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TLI21311

Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure

Qualification description

This is a general qualification for a person performing basic operations within the rail infrastructure environment.

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  • Potential Course Delivery: Classroom, E-Learning, Blended Learning, Work Place Learning, Distance, Recognition of Prior Learning
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This qualification could be applied to the following jobs:

  • Training plan

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Under close supervision employees perform basic track worker duties such making sure equipment is operating effectively, measuring and noting track geometry, laying ballast and operating minor mechanical equipment.

      • Core Units – 8 required
      • Maintain and use hand tools
      • Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
      • Participate in basic workplace communication
      • Follow occupational health and safety procedures
      • Apply fatigue management strategies
      • Safely access the rail corridor
      • Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
      • Operate under track protection rules
      • Elective Units – 2 required
      • Work effectively with others
      • Use infotechnology devices in the workplace
      • Specialist Elective Units – all required
      • Apply track fundamentals
      • Operate minor mechanical equipment
      • Carry out track ballasting
      • Install railway sleepers
      • Install and repair rail fastening systems
      • Carry out rail installation
  • Training plan

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Employees work under close supervision in a team and assist with general railway structures maintenance work such as basic steel repairs to buildings, tunnels and bridges.

      • Core Units – 8 required
      • Maintain and use hand tools
      • Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
      • Participate in basic workplace communication
      • Follow occupational health and safety procedures
      • Apply fatigue management strategies
      • Safely access the rail corridor
      • Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
      • Operate under track protection rules
      • Elective Units – 2 required
      • Work effectively with others
      • Use infotechnology devices in the workplace
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      • Specialist Elective Units – all required
      • Read and interpret plans and specifications
      • Carry out routine maintenance of structures
      • Apply awareness of structures fundamentals
      • Operate minor mechanical equipment
      • Carry out measurements and calculations
  • Training plan

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Under close supervision employees perform basic track worker operate self-propelled equipment on track to measure and note track geometry and lay ballast. They also make sure that equipment is operating effectively.

      • Core Units – 8 required
      • Maintain and use hand tools
      • Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
      • Participate in basic workplace communication
      • Follow occupational health and safety procedures
      • Apply fatigue management strategies
      • Safely access the rail corridor
      • Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure
      • Operate under track protection rules
      • Elective Units – 2 required
      • Work effectively with others
      • Apply awareness of safeworking rules and regulations
      • Specialist Elective Units – all required
      • Clean equipment and restore worksite
      • Check and assess operational capabilities of equipment
      • Apply track fundamentals
      • Measure and record track geometry
      • Travel medium or heavy self-propelled on-track equipment OR
      • Propel and operate light on-track equipment
      • Carry out track ballasting

Possible Career Pathways for:

Track Worker, Structures Maintainer, Mobile Plant Operator

Driving Operations and Road Transport:

Furniture Removalist:

International Freight Forwarding:

Logistics:

Material Logistics:

Mobile Crane Operations:

Rail Operations and Rail Infrastructure:

Stevedoring:

Vehicle Instruction:

Warehousing & Freight Handling:

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