TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure (Release 2)

Release Date 04.07.2018 - 4.0-5.0
This Qualification is a general qualification for a person engaged in basic operations within the rail infrastructure environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. This qualification is suited to those looking to enter the rail infrastructure industry undertaking track work. Learners will learn how to enter the rail corridor safely, using basic handtools, communication and WHS requirements.

Learners must follow the packaging rules:
Qualification Packaging Rules:

16 x Total Units
7 x Core Units
TLIB1028 Maintain and use hand tools
TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
TLIE1003 Participate in basic workplace communication
TLIF1001 Follow work health and safety procedures
TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies
TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor
TLIU2008 Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure

Following the core units you need to specialise in a stream.
Our most common stream is Stream A - Track Work:

TLIB2085 Apply track fundamentals
TLIB2092 Operate minor mechanical equipment
TLIS2030 Carry out track ballasting
TLIS2031 Install railway sleepers
TLIS2034 Install and repair rail fastening systems
TLIS2044 Carry our rail installation

PLUS 3 electives. 
We can assist you in choosing your elective units upon contacting us.
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*Elective units can be substituted for a range of suitable alternative units but are subject to availability and course requirements.

Face to face workshop is required (typically two weeks). A logbook must then be completed in a work environment. Logbook completion must be completed with 12 months of enrolment date.

This course is Face to face (Internal based) and Workplace based. 

Work Placement
Learners will need to complete supervised activities in the field (workplace) to complete this course. A logbook will be supplied for the learner to complete the relevant activities and tasks. This will also details the equipment you will need access to. Once the logbook is completed it can be submitted and upon successful completion a Certificate or Statement of Attainment will be issued.

If a Learner does not have a suitable workplace, the E-learning component can be completed however, a learner will not be able to be issued a Certificate OR Statement of Attainment until the logbook is completed (in the workplace).

Learner Support

If a learner requires support services, please contact our office for assistance. This course requires basic Language, Literacy and Numeracy. Assessment requires single choice, multiple choice and short answers. 

Following successful completion of the e-learning component, learners will be issued a logbook. The logbook requires learners to complete work experience for each unit. Once the logbook is completed this can be uploaded and submitted via the learner portal against each unit. 

Learner Handbook
Please read our Learner Handbook prior to enrolment into this course. It contains information to help assist the Learner. 


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