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About Us

“All change” is a phrase that every rail passenger is used to hearing. But it’s now a phrase that has special resonance throughout the UK rail industry, as the move toward the ‘Digital Railway’ of the future gathers pace – just at the time when many of the industry’s workforce are approaching retirement age.
Both government and industry alike recognise that this combination of technological and demographic pressure needs a very clear strategy. Only by addressing training and recruitment needs now can we ensure that the UK can draw upon a highly-skilled talent pool in rail engineering – and create a truly world-leading 21st century rail network.
With immediate needs on the timetable too, such as expansion of the workforce to maintain new fleets, the response to the challenge has been a unique and ambitious public/private partnership between government agencies and private enterprise: the National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR).
NTAR, with its multi-million pound state-of-the-art facility based in Northampton, will act both as a UK flagship and an international Centre of Excellence for skills development and collaborative working in traction and rolling stock: addressing a skills gap that would otherwise become a barrier to both maintaining and growing the workforce.

How we will work and operate

NTAR is a joint project between the National Skills Academy for Rail (NSAR), the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) and the Department for Transport (DfT), with industry partner Siemens.

The academy will play a leading role in the new railway skills development programmes being driven by NSAR – working with the market to make sure that industry priorities are met.

We will specialise in vital traction and rolling stock training: offering unrivalled facilities and courses, with our Northampton centre acting as a hub to support and deliver services to customers across the country.

What is NTAR like to do business with?

When you do business with NTAR or participate in one of our courses, we are committed to working to a defined set of values and standards in terms of what we offer, how we deliver it and the behaviours we adopt – to ensure that we achieve and maintain excellence in what we do:

  • Customer focus – to collaborate with customers and our partner network to deliver what is required and to closely monitor and respond to policies and technology that impact the market
  • Commitment – to responsible and safe delivery, to the excellence of the training that is offered, to creating and maintaining a talented and motivated team and to promoting diversity and new talent across the industry
  • Creativity – to innovate, adopting best in class training methodology for the best possible learning experience using advanced channels and delivered by inspirational trainers.

Our training approach

Our goal is clear – to offer the very highest standard of training and facilities, including:

  • A core team of in-house expertise providing a blended learning model: combining the use of unique practical equipment and workshop facilities with classroom based teaching on and off-site, along with innovative distance learning where appropriate
  • A network of trusted and qualified partners to deliver the curriculum, adopting and reinforcing NSAR’s accreditation and skills recording
  • Close collaboration with training providers, universities, colleges and professional organisations at different locations to help build a strong family of training expertise.
  • Making our facility available as a route to support both local and national training organisations in broadening their reach across the industry.

Who will benefit from what NTAR can offer?

We have been established to support all organisations across the industry, with a focus on Traction and Rolling Stock: Train Operating Companies, Freight Operating Companies, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Rolling Stock Operating Companies, Network Rail and the wider supply chain. Our courses and services are designed for:

  1. Career changers joining the rail industry: with short-form courses to provide the knowledge and skills they need to be ready for operational and technical roles
  2. Existing teams of operators / technicians: to prepare them to be competent and confident with respect to emerging advanced technology that will soon be widespread across UK fleets
  3. Young people setting out in their careers: through our managed apprenticeship schemes
  4. Supervisory and management teams: to enhance their leadership and management skills with courses tailored around the rail industry
  5. Rolling stock engineers: through carefully chosen Professional Skills Development modules.
 

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