The rights skills and expertise will be needed to deliver to Scotland’s Railway

A programme of proposed railway projects aimed at sustaining investment in Scotland’s Railway has been unveiled at the Rail North of Border Conference today.  The event sees  300 rail experts, including the supply chain, gather in Glasgow to look ahead to the next the next rail funding period (Control Period 6: 2019-2024).

Together with industry partners, Transport Scotland shared information on a suite of proposed projects under consideration across the length and breadth of Scotland. There will also be a 21% increase in expenditure on the day to day running of Scotland’s rail network, which will deliver improved performance and resilience over time.

NSAR knows that human resource with the appropriate skills and expertise will be needed to deliver Scotland’s railway. NSAR’s Skills & Training division offers a range of services to assist in developing and training the right people to support employers embarking on major projects.

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