Safely Access the Rail Corridor (SARC) TLIF2080
This nationally recognised course will provide participants with the knowledge, training and skills to effectively work safely in and around the rail corridor.
LocationNHST Head Office or Location by request
Course ScheduleUpon Request Only - 1 day
Delivery ModeFace to Face
Course Times7.45am to 4.00pm
This nationally recognised course will provide participants with the knowledge, training and skills to effectively work safely in and around the rail corridor. The training will detail how to take appropriate safety precautions to access the danger zone, access the rail corridor and how to respond appropriately in an emergency. This course is for people who are going to be working in and around the rail corridor.
Students who are deemed competent will receive a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This certification is nationally recognised for TLIF2080.
The key areas covered by this course include:
- How to safely access and work in the rail corridor
- Recognising the danger zone
- How to identify and access a safe place
- Identifying the direction of approaching traffic
- Applying minimum sighting distances
- Maintaining situational awareness to identify potential risks
- Identifying and explaining the use of communication tools when working in the rail environment
- Identifying electrical safety hazards, risks and controls used in the rail corridor
- Identifying and reporting unsafe situations within the rail environment
- Undertaking work activities under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working rules, procedures and regulatory requirements
- Theory Assessment
- Practical Observations Assessment
Each Participants must:
- Have at least a Year 10 level of numeracy, literacy and communication skills
- Have the ability to read, hear and write English
There are no applicable course pre-requisites.
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
This training program requires basic reading, writing and numeracy skills.
Prior to enrolling please contact New Horizons Safety and Training Services to discuss our support services if required.
Your Rights and Responsibilities
It is a requirement of the Australian Skills and Qualification Authority (ASQA) that students be made aware of their rights and responsibilities prior to enrolling into any of our training courses at New Horizons Safety and Training Services.
Your rights and responsibilities can be found in our Participant Information Handbook.
Recognised Prior Learning
If you feel you have the required skills, past experience or qualifications that should be recognised as part of this program, then please mention this to our friendly staff to discuss your options.
Credit Transfer is a process that provides students with agreed and consistent credit outcomes for units/qualifications that can be identified as equivalent in content. Please discuss this option upon enrolment if you feel your learning outcome can be matched with a current unit or qualification you may already hold
Participants whom have successfully completed SARC training may be interested in extending their knowledge and undertaking a Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure. NHST does not offer this program however other RTO’s who have this certificate on scope will be able to assist with more information.
This information is a generic recommendation of related study options, if you are unsure of your training requirements, please contact your potential or current employer. For further information, or advice, please contact our friendly staff on 07 4927 0666 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full Fee Program
- Credit Card/Cash/EFT/Direct Debit
- Payment Plan is not available for this program