Smallpeice will be launching a Digital Railway Engineering (for YRS 11 and 12) course this summer as a result of the increasing demand for rail transport and the need for a new generation of railway engineers to tackle tomorrow’s challenges. The 4-day course (29th July – 1st August 2019) will take focus on the range of skills needed to deal with technology from traditional heavy engineering to cutting-edge digital technologies. It will cover:
- The challenges the railways face and the advanced technology they increasingly use to make them safer, cleaner, more efficient, reliable, greener and cost-effective
- How trains protect their passengers in the event of a crash, why aerodynamics are so important for high speed trains, and why train control systems are so complicated and expensive
- How you could contribute to this growing industry as an apprentice or graduate engineer
To find out more click here.