Nationally Accredited Training 

Thomson Bridge is a Registered Training Organisation (No. 40754) and operates in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA)

This accreditation enables our Company to issue nationally recognised Qualifications and Units of Competency aligned to industry Training Packages including:

  • Electricity Supply Industry – Generation Sector Training Package UEP18
  • Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training Package UET12

We draw upon this Australian Skills Quality framework to structure tailored, contextualised programs for our Clients.  

For a full list of our training Scope, visit Information about the Australian Skills Quality Authority and Nationally Recognised Qualifications and Units of Competency can be found at


Global Wind Organisation Certification

Thomson Bridge is certified by the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) to deliver the international Basic Safety Training modules in the wind energy sector including First Aid, Fire Awareness, Manual Handling and Working at Heights. GWO Basic Safety Training (BST) is targeted at personnel who work in the wind industry, and have their duties in a wind turbine environment, usually in physical contact with a wind turbine.

The GWO is a non-profit organisation of wind turbine owners and manufacturers, hosted by the Danish Wind Industry Association. The aim of the GWO is to strive for an injury free work environment in the wind turbine industry, by setting common standards in safety training and emergency procedures. 

Visit our GWO page for further details.


Australian Control Room Network Association (ACRNA)

The ACRNA is set up to support members with a resource gathering, sharing and development forum, and to provide a network of individuals and corporates who want to actively participate in pursuing control room best practice.

Membership of the Association provides connections through the website, enables Thomson Bridge to actively participate in gathering, sharing and developing resources.

The ACRNA was developed by a number of control room stakeholders representing oil, gas, electrical generation and distribution, market operators, transport, tunnels, mining and infrastructure, educators and researchers, consultants and trade vendors. 

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