Certificate IV in Rail Safety Investigation (TLI40115)
This course will cover topics such as Rail Safety Law, Legislation, Acts & Regulations, Site Investigation, Gathering, recording & managing evidence, reporting progress of investigations, an understanding of Safety Management Systems and Rail Safety Investigation Principles and types of Rail Safety Occurrences, Notification and Categorisation.
This is a qualification for a person who undertakes a rail safety investigation within the rail industry in accordance with rail industry standards, rules, and operational procedures.
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|AQF Level||Level 4: Certificate IV|
Students will be required to access rail track environments for the completion of some assessment tasks and activities that require adequate mobility in these environments. Students must also have successfully completed a National Track Safety Induction (NTSI) or similar. Induction training is available through various RTO's in Australia.
Student Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations
Standard Course Structure
|BSBRSK401||Identify risk and apply risk management processes|
|PSPREG411A||Gather information through interviews|
|PSPREG418A||Advise on progress of investigations|
|TLIB3118||Apply awareness of railway fundamentals|
|TLIE3022||Complete workplace documents|
|TLIE4030||Prepare rail safety reports|
|TLIF2062||Apply awareness of safeworking rules and regulations|
|TLIF2080||Safely access the rail corridor|
|TLIF3083||Conduct track protection assessment|
|TLIF4088||Implement and coordinate rail safety and WHS risk-control strategies|
|TLIF4100||Identify and meet rail safety regulatory compliance requirements|
|TLIF4107||Respond to notifiable rail safety occurrences|
|TLIF5017||Investigate rail safety incidents|
|TLIG4006||Facilitate work teams|
|TLIB4042||Conduct inspection of safeworking procedures and infrastructure|
|TLIB4079||Conduct a general train examination|
|TLIF4101||Implement and maintain a rail safety culture|
|TLIL4009||Manage personal work priorities and professional development|
Enrol into all units at once.
Course Assessment Information
Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.
Duration and dates
This course is available by Distance Education with compulsory residential schools at CQUniversity Bundaberg.
A total of 18 units must be successfully completed - 14 core units plus 4 elective units.
Distance students require strong self motivation and must have 4-6 hours per week available for study for each unit. This course is self paced so students must have sound literacy and numeracy skills. This course is delivered by distance education so students must have access to a computer and the internet. Students are allocated 13 weeks from enrolment to complete each unit.
2018 Unit Availabilities
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Residential School Information
Students undertaking this course will be required to participate in an on-campus Residential School at CQUniversity Bundaberg.
Students will attend the Resdiential School from Monday, 18 September 2017 to Friday, 22 September 2017 from 8 am - 5pm each day at the Building 12 Crash lab each day