TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor
(Rail Industry Worker Induction Training)

Training & Assessment
$210 Inc. GST

You must arrange and pay the additional cost for the required medical assessment. Ref

Training & Assessment + Cat 3 Medical Assessment
$452 Inc GST

This option includes the cost of required CAT3 medical assessment (same day assessments are available). The medical assessment is completed at an RIW approved facilities close to our training rooms.

JMD Railtech Pty Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation accredited by the Australian Skills Qualification Authority (ASQA) to
deliver the following unit of competency:

TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor

Venue: Level 12, 477 Pitt St Haymarket near Central Railway Station Sydney

We are an Approved Training Provider under the Approved Training Program (ATP) for Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) and are licensed to deliver TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor which meets the requirements to work in the Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Realm (Sydney Trains, NSW Trains, Sydney Metro). This training is designed for workers who are required to perform work in 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.

For more details download   Course Brochure

For further information regarding training at JMDR please download the Student Handbook

Cost Courses Time & Location Enrolment Requirements
$210 Inc. GST

$452 Inc GST (with Medical)
Wednesdays from 0745 (training commences 0800)
Other times and days may be available/requested dependant on bookings Location
: Sydney CBD – Level 12, 477 Pitt St Haymarket/Sydney Right near Central Railway Station
To attend training, you must:
  • Provide a Unique Student Identifier (If you don’t already have a Unique Student Identifier see this link:
  • Complete 100 points of identification
To Complete training and apply for an RIW card you must:

Learner’s will be required to report verbally, relay and discuss information, identify hazards, read safety signs and procedures and must have adequate core skills in communication and numeracy and able to learn, read, and write.

To enrol on this course please download the Enrolment Form and return to

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 on

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