To instruct candidates on correctly determining their roles and responsibilities when undertaking the duties of a Level Crossing Attendant. This person must hold a valid IWA or COSS competency. This course is designed to give candidates the knowledge and understanding of the duties of the Level Crossing Attendant. LXA is a 1- day classroom-based course on how to correctly identify and operate a Level Crossing on the Network Rail Managed Infrastructure. This course is for people whose job role will at some point require them to take local control of a Level Crossing for several different reasons.
- Welcome & Introduction
- Aims and Objectives
- Level Crossing Types
- Theory Assessment
- Practical Assessment
- Post course objectives
- Delegates must hold a valid Sentinel Card endorsed with a Valid COSS/IWA competence
- Candidates must hold a valid Medical and Drugs and Alcohol certificate issued by Network Rail
- Candidates must have a good command of the English language
- Candidates must be primary sponsored
Successful candidates will be notified to sentinel as being trained and assessed as competent and their sentinel card will be endorsed AOD - (LXA). This competence will be valid for two years. To recertify candidates must ensure they complete a minimum of four shifts and record them in their work experience book – issued by Seaton Rail.