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Unit Standards

Function
In a world of rapid technological change and an increasing demand for quality training, it is of utmost importance to constantly liaise with industry and other stakeholders and foster their participation in the development process of quality training programmes and valid assessment tools, which reflect the requirements of the world of work of today, and the future.

Against this background, the Namibia Training Authority’s VET Standards Division develops and reviews national Vocational Education and Training qualifications and unit standards for registration on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).

Towards this end, its VET Standards Division works with and relies heavily on the input and participation of industry and other stakeholders in the development process to ensure the relevance of the developed materials to stakeholder needs.

The VET Standards Division is further tasked with ensuring that developed materials are of ‘registrable’ quality as stipulated by the registration requirements of the NQF.

Developed materials are benchmarked with international best practices while industry involvement ensures that materials are contextualised to suit our local needs.

Scroll down to below the Frequently ASked Questions on this page to access lists of Unit Standards developed by the Namibia Training Authority, and which are available in the public domain.
Training Manuals & Curricula
To enable coherent training delivery, the VET Standards Division is also responsible for developing and maintaining competence-based curricula, training manuals and training delivery guides on a national level.

Training manuals and curricula can be procured through our Printing & Distribution Unit at a unit cost of N$25,00 (twenty-five Namibia dollars).


For more information on orders and deliveries, contact:
Printing & Distribution Officer
Elizabeth Timbo
Tel: +264 61 279589
Fax: +264 61 279 551,
etimbo@nta.com.na
Contact
For further information, contact:
Sens Shoolongo
Manager: VET Standards
Tel: +264 61 279 584
Fax: +264 61 279 579
PO Box 70407, Katutura
NTA Village Rand Street, Khomasdal
sshoolongo@nta.com.na

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a unit standard?
Unit standards are statements of outcome(s) of learning and/or work activity needing to be formally assessed. Unit standards make up the components of a qualification and may be formally recognised as an award independently of the award of the qualification.

Unit standards and/or Qualifications are awarded at the end of learning. They are awarded following robust assessment of the abilities of persons who have undertaken formal and/or informal learning in relation to specified knowledge, understanding, skills and personal attributes at a specific level (NQF levels of complexity and demand).
What is a National Qualifications Framework?
All qualifications are registered on the National Qualifications Framework, according to their level of complexity.

The NQF consists of a number of fields of learning, subfields and domains known as the NQF Classification System. Qualifications are placed on the NQF according to their level and an approved item from the NQF Classification System.

The NQF for Namibia has 10 levels and our sister organization, the Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) is the custodian of the NQF. The NQA has developed a level descriptor for each of the 10 levels.
What is a credit?
A credit is a measure of the quantum of learning recognized through qualifications and unit standards. One credit equates to 10 hours of notional learning time, which is inclusive of directed, and self-directed learning and assessment.
What is the involvement of industry and other stakeholders in development of unit standards?
Developing unit standards is an activity that sits firmly as a responsibility of the industry or profession that requires such qualifications for formal recognition and/or selection purposes.

The NTA as a national recognised body responsible for quality of Vocational Education and Training (VET) provision in Namibia coordinates the development of VET unit standards. However, the required technical input comes from the industry itself through various platforms of consultations as required by the NQF regulations.

It is an NQF requirement for the development processes to be inclusive of the meaningful involvement of relevant stakeholders and social partners and for the developing bodies to obtain support for, and preferably endorsement of the coverage and structure of developed/reviewed qualifications by such stakeholders and social partners.

Examples of stakeholders involved in the process of unit standard development may include, but are not limited to employers, employee organisations, education and training providers relevant to the sector, professional or registration associations and bodies, and relevant government departments and agencies.
Can any ‘body’ develop unit standards for registration on the NQF?
Unit standards) are normally registered on the NQF with a notion ‘National/Namibian’ or without.

In many cases, the development of unit standards will be prompted and overseen or managed by a national body (e.g. NTA) recognised by the NQA. A recognised national body must submit unit Standards carrying the term ‘National’ or ‘Namibia’ in its title. Those without that notion are often referred to as institution-specific and do not necessarily lead to recognition of attainment of learning at a national level.

A recognised national body would be one that has explicit credibility as being able to represent the interests of national stakeholders and relevant social partners.

The NTA can identify a representative group of an industry to spearhead the development of unit standards and qualifications in their sector with the NTA providing guidance to the process to ensure quality and adherence to NQF requirements. The body responsible for submission of such materials to the NQA will be the NTA.

Airconditioning & Refrigeration

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Automotive Electrical & Electronics

Automative Mechanics

Level 1
level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Carpentry Unit Standards

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Bricklaying

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Civil Society

Level 4
Level 5
Level 6

Clothing

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Crane Operating

Level 3 - Core
Level 3
Level 4

Electrotechology

Level 1
Level 2

Foundation Numeracy Skills

Hairdressing

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Heavy Equipment Operations

Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Hospitality and Tourism

Level 2
Level 3
ID1082Prepare, cook and assemble food for quick service.pdf
ID1085Freeze food for use in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID1088Operate a deep fat fryer in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID267Assist colleagues and provide service to guests.pdf
ID269Use English in written and oral form to perform duties.pdf
ID271Receive, store, and rotate stock and supplies and report on stocks.pdf
ID274Provide communication services as part of front office operations.pdf
ID275Receive and process reservations in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID276Provide reception services as part of front office operations.pdf
ID277Process financial transactions as part of front office operations.pdf
ID278Utilise basic computing skills as part of front office operations.pdf
ID279Process, file and retrieve hard copy documents.pdf
ID281Provide a lost and found and safe keeping service.pdf
ID282Promoteproducts,servicesandguestrelations.pdf
ID283Provide information on Namibia to guests in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID285Maintain the grounds in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID286Establish and maintain garden areas in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID287Care for pets in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID289Attend to guests as a house keeper in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID290Operate a laundry service onpremise and offpremise.pdf
ID291Process reservations for food and beverage service.pdf
ID292Practice food safety methods in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID293Apply food and beverage portion control in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID294Prepare and clear service areas in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID295Serve food and beverage to guests in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID296Provide buffet service in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID297Provide a carvery service in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID298Provide responsible service of alcoholic beverage at the table.pdf
ID299Prepare and serve nonalcoholic cold drinks.pdf
ID300Prepare and serve espressobased coffees and other hot beverages.pdf
ID301Provide room service in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID302Provide a takeaway food and beverage service.pdf
ID303Operate a bar in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID304Prepare and serve cocktails in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID305Clean and tidy bar areas in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID306Carry out routine cellar operations in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID307Develop and update food and beverage knowledge.pdf
ID308Plan to implement a menu for a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID310Knowledge of terminology used in food preparation and cookery.pdf
ID311Handle, clean and maintain knives in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID312Apply knowledge of basic nutrition in food preparation and service.pdf
ID313Setup and close down a food preparation area.pdf
ID314Prepare and presents and wiches in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID315Prepare, cook, and present appetisers and salads.pdf
ID316Prepare, cook, and present egg and diary dishes.pdf
ID317Prepare, cook, and present fruit and vegetable dishes.pdf
ID318Prepare, cook, and present rice, pasta and pulse dishes.pdf
ID319Prepare, cook, and present meat, poultry and fish dishes.pdf
ID320Prepare, bake, and present a range of bakery products.pdf
ID321Prepare and cook food using a range of cooking methods.pdf
ID324Perform and organise grounds maintenance.pdf
ID327Perform basic vehicle checks for safari and tour operations.pdf
ID328Operate and maintain a tour vehicle.pdf
ID329Respond to nonroutine house keeping situations.pdf
ID49Organise own work in a hospitality environment.pdf
ID503Apply first aid in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID505Prepare and cook stocks, sauces and soups.pdf
ID506Prepare and cook desserts and pastries.pdf
ID508Organise floral and other types of displays.pdf
ID522Contribute to work place improvements in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID54Provide porter services in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID55Provide courtesty transport for a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID550Oral communication in an Asian, African or European.pdf
ID56Clean guest rooms and public and service areas.pdf
Level 4
ID1080Prepare, cook and present international cuisine.pdf
ID1081Prepare, cook and present indigenous cuisine.pdf
ID1083Smoke food for use in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID1084Dry food for use in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID1086Make fruit and or vegetable preserves.pdf
ID1089Cook specialised baked products, desserts and pastries.pdf
ID280Supervise porter services in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID324Perform and organise grounds maintenance_Review.pdf
ID504Advise others on different cooking methods.pdf
ID507Prepare and present pate, terrines and galantines.pdf
ID509Implement work place health ,safety and security procedures.pdf
ID511Train staff in job skills in a hospitality establisment.pdf
ID512Implement work operations in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID513Maintain financial records and systems in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID517Facilitate effective work place relationships.pdf
ID518Supervise reservations in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID523Supervise laundry services in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID525Supervise food and beverage service as part of hospitality operations.pdf
ID526Plan and prepare menus that address the dietary, nutritional and cultural requirements.pdf
ID527Provide specialised food service in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID528Serve and provide specialist advice on wine.pdf
ID529Provide advanced service of beverages.pdf
ID530Organise and coordinate functions and events in a hospitality establishment.pdf
ID531Supervise buffet and banquet setup and service.pdf
ID532Monitor a food quality and food safety programme.pdf
ID533Cook specialised meat, poultry and game dishes.pdf
ID534Prepare and cook specialised fish and seafood dishes.pdf
ID535Plan, cost and control menubased catering.pdf
Level 5

Office Administration

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Joinery and Cabinet Making

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Metal Fabrication

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Plumbing

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Postal Services

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3

Road Construction

Level 1
Level 2
ID1013Repair bituminous road edge.pdf
ID1017Perform basic road marking tasks using hand brush or spray gun.pdf
ID1018Carryout RCM activities using a rotary broom.pdf
ID1019Start, relocate and shutdown large compaction equipment.pdf
ID1020Start, relocate and shutdown a back hoe loader.pdf
ID1021Assist in applying bituminous seal.pdf
ID1035Demonstrate knowledge of basic road construction works.pdf
ID1043Extinguish fire by means of basic.pdf
ID1044Read and interpret working drawings and specifications.pdf
ID1045Operate paint truck for carrying out road marking activities.pdf
ID705Batch and mix concrete by volume in road construction.pdf
ID706Demonstrate knowledge of internal disciplinary and gri.pdf
ID707Maintain records in road construction and...pdf
ID708Communicate in the road construction and maintenance i.pdf
ID709Identify maintain and erect traffic control signage a.pdf
ID710Undertake road construction and maintenance work using.pdf
ID711Carry out basic measurements and calculations for road.pdf
ID712Comply with health safety and environmental rules and.pdf
ID713Apply productivity principles in routine road construc.pdf
ID714Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of soils used in roa.pdf
ID715Demonstrate knowledge of plant used in road construction.pdf
ID720Construct kerbs and channels using precast products.pdf
ID721Repair precast concrete kerbs and channels on a road.pdf
ID723Demonstrate knowledge of starting up and running a bus.pdf
ID724Demonstrate knowledge of the construction industry com.pdf
ID808Establish customer relations in the community.pdf
ID809Handle and store hazardous material.pdf
ID810Install and maintain guard rails on a road construction site.pdf
ID811Control vegetation within the road reserve.pdf
ID812Install road studs.pdf
ID813Install road markers.pdf
ID814Carryout RCM activities using bitumen spray and roller equipment.pdf
ID815Repair potholes and cracks on bituminous road surfaces.pdf
ID816Mix slurry by mixer and apply.pdf
ID817Maintain and repair unsurfaced road shoulders.pdf
ID818Control vegetation by use of herbicides.pdf
ID819Carryout road construction and mainten an ceactivities using a mowing tractor.pdf
ID820Use a small selfpropelled compactor to compact material.pdf
ID821Install precast concrete pipes.pdf
ID822Install man holes and chambers on civil construction site.pdf
ID823Install and maintain rest area amenities.pdf
ID824Protectroadsidebanksurfaces.pdf
ID825Sample soil and gravel materials as part of materials testing operations.pdf
ID826Perform laboratory testing pertaining to soils and gravel.pdf
ID827Demonstrate knowledge of resources use in SME labour based operations.pdf
Level 3
ID1014Start, relocate and shutdown a frontend loader.pdf
ID1015Start, relocate and shutdown a dozer.pdf
ID1022Carryout activities in RCM using a grader.pdf
ID1023Carryout RCM activities using a back hoe loader.pdf
ID1025Transport large plant or truck using a lowbedtruck.pdf
ID1026Start, relocate and shutdown an excavator.pdf
ID1027Carry out RCM activities using an asphalt paving plant.pdf
ID1028Carryout RCM activities using a slurry truck.pdf
ID1029Carryout RCM activities using a chipspreader.pdf
ID1030Carryout RCM activities using a roller.pdf
ID1031Carryout RCM activities using a tipping semi trailer.pdf
ID1032Carryout RCM activities using a concrete transport truck.pdf
ID1033Process materials in a mobile screening plant.pdf
ID1034Operate a static crushing plant.pdf
ID1037Set out road marking work.pdf
ID1038Use GPS as part of a specified RCM activity.pdf
ID1039Carryout RCM activities using a mobile elevating work platform.pdf
ID1040Carryout road marking operations using a truck mounted road marking machine.pdf
ID1041Carryout road marking operations using a mechanical road painting machine.pdf
ID1042Carryout RCM activities using a milling machine.pdf
ID1135Process layer materials in road construction using a grader.pdf
ID1137Demonstrate knowledge of road construction and maintenance..pdf
ID1140Inspect Equipment and materials use by contractors in road construction and maintenance.pdf
ID1141Conduct Emergency maintenance arising during inspections of work and or road conditions..pdf
ID716Request materials tools and equipment in road constru.pdf
ID717Prepare and establish a temporary camp site in routine.pdf
ID718Apply quality standards and principles as part of rou.pdf
ID719Demonstrate knowledge of occupational health safety a.pdf
ID722Bladegravelroads.pdf
ID725Use business financial documents as a SME contractor.pdf
ID726Demonstrate knowledge of entrepreneurial qualities as.pdf
ID727Implement site administration on a construction site a.pdf
ID728Identify analyse and select potential work projects a.pdf
ID828Lead a team to achieve project outcome.pdf
ID829Apply bituminous seal.pdf
ID830Operate a grader.pdf
ID831Carryout RCM activities using a tip truck.pdf
ID832Carryout RCM activities using a dozer.pdf
ID833Carryout RCM activities using a front end loader.pdf
ID834Carryout RCM activities using a water distributor truck.pdf
ID835Carryout RCM activities using an articulated dump truck.pdf
ID836Carryout RCM activities using a bitumen disr truck.pdf
ID837Identify resources in road construction and maintenance.pdf
ID838Demonstrate knowledge of labour based systems and techniques.pdf
ID839Apply construction contract documentation.pdf
ID840Plan and prepare for labour based operations in RCMSME contracting.pdf
Level 4
Level 5

Process Plant Operation

Level 1
ID1399Demonstrate knowledge of handling and storing cyanide.pdf
ID1400Attend to heat exchangers.pdf
ID1401Determine relative density by means of adensity scale.pdf
ID1402Dispatch metallurgical process byproducts.pdf
ID1403Adsorb a dissolved metal.pdf
ID1404Make up a sodium cyanide solution in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1405Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation.pdf
ID1449Comply with health safety and environmental rules and regulations.pdf
ID1450Demonstrate knowledge of hazardous substances at a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1451Work around operating equipment in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1452Work around energy sources in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1453Demonstrate knowledge of hazard id and risk assess procedures pertain to process ops.pdf
ID1454Conducts a safety checks prior to equipment usage.pdf
ID1455Handle re agents as part of metallurgical process operations.pdf
ID1456Use and store engineering hand tools.pdf
ID1457Operate small plant and equipment.pdf
ID1458Apply operational maintenance skills.pdf
ID1459Operate and maintain convey or sata metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1460Operate and monitor valve system.pdf
ID1461Transfer bulk fluids into and out of storage facility.pdf
ID1462Conduct pump operations.pdf
ID1463Operate compressors in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1464Operate feeding system.pdf
ID1465Handle waste material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1466Operateairblowersystem.pdf
ID1467Demonstrate knowledge of activities related to metallurgical processing.pdf
ID1468Read and interpret information presented in tables, graphs, diagrams and charts.pdf
ID1469Apply a problem solving method to a situation.pdf
ID1470Operate a personal computer.pdf
ID1471Carry out basic work place calculations.pdf
ID1472Maintain site quality standards.pdf
ID1473Communicate in processing operations.pdf
ID1474Implement environmental initiatives as part of processing operations.pdf
ID1475Apply productivity principles in routine processing operations.pdf
ID1476Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation as part of processing operations.pdf
ID1477Work as a member of team in routine processing operations.pdf
ID1499Dispatch solid basemetals.pdf
ID1500Replace medium in a fluidised bed roaster.pdf
ID1501Load material into trucks by means of a loading station.pdf
ID1502Conduct calcinations activities.pdf
ID1503Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation as part of pyrometallurgy operations.pdf
ID1524Distribute tailings.pdf
ID1525Hands ort material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1526Convey material by means of a bucke televator.pdf
ID1527Operate an overbelt magnetic separator.pdf
ID1528Wash material by means of a rotary scrubber.pdf
ID1529Clarify a solution.pdf
ID1530Classify material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1531Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation as part of mineral processing operations.pdf
Level 2
ID1399Demonstrate knowledge of handling and storing cyanide.pdf
ID1400Attend to heat exchangers.pdf
ID1401Determine relative density by means of adensity scale.pdf
ID1402Dispatch metallurgical process byproducts.pdf
ID1403Adsorb a dissolved metal.pdf
ID1404Make up a sodium cyanide solution in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1405Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation.pdf
ID1449Comply with health safety and environmental rules and regulations.pdf
ID1450Demonstrate knowledge of hazardous substances at a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1451Work around operating equipment in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1452Work around energy sources in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1453Demonstrate knowledge of hazard id and risk assess procedures pertain to process ops.pdf
ID1454Conducts a safety checks prior to equipment usage.pdf
ID1455Handle re agents as part of metallurgical process operations.pdf
ID1456Use and store engineering hand tools.pdf
ID1457Operate small plant and equipment.pdf
ID1458Apply operational maintenance skills.pdf
ID1459Operate and maintain convey or sata metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1460Operate and monitor valve system.pdf
ID1461Transfer bulk fluids into and out of storage facility.pdf
ID1462Conduct pump operations.pdf
ID1463Operate compressors in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1464Operate feeding system.pdf
ID1465Handle waste material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1466Operateairblowersystem.pdf
ID1467Demonstrate knowledge of activities related to metallurgical processing.pdf
ID1468Read and interpret information presented in tables, graphs, diagrams and charts.pdf
ID1469Apply a problem solving method to a situation.pdf
ID1470Operate a personal computer.pdf
ID1471Carry out basic work place calculations.pdf
ID1472Maintain site quality standards.pdf
ID1473Communicate in processing operations.pdf
ID1474Implement environmental initiatives as part of processing operations.pdf
ID1475Apply productivity principles in routine processing operations.pdf
ID1476Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation as part of processing operations.pdf
ID1477Work as a member of team in routine processing operations.pdf
ID1499Dispatch solid basemetals.pdf
ID1500Replace medium in a fluidised bed roaster.pdf
ID1501Load material into trucks by means of a loading station.pdf
ID1502Conduct calcinations activities.pdf
ID1503Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation as part of pyrometallurgy operations.pdf
ID1524Distribute tailings.pdf
ID1525Hands ort material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1526Convey material by means of a bucke televator.pdf
ID1527Operate an overbelt magnetic separator.pdf
ID1528Wash material by means of a rotary scrubber.pdf
ID1529Clarify a solution.pdf
ID1530Classify material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1531Demonstrate mechanical awareness and plant appreciation as part of mineral processing operations.pdf
Level 3
ID1406Operate fluid mixing equipment.pdf
ID1407Conduct aeration operations.pdf
ID1408Conduct digestion operations.pdf
ID1409Handle reagents safely in a metallurgicalplant.pdf
ID1410Offload reagents into a storagefacility.pdf
ID1411Offload organic reagents into a storage facility.pdf
ID1412Regenerate organic solvent.pdf
ID1413Regenerate resin.pdf
ID1414Strip base metals from electrode blanks in an electrowinning process.pdf
ID1415 Neutralise waste streams in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1416Operate a demineralisation plant.pdf
ID1417Recover a mineral from ore by means of flotation.pdf
ID1418Reclaim and treat water in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1419Produce sulphuric acid by means of absorption.pdf
ID1420Clean sulphurdioxide gas.pdf
ID1421Drysulphurdioxide gas by means of absorption.pdf
ID1422Maintain the catalyst in a sulphur dioxide converter.pdf
ID1423Replace stellar filtercandles.pdf
ID1424Operate a drying plant.pdf
ID1425Operate pipeline stations and equipment.pdf
ID1426Conduct precipitation operations in a metallurgicalplant.pdf
ID1427Control the pH level in a metallurgical process.pdf
ID1428Leach metal bearing material in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1429Filter liquids from solids in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1430Strip precious metal from carbon.pdf
ID1431Extract metal from a solution by means of solvent extraction.pdf
ID1432Absorb chlorine gas in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1433Operate and monitor boiler steam and water cycle.pdf
ID1434Conduct electrometallurgy operations(Recovered).pdf
ID1435Conduct elution processes.pdf
ID1436Shut down a sulphur dioxide gas sytem form a intena nce.pdf
ID1437Monitor and control the sulphuric acid production process.pdf
ID1438Generate sulphur trioxide gas by means of a catalytic converting process.pdf
ID1478Apply hazard identification and risk assessment procedures in the workplace.pdf
ID1479Control work place hazardous substances.pdf
ID1480Demonstrate knowledge of regulatory requirements p.pdf
ID1481Demonstrate knowledge of inter lock and shut down sequence.pdf
ID1482Use and maintain portable engineering power tools.pdf
ID1483Transfer fluids by means of a pump.pdf
ID1484Operate auxiliary plant and equipment.pdf
ID1485Conducts ampling in a metallurgical process.pdf
ID1486Request materials, tools and equpment as part of process plant operations.pdf
ID1487Apply knowledge of sustainable management practices in the work place.pdf
ID1488Operate and control recycable water systems in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1489Perform basic tests as part of metallurgical operations.pdf
ID1504Conduct dispatch operations.pdf
ID1505Bulk package and store product.pdf
ID1506Control water quality in a cooling system.pdf
ID1507Handle bulk oxygen safely in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1508Offload liquefied gas into storage faciltiy.pdf
ID1509Remove air borned us tby means of a bag filter.pdf
ID1510Remove air borne pollutants by means of a scrubber.pdf
ID1511Produce metal barby means of a casting process.pdf
ID1512Conduct roasting operations in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1513Conduct blending operations.pdf
ID1514Tap furnaces.pdf
ID1515Remove impurities from molten metal by means of a converting process.pdf
ID1515Remove impurities from molten metal.pdf
ID1516Operate furnaces.pdf
ID1517Load a charge into a furnace.pdf
ID1518Control molten metal in a holding furnace.pdf
ID1532Operate a tailings disposal system.pdf
ID1533Break over size rock.pdf
ID1534Conduct stacker operations.pdf
ID1535Treat and dispose of rejects and tailings.pdf
ID1536Perform size separation in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1537Control feed distribution by means of a mobile system.pdf
ID1538Handle cyanide solids safely in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1539Handle liquid cyanide safely in a metallurgicalplant.pdf
ID1540Maintain grinding medium load in a mill.pdf
ID1541Neutralise cyanide spillage.pdf
ID1542Reline a mill within scope of own responsibility.pdf
ID1543Separate material by means of a magneticseparator.pdf
ID1544Operate screens in a metallurgicalplant.pdf
ID1545Operate a crushing plant.pdf
ID1546Control quality of aggregate produced by mobile and static plant.pdf
ID1547Conduct stock pile reclaiming operations.pdf
ID1548Make up a heavy medium suspension in a metallurgical plant.pdf
ID1549Perform gravity concentration in a metallurgicalplant.pdf
ID1550Produce back fill from waste slurry.pdf
ID1551Carry out acid treatment of carbon.pdf
ID1552Operate an xray sorter.pdf
ID1553Construct a tailings dam catwalk.pdf
ID1554Control an ore storage and transport system.pdf
ID1555Control medium density in adensemedium separationprocess.pdf
ID1556Grind and mill material in a metallurgicalplant.pdf
ID1557Conduct densemedium separation.pdf
ID1558Process lime products.pdf
ID1559Conduct thicken ing and clarifying process in a metallurgical plant.pdf
Level 4

Rigging

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4

Tour Guiding

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4