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The Rail Worker Basic Skill Set Competencies consist of 8 core units outlined in the TLI10 Transport & Logistics Training Package and contained within the qualification TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure.
Most rail operators consider this skill set to be a minimum requirement for anyone wanting to work within the rail corridor as a track worker.
Individuals who would like to gain employment with a rail operator or those who have already gained employment and need this skill set to commence work.
Must be able to read, write and understand English well
Completion of TLIF2080 – Safely Access the Rail Corridor (RISI)
Completion of CPCCOHS1001A – Work Safely in the Construction Industry (White Card)
The following units of competency will be covered in this course:
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
TLIF2010 – Apply fatigue management strategies
TLIF2062 – Apply awareness of safe working rules and regulations
TLIW2001 – Operate under track protection rules
TLIU2008 – Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
Assessment will consist of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.
Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment listing the above Units of Competency listed under Learning Outcomes.
Link to the Course Flyer 8 Core Competencies
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All participants must have a USI number to enrol in training. If you do not yet have one, please visit this website https://www.usi.gov.au/ to create one. Click “Create USI”
Please call (02) 9733 3600 for more information.
$500.00 per participant
As this course contains safety critical information participants must have the ability to read, write and understand English.
Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.