Purpose of this Guide
This guide provides advice to the resources and infrastructure industry, to enterprises, and to Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) about how to implement the RII09 Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package.
This guide includes three main sections
RII09 Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package
This section covers information about the rationalisation process and about how the units are grouped in the new Training Package. It includes general information about units of competency, the template used to develop the new units, how units are coded, and statements about unit equivalence. Information about qualifications and Skill Sets is also covered in this section, including general information about how qualifications have been consolidated and indications of equivalence.
Guidance for Industry
This information will assist industry bodies and enterprises make an informed transition to using the RII09 Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package. It covers the Systems Approach to identifying training requirements and how to go about customising and contextualising training and assessment for specific enterprise needs. It includes information about how to contextualise units of competency for industry sectors and specific sites, and information to assist enterprises make decisions about particular mobile plant operator units and high risk work units.
This section also covers sector specific information. For each sector, there is a summary of what has changed in this Training Package, a comparison between the packaging rules of old and new qualifications, and details about qualifications and units.
Guidance for Registered Training Organisations
The information provided in this section will assist RTOs to ensure that training and assessment meets the diverse requirements of the resources and infrastructure industry. It includes guidance for RTOs about how to update their scope of registration to deliver qualifications from this new Training Package, and about transition arrangements from previous Training Packages.
Information is also provided about delivery of training, the importance of industry context, the requirement to meet enterprise needs, and the particular delivery requirements of some qualifications. View sample training programs, information about how to deliver Employability Skills, and requirements of assessment in workplace settings.