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Infinity Training and Assessing can offer a variety of signalling training courses at our fully equipped premises in Horsley Cross.

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.


"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

Axle Counter Appreciation

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Upcoming course
6th October 2021 to 7th October 2021
2 spaces available
Number of delegates: 6
Duration: 2 days
Location: Horsley Cross

Who should attend
This course is designed for delegates who have little or no knowledge of axle counters.

On successful completion of this course delegates will be able to:
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the axle counter system
  • Specify detection points on a scheme plan and location plan
  • Understand the basic principles of axle counter installation
  • Understand the main components of the axle counter system
  • Describe the principles of section reset and restore
  • Specify detection points and evaluator circuitry on relevant location/REB drawings
  • Demonstrate an understanding on known faults that may occur trackside

Learning approach
70% classroom based theory using PowerPoint presentations, scenarios and pro-active discussion

30% practical sessions including hands-on removal and re-fitting of the axle counter heads

A theory and practical assessment is carried out to check the delegates’ understanding.

An understanding of general railway signalling principles is required and it is recommended that delegates should have attended a Basic Signalling One course prior to attending this course.