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Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

Start Date Name Details Location Price Status
July 23, 2018

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 11 Qty Available
99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 11 Qty Available
July 30, 2018

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 11 Qty Available
99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 11 Qty Available
August 6, 2018

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 13 Qty Available
99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 13 Qty Available
August 13, 2018

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 13 Qty Available
99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 13 Qty Available
August 20, 2018

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 12 Qty Available
99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 12 Qty Available
August 27, 2018

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 13 Qty Available
99 Cook Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 $600.00 13 Qty Available
Duration:2 days theory and practical
Cost (pp):$600
Rail Networks:Recognised on all networks
Location:Ballarat, Geelong. Port Melbourne, Sydney or onsite on request
Entry Requirements:

Candidates must be able to read and write to a moderate level in English and be physically fit to handle and operate small tools/machinery

Description:

Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units

TAA offers the first 7 units of the Certificate II Rail Infrastructure Core Units for Rail Infrastructure.

This course is for workers engaged in basic operations within the rail infrastructure environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.

Pre reading for the course will be sent in advance.

These unit of competencies are required to become a national rail labourer, to check if your job position requires the core units, click this link to view the ARA Rail Training Matrix.

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Third Party Training Agreement

Training Ahead delivers this course in conjunction with Achieve Training and Assessment Services (RTO 90659). To view Achieve’s student support documents please click here

 

Units of Competency:
  • TLIB1028 Maintain and use hand tools
  • TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
  • TLIE1003 Participate in basic workplace communications
  • TLIF1001 Follow OHS procedures
  • TLIU2008 Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
  • TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies
  • TLIW2001 Operate under track protection rules
Assessment Type:Written and theory
Course Expires After:Does not expire
Delivery Method:Face to face
What to Bring and Wear:
  • Work boots
  • Form of identification (eg. Driver’s Licence etc)

We will supply you with the following PPE on the day:

  • Hard hat (if required)
  • Safety glasses
  • Gloves
  • High Visibility Vest

SOME OF THE ORGANISATIONS THAT WE’VE WORKED WITH

“I found the Microsoft Office and MYOB training conducted by Training Ahead Australia to be exactly what I required; it was thorough, and was applied with the right level of context to deepen my understanding and meet the objectives of each course. The team are lovely, approachable, honest, and deliver training with the highest level of professionalism.”- Cassandra Sampson, Thiess
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