Track Certifier and Examiner (Combined Course)
What is a Track Certifier and Examiner
The combined Track Certifier/Examiner course meets the National Track and Civil Matrix V9 Requirements.
The Track Construction Certifier will be be able to identify and measure both scope of work and quality of track construction work.
The role requires the knowledge and skill to identify the relevant construction specification and determine whether the track meets that specification and standard.
It includes knowledge of the Inspection and Test Plan processes and to understand when hold points and witness points are required.
In addition the certifier needs to know the maintenance standards for the track so that any outstanding work can be defined with the appropriate train operating restriction until all remedial work is completed
During the course the participants will learn how to:
What makes up the Track Certifier – National Role
As per the National Tack Matrix, the following units create the Track Certifier – National Role
|Duration:||1 Day Recertification or 5 Full Day Course (Plus logbook) + Final Sign off Day|
|Cost (pp):||Contact the Office on 1300 355 900|
|Location:||Maribyrnong, Newport Rail Academy or onsite across Australia|
The student should have already completed the following:
|Units of Competency:|
These units are taken from Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure (TLI32515)
|Assessment Type:||Theory, Practical and Logbook|
|Course Expires After:||The original Statement of Attainment never expires however most rail networks require every 2 years for recertification|
|What to Bring and Wear:||
This is nationally accredited training delivered by Aakira Pty Ltd (RTO 45462)
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