Protection Officer Level 2 (PO2 – TOA)
North Ipswich or onsite as requested.
This course is designed for workers who are required to perform the role of a Protection Officer level 2 to implement a Track Occupancy Authority (TOA) as a means of protection to a worksite. It includes preparing for a
This course is designed for workers who are required to perform the role of a Protection Officer level 2 to implement a Track Occupancy Authority (TOA) as a means of protection to a worksite. It includes preparing for a TOA, cancelling or fulfilling a TOA and managing unsafe situations or emergencies.
The unit includes the application of Rail Infrastructure Manager rules, procedures and protocols for rail safety but does not include the implementation of worksite protection.
UNIT OF COMPETENCY CODE – NAME
- TLIL3065 – Implement a track occupancy protection
NETWORK SPONSORED NETWORK CODE
This course is aligned to the specific requirements of Queensland Rails Network Rules and Procedures MD-12-189
COURSE OVERVIEW (AND LEARNING OUTCOMES)
This course covers the skills and knowledge for the below learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate the roles and responsibilities of a Protection Officer 2
- Apply rules for a Track Occupancy Authority
- Apply Protection Track Occupancy Authority limits
- Apply Protection of worksites
- Complete Protection Officer duties
- Rail Traffic creating a Track Occupancy Authority
- Operate multiple worksites within a Track Occupancy Authority
The enterprise qualification (QR3.11) is valid for three years. Once the qualification is due to expire, students must submit evidence of mentoring session and job tasks for recertification.
If recertification not completed prior to expiry date, or insufficient evidence is provided, participant will be required to complete full time program.
- Current NHS Category 3 Health Assessment
- Current Psychometric Testing for Protection Officer
Prerequisites to Protection Officer Level 1 (PO1):
- TLIF2080 (/A/B/C) – Safely access the rail corridor
- TLIE2007 – Use Communication Systems
Protection Officer Level 1 (PO1)
- TLIF3083 – Conduct track protection assessment
- TLIL3082 – Implement absolute signal block
- TLIE2029 – Conduct Workplace Information Briefings
- TLIE2008 – Process workplace documentation
- TLIW2039 – Place and remove permanent way stop boards
Clipping of Points
- TLIW2037 – Clip and secure points
Railway Track Signals
- TLIF2097 – Audible track warning devices
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (INCLUDING LLN)
There are no performance or knowledge-based pre-requisites or other entry requirements for the program. In addition, no licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification.
Participants will undergo an LLN assessment at the commencement of the course. This course requires participants to have literacy, language and numeracy levels to be able to:
- Communicate worksite protection plan briefing
- Follow workplace policies, procedures, rules and protocols
- Follow legislative requirements
- Working within timeframes
- Conduct and document risk assessment
- Recording / reporting emergencies / incidents
Classroom based facilitated training
Participants will be assessed via:
- Written questions (open book).
- Mentoring process in the field (log book) conducted by an approved Queensland Rail Mentor. This assessment consists of 8 mentoring tasks
- One on One Practical Assessment
*The one on one practical assessment will only be conducted once submission and successful outcome of all eight (8) mentoring tasks.
$405.00 Per Person
North Ipswich or onsite as requested
Students may wish to further their studies by completing:
- TLI32715 – Certificate III in Track Protection
On successfully completion of all assessments, students will receive:
- Statement of Attainment (Nationally Recognised)
- Queensland Rail Enterprise Certificate
Please ensure you refer to the Student Information section prior to enrolment
Please phone our Queensland Office on 07 3908 0430 for bookings
- Participants are required to bring Photo ID to training.
- All course materials are provided.
- Participants will be required to undertake CERT’s enrolment processes and provide a verified Unique Student Identification (USI) Number as a condition of enrolment.
- CERT maintains certain standards of dress with the minimum being closed-in footwear and appropriate attire which must be free from slogans or text which may cause offense to others. Singlets or sleeveless shirts are not considered appropriate.
- If training is conducted on clients site, participants are required to follow organisation requirements of PPE.
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) required for any stage of the program will be pre-advised and/or supplied.