Samsung C&T – Roy Hill Project
Samsung approached CERT to assist in creating a suite of training materials to ensure Employees and Contractors were aware of their safeworking requirements within the rail corridor. These materials were to be delivered to workers on the Pilbara Roy Hill project which involved the construction of a standard gauge railway from the mine site to Port Hedland (more than 340kms).
CERT developed a package of learning resources and assessments that aligned to the relevant rule book. The materials were also contextualised to appropriate levels to suit the varying safeworking roles on site.
From 2014 to 2016 CERT delivered training to more than 3500 Employees and Contractors on the project. CERT was able to mobilise Trainers and equipment to the Pilbara to meet the strong project deadlines.
PTA – Prospector Maintenance Depot
The client approached CERT to review, remodel and develop contextualised training resources for the Prospector ‘A’ service. This included comprehensive assessments aligned to existing maintenance documents and operations, as well a Train-the-Trainer session for internal staff.
After analysis of the issue CERT determined the best approach was to review the client’s existing training modules and develop an updated suite of materials to better demonstrate employee competence. This ensured the client reduced business risk and maintained legislative compliance.
CERT was also able to manage the creation of an induction video for site visitors. This involved determining the scope of the project, coordination with the media production company and review of all content.
Watco Companies – Train Driver RPL Project
Watco employs a diverse and varied range of currently competent Train Drivers with experience driving a myriad of locomotives both in Western Australia, Nationally and Internationally.
In 2014, Watco Management approached CERT to discuss an opportunity to issue its Train Drivers with a nationally recognised Qualification for their skills, a Certificate IV in Train Driving. This would consolidate the various skill sets of Watco’s diverse workforce into one formal qualification.
Over 18 months CERT visited Watco depots across Western Australia to independently observe and assess Drivers on the job. CERT utilised the latest technology to capture evidence while ensuring minimal disruption to operational requirements. CERT was also able to assist the Drivers to access funded training to reduce costs.