We provide training in biological, chemical, physical and legal metrology which you can now enrol and pay for online via our secure payment system.
NMI is a registered training organisation (RTO code 91419) and we offer assessment for people who want to have their skills recognised. Click here for our training provider details. Participants who meet the requirements of an assessment are awarded a nationally recognised statement of attainment.
Refer to the Participants Handbook for an overview of our services, key policies, rights and responsibilities. You should also view our terms and conditions.
On request we organise in-house customised training or you can click here for training run by NATA.
For further information; email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 02 8467 3796 or complete our online feedback form.
Our courses start at 9 am and end by 5 pm and include refreshments, lunch and learning material.
For those who are paying by purchase order, download and complete the enrolment form (DOCX 116KB). Send your completed enrolment form to email@example.com.
To enrol and pay online, click on the course name below.
For those who are paying by purchase order, you will need to download and complete the enrolment form (DOCX 116KB). Send your completed enrolment form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MSL925002 Analyse measurements and estimate uncertainties(includes MSL924001 Process and interpret data)
MSL904001 Perform standard calibrationsMSL905001 Perform non-standard calibrationsMSL933004 Perform calibration checks on equipment and assist with its maintenance
For those who are paying by purchase order, you will need to download and complete theenrolment form. Send your completed enrolment form to NMIAdministrator@measurement.gov.au.
You can now register and pay for training and assessment online via our secure payment system.
Assessment provides a pathway for people who work in pressure, mass, humidity or electrical calibration laboratories or who test temperature controlled enclosure to develop their knowledge and skills. The assessment involves practical work in the form of a measurement audit or case study and a written assessment. The assessment recognises your competence against relevant performance criteria related to your work.
Assessment is aligned to the following unit/s of competency from the MSL40109 Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques and the MSL50109 Diploma of Laboratory Technology:
To be assessed as competent you will need to collect a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates you can perform to the required standard. Once you have been assessed as competent, you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for each completed unit.
Read the Physical Metrology Assessment Process and ensure you have practical experience that allows you to generate evidence.
For those who are paying by purchase order, you will need to download and complete theenrolment form. Send your completed enrolment form to email@example.com.
Choose the recognition kit/s appropriate to your area from the list below. The links below will take you to our online shop.
For those who are paying by purchase order, you will need to download and complete the enrolment form. Send your completed form to NMIAdministrator@measurement.gov.au.
Q1. Can you confirm the procedures for having all my nominated employees assessed through the recognition process?
A. The procedures for recognising competencies are detailed in the recognition kit instructions.
Q2. Can new employees or those who have not undertaken specific verifications in recent years still be assessed as competent?
A. Yes. It is possible for new employees to be assessed as competent, based on the evidence presented. Any prior experience relevant to the assessment of an individual’s competency will be considered as part of the recognition process. Experience gained during the individual’s training period will also be considered as evidence.
Q3. Can the documentation and processes for recognising competencies be simplified?
A. NMI has been implementing changes to the recognition process and the recognition kits to help streamline enrolments.
Q4. Is NMI able to provide training courses for small groups of three to four people?
A. Five attendees are generally required for a course to be delivered. However, a consultancy can be arranged for any number of participants. For additional information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.