The College is dedicated to providing the higher-level training required to create HS2, Northern Powerhouse Rail and other rail projects, as well as supporting the skills demand from employers who are facing skills challenges such as digitalisation of the railway and an ageing workforce
The University of Birmingham has been identified as the preferred bidder for the National College of Advanced Transport and Infrastructure by the Further Education Commissioner’s Structure and Prospects Appraisal process Following the first phase in a government-initiated process to secure the future of the National College of Advanced Transport & Infrastructure (NCATI), the University of… Read more »Read more
Blog by Andrew Friesen, Head of Education and Performance Like all education providers, the current Covid-19 pandemic has forced the National College for Advanced Transport & Infrastructure to move quickly to an online delivery model for all its courses. But unlike many other providers, since the inception of the College, we have depended on technology to deliver teaching… Read more »Read more
Summary: · We have made a lot of progress in our first two years of operation, with much to be proud of, despite significant challenges in our environment. · We consider the Ofsted process and provisional grade to be flawed. The grade is inconsistent with other external assurance we have received. We are addressing all… Read more »Read more
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