April 2022 Our Groups Managing Director, Susie Pascoe, was recently featured on the Crushing it in Construction podcast with Jordan Skinner. In the episode, Susie shares her journey, how she got into […]
Our Tuggerah office has re-located to Newcastle GoTrain is excited to announce that we have re-located our Tuggerah office to Newcastle in bigger premises with practical facilities to manage our continuing growth.
We’re excited to share that our new and improved website has launched. Due to the increased growth, we have been experiencing we have made some major updates to our website.
GoTrain’s Trainee Driver School gives you the right qualifications to start working as a Train Driver Second Person after just 5 weeks of training and practical assessment.
November was a busy month at Go Train Industry, with rail maintenance training at Kangy Angy, multiple major Rail Industry training courses filling our training rooms to Covid-Safe capacity.
Don’t get stuck without your certificate over the Christmas period. While most of Australia have wound down for the holiday season, the railways don’t stop running. Whether you have outstanding online training to complete or those all-important safety induction certifications to update – you definitely don’t want to be left stranded at the rail corridor without the right quals to get to work.
Do you want to move forward in your Rail Career? Already have your NSW Systems of Safeworking units and are ready for a new challenge? The Engine and Air course with Stage 3 Practical Training is the next step you need to take to become a Locomotive Driver Second Person or Train Driver Assistant and ultimately, a Locomotive Driver.
This November, it’s your last chance to get behind the controls of a locomotive. Make the most of the opportunity to step toward your new career and begin our Trainee Locomotive Driver course.
Christmas is coming and so are the last weeks to complete your recertifications. You don’t want to get caught out before starting a job on the rail, so make sure your competencies won’t expire during the holiday break.
A lot has changed since the pandemic was declared, and in many parts of Australia, life feels pretty close to normal, however, in the Go-Train training centres, we haven’t forgotten how important it is to remain vigilant to the safety risks of COVID-19.
Go-Train spoke with Hi-Rail trainer David Dray to get the low-down on our up-and-coming course – the Road Rail Plant Operator (otherwise known as a ‘Hi-Rail’ or ‘TMO’).
Working in the Electrified Territory (WET) certification is a mandatory requirement for contractors working for Queensland Rail.
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.
Due to demand for this essential course (have you checked when your WET expires?) Go Train Industry – Salisbury office in Qld, has beefed up the training calendar and added extra days over the next month to get more Rail Workers into the field.