About the course
This course, taught over 2 consecutive weeks, provides detailed knowledge and understanding of the principles of operation of railway signalling and control systems.
This will relate to various jurisdictions around the world, focussing on the UK, Europe plus selected detail relevant to students’ home countries. They will understand and be able to analyse the complex interactions between system components; health and safety requirements; tools and techniques for system design and for problem-solving.
Attendance at regional professional institution seminars will be expected and will bring relevance and application to students’ learning.
This module will equip students to apply railway signalling, control and communications systems into practical, industrial settings whilst taking into consideration safety, risk management, systems engineering, cost-effectiveness, choice of components, testing strategies, maintainability and reliability.
Who should attend?
Any engineer working at professional signalling engineer, or working towards professional signalling engineer level. If your role involves signalling, railway control, CBTC, ATO operations you will benefit from this course.
£2,640 which includes all course materials.
Enquiries and bookings should be directed to Mrs Joy Grey.