114-190 Canning Street
Rockhampton Queensland 4700
Level of study: Postgraduate
The Graduate Certificate in Fatigue Risk Management is a postgraduate course that aims to develop a comprehensive set of skills and knowledge relating to managing the risks associated with fatigue. The course is designed for, but not exclusive to, people currently working in the industry. The units are run by online study and provide blended staff-guided learning including both online engagement and face-to-face interactions.
As a student in the course, you will learn about safety and accident phenomenology, human factors and fatigue risk management.
Upon completion, you may continue your learning by enrolling in the Graduate Diploma of Occupational Health & Safety or the Master of Safety Science (Major) to further specialise in Human Factors Engineering, Accident Forensics, Risk Engineering, Transport Safety Management or Emergency Services Safety Management. By choosing either of these options you will gain full credit for completed studies.
You will have an opportunity
Students are required to successfully complete three units.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND OUTCOMES
Recent developments in safety regulation mean that there are very good employment prospects for graduates of the course. Fatigue has recently been classified as an identifiable work-related hazard and organizations in certain industry sectors are now required to present a fatigue management plan under relevant legislation. Preparation of a fatigue risk management plans in aviation, rail, road and mining will require an appropriately qualified individual to assist in the design, implementation and evaluation of this plan. In addition, regulatory agencies tasked with approving fatigue risk management plans will require appropriately trained and knowledgeable professionals.
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Rockhampton City Campus114-190 Canning Street
Students are required to possess
Students applying on the basis of experience may be required to provide evidence of writing skills.
IELTS Academic - Overall 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5); TOEFL (internet-based) - Overall 75 (with no score less than 17), PTE Academic - Overall 54 (with no score less than 46), CAE and CPE - Overall 169 (with no band less than 154).