Leadership Announcement

Resources Training Council Chief Executive Officer, Rodo De Boer, has announced he is resigning from his role as CEO.


I am writing to inform all supporters of the Resources Training Council that our CEO, Rodo De Boer, has accepted an opportunity back in Industry and unfortunately will finish with Resources Training Council in the position of CEO in January 2023.

Although this will be a significant loss for the Resources Training Council, it is an excellent opportunity for Rodo to move back into a senior role within the Resources Industry.  Rodo will remain an active contributor of the Resources Training Council moving forward and on behalf of the Executive, we wish Rodo all the very best in his new endeavour.

Advertising for a suitable replacement will commence immediately. I believe that there are suitable candidates within our network, and I welcome applications from persons that may be interested in leading the future direction of the organisation. Further updates will be provided as we transition through the recruitment process.

Russell Moon

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Industry Partnership Announcement

Introducing the Executive Committee elected at our AGM in November

We welcome the new committee and the operational team look forward to working with them over the next 3 years to continue to provide member benefits and drive the quality of training in the industry.


As 2020 moves towards its close, the team at RTC are getting ready for a short break to recharge the batteries and prepare ourselves for an exciting 2021.

Whether you are working through or, like us, taking time off stay safe and we’ll see you in the New Year.

Training Package Update

PwC’s Skills for Australia has announced that the following training products are now available online, following endorsement from the Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) Emergency Response Sub-Committee:

✅ Deliver E-Learning Skill Set (TAESS00018)
✅ TAE Implementation Guide

Skills Organisaitons

Skills Organisations, an initiative of the Australian Government to strengthen the role of industry in the vocational education and training (VET) sector, have been established for Digital Skills, Human Services and Mining. You can access the first update with the latest news and developments at http://ow.ly/rES350BEYHi

RTC is proud to be part of the working group for the Mining Pilot and look forward to contributing to its success.

Miners Memorial Service

The Miners Memorial Service is being streamed live on Facebook and LinkedIn today at 10:30 am. Join the service to pay your respects to our colleagues who are no longer with us.

National Skills Weeks

National Skills Week, to be held from 24-30 August 2020, is a nationwide program of events dedicated to raising the profile and status of vocational learning, promoting industry and career pathways.

Resources Safety & Health Queensland

Resources Safety & Health Queensland are the new independent regulator putting the safety & health of Queensland resource sector workers first.

Follow them to keep up to date with the latest information. https://lnkd.in/g7gfhK2

RTC welcomes the independent regulator and looks forward to working with them to ensure training delivered in the industry ensures the protection of the safety and health of workers and the community.

Conference Earlybird Registrations

Earlybird registrations are now open! Our two-day conference, will be held at The Emporium Hotel, South Bank in Brisbane on 24 – 25 May 2021 and focuses on driving quality training with the key objective of driving improvement in skilling and training to ensure that all resource industry workers go home safely every shift.