Level 2 Track Maintenance
This program aims to engage adults and provide sufficient knowlege, skills and understanding that they need to prepare and train for employment or further education in the rail industry sector. This will cover:
Level 2 C&G NVQ Diploma in Railway Engineering Track Maintenance
Provide the learner with the understanding of track layout, operational procedures whilst working on the track, H&S aspects of the rail industry, manual handling techniques, how to carry out a track inspection and how to maintain the track itself.
Personal Track Safety (PTS)
This qualification is mandatory in the rail sector and allows the holder to gain access as well as work on the railway. This qualification is made up of e-learning, classroom participation and practical elements.
DC Conductor Rails (DCCR)
Any person going to walk or work “On or Near the Line” near to or adjacent DC Conductor Rails must be competent to look after their own safety in relation to 3rd and 4th rail areas.
Upon successful completion of the course, the candidates will have the skills and knowledge and understand the behaviours required to work safely near or adjacent to DC conductor rails.
They will be able to describe the principles of the DC electrified system, identify the main components of the DC system and the hazards and risks associated with working DC conductor rail areas.
Track Induction (TIC)
To provide the basic underpinning knowledge of permanent way construction, components and working methods associated with maintenance, renewal, repair, adjustment and dismantling of permanent way assets. This course teaches the candidates how to use the tools and carry out the jobs for repair, renewals or maintenance of the railway.
Rail Track Practical Experience
The learners will gain practical skills and experience using variety of methods to maintain the railway infrastructure.
Level 3 Diploma In Engineering Technology
This course covers the following areas of the railway including track, overhead line, electrification, traction and rolling stock and signalling.
Those working within the occupation of Rail Engineering are responsible for the safe construction, installation, maintenance and renewal of The Railway to provide a safe and reliable railway for customers. The Rail Industry has a high level of safety critical work activities requiring a disciplined and responsible approach.
Duration depends on previous experience of the delegate and access to opportunities to gain the full range of competencies.EnquireNow