Australian Business Skills Centre features at BRIMEX 2007

30 April 2007 | 07:53 Code : 13561 Geoscience events
Australian Business Skills Centre is one of the many companies currently on show at....

  Australian Business Skills Centre is one of the many companies currently on show at Brisbane's only dedicated international mining and engineering expo, BRIMEX 2007. Today is the final day of the expo at Brisbane’s Royal National Agricultural Showgrounds.Australian Business Skills Centre (ABSC Training) and its sister Company ABSC Online are providing innovative training solutions for Australian businesses.ABSC Training is a registered training organisation that brings to the mining industry a fresh approach to meeting the industry’s safety, training and legislative requirements. The RTO is registered to deliver a range of programs to both the Coal and Metalliferous sectors and can tailor the learning and assessment material to truly reflect the needs of any business.ABSC Online has combined its comprehensive knowledge of the mining industry and experience supporting e-learning solutions for some of Australia’s largest companies, to create an e-learning platform that is simple to implement, use and administer.The LMS can be easily customised to meet a range of needs and as a result, ABSC have produced a world class system. ABSC Online has worked with the Mining Industry Skills Centre and BMA to build an online training and assessment package, covering MNCG1002A – Implement and Apply the Risk Management Process.This innovative approach to the delivery of training has produced a convenient, cost effective and successful way to meet the training requirements for mine supervisors, deputies, open cut examiners and any mine staff who are involved in risk management. As one of Australia’s most dynamic trainers in the mining industry, ABSC offer a range of courses from induction through to operator and supervisor training. With offices located in Brisbane, Gladstone, Wollongong, Melbourne, and Perth, this national RTO are able to meet the needsof their clients locally, nationally and internationally.Chief executive Jim Munro drew on his experience as a former Mount Isa Mines employee to explore the possibilities for training in the mining sector. “I think mining is a wonderful industry and I really enjoy being engaged with it in this way. I see the future of training being a combination of face-to-face and online technology”, said Mr Munro. With some of Australia’s largest mining companies employing the LMS and an overwhelming amount of international enquiries, ABSC can be proud of their world class product.

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