What you will learn:
The course will cover a broad range of topics including:
Systems Thinking Tools and Understanding the Environments of Railway Projects (work placement)
Project Management in the Context of High Speed Rail
Civil Engineering and Track
Rolling Stock and Power
Systems Engineering and Command, Control and Communications
Operations and Management
Students will develop a range of academic skills such as academic writing and research. The course is focused on employement and students will have the opportunity to develop employabiltilty skills that will help them access the workplace and develop sustainable careers in the rail industry.
This course leads to progression onto the Level 5 Higher Level Apprenticeship in Rail Engineering, degree study, or into employment.
Cert HE in High Speed Rail and Infrastructure
If you don’t meet these entry requirements, but feel you have relevant experience, please contact the College and ask to speak with someone from our admissions team.
The College uses subject matter experts from industry to support the delivery of specialist aspects of the course. This provides access to real industrial experience and expertise. There is a eight week assessed work placement within this course.
Course cost: £9,250 per annum
Student loans are available for this qualification. For more information visit: www.gov.uk/student-finance
One year, full-time