PROFESSIONALLY RECOGNISED TRACK ENGINEERING AWARDS
PWI training started over 100 years ago and has more recently been providing high level technical training for engineers and professionals operating at all levels. The courses are designed to develop skills and knowledge in all aspects of track repairs, renewals and projects and can help you on your journey to professional registration.
The courses are delivered by industry experts and use the most up to date standards and materials. Awards are made by the Permanent Way Institution for successful completion of written assessments. These comprise of Diplomas and Certificates and are professionally validated at University level.
PWI TRACK ENGINEERING DIPLOMA
18 - 21 January 2021 – Virtual Training Classroom
19 - 22 April 2021 – Virtual Training Classroom - (This module is now fully booked)
7 - 10 June 2021 – Derby
6 - 9 Sep 2021 - Virtual Training Classroom
1 – 4 March 2021 - Virtual Training Classroom
21 – 24 June 2021 - Derby
20 - 23 Sep 2021 - Derby
25 - 28 Oct 2021 - Virtual Training Classroom
8 - 11 February 2021 - Virtual Training Classroom
17 - 20 May 2021 – Derby
19 - 22 July 2021 – Virtual Training Classroom
8 - 11 Nov 2021 - Derby
6 - 9 Dec 2021 - Virtual Training Classroom
Monday 27 September to Friday 1 October 2021 - Derby
We are monitoring our plans to deliver our training courses in line with government guidelines and are working very hard to ensure learning with us is not interrupted. Please check the website for the most up to date information or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be assured that the PWI, in partnership with the Derby Conference Centre, have ensured that new Covid-19 health and safety measures have been introduced for all of our upcoming in-person training events, as per government guidelines. For full details, or to answer any queries, please contact us at email@example.com or 01277 230031 (opt 1).
PWI ELECTRIFICATION ENGINEERING COURSES
**BRAND NEW COURSE**
28 June - 1 July 2021 – Derby Conference Centre
The aim of the module is to give delegates an understanding of the principles of the theory and practice of overhead electrification engineering in the UK. This will include history and context, interfaces, inspection and maintenance.
Further modules are under development and will include design, construction, asset management and 3rd/4th rail and side contact systems. These will lead to a qualification which is mapped to HE Level 6 and provides further learning from HNC, HND and Foundation Degree towards IEng level.