Certificate II In Rail Infrastructure

TLI21315
The Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure Core Units is designed for all Rail Track Workers engaged in basic operations within the rail infrastructure environment who are undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures. Individuals undertaking this course will be taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.

Certificates

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Upon successful completion of all assessments, students will receive:

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

  • 7 core units listed below
  • plus  all units from Group A – Track Work
  • plus 3 general elective units 

Units
  • 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
  • TLIF2010 – Apply fatigue management strategies
  • TLIF2080 – Safely access the rail corridor

Group A – 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

General Electives
  • TLIB1093 – Clean equipment and restore worksite
  • TLIB2091 – Measure and record track geometry
  • TLIW2001 – Operate under track protection rules 

CERT WA also offer alternative pathways relating to Track Surfacing and Structures, as well as individual general electives. For more information please contact the CERT WA team

 

Topics

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The following topics are covered within this course:

  • Follow workplace procedures
  • Select, use and maintain hand tools
  • Identify hazards and take action to control or eliminate the risk
  • Understand and implement effective communication strategies
  • Minimise the effects of pollution during work and maintenance
  • Identify and act on signs of fatigue
  • Complete work following track protection rules
  • Understand basic track fundamentals
  • Install ballast, sleepers, rail and fastenings
  • Undertake general housekeeping tasks
  • Use on-track equipment
  • Understand track geometry fundamentals

Entry Requirements

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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
  • Calculations of time spent in different activities

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
  • Calculations of time spent in different activities

Assessment

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  • Theory assessments ( open book – completed during course)
  • Practical demonstrations ( completed during course)

Delivery Method

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  • This course is facilitated face to face and is a combination of theory and practical
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  • Program Duration – CERT offers three (3) different programs for this qualification
  • – 6 week program for participants already in rail based roles
  • – 11 week program for participants who are new to the rail industry. This program is also suitable for participants under registered traineeships
  • – 8 day assessment only program. This is suitable for participants with advanced knowledge, skills and significant rail experience
  • RPL – participants are required to collect and submit evidence of relevance for each unit.
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  • This course is also offered at our Port Hedland and Bunbury training facilities or delivered on-site after determining the essential equipment/infrastructure is available to use. To discuss these options, please contact CERT WA for more information
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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 us to book your Cat 3 rail medical.

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