Course: RIIMCU302E Construct & Maintain Ventilation Devices

Course Content

How to construct/install all types of ventilation devices including preparation & setup, equipment, methodology, hazards and construction options. The following ventilation devices are covered - stoppings, coffin boxes, machine doors, overcasts, undercasts, seals, balance
chambers, bulkheads and regulators. It also includes the preparation, inspection and maintenance requirements for each device.


May be delivered as a stand-alone unit, or bundled with other ventilation competencies (RIIMCU214D and RIIMCU212D). Refer below for bundle details.


RIIMCU302E (as stand alone unit) - 1.5 days; or RIIMCU212E, RIIMCU214D & RIIMCU302E - 3 days


RIIMCU302E (stand alone unit) - $450; or RIIMCU212E, RIIMCU214D & RIIMCU302E - $800


UG Generic/Site Induction, some UG coal experience, low level of literacy, numeracy & writing skills (sufficient for reading plans etc)


Full training/assessment, RPL, or Refresher

Target Audience

Aimed at personnel working in underground coal in either production or support roles, who are required to construct and maintain all types of ventilation devices, or supervise the construction of such.

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