New rules apply to things like travel and doing business with Europe as result of Brexit. Use the Brexit checker to get a personalised list of actions for you, your business and your family.
Take part in a ground-breaking rail industry equality survey, jointly presented by rail professionals’ by The Union for People in Transport and Travel (TSSA) and the University of the West of England. The survey, first ran in 2015, was the first of its type in the rail industry, providing a wide dataset for academics and a pan-industry glimpse of equality and diversity in rail.
To take the survey or find out more, click here.
Manage your workforce competency levels at the click of a button using SkillsID. An online tool that enables you to identify your organisation’s level of competence, as well as understanding its commercial ability. Developed by NSAR in collaboration with rail industry employers, the competency management system enables organisations of all sizes to manage competency levels.
Want to find out more, visit https://nsar.freshdesk.com/support/home and log an inquiry.
Interested in a communications career? You can find an extremely rewarding role in a field that allows professionals to be creative, competitive, and earn rewards based on merit by using the Routes into Rail website.
For more information visit: https://routesintorail.org/careers/search?families=Communications
The National Railway Museum, and the Science Museum Group, has announced an ambitious target to achieve net zero by 2033, reinforcing its commitment to put sustainability at the heart of the organisation.
The target commits the museum to change the way it works to achieve a balance between the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere.
This ethos is being adopted widely across the rail and wider industry as the UK moves towards bringing all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050.
The museum reopens on the 19th May 2021.
To find out more click here.
NSAR continues to help its members internationally as well as working with national governments, industrial partners, and blue-chip organisations to provide a range of skills related services to promote and develop technical and vocational skills education & training (TVET) in support of national industrial strategies.
To prepare the workforce for a digital future it would be beneficial to find out which jobs:
- are likely to disappear
- require individuals to be re-skilled
- require individuals to be up-skilled
- are impact by regional aspects
Join NSAR’s exclusive webinar entitled “Preparing the workforce for a digital future“ webinar taking place on Wednesday 28th April at 1:00pm – 2:30pm.
The webinar will focus on the digital transformation of the workforce and its applications to productivity and sustainability. Our workforce planning team will present using analysis and evidence.
To register click here.
Check out the updates to the guidance for the T levels providers.
T Levels are new courses that follow GCSEs and are equivalent to 3 A levels. These 2-year courses, which launched September 2020, have been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses so that the content meets the needs of industry and prepares students for work, further training or study.
Click here to view.
Check out the new guidance for students returning to or starting higher education during spring and summer 2021 terms and HE operational guidance.
- updated guidance on when students can return to campus
- guidance on educational visits and field trips
- updated advice on the opening of, and access to facilities
- guidance on traveling to the devolved administrations via a connecting flight in England
- guidance on international students and coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination
To find out more click here.
Railway Family Week is a week-long fundraising event bringing together the whole Rail Industry. The event is organised and hosted by the Railway Benefit Fund (RBF)- the only UK charity solely dedicated to supporting current, former and retired railway people and their families.
The aim of Railway Family Week is to raise £50,000. This will ensure that even more current or former rail industry workers can be supported through difficult times.