To be awarded the PMC50116 Diploma of Manufactured Mineral Products competency must be achieved in ten (10) units of competency:
four (4) core units of competency
six (6) elective units of competency from Groups A and B, chosen as specified below.
A minimum of two (2) specialist elective units must be chosen from Group A
The balance of units, to a maximum of four (4), may be drawn from Group A or Group B to bring the total number of electives to six (6).
Up to three (3) of the elective units of competency can be chosen from other qualifications in this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, as specified in Groups A and B.
Note: Where prerequisite units apply, these must be counted in the total number of units required for achievement of the qualification.
Core units of competency
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
Achieve work outcomes
Process and record information
Elective units of competency
Group A - Specialist electives
Optimise production systems
Provide operational expertise to a project team
Control the process in abnormal situations
Determine energy transfer loads
Determine mass transfer loads
Plan plant shutdown
Coordinate plant shutdown
Review and analyse production trials and specify retrials
Analyse equipment performance
Choose materials for an application
Up to one (1) specialist elective unit may be chosen from Group A in PMC60116 Advanced Diploma of Manufactured Mineral Products.
Group B - Other elective units
Manage installation and commissioning of equipment and systems
Interpret technical drawing
Prepare basic engineering drawing
Apply statistics to operational processes
Undertake proactive maintenance analyses
Assist in implementing a proactive maintenance strategy
Manage relationships with non-customer external organisations
Manage people relationships
Manage workplace learning
Manage 5S system in an organisation
Implement improvement systems in an organisation
Determine and improve process capability
Develop the application of enterprise systems in an organisation
Determine and establish information collection requirements and processes
Develop and manage sustainable energy practices
Develop a proactive maintenance strategy
Develop strategies for more sustainable use of resources
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
Maintain the workplace WHS management system
Trial new process or product
Review procedures to minimise environmental impact of process
Manage complex projects
Up to two (2) relevant units of competency may be chosen from this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, where those units are packaged in Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma.