Miscellaneous Training

Miscellaneous Training (click to download pdf)

Course Content

  • 1. Aids Awareness
  • 2. Basic Slinging
  • 3. Brush Cutter
  • 4. Chainsaw
  • 5. Grab Operator
  • 6. Mine Lifting Equipment Inspection
  • 7. Radio Procedures
  • 8. Scaffolding
  • 9. Vessel Entry
  • 10. Dynamic Management
  • 11. Introduction to Industrial Relations

1.Aids Awareness

  • Introduction
  • What is Aids all about
  • How you contract the Aids virus
  • How do you know if you have Aids
  • How you can protect yourself against the Aids virus
  • Aids and human rights
  • What you can do if you have Aids
  • Aids in the company context

Duration : 4 hours

Target : Every individual who is concerned about their health

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

2.Basic Slinging

  • Legal knowledge
  • General information
  • Lifting a load signals and cranes
  • Safety rules
  • Inspection of steel wire rope slings
  • Maintenance of S.W.R. liting tackle
  • Centre of gravity
  • Good sling practice
  • Correct slinging methods
  • Use of single & multiple slings

Duration : 1 day

Target : All staff using Rigging Equipment & Tackle e.g. Chains, Slings, Shackles etc

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

3.Brush Cutter

  • Parts and controls
  • Safety precautions
  • Fueling
  • Starting the brush cutter
  • Holding and operating the brush cutter
  • Storage and maintenance

Duration : 4 - 5 hours

Target : Anyone who operates a brush cutter

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

4.Chainsaw

  • Preparing a chainsaw for use
  • Starting the chainsaw
  • Holding and operating the chainsaw
  • General lumbering
  • Felling a tree
  • Start up checks

Duration : 1 day

Target : Anyone who is operating a chainsaw

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

5.Grab Operator

  • Mechanical appreciation
  • Pre operational inspections
  • Principles of leverage
  • Operational procedures
  • Post operational procedures

Duration : 1 Day for a retest 3 days if the delegate has used the Grab before but does not have a license, 5 days for a full course if the delegate has never used the Grab and needs to learn from the start.

Target : Anyone who is employed as a grab operator

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

6.Mine Lifting Inspection Equipment

  • Introduction
  • Legal knowledge
  • Rope and webbing equipment
  • Chains
  • Steel wire rope lifting equipment
  • Overhead gantry crane other lifting equipment

Duration : 1 Day

Target : Anyone who is employed as a mine lifting equipment inspector

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

7.Radio Procedures

  • Telephone manners
  • The telephone in the organization
  • Positive attitude
  • Clients bill of rights
  • Attitude to success
  • Radio communication

Duration : 4 Hours

Target : Companies in possession of a bay station and hand held radios

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

8.Scaffolding

  • Introduction
  • Basic materials
  • Components
  • Classification and safety factors
  • Foundations
  • Erection of scaffolding
  • Safety precautions and inspection of scaffolding
  • Maintenance and storage figures

Duration : 1 day, 2 day course for more in depth course

Target : Anyone who makes use of scaffolding in the workplace

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

9.Vessel Entry

  • Introduction
  • Legal knowledge
  • Reporting system
  • Organization safety rules & procedures
  • Emergency planning

Duration : 1 day

Target : As Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation is an integral part of the functions of the stand - by person, the learning assumed to be in place is at least the possession of a valid Certificate of Competency in level 1 First Aid.

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

10.Dynamic Management

  • The purpose & functions of management
  • Essential management skills & qualities
  • Management planning and goal setting
  • Directing & controlling your organization
  • Selecting & developing the right team
  • Keeping good team members
  • Effective communication sytles
  • Productive management meetings
  • The art of delegation
  • Solving "people" problems
  • Time management & utilization
  • Eliminating stress through organization
  • Avoiding management pitfalls
  • The management challenge

Duration : 5 days

Target : People in management / line, managers and supervisors

Students : Minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8

11.Introduction to Industrial Relations

  • The nature of the employment relationship
  • The labour law environment
  • Internal company codes & procedures
  • Strategies to avoid the need to discipline
  • The purpose of discipline
  • Beginning the disciplinary process
  • The fundamentals of the disciplinary environment
  • The rights of an employee
  • Conducting an enquiry
  • Some thoughts on general topics
  • What if scenarios

Duration : 3 days

Target : Anyone who manages and surpervisors staff

Students : Minimum of 6 to a maximum of 15