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The Railway Technical Society of Australasia (RTSA) is seeking expressions of interest to attend the Insight into Rollingstock Engineering course prior to CORE 2021 on Monday 21st June at the Convention Centre in Perth, WA.
This one-day course will be held in Perth on Monday 21st June, just prior to CORE 2021. It will provide an insight to the technology, processes and principles that are used by railway track engineers. It is designed for those required to liaise with track engineers, assist with the design of railway track, coordinate with track engineering projects and/or maintenance activities and provide an understanding of the interface between track and other railway systems. To encourage further study and the attainment of competencies related to Track Engineering.
Course Fee (TBC following registration opening)
Michael Garrett FIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ, Course Director, QUT Rail Masters Infrastructure, Civil Engineer
Adam Morris BE (Civil), Dip Proj Mgt, MIEAust, Director, Agonis Group
Martin Murray BE, PhD, MIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ, Director, KCPM Consulting Pty Ltd
Expression of Interest
Email us at Chair@RTSA.com.au to express your interest in attending this course.
This article first appeared on www.rtsa.com.au
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