Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure – Fundamental Units (Blended Delivery)

The Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure - Fundamental Units 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. The course is delivered via self-paced online learning followed by face-to-face assessments.

Certificates

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Upon successful completion of all assessments, students will receive:

Qualification (Nationally Recognised)
 
  • TLI21315 – Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure
A total of 16 units of competency comprising:

  • 7 core units listed below plus  ll units within one of the specialist elective unit groups from Track Work or Track Surfacing listed below
  • plus 3 general elective units from the general elective units listed below if selecting Track Work or
  • 4 general elective units from the general elective units listed below if selecting Track Surfacing

CORE
  • TLIB1028 – Maintain and use hand tools
  • TLID1001 – Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
  • TLIE1003 – Participate in basic workplace communication
  • TLIF1001 – Follow work health and safety procedures
  • TLIU2008 – Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
  • TLIW2001 – Operate under track protection rules
  • TLIF2010 – Apply fatigue management strategies
  • TLIF2080 – Safely access the rail corridor
 
TRACK WORK
  • TLIB2085 – Apply track fundamentals 
  • TLIB2092 – Operate minor mechanical equipment 
  • TLIS2030 – Carry out track ballasting 
  • TLIS2031 – Install railway sleepers 
  • TLIS2034 – Install and repair rail fastening systems 
  • TLIS2044 – Carry out rail installation

TRACK SURFACING 
  • TLIB1093 – Clean equipment and restore worksite
  • TLIB2001 – Check and assess capabilities of equipment 
  • TLIB2085 – Apply track fundamentals 
  • TLIB2091 – Measure and record track geometry
  • TLIS2030 – Carry out track ballasting 
  • TLIC2058 – Travel medium or heavy self-propelled on-track equipment OR
  • TLIC2059 – Propel and operate light on-track equipment

GENERAL ELECTIVES
  • TLIB1093 – Clean equipment and restore worksite
  • TLIB2091 – Measure and record track geometry
  • TLIB2097 – Install and maintain guard rails
  • TLIB2121 – Maintain rail joints
  • TLIC3045 – Operate road/rail vehicle 
  • TLIF0008 – Apply safety critical communications in the rail environment
  • TLIG1001 – Work effectively with others
  • TLIS2027 – Install and maintain surface track drainage
  • TLIS2034 – Install and repair temporary track supports
  • TLIS2035 – Install and repair fences and gates
  • TLIW2001 – Operate under track protection rules 
  • TLIW3035 – Heat and cut materials using oxy-LPG equipment for the rail industry
 

Topics

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Upon completion of this course you will receive a Statement of Attainment with the following units of competency:

  • TLIB0012 – Maintain and use hand tools
  • TLID1001 – Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
  • TLIE1003 – Participate in basic workplace communication
  • TLIF1001 – Follow work health and safety procedures
  • TLIU2008 – Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
  • TLIW2001 – Operate under track protection rules
  • TLIF2010 – Apply fatigue management strategies

Entry Requirements

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The pre-requisites for this course are as follows:

  • TLIF2080 Safely Access the Rail Corridor

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Participants must also:

  • Be physically fit to handle and operate small tools and machinery
  • Be capable of reading and understanding instructional procedures, information, drawings and technical data
  • Have the ability to conduct track calculations

Language Literacy and Numeracy (LL&N)

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Participants will undergo an LL&N assessment at the commencement of the course. This course requires participants to have LL&N levels to be able to:

  • Read and understand work safety signs and symbols
  • Read and understand workplace policies and procedures
  • Communicate identified hazards

Assessment

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  • Theory assessments
  • Practical demonstrations

Delivery Method

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  • This course is facilitated face to face

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Medical Requirement

Category 3 Rail Medical (CAT 3)

A Category 3 Rail Medical, often referred to as a CAT 3 Medical, is an assessment designed to help non-safety critical workers make sure their health and fitness does not impact the rail network. The CAT 3 Medical tests your ability to operate safely in the rail corridor so you can hear instructions, move to a safe place, and maintain an awareness of your surroundings.

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In order to obtain your Rail Industry Worker Card (RIW Card) upon the completion of this course, you will also need to undertake a minimum of a Category 3 Rail Medical.

Contact CERT Training QLD to book your Cat 3 Rail Medical

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