MSHA Part 48 Surface New Miner Online Training

$499 USD per person

 

Course Outline

 

The training plan for this virtual classroom course is approved by MSHA. At completion students will obtain the 5000-23 form to work on a mine site.

$499 USD per person

For immediate assitance please call 844-468-6742 during business hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m PST.

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Disclaimer: Training sessions start at 6:00AM and end at 2:00PM PST. Please note your credit card will be charged before your class start date. Vivid Learning Systems can reschedule a training date up until 24 hours before the beginning of a session. Any cancellations must be done 24 hours before the scheduled training. No refunds will be offered for failure to reschedule or cancel within 24 hours of the training. Inappropriate behavior during virtual training session is subject to removal with no refund. English language proficiency required for Part 48 New Miner training.

Should you have any questions regarding MSHA training online, please email Kendrick Gilbert or call 1-844-468-6742.

Groups Discounts: Groups of 25 students or more qualify for special discounts. Not only will your group benefit from reduced pricing, we will also work with you to arrange a private session . This option provides the training your team needs to work on a mine site, but also provides a positive team building opportunity. Our instructors will ensure your group is engaged throughout the training session. For group bookings please call our MSHA specialists at our toll-free line at 1-844-468-6742, or emails us at sales@learnatvivid.com.  When we speak with you, we will learn more about your training plans, mine site and training documentation to ensure that we can secure seats for your group, and take advantage of our any special discounts.

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MSHA Part 48 New Miner Online Training

I know that this program is suppose to teach us about safety but by far I have learned so much with this class I think it will help me change the way I do things while on the job. Thank You!—Anonymous Worker, October 2015