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Work will be completed by October 2022.
Digitalised materials will be available in SCORM and Microsoft Word formats. SCORM, which stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model, is a set of industry recognised technical standards for eLearning software.
Given the large amount of work needed to digitalise 15 units of competency for the qualification TLI40921 – Certificate IV in Rail Network Control, the materials are being developed in four tranches. We are hoping to be able to release the materials as each tranche is completed, which means some should be available by the end of June 2022.
Yes, all training pathway materials developed as part of this project will be publicly available for use.
The training pathways are being developed in four tranches, and we are hoping to be able to release them as each tranche is completed. This means some should be available by the end of June 2022.