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Note that the information, views and recommendations in this document have been obtained under contract from industry sources as part of Industry Advisory Arrangements; they may include data or information which have not been otherwise verified, and they should not be interpreted as being the views, intentions or policy of OPCET or the Tasmanian Government.

Industry Training Demand Profile

Mining

Contents


Scope of Mining TDP 2

Part 1 Industry background and directions 9

Part 2 Skill shortages 16

Part 3 Industry demand for training 23

Part 4 Assessment of infrastructure needs 34

Part 5 Information on VET in schools, including school based new apprenticeships 36

Part 6 Industry’s top priorities for the public training system 38

Part 7 Higher education 41


Scope of Mining TDP

Industry sectors and core occupations

Operational (Mining & Processing)


Core Occupations

AQF

ASCO Equivalent

Mineral Ore Processing Laborer

II

9911-11 Mining Support Worker

Open Cut / Underground Miner

Mining Plant Operator



II to IV

7911-11 Miner

Minerals Processing Operator

Mineral Ore Treatment Plant Operator

Mill Operator


III to IV

7123-11 Engineering Production Systems Worker

Geological Technical Officer

V

3112-13 Earth Science Technical Officer

Mine Deputy

Mining / Metallurgical Technician



IV to V

3129-15 Mine Deputy

Mine Manager

VI

1222-13 Production Manager (Mining)

Mine Geologist

Bachelor Degree

2112-11 Geologist

Metallurgist

2119-15 Extractive Metallurgist

2119-17 Physical Metallurgist



Surveyor (Mine / Underground)

2123-13 Surveyor

Mining Engineer

2127-11 Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum)



Exploration


Core Occupations

AQF

ASCO Equivalent

Drillers Assistant

II

9911-13 Driller's Assistant

Driller 1 / Driller 2

Production Driller

Drill Operator (Underground)

Senior Driller

Blasting Worker / Shot Firer


III to IV

4986-11 Driller

7912-11 Blasting Worker



Driller Supervisor

V

4986-01 Supervisor, Drillers

Exploration Geologist

Bachelor Degree

2112-11 Geologist

Maintenance (Cross-Industry)


Core Occupations

AQF

ASCO Equivalent

Dogman

I

9919-13 Crane Chaser

Rigger

II

7913-17 Construction Rigger

Truck Driver

Dump Truck Operator

Underground Truck Operator

Excavator Operator



7111-13 Bulldozer Operator

7111-15 Backhoe Operator

7111-17 Loader Operator

7111-21 Excavator Operator



Diesel Fitter-Mechanic

Fitter and Turner

Fitter-Mechanic

Fitter-Machinist

Maintenance Fitter

Mechanic (Diesel and Heavy Earthmoving Equipment)

Process Maintainer / Technician


III

4112-11 Fitter

Boilermaker – Welder

4122-11 Metal Fabricator

Electrical Fitter

Electrical Mechanic

Electrician

E/I Tradesperson

Maintenance Technician

Instrumentation Technician



III to IV

4311-11 General Electrician

4314-11 General Electronic Instrument Tradesperson

3123-13 Electrical Engineering Technician


Electrical Engineer

Process Control Engineer



Bachelor Degree

2125-11 Electrical Engineer


Regulation, Approvals & Planning


Core Occupations

AQF

ASCO Equivalent

Occupational Health & Safety Officer

Environmental Health Officer



Bachelor Degree

2543-11 Occupational Health and Safety Officer

2543-13 Environmental Health Officer



Civil Engineer

Environmental Engineer



2124-11 Civil Engineer

Environmental Scientist

Environmental Consultant



2114-11 Environmental Research Scientist


Professional / Semi Professional (Cross-Industry)


The following occupations have not been assigned AQF levels or ASCO codes, as they are cross-industry in nature and not always met by the vocational education and training sector:

  • Aboriginal Heritage/Liaison Adviser

  • Accountant

  • Agricultural Scientist

  • Anthropologist

  • Archaeologist

  • Biologist

  • Biotechnologist

  • Botanist

  • Chemical Engineer

  • Community Relations/Liaison Specialist

  • Draftsperson

  • Geophysicist

  • Horticulturalist

  • Human Resource Officer

  • Industrial Chemist

  • Industrial Relations Officer

  • Information Technologist

  • Lawyer

  • Logistics Officer/Manager

  • Marketing Manager

  • Mechanical Engineer

  • Media Liaison Officer

  • Microbiologist

  • Project Manager

  • Public Relations Officer

  • Purchasing Officer

  • Recruitment Officer

  • Software Engineer

  • Technician (Field; Geoscience; Laboratory)

  • Tenement Manager

  • Training Manager

Trade (Cross-Industry)


The following occupations have not been assigned AQF levels or ASCO codes, as they are cross-industry in nature and require coverage in other Industry Training Demand Profiles:

  • Automotive Tradesperson

  • Carpenter

  • Concreter

  • Lift Mechanic

  • Plumber

Training Package coverage


  • DRT03 Drilling Industry

  • MNM05 Metalliferous Mining

Qualifications and courses within Training Package(s)

MNM20205 Certificate II in Metalliferous Mining Operations - Underground
MNM30205 Certificate III in Metalliferous Mining Operations – Underground
MNM20305 Certificate II in Metalliferous Mining Operations - Processing
MNM30305 Certificate III in Metalliferous Mining Operations - Processing

The State’s public training system is servicing the mining and or processing sector with considerable success. While skills shortages are not currently evident at an operational level, the discovery of nickel near Zeehan and the resurrection of the Renison Tin Mine could result in a shortage of mineral ore processing laborers, mineral processing workers and underground miners.

While TAFE Tasmania has enrolled numerous existing operational staff from the major West Coast mines into previous metalliferous qualifications, significant enrolments have been forecast for the following AQF III qualifications. There may also be scope for the delivery of pre-employment training that draws upon competencies from the AQF II qualifications.



Forecast Shortage

Relevant Qualification

Mineral Ore Processing Laborer

MNM20205 Certificate II in Metalliferous Mining Operations – Underground

MNM20305 Certificate II in Metalliferous Mining Operations - Processing



Underground Miner

MNM30205 Certificate III in Metalliferous Mining Operations – Underground

Minerals Processing Operator

MNM30305 Certificate III in Metalliferous Mining Operations - Processing


DRT20503 Certificate II in Drilling - Mineral Exploration
DRT30503 Certificate III in Drilling - Mineral Exploration
DRT40503 Certificate IV in Drilling - Mineral Exploration

The Drilling Industry Training Package comprises qualifications across eleven industry sectors, with mineral exploration being the principal sector applicable (especially with the current resurgence in mineral exploration on the West Coast). With significant skills and or equipment shortages impacting the industry at both a State and national level (and with exploration success underpinning the industry), these qualifications could be used to alleviate the following critical skill shortages:

Skills Shortage

Relevant Qualification

Driller’s Assistant

DRT20503 Certificate II in Drilling - Mineral Exploration

Driller 1

DRT30503 Certificate III in Drilling - Mineral Exploration

Driller 2 / Senior Driller

DRT40503 Certificate IV in Drilling - Mineral Exploration

MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade
MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade


UEE30805 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician
UEE31205 Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control
UEE40405 Certificate IV in Electrical – Instrumentation
UEE40605 Certificate IV in Electrotechnology - Systems Electrician

UEE40905 Certificate IV in Industrial Electronics and Control

While these qualifications are yet to be endorsed, they will more than likely be used as training pathways to address the critical national skills shortages of fitters, boilermaker-welders, electricians and instrumentation tradespersons. They have been included in this Profile due to the impact trade-based skill shortages are currently having (and will continue to have) on the State’s minerals industry.



Skills Shortage

Relevant Qualification

Fitter

MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade

Boilermaker – Welder

MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade

Electrician

UEE40605 Certificate IV in Electrotechnology - Systems Electrician



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