A stand-alone module of our established and highly respected Railway Management Certificate Program, this residential five-day program in Pueblo, CO, covers the essentials of railway engineering and technology from a managerial perspective. We combine classroom presentation of concepts with discussions led by rail industry subject matter experts, and site visits to see railroad engineering in action. Railway and Engineering and Technology brings together many aspects of the complex railway ecosystem.
MONDAY – WEDNESDAY
On site at MxV with mix of classroom sessions and site visits
Rail Rolling Mill Visit; Locomotives and Rolling Stock classes
Communication Technology 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 ObjectivesBy the end of the program, participants will have improved their understanding of the following engineering and technological topics, which can impact managing today’s and tomorrow’s railroad:
- Railway Engineering, Technology and Research and Development policy
- Vehicle Dynamics
- Infrastructure – Track, Bridges, and Other Structures
- Motive Power and Rolling Stock
- Concepts of Railway Control and Signaling/Communications
- Signaling and Interlocking
- Positive Train Control
- Hazardous Materials and Incident Response
- Railway Telecommunications
Faculty and Speakers
Nick Little, Director Railway Education
Center for Railway Research and Education (MSU/CRRE)
Career with British Railways, supply chain management and executive education.
Select Subject Matter Experts including:
Andreas Hoffrichter, PhD
DB E.C.O. North America, Inc., Manager, Lead, Sustainable Mobility & Zero Emission Technologies
Expert in low- and zero-emissions motive power systems for freight and passenger railways.
Who Should Attend?
- Railroad superintendents, trainmasters, and middle managers from engineering and technological functions with capacity to perform at higher levels
- Managers/leaders requiring learning opportunity beyond their experience who have had limited business administration education
- Shippers needing to learn about the business of railroading to build better relationships to improve performance
- Suppliers to the rail industry wishing to learn about the business of railroading to improve communication and understanding
- Staff of rail agencies, regulators, policy bodies, and state/local government
Price includes instructional materials and site visits, faculty and staff support, overnight rooms, and daily breakfast and lunch.
Transportation to and from the program, and dinner most nights are not included.
Discounts 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.
For more information visit www.raileducation.com.
Applies Towards the Following Series
- Railway Management Certificate Program : Required