RAIL Traffic Pilot
This project will develop one new Unit of Competency and a Skill Set for Rail Traffic Pilots.
The industry is experiencing rapid infrastructure growth and investment that requires skills development to ensure our rail networks remain safe for traditional and autonomous rail traffic and the community.
Rail traffic pilots help ensure safe, efficient, and effective rail traffic movement across rail networks under a variety of circumstances.
Currently there is no skill set for a rail traffic pilot who is not involved within track authority limits, i.e., a rail traffic pilot on the main line not involved with track work.
Given the vastness of the rail infrastructure work currently happening in Australia this is a skill that will be in demand over the next five years as new projects come online.
The Rail Industry Reference Committee (IRC) will have oversight of this project, which will be facilitated by Australian Industry Standards (AIS) in consultation with industry stakeholders. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will be formed for this project.
If you have any questions about this project, or are a subject matter expert and would like to be considered for the TAC for this project, please contact the Industry Skills Manager.
The Case for Endorsement and draft materials are due to be submitted by 30 July 2022.
TLI32715Y Certificate III in Track Protection
Unit of Competency
New unit – TLIC9997Y Pilot rail traffic with due consideration of route conditions
TLISS99988Y Rail Traffic Skill Set
Technical advisory committee
XX JULY 2021
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS NEEDED
Work on this project has commenced and the Rail IRC is forming a TAC.
Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help review and develop Training Package materials to develop one new Unit of Competency and a Skill Set for Rail Traffic Pilots.
To register your interest in becoming a TAC member, please provide your details via the form below, by close of business [XX Day, Date].
Industry Skills Manager - Rail & Transport and Logistics