About this training course

Training and Assessment for $195, or Training/Assessment and Medical for $395.Same day training, close to Burwood Station, or onsite training for 6 or more students at a time. ARTC National Track Safety Awareness is an induction training package specifically designed for persons working in the ARTC territory. This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of an operating rail environment and covers key features of ARTC Rail Network and basic legislative and ARTC requirements. This training includes the nationally recognised competency TLIF2080C (Safely Access the Rail Corridor). It provides an understanding of rail terminology, basic signalling indications, rules and regulations for people working in the rail corridor, knowledge of a safe place, electrical safety, personal & legal requirements of fatigue, drugs and alcohol. Please Note: This course provides basic induction to the ARTC network. Workers may require additional competencies such as Track Worker Skill Set or other competencies depending on the type of work. Corridor for work in the TfNSW realm covering ARTC  areas.

Requirements for this course

  • Complete a Category 3 Medical Certificate (as a minimum) from an authorised medical practitioner. (Locations of Authorised Medical Practitioners can be found HERE
  • Have adequate core skills of being able to learn, read, write, take part in oral communication and numeracy
  • Learning Language And Numeracy (LLN) skills embedded in this unit of competency e.g. learner’s will be required to report verbally, relay and discuss information, identify hazards, read safety signs and procedures


Following successful completion of training, you must apply and be issued with a RIW card before working in the rail corridor. Full details of the requirements can be found by clicking HERE.
We are a nationally registered training organisation and approved training provider to ARTC.


Requirements on the day

Provide an original document with Photo ID (e.g. passport, drivers license, student card) on the day top confirm identify Bring a pen and wear comfortable clothing

(Please specify if training or combined training & medical is required)

You will receive an information email with Enrolment Form and course overview.

Please also include USI number. If you don’t have a USI you can create one by going to this link (