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Underground Coal Mining - TAFE Illawarra
 
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Ready to advance your career in underground coal mining? If your aim is to lead a team, TAFE Illawarra's Certificate IV in Underground Coal Operations will give you the necessary qualifications and skills to sit for the Coal Competency Board written and aural exams and become a mine deputy. For current Mine Deputies, it's an ideal way to update or refresh your skills. It's also perfect if you want to work as a control room operator, or in a mine safety and training role. Delivered flexibly throughout Australia, the course has been developed by trainers who are highly-qualified and experienced in mine operations. Our trainers are passionate about maintaining the highest standards of safety in the underground coal mining industry. Complete your training anywhere, anytime, on any device. Access a wide range of online learning resources including videos, interactive activities and a comprehensive library of current reference materials. Attend face-to-face workshops and tutorials, facilitated field trips and learn from industry experts. For more information, or to enrol, call 1300 766 123 or visit www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au.
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Surveying 1 - Introduction to leveling
 
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Surveying 1 - Introduction to leveling, OTEN Building and Construction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8poe2vvD2Q
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NSW Mining HSEC Conference 2018 - Winner - Safety Excellence
 
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Winner - Safety Excellence Sizer Teeth Removal Innovation Glencore Ravensworth Glencore Coal’s Ravensworth open cut mine is located between Singleton and Muswellbrook in the Hunter Valley. The mine has been in operation in one form or another since the 1970s and currently employs 651 people. Crusher teeth require replacement up to three times a year. This maintenance task traditionally involves the use of a 6.4kg copper sledgehammer to strike the used teeth, loosening them so they can be removed. There are 116 teeth on the crusher, each requiring an average eight hits with the hammer by a maintenance technician, which equates to 928 strikes to remove all the teeth. The constant swinging and striking with the sledgehammer poses significant fatigue, ergonomic and soft tissue injury risks to the maintenance technician undertaking the teeth removal. A new, safer method was needed to eliminate the use of the sledgehammer. With no alternative method available on the market, the maintenance team at Ravensworth brainstormed new approaches. A hydraulic flange splitter was considered, however modifications would be required to allow its use on the crusher teeth. Following extensive safety and engineering consultation with regard to modifying the flange splitter, a successful trial was conducted on a full row of crusher teeth.
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Engineering Connections (BHP Billiton)
 
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TAFE SA students at Roxby Downs gaining hands on experience and learning valuable skills in the mining industry with BHP Billiton. More info about our courses in Mining, Engineering and Transport: http://www.tafesa.edu.au/mining-engineering-transport-centre
Become a PLANT operator in NSW Civil Construction
 
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Could you be driving PLANT? If you are a young person looking for great career opportunities YOU should be thinking about Civil as a great start for your career. Think about a Career in Civil Construction in NSW.
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NSW Mining: Apprentice
 
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NSW Miners' hard work helps support over 750 training places each year.
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Glencore Coal Apprenticeship Program 2019 – Meet Hayley Soutar
 
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Applications are now open for the 2019 Apprenticeship Program with Glencore Coal across QLD and NSW. Visit glencore.com/careers to apply. Applications close 1 July 2018.
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Engineering | International | TAFE Queensland
 
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Develop the practical and technical skills to design and draft various engineering applications and drawings for transport systems, pipelines, dams, bridges, high-rise buildings and plant, mining and industrial water and waste management facilities. Our courses will teach you how to set up machinery to enable the manufacture of engineering products, repair and replacing components, design and manufacture modifications to existing component parts, maintain plant and equipment, and construct and commission work. Employers actively seek our students for cadetships due to our industry-relevant and practical training which is accredited by Engineers Australia, the peak body for engineering professionals in Australia. Visit www.tafeqld.edu.au/international to find out more.
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Introduction to ACEPT
 
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An introduction to Challenger Institute of Technology's Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT) $23million world-class facility. Based near Fremantle, Western Australia, ACEPT is designed to train process operators for the oil and gas, mineral, chemical and processing industries.
Illawarra Steel and Maritime Workers Fight for Jobs
 
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The South Coast Labour Council and Illawarra Unions join the Australian Jobs Embassy on the lawns of parliament house
"A Day in the Life" at Winslow - a leading civil construction contractor in Victoria
 
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www.winslow.com.au Winslow Constructors are one of the leading civil construction contractors in Victoria. "Plan, construct, communicate, engineer, lead, innovate, service".
Episode 8: 'Girls Allowed' Why women are choosing careers in construction - Lendlease
 
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The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) launches ‘Masterminds of Construction’, an in-depth news and current affairs-style programme that brings greater understanding about the value of construction and explores the career opportunities available to young people within the industry.
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Engineer Trades Australia NSW Poly Welding Courses
 
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PMBWELD301B Butt Weld Polyethylene Plastic Pipelines NSW Course Locations Toronto and Wetherill Park
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Glencore Coal Apprenticeship Program 2019 – Meet Madeline Brennan
 
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Applications are now open for the 2019 Apprenticeship Program with Glencore Coal across QLD and NSW. Visit glencore.com/careers to apply. Applications close 1 July 2018.
Views: 859 Glencore
2013 Australian Apprenticeships - Employer Award, Thiess Pty Ltd.
 
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Established in 1934, Thiess Pty Ltd is a leading construction, mining and services company with operations across Australia, Indonesia, India and New Zealand. While Thiess plays a pivotal role in building vital infrastructure and providing essential services for communities. The Thiess Apprenticeship Program (TAP) is a large part of this vision, ensuring the provision of quality career paths for its employees. Founded in Queensland, TAP has been striving for excellence, best practice and innovation for over eight years. During this time it has delivered training and employment to over 250 Australian Apprentices across a variety of disciplines including diesel fitters, automotive electricians, boilermakers, welders and high voltage electricians. TAP has been recognised Australia-wide for reaching and exceeding the highest possible industry standards for its quality on and off the job training methods. Thiess was the winner of the Australian Apprenticeships -- Employer Award at the 2013 Australian Training Awards. The award recognises an employer who has made innovative improvements, leading to improved outcomes, in the provision of nationally recognised training to its apprentices and/or trainees. For more information: www.australiantrainingawards.gov.au Transcript: [Online team to enter link] Established in 1934, Thiess Pty Ltd is a leading construction, mining and services company with operations across Australia, Indonesia, India and New Zealand. While Thiess plays a pivotal role in building vital infrastructure and providing essential services for communities. The Thiess Apprenticeship Program (TAP) is a large part of this vision, ensuring the provision of quality career paths for its employees. Founded in Queensland, TAP has been striving for excellence, best practice and innovation for over eight years. During this time it has delivered training and employment to over 250 Australian Apprentices across a variety of disciplines including diesel fitters, automotive electricians, boilermakers, welders and high voltage electricians. TAP has been recognised Australia-wide for reaching and exceeding the highest possible industry standards for its quality on and off the job training methods. Thiess was the winner of the Australian Apprenticeships -- Employer Award at the 2013 Australian Training Awards. The award recognises an employer who has made innovative improvements, leading to improved outcomes, in the provision of nationally recognised training to its apprentices and/or trainees. For more information: www.australiantrainingawards.gov.au Transcript: www.industry.gov.au/transcripts/Pages/2013-Australian-Apprenticeships-Employer-Award.aspx
Job losses at Illawarra coal part of economic change in Steel City
 
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BHP owned Illawarra Coal has announce 36 job cuts as part of an 'organisational review'. UOWTV Multimedia reporter André Charadia interviews business lecturer Michael Gross about the changing economy of the region.
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Nicholas Bell
 
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Inspirational Indigenous Stories: Nicholas Bell. NSW Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA). Automotive (Heavy Vehicle Mechanical) (Road Transport) Certificate III
Jodie - Civil Construction Apprentice
 
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Jodie is working with Rural Construction and Maintenance, doing a Certificate III in Civil Construction apprenticeship, and training with Civil Force Training. Listen to Jodie talk about how she got her apprenticeship and what it's like to be a woman working in a male dominated industry. For more information about potential Australian Apprenticeship occupations and how to find an employer to get started, visit www.aapathways.com.au.
Emergency Mock Rescue August 2012
 
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What happens when a worker has a broken leg and is trapped 8 metres underground at a sewer pump station? This was the scenario that was played out at a mock exercise organised by Eurobodalla Shire Council on Sunday to test Council's safety procedures and emergency responses. "The mock exercise was about making sure if something goes astray our guys know the protocols for a vertical rescue and can activate them with confidence to get assistance," said General Manager, Paul Anderson. Council has specially trained staff who inspect and repair sewer pump stations and this work takes them underground into confined spaces. "Many of our pump stations are deep underground with ladders, electricity, water and other hazards so we make sure they have the right gear for the job such as gas detectors to check and monitor gas and oxygen levels," Mr Anderson said. He said Council has a structured approach to managing risks on the job. "We do all we can to make sure our people get to go home safely each day," said Mr Sharpe. The mock exercise was given the full support of NSW Ambulance, Fire and Rescue and the State Emergency Service whose members gave up their Sunday to help out. "We know this helps them fine-tune what they do but we really appreciate them helping us out," Mr Anderson said. Council's Water and Sewer Operator, Barry Hill, said the experience helped him out too. "I am often supervising in these situations. We're well trained and have good procedures to keep us safe on the job but the practice helps us if something does go wrong," said Mr Hill. "All of our team including the boss was here to learn from the experience. It also reinforced just how important it is to do the right thing and keep to the procedures we have developed so our work mates are safe."
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CNC Router machining services in Campbelltown NSW Australia.
 
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CNC Router machining services in Campbelltown NSW Australia. www.OzSigns.com
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Australia's coal miners: they dig the darkness to bring us light
 
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Miners in Newcastle received a standing ovation from a grateful crowd. Labor has abandoned them. You and I have to now stand up and demand an election on the carbon tax. It won't help. It will hinder us.
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Sustainability at Worldskills
 
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We meet Apprentice sparkie Samuel Baker from Cobar, who is conributing to Sustainability Place DSF. With other TAFE students, we see Samuel building a wind generator - and we see just how green WorldSkills can be! Sustainability Place DSF: In collaboration with WordSkills Australia and 'Your Abode' (private company) is showcasing aspects of an environmentally responsible home during the WorldSkills competition. Sustainability Place will consist of a cutaway of a house into a backyard that has been designed by Darryn Parkinson, director of 'Your Abode'. Darryn says this project is critical because its important that wholesale change in peoples attitudes surrounding sustainability begins with young people. The drive comes from young people who are questioning older people about best practice Businesses that arent sustainable will fall behind because they wont be able to get people to work for them. The design will demonstrate ideas for energy and water efficiency, a passive solar house design and the use of sustainable materials. This will include features such as low water gardens, low energy light fittings, energy efficient windows and glazing systems and the use of insulation. The materials that have been sourced for the construction of Sustainability Place demonstrate environmental conscientiousness and the ease of building with such materials for the general public. The cutaway will be constructed by a variety of past WorldSkills competitors, judges and project managers who have generously volunteered their time and efforts. During the course of the competition young apprentices will be explaining aspects of Sustainability Place to the public. They have undertaken research on environmentally sound practice and will gain course credit for their work as a result. About Samuel Baker: Samuel Baker (18 yrs) is a very laid back, grass-roots young bloke, even a bit reserved but comes alive when he talks about all the electrical techie stuff. He was born in Dubbo, spent some time in NZ and is now in Cobar (300 km from Dubbo in the far west of NSW) working as an apprentice Electrician above ground at CSA Copper Mine. He actually reckons hes a New Zealander and goes for QLD in the State of Origin! He is really enjoying the second year of his four year apprenticeship, at the end he will be a Level 3 Electrician. Samuel likes project work and fixing things that break down like tripping motors. He gets a real kick out of solving an electrical problem. Eventually Samuel would like to study Electrical Engineering at Uni. His dad also works at CSA underground as a Jumbo Operator on the drilling equipment. Samuels dad encouraged him to get his trade because Electrical Engineers who know the basics and know what theyre talking about are much better and get more respect throughout the industry. This advice seems to have had a big impact on Samuel because he often talks about improving, being the best at what he does and going on to work in engineering robotics. Samuels first encounter with electrical circuitry came when he installed a stereo system in his car so he could pump up the volume and listen to the rock band Creed. Samuel drives every three weeks to attend TAFE at Dubbo but its not too bad because uses the chance to drive a further two hours to Bathurst to visit his girlfriend who is studying PE there. Samuel likes the whole idea of being a sparkie and figuring out what is going on and fixing it. Coming to WorldSkills to help construct Sustainability House and performing the role of being a representative who gives information about the display house to the general public will earn Samuel marks towards his TAFE assessment- Sustainability Module. Part of this module, he already submitted some research to The Apprentice Voice - WorldSkills Forum on renewable energy and energy saving measures in commercial spheres and industry, focussing on lighting and heating. He became most animated when explaining the Power Factor, a correction of voltage and current phase, when they are not in-line it can waste energy. Some other factors for students to consider while working on Sustainability Place are energy-efficient lights, storage batteries and alternate energies like solar powered cells and wind generation.
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Auto Electrician St. James Western Australia
 
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http://www.allplantautoelectrics.com.au/auto-electrician-st-james/ Looking for skilled Auto Electrician St. James? We're ready to help! Our team is composed of highly skilled auto electricians who can work on all vehicle electrical systems and components. They're also familiar with today’s sophisticated car entertainment systems. Rest assured that we provide quality products and guaranteed services. Call us today! All Plant Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning 18 Kewdale Road Welshpool WA 6106 (08) 9351 9588
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'The future on a plate' panel session: ABARES Outlook 2013
 
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Panel discussion focusing on how Australia may respond to the challenges of global food demand to 2030 featuring two panels: global production and local producers. On the global production panel: Ramesh Chand (National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy Research, India); Phillip Glyde (Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry); and Duncan Fraser (National Farmers' Federation). On the local producers panel: Michael Croft (Mountain Creek Farm and Australian Rural Leadership Fellow); Georgie Somerset ('My Yon', Kingaroy and Australian Rural Leadership Fellow); Don Madden (Smithfield Group and Nuffield Australia Farming Scholar); and Jennifer Hawkins (Woolamia Pastoral Co and Nuffield Australia Farming Scholar). Transcripts and the full program are available online: http://www.daff.gov.au/abares/outlook/conference-program
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