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TLISS00224 Rail Operations Fundamentals Skill Set
Your introduction to train driving in the rail industry
Do you want to be a Train Driver or would you like to learn skills to find work in the Australian Rail Industry?
Are you looking for skills that will help you get a head start when applying for jobs in the rail sector?
The Rail Operations Fundamentals Skill Set (TLISS00224) is nationally recognised training and a great choice for people who want to work in the rail industry. It teaches participants how to safely access the rail corridor, follow important rail safety rules, and communicate and work well with others on the job, and can give you a head start on the qualifications required for train driving.
Course delivery is a combination of self-paced online learning plus 3 days face-to-face classroom contact and practical training.
The classroom and practical training is delivered at Railtrain’s Perth Airport training facilities.
Workshops will be scheduled to meet participant demand and minimum learner number requirements.
The skill set covers vital competencies for the railway industry, including railway fundamentals, radio communication, risk assessments and other safety procedures, corridor access, fatigue management, and effective teamwork.
Participants who successfully complete this training will be well-equipped to excel in the dynamic and safety-conscious rail environment.
A total of seven units of competency must be attained:
- TLIB3118 Apply awareness of railway fundamentals
- TLIE2007 Use communications systems
- TLIF0008 Apply safety critical communications in the rail environment
- TLIF0020 Safely access the rail corridor
- TLIF0025 Follow work health and safety procedures
- TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies
- TLIG0003 Work effectively with others in a team
There are no prerequisites required to enter this course
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)
LANGUAGE, LITERACY AND NUMERACY (LLN)
As part of the enrolment process, you will be assessed to confirm you have the LLN skills required to work in the rail industry.
The cost for the course, including workshop theory and practical training, is $900 (GST Free), to be paid as part of enrolment.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES/FURTHER STUDY
Successful participants can use this training to apply for jobs in the rail industry.
TLIF0045 Investigate rail safety incidents
What your organisation gets from this course
- Employees skilled in rail safety investigations
- Less reliance on outside expertise
- An organisation better prepared to meet compliance requirements
- Important professional development for existing and new staff
This 4-day program will cover the skills and knowledge required to investigate an incident associated with railway operations in accordance with rail safety regulatory and workplace requirements.
The sessions will comprehensively cover the following topics:
Determining a Terms of Reference
- Receiving or developing a TOR to guide the investigation
- Determining the investigation scope
Factual details and sequence of events
- Incident timelines
- Determining facts
Investigating methodology / Evidence gathering
- Recognising different types of rail specific evidence
- Gathering evidence in order of priority
- Planning the interviews
- Developing questions
- Practical interviews as part of the simulated investigation
Analysis of evidence guided by a variety of rail specific tools
- Five Why’s
- Fault tree analysis
- Factor mapping
Findings / conclusions
- Identifying root cause
- Contributory factors
- Human factors and behaviours
- Recommendations and safety actions to prevent recurrence
A nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in the unit TLIF0045 Investigate rail safety incidents is given to all participants who successfully complete the theory and practical assessments.
This program is intended for:
- Operational employees who may be involved in rail safety investigations
- Operations and rail infrastructure Supervisors and Managers
- Rail safety professionals
- Other corporate staff who may be involved in rail safety investigations
Course delivery is over 4 consecutive days of face-to-face classroom contact and site-based investigations of a simulated incident, either on client company premises or Railtrain’s training facilities. The course can be delivered in-house where a client company has:
- 3 or more participants and no more than 9 participants
- Suitable training venue, infrastructure, and equipment including:
- A short section of track
- 1 piece of rolling stock: a wagon, locomotive, or track trolley. (The rolling stock only needs to be stationary.)
Alternatively, delivery can be at our training facilities. Workshops will be scheduled to meet participant demand. Course may be deferred if minimum numbers are not met.
The cost for this course is $2,700 per person (GST Free). An amount of $1,500 is to be paid at enrolment. The balance is due once attendance is confirmed, to be paid on Day 1 of the course.
Want more information?
Contact us on (08) 9470 4999 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs, potential delivery options. Railtrain is a national Registered Training Organisation that delivers training services exclusively for the rail industry.
Our services include:
- Training programs in rail operations, rail infrastructure and rail safety investigations
- Traineeship delivery and advice on possible funding opportunities to offset training costs
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) services for those with relevant knowledge and skills
- Verification of Competence (VOC) assessments, Safeworking and other enterprise training
- Development of training and assessment materials customised to client requirements and mapped to national qualifications
Apply Safety Critical Communications in the Rail Environment TLIF0008
This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply effective safety critical communications in the rail environment.
This unit focuses on the application of safety critical communications in the rail environment. It provides learners with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively communicate in critical situations to ensure the safety and well-being of all personnel involved.
AN OVERVIEW OF this course
- Focuses on safety critical communications in the rail industry.
- Covers the importance of effective communication in critical situations.
- Teaches communication techniques, protocols, and standardised language specific to rail.
- Provides training on emergency communication procedures and reporting incidents.
A nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in the unit TLIF0008 Apply Safety Critical Communications in the Rail Environment is given to all participants who successfully complete the theory and practical assessments.
The half day course will take place at the Railtrain training rooms and comprehensively cover the following topics.
Communication techniques and protocols
- Developing effective verbal communication skills and listening techniques.
- Using communication protocols and language specific to the rail industry.
Emergency communication procedures
- Understanding emergency response protocols.
- Reporting and documenting critical incidents accurately and comprehensively.
Team collaboration and coordination
- Collaborating effectively with others.
- Maintaining situational awareness and providing accurate information to relevant personnel.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN)
As part of the enrolment process you will be assessed to confirm you have the LLN skills required to work in the rail industry.
The Railtrain training rooms and track work training pad are at Unit 1, 58 Tarlton Crescent, Perth Airport. Workshops will be scheduled to meet participant demand. Course may be deferred if minimum numbers are not met.
The cost for the unit, including workshop theory and practical training, is $295 (GST Free), to be paid as part of enrolment.