VIC 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.

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CAT 3 Medicals Available Now

Online timeslots available 5 Days A Week for fast, convenient results

VIC 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.

CAT 3 Medicals Available Now

Online timeslots available 5 Days A Week for fast, convenient results

CAT 3 Medicals Available Now

Online timeslots available 5 Days A Week for fast, convenient results

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 Track Protection Lookout & Track Protection Handsignaller

This qualification is intended for people who want a career in the rail industry performing Lookout Working and Handsignalling duties.

These duties may include protecting worksites, obstructions and defective fixed signals on the managed Victorian Rail Network and other associated tasks covered by the ARTC TA20 Rules and Operating Procedures for the Victorian main line rail network.

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ARTC Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 1

Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 1 is the entry point into managing track force protection on the ARTC Managed Victorian Rail Network. As a Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 1 you will follow the correct procedure to correctly plan work in the rail corridor.

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ARTC Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 2

This course is designed for workers who want a career as a Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 2 on the ARTC Managed Victorian Rail Network. During this course you will gain the skills to implement, manage and cancel Absolute Signal Blocking, Track Force Protection, Track Warrant Working and a Track Occupancy Authority (TOA).

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ARTC Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 3

This course is designed for workers who want a career as a Track Force Protection Coordinator Level 3 on the ARTC Managed Victorian Rail Network. During this course you will gain the skills to implement, manage and withdraw an absolute occupation, manage work trains/track vehicles and manage worksite protection using a local possession authority (LPA).

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ARTC Track Vehicle Operator Safeworking

This course is designed for workers who want a career as a Track Vehicle Opearator on the ARTC Managed Victorian Rail Network. During this course you will gain the skills to operate a track vehicle over the various safeworking systems applicable to the ARTC Network.

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ARTC Safeworking Level 1

This course is designed for workers who want a career as a Safeworking Level 1 on the ARTC Managed Victorian Rail Network. During this course you will gain the skills to transfer track vehicles and track machines as a train on the ARTC defined interstate rail network from the East End of Dimboola Loop and Melbourne, Melbourne to Albury, Benalla to Oaklands and from Maroona to Portland.

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Prepare To Work Safely In The Construction Industry

This course specifies the mandatory work health and safety training required prior to undertaking construction work. The course requires you to demonstrate personal awareness and knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm to self and others. It covers identifying and reporting common construction hazards, understanding basic risk control measures, and identifying procedures for responding to potential incidents and emergencies. It also covers correctly selecting and fitting common personal protective equipment (PPE) used for construction work.

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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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Apply Track Fundamentals

This course involves understanding the fundamentals of track maintenance and construction and carrying out basic track measurements in accordance with approved standards, safeworking and regulatory requirements and workplace procedures. It includes identifying track terminology, track components, track tools and equipment, and undertaking basic track measurement.

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VLine Handsignaller 2.2

This qualification is intended for people who want a career in the rail industry performing Lookout Working and Handsignalling duties.

These duties may include protecting worksites, obstructions and defective fixed signals on the managed Victorian Rail Network and other associated tasks covered by the V/Line Rules and Operating Procedures for the Victorian main line rail network.

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Victorian All Network Infrastructure Course

Get ready for more job opportunities, higher pay potential and a desirable skill set when you enrol in the Victorian All Network TLI27121 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure course. Gain one of the most in-demand skill sets on the Victorian rail network and position yourself to secure a highly paid, multiskilled position.

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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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