Railway operators require skilled workforces to ensure efficient and safe rail operations across their networks. Regular training enables new recruits to understand and confront the challenges posed by their roles.
The increased use of advanced technologies in railway operations and the wider industry warrants specialised training for personnel on an ongoing basis to allow them to adapt to evolving technology and policy changes, as well as the procurement of new systems.
Companies provide recruitment services to fulfil the demand for skilled workforces in the railway industry for roles such as light rail operators, rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators, and technicians.
Recruiters are hired to fill positions across multiple areas, including manufacturing, operations, maintenance, and information technology (IT).
Finding suppliers of training and recruitment services
Railway Technology has listed some of the leading providers of training and recruitment services based on its intel, insights, and decades of experience in the sector.
The list includes providers of training equipment, training services, recruitment, and simulation technology for the railway industry.
The information in the download document is intended to be useful for railway companies and operators, procurement officers, and other individuals involved in training and recruiting railway personnel.
The download contains detailed information on the suppliers and their product and service offerings, as well as contact details to aid your purchase or hiring decision.
Training and recruitment services
Training and recruitment products and services for the railway industry include, but are not limited to:
- Rail training and consultancy solutions
- Train simulators
- Driver cab simulators
- Simulation tools
- Virtual, digital, and interactive training solutions
- Talent acquisition and management services
- Upskilling services
- Apprenticeship services
- Training documentation
- Test systems for train driver assessment