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UEE41211 Certificate IV in

Electrical - Rail Signalling

Apprenticeship term: up to 48 months ­  Your fee estimate*:

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Scope

This qualification provides competencies to install, certify, fault find and maintain rail signalling equipment and systems. This includes ERAC requirements for an ‘Electrician’s licence’, performing like for like replacement, performing authorised installations and alterations, and applying emergency operational restriction. It excludes changing circuit principles, changing the design function and commissioning.

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Commissioning is defined as the process to certify the signalling system to the enterprise standard. Certification is defined as the signing of certification documents by qualified, competent persons attesting to the design, product, or installation is in accordance with the specification requirements as verified by appropriate inspections and/or tests at equipment level.

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