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Training for quality and competence
Quality training isn't just about the talent or experience of the trainer; nor is it the comprehensiveness of the training alone; and it doesn’t rely solely on the talent of the participants.
Commitment to quality
The importance of quality rail signalling RPL assessments*
Ensuring that assessment meets the standard required by industry is essential in order to satisfy employer demand for a safe and competent workforce. Assessment includes Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for existing workers.It’s common to hear...
Working in live locations (WiLL) is the ARTC training course for people with limited signalling knowledge who are required to access live ARTC signalling locations to carry out their work.
The working safely in live rail signal locations course addresses ARTC protocols and is also an essential pre-requisite for obtaining an ARTC Signalling Statement of Competency (SoC) for work carried out in live rail signal locations.
The working in live locations course satisfies Rail Industry Worker competency matrix requirements.
Training introduces staff and contractors to the communication protocols and duty of care requirements for working ON or NEAR the ARTC rail signalling system.
Irrespective of your work history or experience there are no exemptions. ARTC requires all staff and contractors to attend and be assessed.
Contact HRD today for more information or download a WiLL brochure.
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