Assessment.QR - Clipping Points Psychometric Testing (910069)


Competency requirements

  • The Clipping Points Psychometric Testing competency covers specific Queensland Rail requirements.
  • Only issued by the identified Queensland Rail Psychometric Tester.
  • The Psychometric Test results to be uploaded to this competency are issued by Queensland Rail.
  • The Handsignaller Psychometric Testing and Clipping Points Psychometric Testing are sufficient to cover the Protection Officer Psychometric Testing requirement.
  • NOTE: A QR place holder document has been issued for all role holders who had attained to PO1 through to PO3 certificate of achievement up to the 27th November 2014.

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion
  • No expiry date is required
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Assessment.QR - Handsignaller Psychometric Testing (59285)


Competency requirements

  • The Handsignaller Psychometric Testing competency covers specific Queensland Rail requirements
  • Only issued by the identified Queensland Rail Psychometric Tester
  • The Psychometric Test results to be uploaded to this competency are issued by Queensland Rail
  • Queensland Rail will issue either a Placeholder document or a Qualifications Report
  • The Protection Officer Psychometric Testing and Clipping Points Psychometric Testing are sufficient to cover the Handsignaller Psychometric Testing requirement
  • NOTE: A QR place holder document has been issued for all role holders who had attained to PO1 through to PO3 certificate of achievement up to the 27th November 2014

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion
  • No expiry date is required
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Assessment.QR - Protection Officer Psychometric Testing (59284)


Competency requirements

  • The Protection Officer Psychometric Testing competency covers specific Queensland Rail requirements
  • Only issued by the identified Queensland Rail Psychometric Tester
  • The Psychometric Test results to be uploaded to this competency are issued by Queensland Rail.
  • The Handsignaller Psychometric Testing and Clipping Points Psychometric Testing are sufficient to cover the Protection Officer Psychometric Testing requirement
  • NOTE: A QR place holder document has been issued for all role holders who had attained to PO1 through to PO3 certificate of achievement up to the 27th November 2014

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion
  • No expiry date is required
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QR - Introduction to Network Lockout (EL74a)



Competency requirements

  • Evidence file required = Certificate of Achievement - QR Introduction to Network Lockout
  • Name must match name in RIW
  • Certificate must contain logos and name of competency 
  • Certificate must be signed by Manager Assets Training Delivery
  • Award date must be entered on certificate
  • Expiry state: 36 months from issue date

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion
  • Expiry Date = 36 months from issue date
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QR - Managing Network Lockout (EL75a)



Competency requirements

  • Evidence file required = Certificate of Achievement - QR Managing Network Lockout
  • Name must match name in RIW
  • Certificate must contain logos and name of competency 
  • Certificate must be signed by Manager Assets Training Delivery
  • Award date must be entered on certificate
  • Expiry state: 36 months from issue date

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion
  • Expiry Date = 36 months from issue date
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Safety.QR - Plan & Apply a TA without blocking (81647)


Competency requirements


The QR.Plan & Apply a TA without blocking competency specifically covers Queensland Rails requirements.


The mentoring logbook is a Queensland Rail internal document used to confirm initial competency as a QNRP transition qualified Protection Officer for being able to Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) without blocking.


Upload a completed copy of your Mentoring logbook that has evidence of at least one Mentoring event according to the Protection being applied (in this case, Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) without blocking.


  • The entire row on Page 4 is to be completed in full as per the first (example) row. One row for each event (in line with the competency being submitted) has to be completed.
  • Satisfactory box is required to be checked.
  • The “Protection method” column should specify similar work to the name of the competency and the example as indicated.
  • Page 6 is to show mentor name (under Mentoring record section) and Mentor signature (under Declaration section).
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Upload a completed copy of your Mentoring logbook that has evidence of at least one Mentoring event according to the Protection being applied. In this case, Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) without blocking.

  • Award date of competency is to be set from the date confirmed in the "declaration" section of page-6 of the logbook.
  • No expiry.
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Safety.QR - Plan & Apply a TA IFP&RTS (81648)


Competency requirements


The QR.Plan & Apply a TA IFP&RTS specifically covers Queensland Rails requirements.


The mentoring logbook is a Queensland Rail internal document used to confirm initial competency as a QNRP transition qualified Protection Officer for being able to Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) IFP&RTS (Infield Protection & Rail Track Signals).


Upload a completed copy of your Mentoring logbook that has evidence of at least one Mentoring event according to the Protection being applied (in this case, Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) IFP&RTS (Infield Protection & Rail Track Signals).

Please Note: Infield protection contains use of rail track signals.

  • The entire row on Page 4 is to be completed in full as per the first (example) row. One row for each event (in line with the competency being submitted) has to be completed.
  • Satisfactory box is required to be checked.
  • The “Protection method” column should specify similar work to the name of the competency and the example as indicated.
  • Page 6 is to show mentor name (under Mentoring record section) and Mentor signature (under Declaration section).

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Upload a completed copy of your Mentoring logbook that has evidence of at least one Mentoring event according to the Protection being applied. In this case, Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) IFP&RTS (Infield Protection & Rail Track Signals).
  • Award date of competency is to be set from the date confirmed in the "declaration" section of page-6 of the logbook.
  • No expiry.
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Safety.QR - Plan & Apply a TA Buffer Distances (81649)


Competency requirements


The QR.Plan & Apply a TA Buffer Distances specifically covers Queensland Rail's requirements.


The mentoring logbook is a Queensland Rail internal document used to confirm initial competency as a QNRP transition qualified Protection Officer for being able to Plan & Apply a TA (track authority)  Buffer Distances.


Upload a completed copy of your Mentoring logbook that has evidence of at least one Mentoring event according to the Protection being applied (in this case, Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) Buffer Distances.)


  • The entire row on Page 4 is to be completed in full as per the first (example) row. One row for each event (in line with the competency being submitted) has to be completed.
  • Satisfactory box is required to be checked.
  • The “Protection method” column should specify similar work to the name of the competency and the example as indicated.
  • Page 6 is to show mentor name (under Mentoring record section) and Mentor signature (under Declaration section).

Upload requirements


Upload a completed copy of your Mentoring logbook that has evidence of at least one Mentoring event according to the Protection being applied. In this case, Plan & Apply a TA (track authority) Buffer Distances.

  • Award date of competency is to be set from the date confirmed in the "declaration" section of Page 6 of the logbook.
  • No expiry.
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Authorisation Letter.QR.Mentor - Manage Multiple Worksites (30011)


Competency requirements

  • The Safeworking Mentor Application – Supervisor Declaration is used to identify roles and qualifications held to support the mentor application.
  • The Safeworking Mentor Application - Supervisor Declaration form can be downloaded from the Queensland Rail Rail Industry Worker webpage when applying for the role and signed by the supervisor to confirm experience and eligibility.
  • Upload a completed copy of your Safeworking Mentor Application – Supervisor Declaration.
  • The supervisor declaration is to be signed by the applicants supervisor for confirmation of roles and qualifications.

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  • The Safeworking discipline head or delegate (QR Assessor) will assess the mentor application and upload the Safeworking Mentor Confirmation document if approved in the role.
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Authorisation Letter.QR.Mentor - Manage Rail Traffic (30012)


Competency requirements

  • The Safeworking Mentor Application – Supervisor Declaration is used to identify roles and qualifications held to support the mentor application.
  • The Safeworking Mentor Application - Supervisor Declaration form can be downloaded from the Queensland Rail Rail Industry Worker webpage when applying for the role and signed by the supervisor to confirm experience and eligibility.
  • Upload a completed copy of your Safeworking Mentor Application – Supervisor Declaration.
  • The supervisor declaration is to be signed by the applicants supervisor for confirmation of roles and qualifications.

Upload requirements

  • The Safeworking discipline head or delegate (QR Assessor) will assess the mentor application and upload the Safeworking Mentor Confirmation document if approved in the role.
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Certificate of Achievement.QR - Manage Multiple Worksites (30013)


Competency requirements

  • The Certificate of Achievement.QR - Manage Rail Traffic qualification specifically covers Queensland Rails requirements.
    • Only a Queensland Rail Authorised training organisation can deliver this competency. 
    • QR authorised training providers are: Queensland Rail and Accell
      • 3.17_CoA_Accell - Accepted from 01/07/2021
      • 3.17_CoA_Recert_Accell - Accepted from 27/06/2024
      • 3.17_CoA_QR - Accepted from 01/07/2021
      • 3.17_CoA_Recert_QR - Accepted from 27/06/2024
    • Queensland Rail will only issue a Certificate of Achievement for accreditation where you have completed the course previously with QR – showing QR3.17 Manage Multiple Worksites
    • The content is Queensland Rail specific and cannot be delivered by any other RTO, other than the RTOs authorised in Business Rules whose trainers have completed the Trainer Accreditation Process (TAP) with Queensland Rail and holding the applicable valid job role in RIW system.

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion or achieved on Certificate of Achievement.
  • Expiry Date = 3 years from the Date of Completion
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Certificate of Achievement.QR - Manage Rail Traffic (30014)


Competency requirements

  • The Certificate of Achievement.QR - Manage Rail Traffic qualification specifically covers Queensland Rails requirements.
    • Only a Queensland Rail Authorised training organisation can deliver this competency. 
    • QR authorised training providers are: Queensland Rail and Accell
      • 3.18_CoA_Accell - Accepted from 01/07/2021
      • 3.18_CoA_Recert_Accell - Accepted from 28/06/2024
      • 3.18_CoA_QR - Accepted from 01/07/2021
      • 3.18_CoA_Recert_QR - Accepted from 28/06/2024
      • Queensland Rail will only issue a Certificate of Achievement for accreditation where you have completed the course previously with QR – showing QR3.18 Manage Rail Traffic
      • The content is Queensland Rail specific and cannot be delivered by any other RTO, other than the RTOs authorised in Business Rules whose trainers have completed the Trainer Accreditation Process (TAP) with Queensland Rail and holding the applicable valid job role in RIW system.

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  • Issue Date = Date of Completion or achieved on Certificate of Achievement.
  • Expiry Date = 3 years from the Date of Completion.
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Safety.Work Log.QR - Annual Monitoring Checklist - MMW (30015)


Competency requirements

  • The Monitoring Checklist is a Queensland Rail internal document used to monitor continuous competency of people with this role.
  • The Monitoring Checklist will indicate what stage of development you have attained.
  • For the Monitoring Checklist to be accepted, it will need to meet the following:

    - Protection Officer Name

    - Card No. and Valid until date shown for the qualification Manage Multiple Worksites

    - Please note that in Section 2 not all boxes need to be ticked

    - Identify monitoring outcome for Manage Rail Traffic and set expiry date

    - Confirm supervisor name has signed, dated and ticked yes

    - Confirm Protection Officer confirmation has been signed, dated and ticked yes.

  • 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 person advised to seek advice from railsafetyworker@qr.com.au

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  • The stages include - Initial uitilisation (set with 3 month expiry) used to initiate the first 3 month stage - 3 month stage (set with 3 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 month stage
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Safety.Work Log.QR - Annual Monitoring Checklist - MRT (30016)


Competency requirements

  • The Monitoring Checklist is a Queensland Rail internal document used to monitor continuous competency of people with this role.
  • The Monitoring Checklist will indicate what stage of development you have attained.

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  • The stages include - Initial uitilisation (set with 3 month expiry) used to initiate the first 3 month stage - 3 month stage (set with 3 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 month stage 
  • For the Monitoring Checklist to be accepted, it will need to meet the following:

    - Protection Officer Name

    - Card No. and Valid until date shown for the qualification Manage Rail Traffic

    - Please note that in Section 2 not all boxes need to be ticked

    - Identify monitoring outcome for Manage Rail Traffic and set expiry date

    - Confirm supervisor name has signed, dated and ticked yes

    - Confirm Protection Officer confirmation has been signed, dated and ticked yes.

  • 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 person advised to seek advice from railsafetyworker@qr.com.au

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