Covid-19 Update: We are fully operational. Find out how we can help you now…

MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR EXPERIENCEBook A Free Assessment

Mining RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning)

Convert your experience into qualifications that demonstrate your versatility and adaptability.

With the Australian mining sector on the move, now is a great time to get into the industry, or move up if you are already working in mining.

iMinco reports the current average mining salary as $123,844 and predicts a ‘huge year for mining’.

RPL for Mining is for you if you want to:

  • Get promoted if you currently work in mining
  • Use your experience in other industries to enter the mining industry
  • Demonstrate the transferability of your skills to move to a new industry

Top 3 Qualifications
for Mining

Many people have been asking us for our recommendation on the best qualifications for a career in mining.

Our recommendations are based on mining requirements and remuneration, but also on work/life balance and career flexibility.

Because in our experience the most useful qualification is one that demonstrates your versatility and adaptability so that you are always equipped to respond proactively to change – whether that be in your current role or industry, or the ability to change industries as opportunities present.

Top 3 Qualifications for Mining

More Information About
Mining RPL Processes and Fees

Fees & Payment

RPL Process

Nationally Recognised Qualifications

Case Studies

Gone Bush to Running the Show

Jeremy converted half a lifetime of bottom up vocational mining skill to an impressive list of qualifications all the way up to graduate diplomas. Now he’s running the show!

Read More

How Robert used RPL to Get his Dream Job

After working in a high-pressure management position, Robert Boyd secured qualifications through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and his past experience and landed a rewarding mining construction role.

Read More

An Army Combat Medic Transitions to Mining

Neville converted a decade of military service into qualifications that allowed him to transition into a lucrative and satisfying mining career.

Read More

Still got questions?

Check Out Our Q&A Videos