Case Studies

Quality Assurance : RSSB Rulebook Updates

NSAR regularly convenes working groups of training providers to align RSSB Rulebook updates with Network Rail safety training materials.   Brief The Rail Safety & […]

Quality Assurance: Trainer Mentoring Programme

NSAR’s mentoring programme leads the way towards best-in-class safety-critical rail training.   Client Bridgeway Consulting offers consulting and contracting services in civil engineering and asset […]
The impact of COVID-19 on the female workforce in the UK

Workforce Analytics: Women In Rail

NSAR undertook research on diversity in the UK rail industry, on behalf of Women in Rail.   Client Women in Rail is a membership organisation […]

Workforce Analytics: Transport UK

NSAR undertook diversity research for Transport UK to help the organisation understand its current demographics and identify EDI development opportunities.   Client Transport UK is […]

Workforce Analytics: Rail Partners

NSAR investigated the current demographics of Rail Partner organisations and whether the Traction and Rolling Stock sector’s skills and training were fit for purpose for […]

Project Management: TIES Living Lab

NSAR took on the role of Project Management Office (PMO) for a collaboration between government, academia and business aimed at driving innovation in infrastructure projects. […]

Workforce Analytics: Northumberland Line

Using its Skills Intelligence Model (SIM) NSAR provided the UK Department for Transport with a workforce analysis for the proposed reopening of the Northumberland line. […]

Apprenticeship Services: Medway Council

NSAR supports businesses with apprenticeship development, support, evaluation and levy optimisation. We partnered with Medway Council to provide this support to business in Medway, Kent. […]

Workforce Analytics: Offshore Wind Industry Council

NSAR’s Skills Intelligence Model (SIM), part of Workforce Planning, was used to model future workforce requirements in a report released by the Offshore Wind Industry […]
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