Engineering and Digital E-Learn's

Relevant to learners and meeting students’ course expectations are key challenges for traditional education providers, ever increasingly grappling with how to stay agile as technology constantly evolves. eLearning is one way higher education and vocational education providers can reach wider markets in a flexible manner by offering components of their courses online to learners.

In a scan of rail specific courses offered by global institutions, the limited use of eLearning is noticeable, especially in engineering focused offerings. While many disciplines, especially education and health, have incorporated eLearning into their learning methodologies, the global rail industry has been slow to incorporate eLearning when compared to other sectors.

These solutions could assist future course providers when preparing digital learning in rail for clients from both academia and industry. The project will also suggest a number of actions (a check list) for transport decision makers when considering upgrading rail staff skills using digital learning tools.


Electrical E-Learns

Electrical Engineering is responsible for the design of electrical infrastructure, including substations (traction and distribution), high voltage aerial transmission lines and high voltage underground cables, traction 1500 volt overhead wiring and power supplies for signalling, stations and buildings.

These designs include aspects such as protection, earthing, bonding, SCADA, lighting, materials, and power system (AC and DC) modelling.

Electrical Engineering also provided support for Audits, Incidents, investigations and maintenance.

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Signals E-Learns

Signal Box Operations is accountable for daily train operations, incident management, Rail Safety requirements, operational strategies and advice on infrastructure projects within the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink network.

Signal Box Operations is responsible for the overall management of all signallers, area controllers and signal boxes in the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink network.

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Track Structures E-Learns

Trackwork Transport is responsible for the coordination of large bussing operations associated with trackwork. We are responsible for identifying bussing plans, liaising with external authorities, the procurement of vehicles and management of bussing operations.

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Relevant to learners and meeting students’ course expectations are key challenges for traditional education providers, ever increasingly grappling with how to stay agile as technology constantly evolves. eLearning is one way higher education and vocational education providers can reach wider markets in a flexible manner by offering components of their courses online to learners.

In a scan of rail specific courses offered by global institutions, the limited use of eLearning is noticeable, especially in engineering focused offerings. While many disciplines, especially education and health, have incorporated eLearning into their learning methodologies, the global rail industry has been slow to incorporate eLearning when compared to other sectors.

These solutions could assist future course providers when preparing digital learning in rail for clients from both academia and industry. The project will also suggest a number of actions (a check list) for transport decision makers when considering upgrading rail staff skills using digital learning tools.


Electrical E-Learns

Electrical Engineering is responsible for the design of electrical infrastructure, including substations (traction and distribution), high voltage aerial transmission lines and high voltage underground cables, traction 1500 volt overhead wiring and power supplies for signalling, stations and buildings.

These designs include aspects such as protection, earthing, bonding, SCADA, lighting, materials, and power system (AC and DC) modelling.

Electrical Engineering also provided support for Audits, Incidents, investigations and maintenance.

Connect

Signals E-Learns

Signal Box Operations is accountable for daily train operations, incident management, Rail Safety requirements, operational strategies and advice on infrastructure projects within the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink network.

Signal Box Operations is responsible for the overall management of all signallers, area controllers and signal boxes in the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink network.

Connect
Track Structures E-Learns

Trackwork Transport is responsible for the coordination of large bussing operations associated with trackwork. We are responsible for identifying bussing plans, liaising with external authorities, the procurement of vehicles and management of bussing operations.

Connect