Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin and Crossrail Chair Terry Morgan CBE today announced increased government support for developing rail skills in the UK. Speaking at the newly-constructed National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR) and Siemens’ Northampton rail depot, the Secretary of State outlined plans to create more than 30,000 apprenticeship places across the road and rail industry during the lifetime of this Parliament.
Construction is well underway on the multi-million pound national training academy that will act as a flagship for skills development in traction and rolling stock for the UK rail industry. An event to view the progress of construction works for the National Training Academy for […]
Building structure complete on time and on budget; focus from now until opening on internal fit-out and training programme run-throughs With just over three months to go before the new National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR) opens the doors to its first students, collaboration partners […]
South West Trains first train operating company to sign up to new National Training Academy for Rail South West Trains will be the first train operating company (TOC) to benefit from the new National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR). Under a rolling contract that starts in September, the […]