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Course Name

Signal Engineering Induction

Course Description

At the end of this training event, delegates will understand and/or be able to: - Company procedures, safe working practices and reporting lines; - Basic fire safety and emergency first aid techniques; - Manual handling legislation and lifting techniques; - Personal track safety when working 'On or Near the Line'; - Basic principles of operation of the signalling system; - Purpose of key documents used within signal engineering; - Meaning of symbols/names on a simple signalling wiring diagram.

Audience

Personnel who are new to Signal Engineering and whose work may involve the maintenance or installation of the signal engineering equipment or other duties that may affect the operation of signalling equipment.

Duration:

10 Day(s)

Class size:

8

Course Name

Signal Engineering Induction

Course Description

<p>At the end of this training event, delegates will understand and/or be able to: - Company procedures, safe working practices and reporting lines; - Basic fire safety and emergency first aid techniques; - Manual handling legislation and lifting techniques; - Personal track safety when working &#39;On or Near the Line&#39;; - Basic principles of operation of the signalling system; - Purpose of key documents used within signal engineering; - Meaning of symbols/names on a simple signalling wiring diagram.</p>

Audience

Personnel who are new to Signal Engineering and whose work may involve the maintenance or installation of the signal engineering equipment or other duties that may affect the operation of signalling equipment.

Duration:

10 Day(s)

Class size:

8

Competence Name Awarded:

N/A

Competence Awarded:

N/A

Course Code:

STF IND

Prerequisite Name:

N/A

Prerequisite Short Code:

N/A

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

N/A

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
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Course Name

Signal Engineering Induction

Course Description

<p>At the end of this training event, delegates will understand and/or be able to: - Company procedures, safe working practices and reporting lines; - Basic fire safety and emergency first aid techniques; - Manual handling legislation and lifting techniques; - Personal track safety when working &#39;On or Near the Line&#39;; - Basic principles of operation of the signalling system; - Purpose of key documents used within signal engineering; - Meaning of symbols/names on a simple signalling wiring diagram.</p>

Audience

Personnel who are new to Signal Engineering and whose work may involve the maintenance or installation of the signal engineering equipment or other duties that may affect the operation of signalling equipment.

Duration:

10 Day(s)

Class size:

8

Competence Name Awarded:

N/A

Competence Awarded:

N/A

Course Code:

STF IND

Prerequisite Name:

N/A

Prerequisite Short Code:

N/A

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

N/A

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book