Cairns Centre for Drilling and Well Control

Our trainer has the highest level of experience and qualifications in the oil and gas industry in Australia and is amongst the highest level of currency and expertise in the world. Cairns is located in tropical Far North Queensland with an international airport. As well as participants receiving the highest level of training in Australia, it is in a perfect location for both domestic and international candidates to attend training, bring their partner and family to experience our paradise.

CE Training Consultants Pty Ltd

CE Training Consultants deliver training and assessing in NSW, QLD and WA to the mining industries. Included in our scope are high risk training/assessing Work Safely at Heights, Confine Space S1, S2, S3

Central Institute of Technology

Central Institute of Technology is a Centre of Specialisation in mining training. The Institute: •is the major deliverer of publicly funded mining training in Western Australia and has developed strong training partnerships with mining companies across WA; • has significant mining industry credibility based on the delivery of high quality specialised training programs in the areas of exploration processing drilling surface extraction surveying and laboratory operations; and • has specialised mining facilities and equipment including WA’s only simulated underground mine training tunnel. This unique training and induction resource enables graduates to arrive for the first day of their employment pre-skilled in the fundamentals of mine safety. Central’s team of lecturers is led by industry heavyweight Charles Dornan who was awarded Trainer of the Year at WA’s 2010 State Training Awards.

Central Queensland Institute of TAFE

Central Queensland Institute of TAFE - Faculty of Energy and Mines is an industry-focused delivery unit within the TAFE Queensland network. Our objective is to deliver industry relevant, nationally recognised training and assessment services through flexible delivery options including on site, self-paced or campus based training to the Resource and Infrastructure Sectors from Certificate II through to Advanced Diploma.

Centre for Coal Seam Gas, The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland's Centre for Coal Seam Gas conducts and coordinates research on technical and social challenges associated with the development of coal seam gas resources in Australia. The centre also contributes towards educating the next generation of professionals to work in the coal seam gas sector.

The Centre's research capability spans four areas: Water, Social Performance, Geoscience and Petroleum Engineering. Achieving a suitable balance among these areas is a key challenge for the Australian coal seam gas industry and is the guiding principle behind CCSG's education and research strategy.

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