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Rail Cases for Change – Have your say

Rail Cases for Change – Have your say

The Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee has developed Cases for Change for Training Package development work to address priority skills needs in the occupational areas below and is seeking your feedback. Rail Traffic Integrated Systems Coordinate...

Draft training materials available on Rail Projects

Draft training materials available on Rail Projects

Closing 6 April 2021. On behalf of the Rail Industry Reference Committee (IRC), the Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) for the projects below, have considered all stakeholder feedback and revised draft Training Package materials. Rail Train Driving The TAC for the...

TLI Rail Training Package Updates

TLI Rail Training Package Updates

Final draft Training Package materials for the below projects, have undergone independent edit and quality assurance and are now available to view. TLI (Rail) Network Fault Support TLI (Rail) Passenger Train Guard TLI (Rail) Train and Network Control Operations Review...

ARA Young Rail Professionals Forum

ARA Young Rail Professionals Forum

​The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) and Arup invite young professionals who work in rail and their managers, as well as those interested in pursuing a career in rail to attend the Young Rail Professionals Forum to be held in Melbourne on Thursday, 12 December...

Rail subject matter experts needed

Rail subject matter experts needed

Work has commenced on the Train and Network Control Operations Review and Network Fault Support projects, and the Rail Industry Reference Committee is forming a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for each project.Your industry expertise and insight is...

Rail Sector Skills Crisis – A Call To Action

Rail Sector Skills Crisis – A Call To Action

In May 2018, the Australasian Railway Association engaged BIS Oxford Economics to undertake a workforce capability analysis for the rail industry. The study was based on planned and forecast growth in rail infrastructure and rolling stock in Australia and New Zealand...

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