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The IRSE is the professional institution for all those engaged in or associated with railway signalling and telecommunications, train control, traffic management and allied professions.

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EurIng Ian Bridges is our new President supported by Andy Knight our Senior Vice President and Steve Boshier our Junior Vice President.

Our AGM took place on 22 April 2021 when Dr Daniel Woodland stepped down from being President, leading our many changes throughout 2020-21, and handed over Presidency to EurIng Ian Bridges.  Watch the AGM on the link below.

Our new Council has also been announced. Please see our governance page for more information.

22/04/2021
Dr Daniel Woodland, EurIng Ian Bridges, Blane Judd

 

 

Update (June 2021)

Office update:

The IRSE London office continues to remain closed at this time, working to UK government recommendations and guidance.  Please look at our contact pages for the appropriate email / phone number for you to contact us on.  Please do not send any application forms or cheques through the post as although we have postal redirection in place, postal services remain slow.  Our main office number is +44 (0)20 7808 1180 if you do wish to contact us during UK office hours. Thank you for your patience while we are working remotely.

IRSE News and other post update:

IRSE News and other post sent from the IRSE, such as certificates, may be delayed due to the impact of Coronavirus not only in the UK but also the country where it is being sent to.  We use Royal Mail and their International Incident Bulletin lists all major issues that they are aware of.  Thank you for your patience.

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