A stand-alone module of the established and highly respected Railway Management Certificate Program, this residential five-day program in Washington, D.C. and Newark, NJ, covers the critical topics of safety and regulation. We visit Washington, D.C. to meet with AAR, STB, FRA and several other organizations to learn how they set and oversee rules, standards etc. We also travel to see vital aspects of railway operations such as port integration and intensive passenger service management.
Safety and Security
Associations and Government
Transit, Organization, and Labor
Risk Management, Future Opportunities
Industry Future and Wrap Up
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SITE VISIT INFORMATION
Regional/short line railroad, major rail customer loading facilities,
economic development sites (subject to availability.)
Key Learning Objectives
Participants in this program will have:
- Learned how to create and maintain a safety culture
- Gained a better understanding of the importance of railroad security
- Knowledge of the role of Federal Government and others in safety, regulation, and policy
- Freight railroad economics, data analytics and technology development, standards, etc.
- Explore labor relations in the modern rail industry
- Understand how a major port works and it’s rail interfaces
- Discussed ways forward for the future North American rail industry
Faculty and Speakers
NICK LITTLE, FACULTY LEADER
is the Director Railway Education, Center for Railway Research and Education (MSU/CRRE). Before joining the CRRE team, Nick had a career with British Railways, supply chain management, and executive education.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY
from the #1 ranked University for both graduate and undergraduate Supply Chain Management programs for many years (US News & World Report).
SELECT SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
will join for guest lectures and presentations.
Who Should Attend?
- Railroad middle managers with capacity to perform at higher levels
- Managers/leaders requiring learning opportunities beyond their functional experience
- Shippers needing to learn about and understand how railroads operate
- Suppliers to the rail industry wishing to learn about the business
- Staff of rail agencies, regulators, public policy bodies, and state/local government.
"The MSU Railway Management Program provides a well-rounded curriculum covering all aspects of the industry. The wealth of knowledge, industry insight, and the relationships cultivated over the duration of the course provide a service valuable to any railroad manager." Conrail
$5,000 – full tuition. Price includes instructional materials and site visits, faculty and staff support, overnight hotel rooms, daily breakfast, and lunch. Transportation to and from the program, and dinner most nights are not included. Discounts are available for multiple participants from the same company. To utilize the best in adult learning practices, class size will be limited to twenty-five participants.
This program will comply with COVID-19 requirements at all class and site visit locations.
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Online registration: execed.broad.msu.edu
Phone registration: +1 517-353-8711
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Applies Towards the Following Series
- Railway Management Certificate Program : Required