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About this training course

Safety Critical Communications Cost :$200 (incl gst). Burwood Location The course covers communication skills including practice applying effective safety critical communications behaviours for rail work.  It is designed for persons working in safety critical roles in the rail industry.The course is a one-day program focussed on behavioural communication skills. The training is scenario-based and highly practical.  The aim is to reflect on and improve existing behavioural skills required in a various SafeWorking situations and condition.   You will be assessed on your participation, so make sure that you are actively involved – ask questions, contribute ideas and share with your colleagues.   Training and assessment is aligned to TfNSW Network Standards, Rules and Procedures, and delivered under TfNSW Approved Training Provider Program.  It includes TLIF0008 Apply safety critical communications in the rail environment which is a national unit of competency from the Transport and Logistics Industry (TLI) training package.

Requirements for this course

  • 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
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We offer combined medical and training packages at a reduced cost than if each is arranged and paid for separately.

The following cost options are available:

RISI (TLIF2080) TRAINING


$195

Participant must arrange and pay for their own Category 3 medical assessment at one of the Medical Centres listed HERE

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COMBINED RISI TRAINING (TLIF2080) + MEDICAL ASSESSMENT (CAT3)


$395

With this package we arrange your CAT3 Medical assessment at the Burwood Medical Centre(85 Burwood Rd Burwood).

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Note

Participants will need to provide page 3 of the signed Cat 3 medical assessment when applying for/updating an RIW card (see applying for RIW card). With either option, participants must pass the Category 3 Medical assessment prior to applying for an RIW card Ideally this should be done before training is done.
On Completion For Participants deemed competent after assessment we issue a Statement of Attainment in TLIF2080 (Safety access the rail corridor). Applying for RIW Card In order to received an RIW card, participants must upload their Statement of Attainment together with page 3 of the signed Cat 3 medical assessment onto the Pegasus Onsite System.

FULL DETAILS OF THE REQUIREMENTS AND PROCESS ARE AVAILABLE BY SIMPLY CLICKING HERE

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 (www.usi.gov.au).