** ZOOM ** QR3.2 SAFELY ACCESS THE RAIL CORRIDOR (SARC) & TLIF0020

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider‚ in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies‚ procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety‚ It involves accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements‚ carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.


**This course is valid for personnel looking to work on the Queensland Rail Network.
QR3.2 SARC course duration is up to 8 hours.

**You must have an RIW number prior to attending the class.  To create an RIW number, please click here.

TLIF2010 - Apply Fatigue Management Strategies is delivered as a stand along course to QR3.2.  Please refer to our website for available course dates or contact our office **

This workshop is completed online via a zoom session. Requirements for successfully attending this workshop are as follows:

  • Individual laptop or desktop computer with a webcam
  • Reliable internet connection
  • Google Chrome
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Email address
* Please note:  price includes postage

2022 Rule Changes to the TA20 – ARTC Code of Practice for the Victorian Main Line Operations

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Accessing the rail corridor induction (NSW TFNSW SX52)

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the Sydney metropolitan area rail corridor as part of their role.  It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider, in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.  This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of operating in a rail environment


**THIS COURSE IS VALID FOR PERSONNEL LOOKING TO WORK ON THE SYDNEY TRAINS NETWORK**

 

Adelaide Metropolitan Passenger Rail Network (AMPRN) Induction

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This course is an induction training package designed for individuals wanting to work on the Adelaide Metro Passenger Rail Network (AMPRN).

The Safely Access The Rail Corridor (SARC) - Metro course outlines the key hazards of operating in the rail environment and, gives learners the skills and knowledge to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor.

This version of the course is contextualised for light and heavy rail, train and tram, and involves electrical awareness for people wanting to work on or around these networks.

This course is suitable for individuals with no prior rail industry experience.

Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply fatigue management strategies within the transport and logistics industry. Work is undertaken in compliance with relevant legislation‚ regulations‚ codes and guidelines.

It includes identifying and acting on signs of fatigue and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities‚ in particular when operating equipment, trains, vehicles, load shifting equipment, etc


** You may also require the course QR3.2 - Safely Access the Rail Corridor to work within the Queensland Rail Network.  Please refer to our website for available course dates or contact our office **

Apply personal and equipment lockouts for rolling stock

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Apply safety critical communications in the rail environment

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This course is designed to develop and further increase participant’s communication and negotiation skills across the rail industry and improve safety critical communications behaviours.

This course will revise, refresh and reset your existing skills in communication and practice applying effective safety critical communications behaviours to the rail industry.
 

Apply Track Fundamentals

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This course involves understanding the fundamentals of track maintenance and construction and carrying out basic track measurements in accordance with approved standards‚ safeworking and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It includes identifying track terminology, track components and track tools and equipment, and undertaking basic track measurement. 

While the unit of competency provided in this course is nationally recognised, additional network-specific training or induction may be required before you are able to work on some networks.

Apply Track Fundamentals

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This course involves understanding the fundamentals of track maintenance and construction and carrying out basic track measurements in accordance with approved standards‚ safeworking and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It includes identifying track terminology, track components and track tools and equipment, and undertaking basic track measurement. 

While the unit of competency provided in this course is nationally recognised, additional network-specific training or induction may be required before you are able to work on some networks.

Apply Track Fundamentals

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This course involves understanding the fundamentals of track maintenance and construction and carrying out basic track measurements in accordance with approved standards, safeworking and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It includes identifying track terminology, track components and track tools and equipment, and undertaking basic track measurement. 

While the unit of competency provided in this course is nationally recognised, additional network-specific training or induction may be required before you are able to work on some networks.

ARTC TA20 Handsignaller

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This qualification is intended for people who want a career in the rail industry performing Lookout Working and Handsignalling duties. 

These duties may include protecting worksites, obstructions and defective fixed signals on the managed Victorian Rail Network and other associated tasks covered by the ARTC TA20 Rules and Operating Procedures for the Victorian main line rail network.

ARTC Track Awareness

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ARTC National Track Safety Awareness is an induction training package specifically designed for persons working in the ARTC Network.

This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies, procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety and to operate under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures, including accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.

 

ARTC/Vline Safely Access the Rail Corridor (SARC)

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider‚ in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies, procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety, operating under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It involves accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.

This course is valid for workers working in the Victorian rail networks outside the Metropolitan area of Melbourne.

ARTC/Vline Safely Access the Rail Corridor (SARC)

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider‚ in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies‚ procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety, operating under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It involves accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.

This course is valid for workers working in the Victorian rail networks outside the Metropolitan area of Melbourne.

Category 3 Rail Medical

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Workers in this category are also known as non-safety critical workers. Often referred to as Around the Track Personnel, these workers are responsible for their own safety and the safety of fellow workers. A medical  assessment will check the ability of a worker to walk in the rail corridor, work under supervision and identify and move to a safe place.

This medical includes an assessment of:

  • Hearing (up to 2000 Hz)
  • Vision
  • Mobility
  • Drug & Alcohol screen.
This medical is valid from the date of the issue until the employee reaches 40 years of age. After the age of 40, a medical renewal is required every 5 years.

The Category 3 Rail Medical is the minimum requirement to work within the Rail Corridor.
 

Category 3 Rail Medical_QLD

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Workers in this category are also known as non-safety critical workers. Often referred to as Around the Track Personnel‚ these workers are responsible for their own safety and the safety of fellow workers. A medical  assessment will check the ability of a worker to walk in the rail corridor, work under supervision and identify and move to a safe place.

This medical includes an assessment of:

  • Hearing (up to 2000 Hz)
  • Vision
  • Mobility
  • Drug & Alcohol screen.
This medical is valid from the date of the issue until the employee reaches 40 years of age. After the age of 40, a medical renewal is required every 5 years.

The Category 3 Rail Medical is the minimum requirement to work within the Rail Corridor.
 

CERT Test W

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Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Core Units

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Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Core Units

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Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Core Units

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Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Core Units

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Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Core Units

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Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Track Worker (Funded)

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This is a general qualification for personnel engaged in basic operations within the rail infrastructure environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. 

Certificate II in Shunting

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TLI22015 - Certificate II in Shunting

This is a qualification for a person engaged in basic operations within the rail yard/terminal environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. This course is designed for existing rail safety workers engaged by a rail transport operator

Job roles and titles vary across different sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

  • Shunter
  • Terminal Operator
This course has been designed to cover the following skills and knowledge in the below:
  • Participating effectively in basic workplace communication as an integral part of routine work in the context of the workplace concerned
  • Communicating information about routine tasks, processes, events or skills, participating in group discussions to achieve appropriate work outcomes and representing group views to others
  • Following and applying work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) procedures when carrying out work activities in compliance with the relevant WHS/OHS regulations and procedures
  • Applying fatigue management strategies within the transport and logistics industry. Work is undertaken in compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, codes and guidelines
  • Completing documentation as required for activities undertaken

Conduct civil construction excavator operations

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to conduct civil construction excavator operations. This will include planning and preparing for work, operating the excavator, lift, carry and place materials, select, remove and fit attachments, preparing to relocate the excavator, carrying out machine operator maintenance and housekeeping activities.

Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operations

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to conduct construction skid steer loader operations. This will include planning and preparing for work, operating the loader, load, carry and place materials, select, remove and fit attachments, preparing to relocate the roller, carrying out machine operator maintenance and housekeeping activities.

Conduct civil construction wheeled front end loader operations

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to plan and prepare for operations, operate the front end loader, attach, secure, lift and carry materials, prepare to relocate the front end loader, carry out operator maintenance and housekeeping duties.

Conduct operations with integrated tool carrier

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to conduct operations with integrated tool carrier. This will include planning and preparing for work, attaching and removing associated attachments, shifting loads to complete work tasks and carrying out post-operational procedures. 

Conduct telescopic materials handler operations

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This course involves obtaining the skills and knowledge required to conduct telescopic materials handler operations in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. This course is appropriate for those working in operational roles.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and industry sectors. Relevant information must be sourced prior to application of the unit

Enter and work in confined spaces

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This course covers the requirements to enter and work in confined spaces in the resources and infrastructure industries. This course is appropriate for those working in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces.
 

Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding advanced level

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the advanced level. Advanced scaffolding consists of all intermediate scaffolding work including all other scaffolding work connected with the use and operation of hung scaffolds and suspended scaffolds for licensing purposes.

This course covers the scope of work to plan the job, select and inspect equipment, set up a task, erect and dismantle scaffold and scaffolding equipment. This course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. 

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (SA Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence.

Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding basic level

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the basic level, consisting of scaffolding work connected with the operation or use of modular or pre-fabricated scaffolds, cantilevered materials hoists with a maximum working load of 500kg, ropes and gin wheels, safety nets and static lines, and bracket scaffolds (tank and formwork) for licensing purposes.

This course requires the scope of work to plan the job, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect scaffold and scaffold equipment and dismantle scaffold and scaffold equipment. This course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. 

 

Please note
  • For this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (SB Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail
  • The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence

Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding intermediate level

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the Intermediate level which includes use and operation of cantilevered crane-loading platforms, cantilevered and spurred scaffolds, barrow ramps and sloping platforms, perimeter safety screens and shutters mast climbers, and tube and coupler scaffolds (including tube and coupler covered ways and gantries) for licensing purposes.

This course covers the scope of work to plan the job, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect scaffold and scaffold equipment and dismantle scaffold and scaffolding equipment. This course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. 

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (SI Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence. 

Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a boom-type elevating work platform where the length of the boom is 11 meters or more. This includes, planning work with the boom-type elevating work platform, conduct routine checks, set up elevating work platform, operate elevating work platform, and shut down and secure elevating work platform. A person performing this work is required to hold a boom-type elevating work platform high risk work (HRW) licence.  

*Boom-type elevating work platform means a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device, or any combination of these, used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

  • This course is based on the licensing requirements of Part 4.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations, HRW and meets Commonwealth, state and territory HRW licensing requirements

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (WP Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail.

Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a boom-type elevating work platform where the length of the boom is 11 meters or more. This includes‚ planning work with the boom-type elevating work platform, conduct routine checks, set up elevating work platform, operate elevating work platform, and shut down and secure elevating work platform. A person performing this work is required to hold a boom-type elevating work platform high risk work (HRW) licence.  

*Boom-type elevating work platform means a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device, or any combination of these, used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

  • This course is based on the licensing requirements of Part 4.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations, HRW and meets Commonwealth, state and territory HRW licensing requirements

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (WP Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail.

Licence to operate a forklift truck

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This course covers the requirements to operate a forklift truck‚ conduct routine checks on a forklift truck, shift loads in a safe manner and safely shut down and secure equipment after completing operations. A forklift truck is defined as a powered industrial truck equipped with lifting media made up of a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other arms that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground but does not include a pedestrian-operated truck or a pallet truck.

A person performing this work is required to hold a forklift truck high risk work (HRW) licence.

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (LF Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail.
 

Licence to operate a forklift truck (Experienced Operators)

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This course covers the requirements to operate a forklift truck‚ conduct routine checks on a forklift truck‚ shift loads in a safe manner and safely shut down and secure equipment after completing operations. A forklift truck is defined as a powered industrial truck equipped with lifting media made up of a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other arms that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground but does not include a pedestrian-operated truck or a pallet truck.

** This course is for experienced forklift operators.  A self-questionnaire and discussion with a CERT trainer will be required before attending this course. **

A person performing this work is required to hold a forklift truck high risk work (HRW) licence.

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (LF Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail.

Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity)

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to operate a non-slewing mobile crane safely with a capacity exceeding 3 tonnes. This unit requires a person operating non-slewing mobile crane to plan the work, conduct routine checks, set up crane, transfer load, mobile load and shut down and secure crane.

A person performing this work is required to hold a non-slewing mobile crane high risk work (HRW) licence.

*Non-slewing mobile crane is defined as a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that cannot be slewed, and includes:

  • an articulated mobile crane
  • a locomotive crane

but does not include vehicle tow trucks.


Licensing/Regulatory Information

  • an articulated mobile crane
  • a locomotive crane
  • This course is based on the licensing requirements of Part 4.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations, HRW and meets Commonwealth, state and territory HRW licensing requirements

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (CN Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence.

Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)

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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to to safely operate a slewing mobile crane with a capacity up to 20 tonnes. This course requires a person operating slewing mobile crane with a capacity up to 20 tonnes to plan the work‚ conduct routine checks, set up crane, transfer a load and shut down and secure the crane after completing the operation.

Slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that can be slewed, but does not include:

  • a front-end loader
  • a backhoe
  • an excavator
  • other earth moving equipment, when configured for crane operation


This unit applies to the activities of a person operating slewing mobile crane with a capacity up to 20 tonnes that is a:

  • non-slewing mobile crane with a capacity exceeding 3 tonnes
  • reach stacker
  • slewing mobile crane with a capacity of 20 tonnes or less
  • vehicle loading crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, excluding the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load

A person performing this work is required to hold a slewing mobile crane – with a capacity up to 20 tonnes high risk work (HRW) licence.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

  • This unit is based on the licensing requirements of Part 4.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations, HRW and meets Commonwealth, state and territory HRW licensing requirements

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (C2 Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. This fee is included in the course cost.  

Licence to perform basic rigging and dogging

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Dogging is, for the purpose of licensing, defined as applying slinging techniques, including selecting and/or inspecting lifting gear and/or directing the crane operator when the load is in and out of direct view.

Rigging is completed in three different stages. Basic, intermediate and advanced. Each level is a prerequisite for the next. In this course, you will complete the basic rigging training.

Completion of the basic rigging unit allows you to perform work associated with the movement of plant and equipment, steel erections, hoists (including mast climbing hoists), placement of pre-cast concrete (also known as tilt panels), safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and shutters and cantilevered crane loading platforms.

Participants must successfully complete all assessments for the unit CPCCLDG3001A – Licence to perform dogging before progressing onto the 2nd unit of this course CPCCLRG3001A – Licence to perform rigging basic level

 Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence. The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence.

 

Licence to perform dogging

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This course covers the requirements to perform slinging techniques, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane operator in the movement of the load when the load is out of view of the crane / operator for licensing purposes. 

This unit covers the scope of work to demonstrate competency in the application of slinging techniques, selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane/ operator in the movement of the load.

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (DG Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence. 

Licence to perform rigging advanced level

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This course covers performing rigging work at the advanced level, which includes all the outcomes for rigging work at the basic and intermediate levels, and also includes rigging of gin poles and shear legs, flying foxes and cable ways, guyed derricks and structures, and suspended scaffolds and fabricated hung scaffolds for licensing purposes.

This course requires the applicant to be able plan the work, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect structures and plant and dismantle structures and plant. This course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. 

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (RA Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence. 

Licence to perform rigging basic level

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This course covers performing basic rigging work, associated with movement of plant and equipment, steel erections, hoists (including mast climbing hoists), placement of pre-cast concrete, safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and shutters, and cantilever crane loading platforms for licensing purposes.

This course requires you to be able plan the work, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect structures and plant, and dismantle structures and plant. This course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. 

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (RB Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence.

 

Licence to perform rigging intermediate level

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This course covers performing rigging work at the intermediate level, which includes all the outcomes for rigging work at the basic level and also includes rigging of cranes, rigging of conveyors, rigging of dredges and excavators, rigging associated with tilt slabs, rigging associated with demolition work and dual lifts for licensing purposes.

This course requires the applicant to be able plan the work, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect structures and plant and dismantle structures and plant.  This course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. 
 

Please note for this course a WorkSafe licence fee applies. This fee is collected by WorkSafe to issue your High Risk Work Licence (RI Class). The application form is completed on the day and CERT submits this directly to WorkSafe on your behalf – meaning you just have to complete the course and then wait for your permit to arrive in the mail. The application fee is $100.00 for a new licence or $78.50 to add a class to an existing licence.

NSW Adjust Rail

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to adjust rail in accordance with safeworking and regulatory requirements, and workplace procedures. It includes identifying and determining the requirements for rail adjustment, undertaking rail adjustment, and completing all required documentation. 

NSW ARTC Handsignaller Level 1 & Level 2

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This course is designed to cover managing track vehicle movements‚ the rules and procedures for using track vehicle movement instructions, rail vehicle detection systems and special working requirements. 

NSW ARTC Protection Officer Level 1

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This course is designed to correctly protect a worksite using Controlled Signal Blocking or Lookout Working on the ARTC Network.

NSW ARTC Protection Officer Level 1

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This course is designed to correctly protect a worksite using Controlled Signal Blocking or Lookout Working on the ARTC Network.

NSW ARTC Protection Officer Level 2

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This course is designed to cover the rules and procedures for using the Pilot Staff Working and Train Order Working using and compiling Track Occupancy Authority methods of worksite protection.

NSW ARTC Protection Officer Level 3

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This course is designed to cover the rules and procedures for managing a Track Work Authority method of worksite protection.

NSW ARTC Protection Officer Level 4

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This course is designed to cover the rules and procedures for using a Work on Track review and managing a Local Possession Authority.

NSW ARTC Safeworking Level 1

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This course is designed to cover managing track vehicle movements, the rules and procedures for using track vehicle movement instructions, rail vehicle detection systems and special working.

NSW ARTC Track Examiner & Certifier

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to check and repair track geometry, examine track and right of way infrastructure in accordance with safeworking and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It includes determining the job requirements, restoring track geometry, checking track compliance after work and completing required documentation. This course also involves preparing for examination, examining track and right of way, analysing examination results and reporting findings, patrolling the track and right of way infrastructure, and recording identified defects. 

NSW ARTC Track Vehicle Operator

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The Track Vehicle Operator training course focuses on the skills and knowledge required to fixed signals, follow safeworking rules and operating procedures required by track vehicle operators to operate track vehicles.

This course covers the rules and procedures for working with fixed signals, work on track authorities and operating track vehicles using the normal method of safeworking in use.

 

NSW Track Machine Operator - Medium/Heavy Vehicle

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Track Machine Operator Medium/Heavy will provide you with the skills and knowledge to travel a medium or heavy (over 10tonne) self-propelled track vehicle on a rail network in accordance with the network owner’s policies and procedures.

While the units of competency provided in this course are nationally recognised by most railways in Australia, additional operator-specific inductions and training may need to be completed before operating a Hi-Rail on individual rail networks

NTSA ARTC National Track Safety Awareness

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ARTC National Track Safety Awareness is an induction training package specifically designed for persons working in the ARTC Network.

This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies, procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety and to operate under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures, including accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.
 

Operate firefighting equipment

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to operate firefighting equipment. Work is undertaken in accordance with relevant codes of practice, manufacturers instructions and workplace emergency procedures as part of work activities within the transport and logistics industry.  This course includes checking, identifying, selecting and using the appropriate firefighting equipment.

Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

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This course specifies the mandatory work health and safety training required prior to undertaking construction work. The course requires the candidate to demonstrate personal awareness and knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm to self and others. It covers identifying and reporting common construction hazards, understanding basic risk control measures, and identifying procedures for responding to potential incidents and emergencies. It also covers correctly selecting and fitting common personal protective equipment (PPE) used for construction work.

This course meets the general construction induction training requirements of:
  • Part 1.1 Definitions and Part 6.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety Regulations;
  • Division 11 of Part 3 of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 for Western Australia; and
  • Division 3 of Part 5.1 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 for Victoria.

It is expected that site-specific induction training will be conducted prior to conducting construction work.

Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

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This course specifies the mandatory work health and safety training required prior to undertaking construction work. The course requires the candidate to demonstrate personal awareness and knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm to self and others. It covers identifying and reporting common construction hazards‚ understanding basic risk control measures, and identifying procedures for responding to potential incidents and emergencies. It also covers correctly selecting and fitting common personal protective equipment (PPE) used for construction work.

This course meets the general construction induction training requirements of:
  • Part 1.1 Definitions and Part 6.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety Regulations;
  • Division 11 of Part 3 of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 for Western Australia; and
  • Division 3 of Part 5.1 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 for Victoria.

It is expected that site-specific induction training will be conducted prior to conducting construction work.

QR3.15 Working in the Electrified Territory (WET)

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to secure a signal at stop or disable a signal route in the field by operating the switching device.

The purpose of this course is to provide contractors and other authorised personnel with a basic understanding of the traction system‚ relevant electrical risks and minimum safe working requirements for work‚ while working in electrified territory within Queensland Rail. It also provides basic guidelines to report incidents and emergencies effectively.

Successful completion of this training is mandatory to perform work safely on or near high voltage electrical apparatus, in all electrified railways within Queensland Rail (unless the work is performed under direct supervision). This training does not grant access to railway corridors or facilities.

**This course is valid for personnel looking to work on the Queensland Rail Network**
**This course is valid for personnel looking to work on the Queensland Rail Network.  You must have an RIW number prior to attending the class.  To create an RIW number, please click here


Students are required to hold the QR3.2 Safely Access the Rail Corridor prior to enrolling in this course.
 

QR3.2 Safely Access the Rail Corridor (SARC) & TLIF0020

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider‚ in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes taking appropriate safety precautions to:

  • access the danger zone
  • access the rail corridor
  • respond appropriately in an emergency.


**This course is valid for personnel looking to work on the Queensland Rail Network.  You must have an RIW number prior to attending the class.  To create an RIW number, please click here.

** You may also require the course TLIF2010 - Apply Fatigue Management Strategies to work within the Queensland Rail Network.  Please refer to our website for available course dates or contact our office **

QR3.2 SARC RECERT V8.0

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider‚ in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies‚ procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety, operating under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It involves accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.

It also includes identifying and acting on signs of fatigue and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities. 

**This course is valid for personnel looking to work on the Queensland Rail Network**

 

 

Safely access the rail corridor

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies, procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety and to operate under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures, including accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.

Safely access the rail corridor

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the rail corridor as part of their role. It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.

It includes following the policies, procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety and to operate under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures, including accessing and interpreting information about track protection requirements, carrying out assigned protection and/or work activities, and responding appropriately to safety incidents and abnormal situations within the limits of personal responsibility.

Terminal Operator

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As a Terminal Operator, you are responsible for the coordination, planning, safe and efficient assembly, and dismantling, loading and unloading of trains within the terminal or sidings in accordance with safe working and operations procedures. You will play a key role in ensuring the on-time departure of trains and efficient turnaround times of trucks from the terminal. 

Submit your interest by completing the below Student Enrolment and attending one of our Information Sessions 

TfNSW Accessing the Rail Corridor Induction

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the Sydney metropolitan area rail corridor as part of their role.  It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider, in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.  This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of operating in a rail environment


**THIS COURSE IS VALID FOR PERSONNEL LOOKING TO WORK ON THE SYDNEY TRAINS NETWORK**

 

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the Sydney metropolitan area rail corridor as part of their role.  It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider, in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.  This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of operating in a rail environment


**THIS COURSE IS VALID FOR PERSONNEL LOOKING TO WORK ON THE SYDNEY TRAINS NETWORK**

 

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This course has been designed for workers who are required to access the Sydney metropolitan area rail corridor as part of their role.  It is designed to give learners the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor and danger zone with the permission of the access provider, in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements.  This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of operating in a rail environment


**THIS COURSE IS VALID FOR PERSONNEL LOOKING TO WORK ON THE SYDNEY TRAINS NETWORK**

 

TLI21720 - Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure (Blended Delivery)

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This course is designed for persons engaged in basic operations within the rail infrastructure environment undertaking a range of tasks involving routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. 

Job Roles 

Possible streams offered by CERT relevant to this qualification include:

Rail Infrastructure - Track Worker

Relevant to:
  • Track Worker
  • Track Installer
  • Track Maintainer
Rail Infrastructure – Track Surfacing 

Relevant to:
  • Plant Operator
  • Mobile Plant Operator
  • Way Gang Driver

TLIF2010 Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply fatigue management strategies within the transport and logistics industry. Work is undertaken in compliance with relevant legislation‚ regulations‚ codes and guidelines.

It includes identifying and acting on signs of fatigue and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities, in particular when operating equipment, trains, vehicles, load shifting equipment, etc


** You may also require the course QR3.2 - Safely Access the Rail Corridor to work within the Queensland Rail Network.  Please refer to our website for available course dates or contact our office **

VLine Handsignaller 2.2

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This qualification is intended for people who want a career in the rail industry performing Lookout Working and Handsignalling duties.

These duties may include protecting worksites, obstructions and defective fixed signals on the managed Victorian Rail Network and other associated tasks covered by the V/Line  Rules and Operating Procedures for the Victorian main line rail network.

Wagon Maintainer

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As a Wagon Maintainer, you are responsible for ensuring that wagon maintenance requirements are met safely and effectively. Wagon Maintainers are required to carry out scheduled maintenance, inspection work, out of course repairs and respond to emergency recoveries on the rail network.

Submit your interest by completing the below Student Enrolment and attending one of our Information Sessions 

Welding

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This course involves the skills and knowledge required to weld rail using the aluminothermic welding process, heat and cut materials using oxy-LPG equipment, and grind rail and welds in accordance with regulatory requirements and workplace procedures.

It includes determining job requirements,preparing and planning the welding method,setting up and testing the equipment,preparing the rail for aluminothermic welding, carrying out the welding process, checking weld conformance, completing required documentation,heating and cutting materials, grinding rail to repair surface defects, shutting down equipment and completing clean-up activities.

Work safely at heights

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This course covers the requirements to work safely at heights in the resources and infrastructure industries. This course is appropriate for those working in operational roles where required to perform work at heights.

Working at Heights and Confined Spaces

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2021 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Core Units

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2022 Rule Changes to the TA20 - ARTC Code of Practice for the Victorian Main Line Operations

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Absolute Signal Blocking - KDA Cluster

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Accessing the Rail Corridor Skill Set

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Adelaide Metropolitan Passenger Rail Network (AMPRN) Induction

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Adjust Rail

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Adjust Rail

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Alstom Motive Power Training

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Aluminothermic Welding

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Aluminothermic Welding - Recertification

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Aluminothermic Welding - Recertification

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Apply accident-emergency procedures

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TLIF2006

Apply awareness of dangerous goods and hazardous materials requirements

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NAT_TLIF3091

Apply awareness of railway fundamentals

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TLIB3118

Apply Awareness of Safeworking Rules and Regulations

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TLIF2062

Apply Fatigue Management Awareness

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SA_TLIF2010

Apply knowledge of rail operation fundamentals in yards or sidings

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NAT_TLIB0013

Apply local incident response procedures

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TLIF3085

Apply personal and equipment lockouts for rolling stock

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TLIF0098

Apply safety critical communications in the rail environment

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TLIF0008

Apply safety critical communications in the rail environmentThese competencies form part of TLI21918 - Certificate II in Track Protection

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Apply track fundamentals

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NAT_TLIB2085

Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry

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NAT_CPCCWHS2001

ARTC & V/Line Safely Access the Rail Corridor

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ARTC Adjust Rail - Recertification

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