The following training courses have been certificated by the IRSE in compliance with the process for certification of training courses provided by external parties. Individuals and organisations considering making use of certificated training courses are advised to read the process to understand the scope and limitations of the certification:
Fundamentals of signalling systems, provided by ASAP MOBILITY SDN BHD in Malaysia
Introduction to signalling systems, provided byASAP MOBILITY SDN BHD in Malaysia
Fundamentals of communication systems, provided by ASAP MOBILITY SDN BHD in Malaysia
Introduction to communication systems, provided by ASAP MOBILITY SDN BHD in Malaysia
Railway signalling for technicians, provided by ASAP MOBILITY SDN BHD in Malaysia
Intermediate signalling technology - layouts (IST-L) / signalling the layout, provided by SIGNET SOLUTIONS LTD, available to be taught world wide
Post Graduate Diploma in railway signalling and telecommunication, provided by ILEX ACADEMY AND RYAT-BAHRA UNIVERSITY in India
Post Graduate Diploma in railway signalling and telecommunication, provided by ILEX ACADEMY AND RAMAIAH UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES in India
The IRSE Minor Railways Section runs annual workshops on the maintenance of S&T equipment for those volunteering or working on minor and heritage railways. Details will be announced on the IRSE events page.
The IRSE Younger Members' Section run workshops and revision sessions for those sitting the IRSE professional exam and for those who are interested in the subject matter. Details will be announced on the IRSE events page.
The University of Birmingham (UK) and University of York (UK) jointly offer an MSc / Diploma / Certificate in Railway Safety and Control Systems, starting in September each year.
The three pathways of this programme focus on risk and safety systems design; risk and safety systems operation; and communication and control systems (including signalling). The last of these is closely aligned with the syllabus of our professional exam, and offers a qualification which is being assess to the equivalence to taking part or all of the exam. The course includes systems engineering and theory and practice in railway control systems.
The programme is available to study to PG Certificate, PG Diploma (all taught modules) and the full MSc, which includes a research project. This project may be taken at the University of Birmingham, University of York, or in industry, subject to appropriate academic co-supervision. Distance-learning students attend Birmingham only for the taught elements. The part-time and distance-learning modes usually take 2-3 years to complete the full MSc. Individual modules may be also taken for continuous professional development.
For more information and to enquire about places available, visit www.birmingham.ac.uk/msc-rail-risk
The IET/IRSE Railway Signalling and Control Systems (RSCS) is a four day training course delivered by expert lecturers, many of them IRSE members, who have worked on railway systems around the world. This course is delivered every two years, and it features a programme which has been developed by a technical committee.
The programme aims to provide attendees with the most up-to-date contemporary training on signalling and control systems, and is suitable for people who want to understand the basics of signalling, as well as for those wanting to learn about current developments. It contains material relevant to both national rail networks and metros.
This course addresses both signalling and signalling control systems as well as their associated sub-systems, together with the major system and sub-system interfaces.
Covering the principal aspects in depth, the course makes an ideal start for anyone moving into train control engineering, both for graduate engineers and more experienced engineers looking to add to their knowledge base.
The course will next be offered in June 2020, and more information will be available from the IRSE and IET nearer the time.