What you achieve
EAL Level 3 Certificate in Traction and Rolling Stock Systems
NTAR is working closely with industry and tri-support services to develop a portfolio of training that can lead to a second career in the Rail industry; assisting Ex-Forces personnel, and those preparing to leave the forces, to utilise the transferable skills and attributes gained whilst serving.
The 15 day Certificate has a Total Qualification Time of 100 hours of which 70 are Guided Learning.
Learners should expect to spend around 30 hours outside of the course, studying and completing assessments.
View the full details of our ELCAS accredited Qualifications in Traction and Rolling Stock Engineering >
This qualification is intended to provide the introductory knowledge and practical skill requirements for the maintenance of Traction and Rolling Stock systems. It is suitable for new entrants into the industry who may need to update or convert their existing knowledge.
The programme covers:
There are minimal entry requirements for this qualification; these are Level 2 Technical Certificate in Mechanical Engineering and or Level 2 Technical Certificate in Electrical or similar
Learners must have the minimum levels of literacy and numeracy to comply with the health and safety aspects of the scheme, the completion of the learning outcomes and the external assessment.
Learners should expect to spend around 30 hours outside of the course, studying and completing assessments, in order to achieve the Level 3 Certificate.
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