropriate assessment strategies, for example are there issues if a
project requires men and women to work together?
Check whether there are child care issues that impact on the timing of
assessments
Discuss with the candidate and supervisor whether language, literacy and
numeracy are likely to impact on the assessment process
Use methods that do not require a higher level of language or literacy than
is required to perform the job role
Read any printed information to the candidate
Make sure font size is not too small
Use graphics, pictures and colour coding instead of, or to support, text
Offer to write down, or have someone else write, oral responses given by
the candidate
Ensure that the time available to complete the assessment, while meeting
enterprise requirements, takes account of the candidate’s needs
Have a number of shorter assessments rather than trying to cram too
much into one session
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Category
Possible issue
Strategy
Category
Possible issue
Strategy
Disability
Speaking
Discuss with the candidate and supervisor whether the disability is likely to
impact on the assessment process
Reading
Writing
Numeracy
Limited study
skills and/or
learning
strategies
Use methods that do not require a higher level of language or literacy than
is required to perform the job role, for example pointing to something may
meet enterprise requirements rather than talking about it
Use support person and other support strategies as required
Use short sentences that do not contain large amounts of information
Clarify information by rephrasing
Confirm understanding, for example ask the candidate to rephrase
questions
Read any printed information to the candidate
Use graphics, pictures and colour coding instead of, or to support, text
Offer to write down, or have someone else write, oral responses given by
the candidate
Ensure that the time available to complete the assessment, while meeting
enterprise requirements, takes account of the candidate’s needs
Have a number of shorter assessments rather than trying to cram too
much into one session
These strategies, although broadly applicable to all sectors will be helpful to all assessors working in
the Resources and Infrastructure Industry.
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