SHOTFIRER TRAINING COURSES

Surface Shotfirer Refresher Short Course

SSRSC

The Surface Shotfirer Refresher Short Course is aligned with nationally recognised units of competency which are required for participants to renew their shotfirer licence.  The Surface Shotfirer Refresher Short Course provided by Modular Training is approved by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS).  The Surface Shotfirer Refresher Short Course offered by Modular Training allows the graduate to be eligible to apply to DMIRS for a licence for all surface operations outside of town boundaries.  Should prospective students wish to be eligible for a licence for all surface operations inside and outside of town boundaries, they need to also undertake an additional unit of competency.
The Surface Shotfirer Refresher Short Course is conducted face to face or via distance learning through video conferencing.  

Site-based courses are also available, please contact us to discuss your requirements.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
All courses provided by Modular Training are approved by DMIRS to enable applicants to apply for their Shotfirer licence from DMIRS.  To apply for a shotfirer licence, you are required to submit the following supporting documentation with your application to DMIRS:
  • A Statement of Attainment (no more than 6 months old which is issued upon satisfactory completion of this course);
  • A medical certificate (no more than 6 months old);
  • A passport photo; and
  • A Dangerous Goods Security Card (DGSC).
 
Further information about these requirements can be found on the DMIRS website here - Applying for a shotfirer licence.
Further information about the DGSC can be found here - Applying for a DGSC.
 
DMIRS requires that you must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a shotfirer licence.
 
Modular Training’s enrolment and training and assessment processes reflect the stringent nature of DMIRS’ regulation of the dangerous goods and explosives industry.  As a DMIRS approved provider, we take our responsibility to train the shotfirers of tomorrow seriously to ensure that they can go home to their families at night.  For that reason, Modular Training provides the most comprehensive course, based in the classroom and in your workplace. This means that your training and assessment is not only conducted in accordance with your work requirements, but it is informed by your company’s needs and based on the very equipment that you’ll be working with on a day to day basis.  Our blended approach to delivery means that we work closely with your employer to ensure that your training and assessment reflects your needs and theirs and is consistent with the regulatory requirements of DMIRS.
 
Due to the nature of this course, and Modular Training’s commitment to producing graduates of the highest standard, all prospective students must be able to demonstrate the following evidence for their application to be considered:
  • You must be currently employed by a company where you are part of a shotfiring team; 
  • You must also be able to demonstrate a minimum of 6 months’ experience as part of a shotfiring team;
  • You must be at least 18 years old;
  • You must have a Dangerous Goods Safety Card (DGSC)
  • You must have a valid shotfirer licence
Students whose enrolment has been accepted must bring the original copies of their DGSC and shotfirer licence. 
 
Your workplace must also meet specific criteria for you to be able to complete your assessment in your workplace.  This includes:
  • Your workplace must be approved by Modular Training for participation in the workplace component of your course.  This approval process includes for example:
    • Confirmation that your worksite is DMIRS approved;
    • There are no outstanding regulatory issues etc.;
    • That your workplace has access to all required equipment and resources to facilitate your evidence collection.
  • You must have a licenced shotfirer who agrees to be your Workplace Supervisor;
  • Your workplace agrees to supporting you to compile your evidence as part of your work based assessment program.
 
Upon receipt of your application for enrolment, Modular Training will confirm your eligibility to proceed with enrolment.
 

Surface Shotfirer Short Course

SSSC

The Surface Shotfirer Short Course is aligned with nationally recognised units of competency, which are required for participants to apply for their surface shotfirer licence.  The Surface Shotfirer Short Course provided by Modular Training is approved by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS).  The Surface Shotfirer Short Course offered by Modular Training allows the graduate to be eligible to apply to DMIRS for a licence for all surface operations outside of town boundaries.  Should prospective students wish to be eligible for a licence for all surface operations inside and outside of town boundaries, they need to also undertake an additional unit of competency.
The Surface Shotfirer Short Course is conducted face to face, or via distance learning through video conferencing. 
Site-based courses are also available, please contact us to discuss your requirements.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
All courses provided by Modular Training are approved by DMIRS to enable applicants to apply for their Shotfirer licence from DMIRS.  To apply for a shotfirer licence, you are required to submit the following supporting documentation with your application to DMIRS:
  • A Statement of Attainment (no more than 6 months old which is issued upon satisfactory completion of this course);
  • A medical certificate (no more than 6 months old);
  • A passport photo; and
  • A Dangerous Goods Security Card (DGSC).
 
Further information about these requirements can be found on the DMIRS website here - Applying for a shotfirer licence.
Further information about the DGSC can be found here - Applying for a DGSC.
 
DMIRS requires that you must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a shotfirer licence.
 
Modular Training’s enrolment and training and assessment processes reflect the stringent nature of DMIRS’ regulation of the dangerous goods and explosives industry.  As a DMIRS approved provider, we take our responsibility to train the shotfirers of tomorrow seriously to ensure that they can go home to their families at night.  For that reason, Modular Training provides the most comprehensive course, based in the classroom and in your workplace. This means that your training and assessment is not only conducted in accordance with your work requirements, but it is informed by your company’s needs and based on the very equipment that you’ll be working with on a day to day basis.  Our blended approach to delivery means that we work closely with your employer to ensure that your training and assessment reflects your needs and theirs and is consistent with the regulatory requirements of DMIRS.
 
Due to the nature of this course, and Modular Training’s commitment to producing graduates of the highest standard, all prospective students must be able to demonstrate the following evidence for their application to be considered:
  • You must be currently employed by a company where you are part of a shotfiring team; 
  • You must also be able to demonstrate a minimum of 6 months’ experience as part of a shotfiring team;
  • You must be at least 18 years old;
  • You must have a Dangerous Goods Safety Card (DGSC).
Students whose enrolment has been accepted must bring the original copies of their DGSC. 
 
Your workplace must also meet specific criteria for you to be able to complete your assessment in your workplace.  This includes:
  • Your workplace must be approved by Modular Training for participation in the workplace component of your course.  This approval process includes for example:
    • Confirmation that your worksite is DMIRS approved;
    • There are no outstanding regulatory issues etc.;
    • That your workplace has access to all required equipment and resources to facilitate your evidence collection.
  • You must have a licenced shotfirer who agrees to be your Workplace Supervisor;
  • Your workplace agrees to supporting you to compile your evidence as part of your work based assessment program.
 
Upon receipt of your application for enrolment, Modular Training will confirm your eligibility to proceed with enrolment.
 

Underground Shotfirer Course

UGSC

The Underground Shotfirer Course is aligned with nationally recognised units of competency which are required for participants to apply for their underground shotfiring licence.  The Underground Shotfirer Course provided by Modular Training is approved by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS). The Underground Shotfirer Course offered by Modular Training allows the graduate to be eligible to apply to DMIRS for a licence for all underground operations except underground coal operations.  Should prospective students wish to be eligible for a licence for all underground coal operations, they need to also undertake an additional unit of competency.
The Underground Shotfirer Course is conducted face to face or via distance learning through video conferencing.
Site-based courses are also available, please contact us to discuss your requirements.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
All courses provided by Modular Training are approved by DMIRS to enable applicants to apply for their Shotfirer licence from DMIRS.  To apply for a shotfirer licence, you are required to submit the following supporting documentation with your application to DMIRS:
  • A Statement of Attainment (no more than 6 months old which is issued upon satisfactory completion of this course);
  • A medical certificate (no more than 6 months old);
  • A passport photo; and
  • A Dangerous Goods Security Card (DGSC).
 
Further information about these requirements can be found on the DMIRS website here - Applying for a shotfirer licence.
Further information about the DGSC can be found here - Applying for a DGSC.
 
DMIRS requires that you must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a shotfirer licence.
 
Modular Training’s enrolment and training and assessment processes reflect the stringent nature of DMIRS’ regulation of the dangerous goods and explosives industry.  As a DMIRS approved provider, we take our responsibility to train the shotfirers of tomorrow seriously to ensure that they can go home to their families at night.  For that reason, Modular Training provides the most comprehensive course, based in the classroom and in your workplace. This means that your training and assessment is not only conducted in accordance with your work requirements, but it is informed by your company’s needs and based on the very equipment that you’ll be working with on a day to day basis.  Our blended approach to delivery means that we work closely with your employer to ensure that your training and assessment reflects your needs and theirs and is consistent with the regulatory requirements of DMIRS.
 
Due to the nature of this course, and Modular Training’s commitment to producing graduates of the highest standard, all prospective students must be able to demonstrate the following evidence for their application to be considered:
  • You must be currently employed by a company where you are part of a shotfiring team; 
  • You must also be able to demonstrate a minimum of 6 months’ experience as part of a shotfiring team;
  • You must be at least 18 years old;
  • You must have a Dangerous Goods Safety Card (DGSC).
Students whose enrolment has been accepted must bring the original copies of their DGSC.  
 
Your workplace must also meet specific criteria for you to be able to complete your assessment in your workplace.  This includes:
  • Your workplace must be approved by Modular Training for participation in the workplace component of your course.  This approval process includes for example:
    • Confirmation that your worksite is DMIRS approved;
    • There are no outstanding regulatory issues etc.;
    • That your workplace has access to all required equipment and resources to facilitate your evidence collection.
  • You must have a licenced shotfirer who agrees to be your Workplace Supervisor;
  • Your workplace agrees to supporting you to compile your evidence as part of your work based assessment program.
 
Upon receipt of your application for enrolment, Modular Training will confirm your eligibility to proceed with enrolment.

Underground Shotfirer Refresher Course

UGSRC

The Underground Shotfirer Refresher Course is aligned with nationally recognised units of competency which are required for participants to renew their shotfirer licence.  The Underground Shotfirer Refresher Course provided by Modular Training is approved by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS). The Underground Shotfirer Course offered by Modular Training allows the graduate to be eligible to apply to DMIRS for a licence for all underground operations except underground coal operations.  Should prospective students wish to be eligible for a licence for all underground coal operations, they need to also undertake an additional unit of competency.
The Underground Shotfirer Refresher Course is conducted face to face or via distance learning through video conferencing.

Site-based courses are also available, please contact us to discuss your requirements.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
All courses provided by Modular Training are approved by DMIRS to enable applicants to apply for their Shotfirer licence from DMIRS.  To apply for a shotfirer licence, you are required to submit the following supporting documentation with your application to DMIRS:
  • A Statement of Attainment (no more than 6 months old which is issued upon satisfactory completion of this course);
  • A medical certificate (no more than 6 months old);
  • A passport photo; and
  • A Dangerous Goods Security Card (DGSC).
 
Further information about these requirements can be found on the DMIRS website here - Applying for a shotfirer licence.
Further information about the DGSC can be found here - Applying for a DGSC.
 
DMIRS requires that you must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a shotfirer licence.
 
Modular Training’s enrolment and training and assessment processes reflect the stringent nature of DMIRS’ regulation of the dangerous goods and explosives industry.  As a DMIRS approved provider, we take our responsibility to train the shotfirers of tomorrow seriously to ensure that they can go home to their families at night.  For that reason, Modular Training provides the most comprehensive course, based in the classroom and in your workplace. This means that your training and assessment is not only conducted in accordance with your work requirements, but it is informed by your company’s needs and based on the very equipment that you’ll be working with on a day to day basis.  Our blended approach to delivery means that we work closely with your employer to ensure that your training and assessment reflects your needs and theirs and is consistent with the regulatory requirements of DMIRS.
 
Due to the nature of this course, and Modular Training’s commitment to producing graduates of the highest standard, all prospective students must be able to demonstrate the following evidence for their application to be considered:
  • You must be currently employed by a company where you are part of a shotfiring team; 
  • You must also be able to demonstrate a minimum of 6 months’ experience as part of a shotfiring team;
  • You must be at least 18 years old;
  • You must have a Dangerous Goods Safety Card (DGSC)
  • You must have a valid shotfirer licence
Students whose enrolment has been accepted must bring the original copies of their DGSC and shotfirer licence.  
 
Your workplace must also meet specific criteria for you to be able to complete your assessment in your workplace.  This includes:
  • Your workplace must be approved by Modular Training for participation in the workplace component of your course.  This approval process includes for example:
    • Confirmation that your worksite is DMIRS approved;
    • There are no outstanding regulatory issues etc.;
    • That your workplace has access to all required equipment and resources to facilitate your evidence collection.
  • You must have a licenced shotfirer who agrees to be your Workplace Supervisor;
  • Your workplace agrees to supporting you to compile your evidence as part of your work based assessment program.
 
Upon receipt of your application for enrolment, Modular Training will confirm your eligibility to proceed with enrolment.