The ARTC–ST144 Signals Safeworking course provides participants with current knowledge of ARTC Signal Safeworking rules, standards and procedures for work in NSW, SA, VIC and WA. This online course is a restricted to persons who are unable to attend classroom and seek remote trainer support. Students will complete all 5 modules online and seek trainer support.
This ST144 (Online) course is only for personnel who qualify to access the learning remotely.
Note: this mode of learning is not always successful. If you are unsure we recommend you take the classroom learning environment option.
The ARTC–ST144 Signals Safeworking course provides participants with current knowledge of ARTC Signal Safeworking rules, standards and procedures for work in NSW, SA, VIC and WA.
ST144 is delivered over 4-5 days of classroom and practical training. Modules 1 + 2 are completed online prior to the start of day 1 training. Students will be issued with a login to access modules 1 and 2. Modules 3, 4 & 5 are delivered in class.
Persons with consider rail signal experience may pass this course in 4 days in class
Persons with limited to no prior signals experience will require 5 days in class
The HRD-ST144 Signals safeworking course is a must for contractors wishing to work on the ARTC network.
Working in Live Locations (WILL) is a mandatory ARTC training course for personnel who need to know ARTC communication protocols and duty of care requirements in order to access live ARTC signalling locations to carry out their work.
The Working safely in live rail signal locations course satisfies Rail Industry Worker competency matrix requirements.
HRD Microlok II training is for signal maintainers wishing to upgrade their skills in computer-based interlocking to build competence in the installation and maintenance of a Microlok II control system.
The course assumes participants have existing competence in signals maintenance.
On successful completion of training and assessment participants receive a Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency UEENEEN114A Maintain computer based interlocking systems.
HRD's Provide First Aid course is for workplaces or members of the public who want to be able to respond to and manage an emergency situation.
The course develops the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response, life support, casualty management and incident management until qualified help arrives at the scene.
A Statement of Attainment for HLTAID003 Provide first aid is issued for successfully completing assessment.
The Provide CPR course develops the foundation skills necessary to recognise and then manage a casualty who is unconscious and is not breathing.
A Statement of Attainment for HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation is awarded on successful completion of assessment.
If you work in rail (or are seeking employment in rail), you may need to provide evidence of having successfully completed Construction Industry induction training.
HRD's Construction Induction ('White card') course is tailored to the rail industry, with examples of OHS in a rail context and specific reference made to rail protocols and emergency procedures. There's also a general construction option for people not from rail.
This course meets the unit of competency CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry.
Do not proceed with purchase until you have contacted HRD.
HRD provides a red card–white card transfer for personnel with an existing Victorian Construction Induction 'Red card' who need to upgrade to the current 'White card'.
WorkSafe Victoria require that you must be able to present a valid red card with the number visible. Application details are on the Construction Induction page.
You must contact HRD before proceeding with this purchase.