Step into rail on 23 November 2017
The National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR) will be holding a one-day event at its purpose-built training facility in Northampton on 23 November. Designed specifically for ex-Forces personnel, the day will illustrate how valuable military skills and experiences can be translated to roles within the rail industry.
The event will coincide with the launch of brand new traction and rolling stock qualifications, which are eligible for ELCAS funding and enable ex-Forces personnel to be work-ready before they begin a career in the rail industry. The qualifications are accredited at level 3 – a combination of theoretical and practical training – and will take five or ten days to complete, depending on previous experience.
The main focus of the day will be engineering, however NTAR will also be promoting other roles that require a range of skill-sets, suitable for recruits from all ranks. Also present will be many of the top rail companies, including the Talent Acquisition Partners for Siemens, Bombardier, Hitachi, Eurostar and Northern Rail, so delegates will have the opportunity to speak with potential employers and possibly to register their CVs. Tours of NTAR’s state-of-the-art training facility will be running throughout the day.
With no cost to attend, the day offers a full agenda with great networking, case studies of how others have made the journey into industry, and the chance to explore how military-gained knowledge can be applied to careers within rail. Supported by the CTP and the Officers Association, it’s a day not to be missed!
Register at www.ntar.co.uk/step-into-rail
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