This course is aimed at people working in marine service and boat yards. It instructs them on all facets of straddle carrier operations and maintenance and is provided in partnership with a Registered Training Organisation - Survival First Response.
Industry professionals have identified key competencies which are vital to the operation and maintenance of a straddle carrier so the operator can use them in the safest and most efficient manner.
This course has just been revamped to make it more learner friendly and easier to complete the assessments. The new course will allow participants to complete all written assessments in class during the course with clearly written training materials. This will considerably reduce the amount of work needed after the course to complete the assessments.
This course is based on nationally accredited units of competency designed according to the Australian Qualifications Training Framework (AQTF):
This 2 day course covers 1 day of theory and 1 day of practical sessions in the boatyard:
The course is delivered by MIA in partnership with Registered Training Organisation - Survival First Response (6603).
Upon successful completion of the course and assessments you will achieve a MIA Wallet Sized Card and a Nationally Recognised Certificate stating:
A Certificate of Participation will be sent to those who do not complete the above in 3 months.
After completing the accreditation, students will be listed on the Accredited Straddle Carrier Operators Directory.
There are no prerequisites for this course, however, you should have access to a straddle carrier/travel lift.
Please refer to the Career Pathway for the Marina Industry
People who are currently employed in a boatyard or marine service centre and who operate, or have the potential to operate, a straddle carrier or mobile travel lift. It is an opportunity to advance your knowledge and skills and to be trained to a national standard.
MIA Members: $924.50 (incl gst) per person
Non-MIA Members: $1200.00 (incl gst) per person
Fees include: course folder and presentation, resources, morning and afternoon teas, and lunch for two days.
10 to 11 June 2017 (Saturday to Sunday)
Venue: Hillarys Yacht Club, Hillarys WA
Registration Deadline: Friday 19 May
To book a place, please email the Industry Education Officer, Vijaya Selvaraj the following information of the applicant:
1) Full Name
2) Date of Birth
4) Mobile Phone Number
5) Email Address
Vijaya Selvaraj, Marina Industries Association Industry Education Officer
Tel: +61 2 8197 4753