This course is an introductory course which means it develops knowledge about the history of rail in Australia, infrastructure, rail operators, National bodies and the future of rail in Australia — all to an introductory level.
This course is suitable for all rail enthusiast and new-starts in the rail industry and will have a broad appeal to all rail related staff — technical or non-technical. This course is designed to give participants a broad knowledge of core terminology and an introduction to the rail industry.
At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:
- Give details on the brief history of rail in Australia
- Explain the history of rail in the Australian State of choice
- Establish who owned the early rail networks in Australia
- Identify and explain the operation of significant rail infrastructure
- Name the rail industry operators in Australia
- Ascertain the Australian National rail bodies
- Pinpoint the future of rail in Australia
This course should take at least 6 hours, especially if all web links are researched.
Participants that complete all on-line course activities and the assessments will receive a Certificate of Achievement.
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