TLI32515 Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure
Speciality: Track Maintenance
This is a general qualification for a person engaged in the rail infrastructure environment who performs tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications in a wide variety of contexts. It may involve application of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others.
Units of Competency
Successful completion of 11 units of competency made up of:
- 5 core units, plus
- 6 elective units
Units of Competency Delivered
- RIICCM201D Carry out measurements and calculations
- TLIE2007 Use communications systems
- TLIE2029 Conduct workplace information briefings
- TLIF3003 Implement and monitor work health and safety procedures
- TLIJ3002 Apply quality systems
- RIICCM203D Read and interpret plans and job specifications
- RIIRIS401D Apply site risk management system
- TLIB3094 Check and repair track geometry
- TLIB3095 Check and repair points and crossings
- TLIB3099 Examine track infrastructure
- TLIS3026 Implement track maintenance and construction
This course is delivered over approximately 12 – 24 months, allowing for application of learnings within the workplace in between structured sessions.
The entry requirement for this qualification is TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure (Track Work) or relevant industry experience gained by working in the rail infrastructure environment.
Course Outcome and Pathways
Successful graduates will receive a Certificate of Award and Transcript for this qualification. Students who do not complete the full qualification can exit with a Statement of Attainment for successfully completed units of competency.
Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:
- Senior Track Maintainer
After achievement of this qualification, graduates may wish to undertake TLI42315 – Certificate IV in Rail Infrastructure
Everyone is entitled to an opportunity to have their previous skills and knowledge recognised in order to gain formal qualifications and reduce duplication of training and/or assessment activity (and sometimes cost). Students are encouraged to apply at program commencement. Please refer to the Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) information in our Student Handbook for further information.
Training and Assessment
Kevesther delivers its training programs onsite at clients’ workplaces (or alternatively at Kevesther’s own training facilities) through face-to-face training, coaching, and assessment activity (assessment includes knowledge questions and practical demonstration). Wherever possible, we utilise our client’s own company documentation and worksite-specific construction plans, etc. for more effective transfer of learning relevant to individual workplaces. Kevesther’s trainers and assessors work with our clients in a team-approach to ensure each student is given every opportunity to successfully complete their programs.