Work Log.QR - 0-6 month transition utilisation - PO (93013)


Competency requirements

This is the initial utilisation stage of the monitoring process for a qualified Protection Officer (PO) that has attended the PO Transition Course. As such the certificate of achievement for the Protection Officer (PO) Transition is to be used. It is to be uploaded on initial setting up of the role after attended transition training with a 6 month expiry. 


For the first time against this competency, a Certificate of Achievement for QR Protection Officer (Transition certificate ONLY, not recertification certificate - not accepted) can be accepted, providing it is in date/valid. 


The stages after completing transition training include - initial utilisation (set with 6 month expiry), 6 month stage (set with 6 month expiry), 12 month stage (set with 12 month expiry). This stage is set for  the ongoing monitoring post the first 12 months. 

Accepted evidence:

  • 3.16_CoA_Accell_Transition - accepted from 25/06/2020
  • 3.16_CoA_Swetha_Transition - accepted from 25/06/2020


Please see reference document PO Role Pathways below for more details about the competency requirements.

Upload requirements

  • Issue date = Date of Completion on Certificate of Achievement
  • Expiry Date - Set to 6 months from the Date of Completion on Certificate of Achievement. 

 

NOTE: The QR - Protection Officer Certificate of Achievement (Transition) is to be used as the initial utilisation document. The COA awarded as part of the transition training course will include "transition" on the document. 


NOTE: if the completion of any monitoring event falls outside of the expiry date of the previous event, the evidence is to be rejected and the person advised to seek advice from railsafetyworker@qr.com.au

Accepted evidence
Not accepted evidence
  • No example provided.

Business Rule Link
https://businessrules.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000097373

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