The Signalling Career Conversation webinar offered a great foundation in the basics of how rail signalling systems work. Presented to a captive audience of 124 university engineering students, it also gave the attendees glimpse of what life as a signalling engineer would be like with stories, insights and ideas from industry professionals.
Working under the Training Tor The Future program and in partnership with Jacobs, Monash Engineering Student Society (MESS), Victoria University and Swinburne Women in STEM club three webinars were run over August 2020.
Rail Signal Engineers are now at the forefront of amazing new technologies that allow greater flexibility for running trains and need some of the brightest tech-heads to operate.
With the decades’ long pipeline of rail and infrastructure work being undertaken in Victoria, the industry needs well-trained and qualified professionals.
This highly specialised and growing field needs fresh talent. Applications are closed for 2021. Please check back in August 2021 for further information about the 2022 program
To be eligible for the program, you must be:
* A recent electrical, electronic, mechatronic or computer systems engineering degree (2019 or later) OR have more than five years' experience work experience in these fields
* Able to commit to the three-year program.
The program offers:
- Paid three-year cadetship, with placements at rail and construction industry leaders.
- Paid Graduate Diploma in Railway Signalling Systems qualification upon completion.
- Construction Industry White Card and Safely Access the Rail Corridor training completed within the first five weeks of the program.
- Learn on real-word projects and systems.
- Exposure to the broader rail and construction infrastructure industry through placement rotations.
- Ongoing support from the Level Crossing Removal Project, the agency leading the program alongside industry partners.