Home About Us News Gallery (new!) Contact Us



Infinity Training and Assessing can offer a variety of signalling training courses at either our own premises in Horsley Cross or at our customers' premises (subject to the correct material/equipment being available).

The instructors provided will be highly experienced in the technical subject and either be working towards the recommended level 4 trainer qualification or will have already achieved this or higher.

To view the courses we are able to offer please click on the links. However should you not be able to find the course you require please email us at info@infinity-training.co.uk and we will do our best to help.

Testimonials


"We found the trainer to be very knowledgeable, patient and helpful throughout the course. Everything was explained in a manner that was easy to take in and remember. All in all it was a great course" Technotrack Engineering Team Leader

Basic Signalling One & Two

Category:
New category?
Number of delegates: 6
Duration: 10 days
Location: Horsley Cross

Who should attend
Delegates who have some experience of signalling but no qualification as evidence and those who wish to refresh their skills.

Objectives
On successful completion of the training course the delegates will be able to:
  • Explain the different types of signals used on the railway
  • Demonstrate an understanding in methods of train detection
  • Identify symbols and nomenclature of signalling diagrams including loc diagrams, track plans and scheme plans
  • Explain different types of interlockings and identify different relay characteristics
  • Demonstrate an understanding in different power supplies and know their uses
  • Identify different cables and wires in a variety of signalling equipment and associate them with relevant diagrams
  • Understand signalling diagrams associated with point controls and indicators
  • Explain and demonstrate an understanding of basic fault finding techniques
  • Understanding some maintenance techniques and know where to look for information

Learning approach
50% classroom-based, 50% practical based
Theory and practical assessments

Pre-requisites
Ideally the candidates will have attended a Basic Diagram Reading course or equivalent and have some rail experience.