QLD Courses

CERT Training is an approved supplier to the Queensland Rail Network. We also provide approved and accredited courses for all major interstate rail network operators.

Terminal Operator Career Path Program

The Terminal Operator Career Path Program can support your entry into rail and give you an opportunity to start a lifelong rail career in a stable and rewarding industry. Our next Opportunity begins in Brisbane in August.

Terminal Operator Career Path Program

The Terminal Operator Career Path Program can support your entry into rail and give you an opportunity to start a lifelong rail career in a stable and rewarding industry. Our next Opportunity begins in Brisbane in August.

QLD Courses

CERT Training is an approved supplier to ARTC and VLINE rail networks in Victoria. We also provide approved and accredited courses for all major interstate rail networks for cross boarder workers.

Terminal Operator Career Path Program

The Terminal Operator Career Path Program can support your entry into rail and give you an opportunity to start a lifelong rail career in a stable and rewarding industry. Our next Opportunity begins in Brisbane in August.

Terminal Operator Career Path Program

The Terminal Operator Career Path Program can support your entry into rail and give you an opportunity to start a lifelong rail career in a stable and rewarding industry. Our next Opportunity begins in Brisbane in August.

Welding Training

Rail welding training teaches proper techniques and best practices for achieving consistent and high-quality welds, which are essential for ensuring the safety and reliability of rail systems.

Attending rail welding training can help develop skills and knowledge in this field, increase employability and ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations.

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Safely Access the Rail Corridor (SARC)

Gain the skills required to Safely Access the Rail Corridor in the Queensland Rail Network. This course 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 and identify electrical safety hazards.

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Cat 3 Rail Medical

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.

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SAFELY ACCESS THE RAIL CORRIDOR (SARC) & TLIF0020 on Zoom

Gain the skills required to Safely Access the Rail Corridor in the Queensland Rail 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.

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Apply Fatigue Management  Strategies  –  AM & PM courses

Aimed at reducing fatigue related incidents and issues during work activities, this course will equip learners with the skills and knowledge required to identify and act upon the signs of fatigue. The Apply Fatigue Management Strategies course will cover strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities and when operating equipment in and around the rail corridor.

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Working in the Electrified Territory (WET) – AM & PM courses

This course is an entry level induction for all persons wanting to work within the Queensland Rail electrified territory. It provides detailed knowledge about the electric traction system and how to work safely in the electrified territory. The course covers the prevention of injuries and avoidable incidents within the Queensland Rail environment. It also provides basic guidelines to report incidents and emergencies effectively.

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Terminal Operator

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.

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