Course description:
Arguably one of the best Railway Institute across the globe. Stared in the year of 1957 by Ministry of Railways,Government of India to cater the need of their own staff and officers. Now the training is available to foreign Railway officers and professionals. Almost every country ,one can find IRISET trained professionals and are very much sought in every country.If you are seeking training or you training needs of your organisation,you can contact at director@iriset.ac.in.

Career outcomes:
You can get trained on modern as well as conventional signalling. Well equipped labs are the advantage of this institute. Subjects are based on Safelok,Microlok,Siemens Relay Interlocking and Communication,Automatic Warning System,Data Loggers to mention a few. IRISET can be reached at http://203.176.113.182/IRISET/

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Developed as a cooperative project between the rail industry and the University of Wollongong, this course captures the knowledge and expertise of long-term rolling stock engineers working in the Australian rail industry. It is provided as a professional development program for people entering or working in the rail industry. The course is delivered via flexible online learning suitable for mature-age students studying part-time. A one-day compulsory workshop for each subject provides a firm foundation and interaction with peers and experts.

Entry requirements:
A Bachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent. Applicants holding other tertiary qualifications with at least five years’ relevant industry experience and who are nominated by their employer may also be considered. Completion of the Graduate Certificate course provides entry to the Master of Rolling Stock Engineering course.

Career outcomes:
It is envisaged completion of the Graduate Certificate and Master of Rolling Stock engineering will provide specific knowledge and application of more general engineering principles to rolling stock and rolling stock systems . Graduates will be able to: generate specification and evaluate performance of rolling stock components; use predictive models for generating system specifications at whole system level; and estimate the impact of a regulatory framework, human factors and community expectations on the rolling stock operational environment.

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Developed as a cooperative project between the rail industry and CQUniversity, this course captures the knowledge and expertise of long-term railway signalling engineers working in the Australian rail industry. It is provided as a professional development program for people entering or working in the rail industry. The course offers a good understanding of signalling and the telecommunication environment and covers the topics of safety and best practice signalling. The Program is recognised by the International Institute of Railway Signalling Engineers (IRSE) and the degree is an acceptable equivalent to the IRSE exam for the purpose of membership. The course is delivered via flexible online learning suitable for mature-age students studying part-time and working full-time.

Entry requirements:
A Bachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent. Applicants holding other tertiary qualifications with at least five years’ relevant industry experience and who are nominated by their employer may also be considered.

Career outcomes:
ICompletion of the Graduate Certificate in Railway Signalling and Telecommunications provides entry to the Graduate Diploma in Railway Signalling and Telecommunications and the completion of the Graduate Diploma in Railway Signalling and Telecommunications provides entry to the Master of Railway Signalling and Telecommunications. It is envisaged completion of the course/s will provide for a fast-track of rail industry knowledge and expertise.

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Developed as a cooperative project between the rail industry and the Queensland University of Technology, this course captures the knowledge and expertise of civil infrastructure engineers working in the Australian rail industry. It is provided as a professional development program for people working in the rail industry. Graduates will gain skills and knowledge in a range of areas related to the design, construction, maintenance and management of railway infrastructure. The degree offers both theoretical understanding and practical applications of advanced professional practice. The course is delivered via flexible online learning suitable for mature-age students studying part-time and working full-time.

Entry requirements:
A Bachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent. Applicants holding other tertiary qualifications with at least five years’ relevant industry experience and who are nominated by their employer may also be considered. Applicants must be working in the railway industry and have the support of their employer to study the degree.

Career outcomes:
It is envisaged completion of the Master of Engineering (Railway Infrastructure) will provide for a fast-track of rail industry knowledge and expertise. Successful completion of any four of the eight units will enable students to exit from the program with a Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Railway Infrastructure).

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Course description:
eveloped as a cooperative project between the rail industry and CQUniversity, this course captures the knowledge and expertise of long-term railway managers working in the Australian rail industry. It is provided as a professional development program for people entering or working in the rail industry. Graduates will gain skills and knowledge of the complex and interactive railway operating environment including legal, technical, operational and community requirements. The degree offers understanding of safety and risk management issues in railways and introduces the best practices in operation. The course is delivered via flexible online learning suitable for mature-age students studying part-time and working full-time.

Entry requirements:
A Bachelor degree from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent. Applicants holding other tertiary qualifications with at least five years’ relevant industry experience and who are nominated by their employer may also be considered. Applicants must be working in the railway industry and have the support of their employer to study the degree.

Career outcomes:
Completion of the Graduate Certificate in Rail Operations Management provides entry to the Graduate Diploma and the completion of the Graduate Diploma in Rail Operations Management provides entry to the Master of Rail Operations Management. It is envisaged completion of the course/s will provide for a fast-track of rail industry knowledge and expertise.

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