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Course Name

Basic Microstation for Signalling Design

Course Description

General Introduction to Microstation V8 for Signalling Design covering general 2D draughting tools and best practices for producing standards-compliant circuit design that meets Records Group acceptance criteria. There are no pre-requisites for the course although familiarity with Microstation would be beneficial. There will not be a formal assessment but drawings produced during the course will be checked to verify delegates’ understanding of the modules.

Audience

The course is aimed at signalling engineering personnel and trainees who are either new to Microstation V8 or who feel they would benefit from formal training to improve their detailed design skillset.

Duration:

1.5 Days Day(s)

Class size:

9-12

Course Name

Basic Microstation for Signalling Design

Course Description

<p>General Introduction to Microstation V8 for Signalling Design covering general 2D draughting tools and best practices for producing standards-compliant circuit design that meets Records Group acceptance criteria.</p> <p>There are no pre-requisites for the course although familiarity with Microstation would be beneficial.</p> <p>There will not be a formal assessment but drawings produced during the course will be checked to verify delegates&rsquo; understanding of the modules.</p>

Audience

The course is aimed at signalling engineering personnel and trainees who are either new to Microstation V8 or who feel they would benefit from formal training to improve their detailed design skillset.

Duration:

1.5 Days Day(s)

Class size:

9-12

Competence Name Awarded:

N/A

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/BMSD

Prerequisite Name:

N/A

Prerequisite Short Code:

N/A

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

N/A

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face This course requires Virtual Classes
How to Book

Course Name

Production of Non-Conceptual Signalling Design

Course Description

At the end of the training the delegate will be able to: Obtain sufficient information to understand clearly the RSEs requirements. Ensure that the technical requirements are clear and specified and that the information contains all the essential data Identify and deal promptly and effectively with any problems occurring with the requirements and their interpretation. Establish which design methods; materials; formats and conventions are to be used for the design. Identify which requirements can be met by standard equipment, conventions and protocol and specify as appropriate Check and confirm resources identified are appropriate.

Audience

Delegates shall be able to read and interpret signalling diagrams and control tables with a minimum of 5 years experience in a Signalling Faulting and Maintenance environment at supervisory or Technical Support level.

Duration:

3 Day(s)

Class size:

6

Course Name

Production of Non-Conceptual Signalling Design

Course Description

<p>At the end of the training the delegate will be able to: Obtain sufficient information to understand clearly the RSEs requirements. Ensure that the technical requirements are clear and specified and that the information contains all the essential data Identify and deal promptly and effectively with any problems occurring with the requirements and their interpretation. Establish which design methods; materials; formats and conventions are to be used for the design. Identify which requirements can be met by standard equipment, conventions and protocol and specify as appropriate Check and confirm resources identified are appropriate.</p>

Audience

Delegates shall be able to read and interpret signalling diagrams and control tables with a minimum of 5 years experience in a Signalling Faulting and Maintenance environment at supervisory or Technical Support level.

Duration:

3 Day(s)

Class size:

6

Competence Name Awarded:

Production of Non-Conceptual Signalling Design.

Competence Awarded:

Sig 54

Course Code:

STF 17

Prerequisite Name:

N/A

Prerequisite Short Code:

N/A

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

4

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

Signalling Design

Course Description

The Signalling Design module of the foundation degree

Audience

Only those enrolled via the University on the Foundation degree in Railway Engineering (Inc HNC)

Duration:

0 Day(s)

Class size:

0

Course Name

Signalling Design

Course Description

The Signalling Design module of the foundation degree

Audience

Only those enrolled via the University on the Foundation degree in Railway Engineering (Inc HNC)

Duration:

0 Day(s)

Class size:

0

Competence Name Awarded:

N/A

Competence Awarded:

N/A

Course Code:

FDRE

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

Course Name

Basic Microstation for Signalling Design

Course Description

<p>General Introduction to Microstation V8 for Signalling Design covering general 2D draughting tools and best practices for producing standards-compliant circuit design that meets Records Group acceptance criteria.</p> <p>There are no pre-requisites for the course although familiarity with Microstation would be beneficial.</p> <p>There will not be a formal assessment but drawings produced during the course will be checked to verify delegates&rsquo; understanding of the modules.</p>

Audience

The course is aimed at signalling engineering personnel and trainees who are either new to Microstation V8 or who feel they would benefit from formal training to improve their detailed design skillset.

Duration:

1.5 Days Day(s)

Class size:

9-12

Competence Name Awarded:

N/A

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/BMSD

Prerequisite Name:

N/A

Prerequisite Short Code:

N/A

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

N/A

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face This course requires Virtual Classes

How to Book

Course Name

Production of Non-Conceptual Signalling Design

Course Description

<p>At the end of the training the delegate will be able to: Obtain sufficient information to understand clearly the RSEs requirements. Ensure that the technical requirements are clear and specified and that the information contains all the essential data Identify and deal promptly and effectively with any problems occurring with the requirements and their interpretation. Establish which design methods; materials; formats and conventions are to be used for the design. Identify which requirements can be met by standard equipment, conventions and protocol and specify as appropriate Check and confirm resources identified are appropriate.</p>

Audience

Delegates shall be able to read and interpret signalling diagrams and control tables with a minimum of 5 years experience in a Signalling Faulting and Maintenance environment at supervisory or Technical Support level.

Duration:

3 Day(s)

Class size:

6

Competence Name Awarded:

Production of Non-Conceptual Signalling Design.

Competence Awarded:

Sig 54

Course Code:

STF 17

Prerequisite Name:

N/A

Prerequisite Short Code:

N/A

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

4

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

Signalling Design

Course Description

The Signalling Design module of the foundation degree

Audience

Only those enrolled via the University on the Foundation degree in Railway Engineering (Inc HNC)

Duration:

0 Day(s)

Class size:

0

Competence Name Awarded:

N/A

Competence Awarded:

N/A

Course Code:

FDRE

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