Thursday 7 July 2022

Railway Engineering Programme – Join with a colleague

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Are you interested in gaining a deeper, more technical understanding of railway infrastructure and operations from a broader systems perspective? Join this online programme together with a colleague and you will both benefit from an additional €200 discount and the chance to find common opportunities to support your day-to-day work, collaborate more effectively, solve problems and improve your projects.

You can apply here to request your discount.*

Using an accessible and flexible way of learning, this programme helps you understand how all the interfaces relate, affect each other and influence the system, so that you can deploy more efficient ways of planning and implementing operational and maintenance strategies. This will ultimately have an impact on your day-to-day work and your projects and decisions regarding investment, innovation and optimisation.

This programme was a milestone in my career. My key aim was to understand rail systems from an engineering and operations point of view. The knowledge I acquired allowed me to make better-informed decisions in relation to railway planning, urban planning and policy recommendations.” – Elias Abou Mrad (Senior Urban Planner and Project Manager)

For more information or to enrol go to:

Online Programme: Four career-oriented courses – Starting on 7 September 2022

  1. Track and Train Interaction – Download full syllabus
  2. Real Time Operations – Download full syllabus
  3. Performance over Time – Download full syllabus
  4. Capstone Project – Individually guided project that integrates the knowledge and skills gained from the first three courses.

With an on-demand and weekly workload of 4-5 hours, you can follow this programme wherever you are, alongside your job or study.

*If you are interested in joining with a larger group, please contact us directly for more information.

If you need more information please contact Eduardo Landin

from TU Delft Online Learning.

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