RIICCM202E Identify, locate and protect underground services

Course Durations
1 day
Course Price
WA Fee: $429

WA Fee with CTF subsidy: $181 

No eligibility criteria applies to this course.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to identify, locate and protect underground services in civil construction.

It applies to those working in operational roles and overseeing construction work. They generally work under supervision and hold some responsibility for identifying, locating and protecting underground services.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Carey Training Leadership

Executive Leadership

Daniel Tucker AM -  Managing Director

Daniel is a Wongatha/Mirning man from the Goldfields region of WA. He received and Order of Australia (AM) medal for his significant service to the Mining Industry and to the Indigenous Community in 2020.

He is a highly respected and successful Aboriginal leader and businessman. He is currently the Managing Director and owner of Carey Group, a 100% Aboriginal business founded in 1995.

Daniel was one of twelve inaugural members of the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council.

Daniel has over 28 years experience in the mining industry having held executive in both ASX listed and private companies.

He is passionate about Aboriginal community development and is the Founder and Chairman of the Carey Education Trust and has previously served on the Council of Curtin University.

Daniel is a former Director of the Commonwealth Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC)

Raphael Poole FAIM, General Manager - Training

Raphael is a strong advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community engagement to create new horizons for Indigenous people through business, engaging with State and Federal Governments, and at executive level with clients to campaign for better environmental and social governance.

Over her working life Raphael has developed high-level skills in the interpretation of legislation, investigation, human resource management, communication, correspondence, audit management, negotiation, problem solving and conflict management, complemented by a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, gained over 20 years in Corporate banking and Australian education sectors.

Raphael has extensive experience in the Australian Vocational Education and Training sector in the areas of; academic management, learning resource development, on-line management systems and integrations, administration management, recruitment and people management, quality and compliance management and Government funding and loan scheme management.

Raphael is wholly dedicated to mentoring and training others to achieve success and to improve productivity and effectiveness in business.   

Senior Leadership

Jamie Kritharas - State Manager - SA & WA

Jamie Kritharas joined Carey Training in November 2011 and brought with him a wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise relating to the leadership of registered training organisation operations and associated compliance matters, and as a change manager and agent for the introduction and implementation of new policies, procedures and systems to enhance business operations across many facets.

Acquiring a high level of business acumen and intelligence around identifying and realising commercial opportunities, Jamie is a strong and progressive leader of individuals, teams, and organisations, and possesses high level skills relating to relationship building with clients, strategic initiatives to expand operations in line with identified opportunities, and as an industry leader providing tailored advice to organisations in order to assist them with achieving workforce development requirements.

At Carey Training, Jamie’s role includes the provision of effective leadership for the SA business, including the management and delivery of its programs, management and oversight of financial, human resources and administrative operations, conception and implementation of the organisation’s strategic goals and objectives, and implementation of the organisation’s quality management and continuous improvement systems.

Utilising his 25 years of experience in Senior Management roles, Jamie works closely with tier 1 organisations in the general and civil construction sectors, fostering strong relationships and assisting organisations with the conception and delivery of bespoke solutions to meet their immediate and future workforce development needs, particularly in the area of Indigenous workforce engagement and participation, and traineeship and apprenticeship outcomes.

A strategic and conceptual thinker, with a strong outcomes and solutions focused approach, Jamie has initiated and fostered long lasting and mutually beneficial business relationships with private and public sector organisations. He has significantly expanded Carey Training’s footprint, particularly in the field of Corrective Services where Carey Training, in partnership with Workskil Australia, run multiple industry-acclaimed pioneering and award-winning pre-employment training programs.

Margaret Styles - National Compliance Manager

Margaret commenced with Carey Training in February 2022 as the National Compliance Manager, responsible for academic strengthening and continuous improvement of the Registered Training Organisation and Group Training Organisation. Margaret brings a range of experiences in Vocational Education and Training compliance, people management and project management, from Australia and the Pacific.

Margaret recent experience includes working as a Business Development Officer for TAFE Queensland in Cairns, responsible for industry engagement and collaboration with industry, government and community, including numerous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander councils and corporations.

Prior to COVID-19, Margaret was employed as a Training Coordinator for Australian Pacific Training Coalition (APTC), which is an Australian Aid program managed by TAFE Queensland. Originally based in Fiji, Margaret was responsible for the project co-ordination and quality assurance of the Leadership & Management and Training & Assessment courses across APTC campuses. This role included the implementation of the capacity development framework, with a focus of education sustainability on the national TVET trainers in the Pacific region.

Prior to leaving Australia Margaret was the RTO Manager for Schrole ETAS in Perth, responsible for the leadership of the training team, managing the compliance and accountable for the strategic development and growth of the RTO.

Margaret is currently completing Master of Adult and Vocational Education, with a focus on increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners’ participation and competition in VET. Margaret is dedicated to accessible and flexible VET education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners, seeking to empower, inspire and motivate learners to their full potential, with memorable learning experiences.

Carolyn Slee - Accountant

Carolyn joined Carey Training back in 2012 and has worked in finance and financial management for over 30 years, with approximately 15 of those years managing financial operations of organisation's working within the civil construction and vocational educational sectors. Born and bred in Port Augusta, her family owned a civil construction business for over 35 years, where she worked in her parents’ business for 5 of those years.

In her role, Carolyn assists and provides advice to management with regards to the financial operations of Carey Training. Reporting to senior management, her duties include the production of timely financial reports for internal and external stakeholders, preparation of acquittals and other financial statements and reports required by third party funding authorities across multiple states, territories, and jurisdictions, reviewing monthly operating results and provision of advice to internal budget holders and State Managers to assist them in managing results, and assisting with operational requirements by providing financial solutions when required.

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