V/Line have aligned their V/Line Signal Assistant Designer role with Metro Trains Melbourne version and introduced four E-Learning modules for the V/Line – Signal Assistant Designer role. The E-Learning modules are designed to provide all Signal Assistant Designers with a common knowledge baseline as they start developing the skills required for the role.
From 29 June 2022, all new V/Line – Signal Assistant Designers must complete the four Victorian Railway Signalling E-Learning modules (EL124, EL125, EL26 and EL27) to be compliant for the role.
If you have already been signed off on the role with a compliant SoC and Letter of Authorisation you are still compliant at this stage, but will need to complete the modules by 31 August 2022.
The updated Signal Assistant Designer role has moved away from an assessed SoC. This means the Signal Assistant Designer role will not require an external assessor to validate the role.
To commence the E-Learning, RIW administrators need to add the new role V/Line – Signal Assistant Designer – New to the RIW cardholder’s profile and request each E-Learning module.
Instructions can be found in the RIW website E-Learning article. The E-Learning modules have a small charge of $10 +GST each.
V/Line will be reviewing and updating the Signal Assistant Designer role to remove the current competencies:
- Signals (Network) – V/Line Statement of Competency (SoC) – Signal Assistant Designer (85035) (V/Line)
- Signals (Network) – V/Line Letter of Authorisation – Signal Assistant Designer (85021) (V/Line)
You must have completed the four Victorian Railway Signalling E-Learning modules by 31 August 2022 to be compliant in the job role.
If you have any queries regarding this bulletin, please email [email protected]