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Rail industry training services
From rail signalling, to track work, to first aid and construction induction … HRD Integrated Services is one of the few RTOs in Australia providing dedicated rail training programs to the rail transport sector.
HRD provides a range of nationally recognised training options for organisations and individuals working in rail infrastructure or in construction-related sectors.
Rail signalling training
Rail signalling is our core business, and HRD remains the provider of choice for the Certificate IV in Electrical–Rail Signalling.
Find out more about our nationally recognised RAIL SIGNALLING courses:
- Introduction to rail signalling
- Install and wire rail signalling equipment
- UEE41211 Certificate IV in Electrical–Rail Signalling
- Mechanical rail signalling
HRD also delivers specialised courses related to rail signalling:
Rail infrastructure training
The Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure (track work stream) and the Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure are offered by assessment-only.
Training occurs primarily in the workplace as part of a person’s on-the-job experience. On-the-job assessment can be conducted by a qualified workplace assessor or by a HRD Integrated Services assessor.
Participants in the Certificate II/III rail training programs complete units of competency with a focus on the track work stream.
Employers and workers can choose from a range of elective options to form a qualification that’s meaningful for their business and for the employee.
Completing all or part of the Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure qualification is useful where workers must meet Authorised Rail Operator (ARO) compliance matrix requirements.
Specialised rail industry training
HRD Integrated Services provides specialised training options for rail signalling and rail infrastructure employers and employees.
Rail High Voltage Signals Tester and HV Signals Operator training is available to signals technical staff. The HRD Victorian HV rail training programs are recognised by V/Line.
Test mechanical interlocking frames, Rail Signal Tester and Function Tester (locations) training programs, customised to local standards, are available to rail signalling technical staff across Australia.
HRD offers the ARTC ST144 Signal Safeworking Standards course and the ARTC Working in Live Electrical Locations course nationally.
Other customised courses are available to meet Authorised Rail Operator (ARO) local compliance matrix requirements.
The Certificate IV in Frontline Management is for people in the workforce who want to hone their leadership skills.
HRD no longer offers its Frontline Management course. Contact our office for assistance.
First aid and construction induction
HRD Integrated Services delivers HLTAID003 Perform First Aid as an update for personnel who are already qualified or as a full course for people new to first aid.
Fast-track learning options reduce the amount of class time.
HLTAID001 Perform CPR is delivered as a refresher on its own or combined with low voltage rescue specialised requirements.
HRD’s Construction Induction training is recognised by WorkSafe Victoria and is transferrable to other states.
It’s a one day, face-to-face course. When assessed, competent learners receive a Statement of Attainment for CPCC1001A Work Safely in the Construction Industry and are issued with a construction induction card.
Accredited training courses are available for specialised job functions in rail and construction-related fields.
The HRD Performing Rescue from Live Electrical Locations course (UETTDRRF06B Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel) covers rescue procedures from low voltage apparatus with reference to high voltage situations as well. Training typically includes a CPR refresher.
HRD Pole-top Rescue training (UETTDRRFO2B Perform Pole Top Rescue) covers the procedures required for a rescue in a transmission, distribution or rail context.
The HRD Working at Heights course (RIIOHS204A Work Safely at Heights) provides knowledge and skills to enable a person to identify work requirements, to access the necessary equipment and to perform work safely at heights.
Electrical awareness for non–electrical workers (including solar apparatus) is a course for people who have no electrical trade background, but who may need to work in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus. (This is a non-accredited course.)
Group bookings for these courses are essential.