These courses are for people who want a career in the rail industry as Track Force Protection Coordinators for ARTC in the Victorian Main Line area.
This course involves the skills and knowledge required to apply fundamentals of track maintenance and construction, and to carry out basic track measurement,
The Non-Technical Skills training helps to ensure everyone undertaking protection work is able to confidently apply and execute the ARTC approach for protection.
This is a general certification for a person to be qualified and employed as a Lookout and Handsignaller on the Victorian ARTC Network.
This is a general certification for a person working in an operational or supervisory role, who needs to conduct traffic management tasks.
This course involves the skills and knowledge required to apply rail grinding fundamentals in accordance with rail network standards, safeworking and regulatory requirements, and workplace procedures.
From February 2022, Go Train Industry will be an authorised provider for Aurizon Protection Officer training in Queensland. Express your interest now.
From January 2023, Go Train Industry will be offering Queensland Rail Protection Officer training in Queensland. Express your interest now.
This training course is applicable to persons who operate track vehicles on the ARTC NSW Rail Network…
Apply fatigue management strategies, is a preferred qualification for workers in the Queensland Rail network.
The Safeworking Level 1 training course is about managing track vehicle movements…
This course is for rail safety workers and involves applying safety critical communications in the rail environment.
This is a general course for a person to be employed as a rail welder.
The Rail Corridor Protection Officer course for Queensland Rail is the first level of protection officer courses for QR safeworking roles.
This course is suitable for persons wanting to become a Locomotive Driver Second Person or Train Driver Assistant and ultimately a Locomotive Driver.
Working in the Electrified Territory (WET) certification is a mandatory requirement for contractors working for Queensland Rail.
This course involves testing plain rail and field welds using ultrasonic equipment in accordance with rail industry standards, safeworking and regulatory requirements, and workplace procedures.
This course consists of 7 units that progress existing rail workers into the National Rail Labourer role, as per the Rail Industry Worker – National Roles – Track & Civil matrix.
This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply applicable safeworking rules and regulations to rail functions carried out…
This courses covers the skills and knowledge required to adjust rail in accordance with safeworking and regulatory requirements, and workplace procedures for ARTC ETM-06-10 Stressing Plain Line CWR.
This course consists of 7 core units that form the basis of a Rail Worker Basic Skill Set. Rail operators consider this skill set to be a minimum requirement for anyone wanting to work within the rail corridor as a track worker.