Associated Non Technical Skills (ANTS)

Associated Non Technical Skills (ANTS) Workshop – Mining Industry

This workshop will give workers; supervisors; managers from the mining industry the knowledge and confidence you need to in relation to:

  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Decision Making
  • Situational Awareness
Leadership Performance Partners - Mining sector

Associated non-technical skills (ANTS) are the cognitive, social and personal resource skills that complement technical skills and contribute to safe and efficient task performance in the mining industry.

Competence in ANTS enables all who work in the mining industry to interact effectively. Research relating to incidents in high risk industry sectors such as aviation, medicine, oil and gas, and mining indicates that the failure of work systems to produce the WHS outcomes often result from inadequacy of ANTS. (Source: NSW Resources Regulator)

The ANTS workshop provides 6 ½ hours of recognised learning required for the maintenance of competence scheme, a requirement to keep the knowledge and skills up-to-date of individuals who hold a practising certificate to exercise specific statutory functions in the mining industry.

Among those who should attend are:

  • Step Up Supervisors
  • Supervisors and Team Leaders
  • Open Cut Examiners
  • Deputies
  • Under Managers
  • Superintendents
  • Managers

The ANTS Workshop covers 5 key development areas identified by the NSW Resources Regulator.

Communication

The communications skills required of a workplace leader; barriers to effective communication; presentations skills (Toolbox Talks); perception and bias effect; the impact of words

Situational Awareness

Perception and using your senses; understanding and creating a mental picture; thinking ahead – projection; identifying when there is a lack of situational awareness; regaining situational awareness

Decision making

Applying decision making process; consideration of risk when considering options; the 6 Step Approach to High Risk Decision Making; team engagement when making decisions; strategic thinking

Leadership

The attributes of effective leaders; leadership role models; leadership styles and the need for situational leadership; your ‘leadership brand’

Teamwork

The 4 Stages of Team Performance; providing feedback; above and below the line behaviours; DISC behavioural profiles; team culture

All participants receive a manual with workshop information; key learnings and templates for use back in the workplace.

Our workshops are highly interactive requiring participants to complete individual activities; group scenarios and role plays. Therefore, group sizes are capped at 12 people.

FAQs

Beyond the many learnings you will take away from the workshop, you will receive a Participant Guide that provides relevant information in relation to the ANTS content and to use as back in the workplace.

We believe that a capped attendance allows us to provide our attendees with the most valuable experience. This creates the best learning setting that allows us to go through relevant case studies and answer any questions you might have. Our goal is to provide the tools and understandings you need to take what you’ve learnt and deliver it in the workplace, and we believe a more personalised and smaller workshop setting best achieves that.

Leadership & Performance Partners is committed to working with you and your business to develop programs that are suited to your needs, people and business environment.

For further information please contact Leadership & Performance Partners by any of the following options:

Email: info@leadershipandperformance.com.au

Phone: Ross Grace 0423 619162 or Mark Maguire 0458 526670

Complete the Contact Form in our ‘Contact’ section and we will respond to your enquiry.

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