HRD Courses Register
Find out here if your course is accredited or non-accredited.
HRD Accredited Course List
- Certificate IV in Electrical–Rail Signalling
- Certificate III in Mechanical Rail Signalling
An accredited short course is aligned to a Training Package unit of competency (or a nationally recognised course).
Training is nationally recognised. A Statement of Attainment is awarded on demonstration of competence.
Accredited short courses offered by HRD include
- Rail Signalling Control and Wiring System Concepts (Install and wire rail signal equipment – RS3.1 RS3.2 RS3.3)
- HRD-N101 Maintain mechanical signalling equipment and infrastructure
- HRD-B3053 Test mechanical interlocking frames
- Rail Labourer Core Skills
- Rail Signal System Testing
- Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel
- HVST – Signals Tester
- HVSO – Signals Operator
- HVSO – Signals Operator + Rescue from live apparatus
- HVSR – Authorised Signal Recipient + Rescue from live apparatus
- Construction Induction/White Card
- Operate a Vehicle-Mounted Loading Crane
- Provide First Aid
- Provide CPR
HRD Non-Accredited Course List
A non–accredited course is training that’s not based on a Training Package unit of competency. It’s not nationally recognised training.
Common specialised HRD courses that are non-accredited are
- Introduction to Rail Signalling (G1.1 G1.2 G1.3)
- The Rail Signal Systems Graduate Engineer Program: Introduction to Rail Signalling (G1.1 G1.2 G1.3)
- Graduate Engineer Program: Rail Signalling Systems and Equipment (G2.1 G2.2 G2.3 G2.4 G2.5 G2.6 G2.7)
- MicroLok II and MicroTrax
- GCP 3000/4000
- ARTC Working in Live Electrical Locations
- ARTC ST144
- Function Tester–Locations
- Tester Assistant
- HVSR – Signals Recipient
Enrolling into a HRD Course online
Complete your enrolment by following the process below
1. Collect your documents
You must have evidence of your identity and citizenship. Have ready at least one of the following documents and information to help complete your enrolment:
- Current Australian/NZ passport, Australian driver’s licence, identity card or Medicare card or other accepted documentation to verify your identity (eg full birth certificate).
Bring photographic proof of identity to your first class.
2. Complete the online Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment
When you are enrolling into nationally recognised training you must complete an LLN assessment.
This is an online reading, writing and numeracy assessment and it must be completed before enrolment can be finalised.
Your LLN result will be used to help HRD identify any educational support needs that you may have.
Access the LLN check for your course by selecting the course link below.
Follow the instructions to complete and submit the LLN skills review.
- UEE41220 Certificate IV in Electrical-Rail Signalling
- TLI31920 Certificate III in Mechanical Rail Signalling
- HRD-Rail Labourer Core Skills
- HRD Accredited Course LLN check. (This is the LLN skills review for other accredited courses, including short courses. See the HRD courses register at left for courses in this category.)
(An LLN check is not required for non-accredited training.)
|HRD will contact you in 3-5 working days of receiving your LLN review ONLY if your LLN skills may be a barrier to you successfully participating in training and assessment.|
3. Create/use your Unique Student Identifier (USI)
It’s a government requirement that you have a USI to enrol in a vocational education program. The USI is a reference number that will give you access to an online record of all of your recognised training and qualifications.
You can use your existing USI or create one for the first time.
If you already have a USI go to STEP 4. If you’ve lost your USI, follow this link to find your USI.
- To create a USI you’ll need your ID ready, such as a Medicare card, current passport, full birth certificate or driver’s licence.
- Once you’ve created your USI, make a note of it as you’ll need to provide it as part of completing the enrolment form.
(A USI is not required for non-accredited training. However, HRD recommends that you get one as it helps smooth administration.)
4. Read the HRD induction information
It is important that all Registered Training Organisations ensure that learners are adequately informed about the services they are to receive, their rights and obligations, and the RTO’s responsibilities.
You must read the induction information before enrolling into any course. You should also read the Privacy Notice that informs learners of how data collected during enrolment is used.
Read the Induction Information for your course by selecting the course link below.
- UEE41220 Induction Information
- Rail Labourer Core Skills Induction Information
- Certificate III in Mechanical Rail Signalling and other extended accredited course inductions
- Accredited Short Course Induction Information
- Non-Accredited Short Course Induction Information
5. Complete your enrolment form
Access and submit your online enrolment form below.
Not sure if your course is accredited or non-accredited? Check out the HRD Courses Register at left.
If you can’t see your course on the enrolment application, you may be using the wrong form.
Remember, if you’re not sure or if you have any questions we’re available by phone or email to help you.
Can’t find A course? Need Help?
Call Erin at HRD (03) 9747 2386 / 0437 419 713 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Accredited Course Enrolment
Accredited training is based on a unit of competency. Check the list of HRD accredited courses (at left) before choosing this option.
If you’re enrolling with HRD for the first time in any kind of nationally recognised course, choose First time accredited enrolment with HRD.
If you’ve recently completed a nationally recognised course with us (ideally within the last 3 years) select Accredited re-enrolment with HRD.
If you’re uncertain about which option to choose contact HRD (03) 9747 2386 / 0437 419 713 or email@example.com
Non-Accredited Short Courses
A non-accredited course is not aligned to a unit of competency. Check the list of HRD non-accredited courses before choosing this option.
If you’re enrolling with HRD for the first time in ANY course that’s not nationally recognised, choose First time non-accredited enrolment.
If you’ve recently completed ANY non-accredited short course with us (say, in the last 3 years) select Non-accredited re-enrolment with HRD.
If you’re uncertain about which option to choose contact HRD (03) 9747 2386 / 0437 419 713 or firstname.lastname@example.org