This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to undertake a derailment investigation in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements. It includes preparing for a derailment investigation, determining potential contributory factors, planning for derailment investigation report requirements, and investigating a derailment. This unit applies to people with the responsibility for rail operations management. The unit TLIF5023 Undertake a Derailment Investigation is a standalone unit delivered at the CQUniversity Bundaberg Crash Lab as a residential school over 5 days. Students undertaking this course will study the accredited unit TLIF5023 - Undertake a derailment investigation.
There are no specific entry requirements but it is strongly suggested that students have at least two years prior experience working in the rail sector in operational or infrastructure contexts.
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Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
Students completing this course should be able to assist with a derailment investigation as a team member. Upon successful completion of this accredited short course students will receive a Statement of Attainment for the unit TLIF5023 - Undertake a derailment investigation.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
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Residential School Information
A number of exercises will be conducted outdoors in a simulated rail environment. Students will be required to wear long sleeved high visibility shirt, long trousers, steel capped/composite safety boots, safety glasses, gloves and a broad brimmed hat.
All Residential Schools for 2020 are currently deferred. Teachers will be in contact with current students to discuss their options.
Additional Resources and Textbooks
A comprehensive learning guide will be provided to students.
Students will be required to wear long sleeved high visibility shirt, long trousers, steel capped/composite safety boots, safety glasses, gloves and a broad brimmed hat.