SA Courses

CERT Training is an approved supplier to ARTC and Adelaide Metro Passenger Rail Network (AMPRN) in South Australia. We also provide approved and accredited courses for all major interstate rail network operators.

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SA Courses

CERT Training is an approved supplier to ARTC and Adelaide Metro Passenger Rail Network (AMPRN) in South Australia. We also provide approved and accredited courses for all major interstate rail network operators.

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Book your essential training to work on the SA Rail Network.

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Book your essential training to work on the SA Rail Network.

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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Direction to Protection

The Direction-to-Protection Program is designed for anyone looking to get their start in the rail industry infrastructure space. The program will deliver Nationally Recognised Units of Competency for the Purposes of Protection Officer Training.

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Safely Access The Rail Corridor (SARC)

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.

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Safely Access The Rail Corridor (SARC) – Metro

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.

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Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

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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ARTC/Vline Safely access the rail corridor (SARC)

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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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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ARTC Non-Technical Skills (NTS) Program

This program aims to improve the way protection is delivered and provides Safeworking personnel, both internal and external to ARTC, the confidence and competence to execute the ARTC approach for protection. This course will focus on increasing the soft skills (i.e. communication, and team building) of those who work on the ARTC network.

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ARTC Track Examiner & Certifier

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.

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ARTC Handsignaller and Track Worker Level 1

Handsignaller and Track Worker Level 1 is the entry point into managing worksite protection on the ARTC managed rail network where the CoP and ARTC Addendum rules and procedures apply.
Handsignaller and Track Worker Level 1 workers are responsible for assessing the risks associated when walking or working on the rail network and for putting control measures in place to mitigate the identified risks.

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ARTC Track Worker Level 2

Track Worker Level 2 will equip you with the skills to implement, manage and fulfill the Track Occupancy Authority (TOA) method of worksite protection where the Code of Practice for the Defined Interstate Rail Network and the ARTC Addendum rules and procedures apply.

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ARTC Track Worker Level 3

Track Worker Level 3 will equip you with the skills to implement, manage and fulfill the Track Work Authority (TWA) method of worksite protection where the Code of Practice for the Defined Interstate Rail Network and the ARTC
Addendum rules and procedures apply.

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ARTC Track Worker Level 4

Track Worker Level 4 will equip you with the skills to implement, manage and fulfill the Local Possession Authority (LP) method of worksite protection where the Code of Practice for the Defined Interstate Rail Network and the ARTC Addendum rules and procedures apply.

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ARTC Track Vehicle Operator

Track Vehicle Operator will equip you with the skills required when operating Road/Rail vehicles as a train on the ARTC Defined Interstate Rail Network from the West End of Dimboola Loop to Parkeston, Crystal Brook to Broken Hill and from Port Augusta to Whyalla, and Adelaide Metro including the line to Pelican Point.

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ARTC Safeworking Level 1

The Safeworking Level 1 Course will equip you with the skills to understand the responsibilities required when transferring track vehicles and track machines as a train on the ARTC Defined Interstate Rail Network from the West End of Dimboola Loop to Parkeston, Crystal Brook to Broken Hill and from Port Augusta to Whyalla, and Adelaide Metro including the Outer Harbor line.

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