Training and Courses

Supervisor Education Program

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An employer at a Mine or Quarry, shall ensure that supervisory and manager positions are holders of valid Alberta Mine Safety Association certificates. Supervisory Education Program certificates verify that the supervisor/manager is knowledgeable in applicable health and safety regulations for their area of responsibility as identified by the company.

Certificates are awarded to candidates only after successful completion of the 4 modules and final exam. The course typically takes 4-6 hours to complete.

Upon purchasing the course or using a voucher, studetns will have 3 months to complete the course and 3 attempts at the final exam.

User Guides
Guide for Registering New Users With a Membership
Student User Guide
Guide for Registering New Users Without a Membership

For members the course costs $175.
For non members the cost is $400.

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Blasting Course

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Blasting is a process at many of our member mine sites. AMSA wanted to create a course to help blasters, supervisors and mine owners. We launched this course in June 2020.

Students will be pre-assigned our Blasting Course after they complete the Supervisor Education Program. Is it up to the employer to mandate this training.

The course is comprised of  4 modules and a final exam. There is no cost for this course.

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Mine Rescue Train the Trainer

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Our Mine Rescue Train the Trainer course is our only in-class training program. This course is typically held in Edmonton or Fort McMurray. The course is free - students are responsible for travel, accommodations and meals.

Individuals Registering For the Course Must:

  • Work directly for an Alberta Mine Safety Association member company.
  • Have valid Supervisor Education Program certificate (SEP).
  • Have current Alberta Mine Rescue certification.
  • 3 years minimum experience as active Mine Rescue Team member or emergency response experience.
  • Valid Medical First Responders certification or higher.

Option to Challenge the Course:

Individuals with NFPA Level 1 with proof of certification will be able to challenge the course providing they pass the written exam, meet the above criteria and complete a presentation on a specified topic.

Due to Covid-19 we have cancelled all Train the Trainer courses until further notice.

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