RESA - Unearthing Skills Solutions

FAQs

FAQs

Is RESA a membership organisation?

RESA is not a membership based organisation and does not offer membership subscriptions. RESA's purpose is to improve the capability and efficiency of the mining, energy and related supply chain companies that comprise the resources sector, by developing their workforce to enable them, to be productive and effectively realise resources opportunities for the benefit of South Australia. RESA offers a eNews service, which can be subscribed to at no cost, register now.

How can my mining company receive workforce development advice from RESA?

RESA offers tailor made workforce and organisational development consultancy services. To organise a discussion please contact RESA.

How do I receive resources sector updates from RESA?

RESA emails industry updates on a regular basis to those keen to be kept up to date on resources sector skills and workforce issues. Subscribe to RESA's free eNews service.

Can RESA help me find a mining job?

At RESA we often hear this question and to answer it we've created a dedicated website for those seeking careers in mining.  The website has a catchy name - Hot Rubble - and contains searchable information specifically tailored to school leavers, graduates and workers in other industries looking to get a foothold in the resources sector. Hot Rubble has information on the 20 operational major mine sites in South Australia, information on the pipeline of jobs on offer, and, most importantly, all the qualifications and their associated salary information.

Staff at my mining company would benefit from up-skilling - can RESA help?

There are a wide range of funding programs to support organisation's workforce development needs. RESA is pleased to be able to support organisations in identifying the most appropriate funding opportunities that best address training and skill needs.  Please contact us at RESA for more in-depth information on funding opportunities.

Does RESA have resources sector workforce statistics?

RESA has undertaken comprehensive research and analysis of the current and projected workforce requirements for approved for operation resources projects in South Australia and produced several reports and publications
Completed reports can be purchased from RESA, if you have specific reporting requirements please talk to us about tailoring a custom solution, contact RESA.

Does RESA operate nationally?

RESA's main focus is in South Australia but it has interstate clients and is pleased to take inquiries from interstate companies.

Is RESA a registered training organisation?

RESA is not a registered training organisation and does not deliver accredited training however through a number of our programs

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