Core Units (TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure) & Operate Under Track Protection Rules (TLIW2001)
Royal Park or onsite on request
This course provides the foundational competencies required for many rail labouring, plant, and equipment contractor roles on most Australian railway networks. The eighth unit, TLIF2080 Safely access the Rail Corridor is gained through the ARTC Track Safety Awareness
This course provides the foundational competencies required for many rail labouring, plant, and equipment contractor roles on most Australian railway networks.
The eighth unit, TLIF2080 Safely access the Rail Corridor is gained through the ARTC Track Safety Awareness or GWA One Track course
ARTC (Rail Labourer Qualification – Rail Industry Worker)
COURSE OVERVIEW (AND LEARNING OUTCOMES)
Topics included in this program are :
- Using correct tool for the required task
- Maintaining, transporting and storing equipment as per manufacturers’ or workplace procedures
- Participating in risk assessment
- Manual handling procedures
- Participate in group discussions to achieve appropriate work outcomes
- Communicate information about routine tasks, processes, events or skills
- Understanding of processes to minimise the effects of pollution during work and maintenance
- Australian Dangerous Goods Code and workplace requirements of transporting and handling environmentally hazardous materials
- Factors that increase the risk of fatigue-related accidents and incidents are minimised
- Warning signs of fatigue and effective practices to combating fatigue
Course is delivered via two (2) options
Option 1 – Self-paced learning
- Participants are required to complete all readings and assessments within 6 months of date of enrolment. Reading and assessment time is approximately 42 – 80 hours (pending on participants existing knowledge within the topics). Assessments must be completed prior to attending face to face assessment.
- 1 day face-to-face assessment (5 hours)
- The cost of this option is $825 per person (plus travel/accommodation costs if not in Adelaide Metropolitan area).
Option 2 – Face-to-face delivery
- Minimum of 3 days facilitated face-to-face class.
Please note the number of training days may change pending on both size of class and experience of participants
- The cost of this option is $1300 per day (plus travel/accommodation costs if not in Adelaide Metropolitan area).
Royal Park or onsite on request (cost may vary)
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 effectively
- Read and interpret manufacturer’s instructions, organisational documents
- Read and understand work safety signs and symbols
- Read and understand workplace policies and procedures
- Communicate identified hazards
- Completion of storage and transportation records
- Completion of hazard identification documentation
Candidates must be physically fit to handle and operate small tools/machinery
- Classroom based facilitated training with on site practical
- Delivered in English
This course requires completion of written assessments plus a practical assessment
On successful completion of this course and assessments, participants can enrol into completion of units for TLI21315 – Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure or TLI32515 – Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure
On successfully completion of all assessments, students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:
- TLIB1028 Maintain and use hand tools
- TLIF2080 Safely Access the Rail Corridor
- TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
- TLIE1003 Participate in basic workplace communications
- TLIF1001 Follow OHS procedures
- TLIU2008 Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
- TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies
- TLIW2001 Operate under track protection rules
Please ensure you refer to the Student Information Section prior to enrolment. Please select Enquire Now below 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.
- Unless an account is held with CERT, all fees and charges are to be paid in full prior to course commencement. Payment can be accepted by cheque, online Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or by card (Eftpos, Visa and MasterCard only). For clients with an account, payment terms are strictly 30 days. If your company requires reference to a purchase order when billed, please ensure a purchase order is provided with the enrolment form.