Leveraging 80 years of experience delivering leadership and management training, AIM has been working with the Queensland Resources and Infrastructure Industry for over a decade delivering mining induction and supervisor courses to more than 60,000 individuals through partnerships with leading organisations.

AIM is a member of the Queensland Resource Council & the Resource Training Network, advising industry and government on best practice for outcomes focused training that is fit for purpose, practical and achievable.

Entry Requirements

To enrol in this course, you must be 16 years of age at time of enrolment; and demonstrate during the enrolment process that you have the skills and capability to succeed in the course as described in the Student Entry Criteria.

Students are required to have a unique email address and a USI (unique student identifier).

To succeed in this course, you should have an education level of year 10 (or equivalent) or Certificate III, be technologically literate with access to a device that meets the minimum system requirements of the myAIM learning management system, have continuous and stable internet access, be proficient in English. Note, we recommend the use of Google’s Chrome browser.

AIM Standard 11 Mining Induction Course

Learn it. Earn it. Share it.

By completing AIM’s Standard 11 Mining Induction course, you will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment to acknowledge the high standard of learning and skill development you have attained. Print your industry-recognised certificate of attainment or share electronically to demonstrate your ever-growing value to employers and peers.

Your Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment includes the following Units of Competency:

  • RIICOM201E  Communicate in the workplace
  • RIIERR205D   Apply initial response first aid
  • RIIERR302E   Respond to local emergencies and incidents
  • RIIGOV201E   Comply with site work processes / procedures
  • RIIRIS201E    Conduct local risk control
  • RIIWHS201E  Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures

Delivery Mode

Blended Learning – Self paced online modules together with an on-campus 1-day workshop and on-site validation.

How to enrol – choose the date and location for the 2 day on-campus workshop that both suits your schedule and gives you enough time to complete the online modules. The online modules must be completed prior to the workshop. AIM monitors student progress of the online learning modules. Failure to complete these modules will result in your workshop date being postponed.

  • The student's email address must be unique and active, generic emails will be rejected
  • If you are mobilising to a BHP site – please include your LMS ID when enrolling. This will ensure record of your induction is uploaded to your SuccessFactors profile and your gate access is activated.
  • LMS ID’s not provided cannot be actioned post-course.

On-Site Assessment

After on-campus workshop attendance, participants will be required to attend a coal mine site and complete a Workplace Skills Validation (WSV) with the support of an Appointed Supervisor or Trainer and Assessor within 12 months of attendance.

This is uploaded via your myAIM Student portal for final assessment.

Additional Information

What's Included?


  • Access to AIM’s learning management system, myAIM
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea


Please advise AIM when booking if you have any dietary or accessibility requests.

Payment Options

We require full payment to be made upfront prior to attending the training. Payment options we offer include:

  • Credit Card (Visa/MasterCard/Amex)
  • Direct Deposit (EFT)
  • Purchase Order

If you would like to spread the cost of your training out our finance partner Zip Money can offer you a line of credit with 6 months interest free and flexible weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment options. For more information on this, visit Zip Money