Miscellaneous Signalling

 

 

 

Installer Package (IRSE 1.2.110 Mapped)
This package of training gives the candidate all of the industry recognised qualifications to enter the rail sector and become a professional signal engineer.

 

Automatic Warning System (AWS)
The course is aimed at installation and first line maintenance and faulting staff.

 

Block Systems Absolute Block FLFM
The course is primarily aimed at staff responsible for the first-line faulting and maintenance (FLFM) of Absolute Block systems.

 

Cable Jointing
Designed for Installation and Maintenance staff with little or no experience of cable jointing.

 

Cables & Power Supplies FLFM
The course is primarily aimed at staff responsible for the first-line maintenance and faulting of signalling cables and power supplies.

 

Cables & Uses
The course is primarily aimed at first line maintenance and faulting staff, although installation staff would also find it beneficial.

 

Circuits, Plans, Symbols & Railway Nomenclature
The course is aimed at new entrants to the signalling industry.

 

Correlation
Designed for members of staff who are required to carry out correlation duties.

 

Electrical Signals (including AWS & TPWS) FLFM
The course is primarily aimed at staff responsible for the first-line faulting and maintenance (FLFM) of electrical signals, AWS and TPWS installations.

 

Failure & Incident Testing (Level 1)
The course is primarily aimed at staff undertaking the maintenance, testing and initial failure diagnosis of signalling equipment.

 

Fibre-based Level Crossing CCTV
Designed for Signal Maintenance and Testing Staff who are required to maintain and fault find on fibre-based level crossing CCTV systems.

 

GEC Reed FDM System
The course is primarily aimed at first line maintenance and faulting staff.

 

Relays
The course is aimed at new entrants to the signalling industry.

 

Safety Precautions when Working with Electrical Equipment
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 came in to force on 1st April 1990. The purpose of the regulations is to require precautions to be taken against the risk of death or personal injury from electricity during work activities.

 

Signal Maintenance Testing Handbook (SMTH) Mk4 - Full
Designed for members of staff who will are capable of leading a Signalling Maintenance and Fault Finding Team.

 

Signal Maintenance Testing Handbook (SMTH) Mk4 - Recertification
Designed for members of staff that holds a Certificate in Signal Maintenance Testing and their certificate is nearing the end of its two-year limit.

 

 

Train Protection Warning System Installation & Maintenance
Designed for competent installers, to provide them with the extra knowledge and skills that are required to carry out Installation and Maintenance of TPWS equipment.

 

Working on Operational Signalling Equipment
The course is primarily aimed at staff required to remove and return signalling equipment from operational use in the course of maintenance, faulting and testing.