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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.

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Basic Signalling Fault Finding

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Number of delegates: 6
Duration: 5 days
Location: Horsley Cross

Who should attend
This course is designed for signalling staff who will potentially be working in a faulting and maintenance environment.

Objectives
On successful completion of this course delegates will be able to:
  • Understand and describe the wording of a generic signalling circuit.
  • Relate the signalling diagram to the equipment to be tested and highlight particular components.
  • Understand and diagnose various signalling faults working from relevant signalling drawings.
  • Demonstrate a methodical approach to faulting signalling equipment.
  • Describe some of the more common faults found trackside and how to prevent them.

Learning approach
60% classroom based with PowerPoint presentations, active discussions and scenario sessions.
40% Practical based, fault finding and following relevant diagrams.
Practical and theory assessments to gauge the understanding of the delegate.

Pre-requisites
It is expected that delegates will have attended a Diagram Reading course or have a good understanding of reading signalling diagrams.
It is also anticipated that delegates would have a good working knowledge of the signalling environment and have already attended a Basic Signalling One or Two training course.