Course Duration: 2 days
Places: 5 (note this course needs one more candidates to run)
Venue: Betws y Coed area
Director: Gethin Thomas
This 2 day course will covers the Local Mine Leader Award syllabus which is available to download by clicking here.
During the course candidates will look at the skills required to lead groups in horizontal mine systems under the LCMLA scheme. During the 2 days the course will cover an outline of the LCMLA scheme, geology and mining processes associated with both metal and stone mines with a particular emphasis on those found in North Wales, risk identification and management, navigation underground, personal and group kit, and simple rope techniques through a series of classroom and practical sessions, including at least 2 trips underground.
There are no prerequisites to attending this training course, other than registering with the BCA LCMLA scheme (which must be completed before attending), however candidates should be comfortable exploring underground to get the most out of the 2 days.
Candidates should provide their own lunch and personal protective equipment for the course, including appropriate helmet and light, broad/load bearing belt and cows tails (made up of good quality dynamic rope). Replacement rope for cows tails will be available to purchase during the course, but please get in touch in advance so we can get these for you. Candidates should also be prepared to travel to various sites in their own transport.
You can book a slot directly with me here, or alternatively through the BCAs Qualification Management System once you’ve access to the system by searching for course 341 or clicking here.