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NIS is the first in the country to offer training on ‘slab track’ technology.

Our Rail Training Centre is located at Wellington Road Campus in Wolverhampton.

The facility is the first in the UK to offer training on slab track technology which is used in the construction of high-speed rail lines like HS2.

(L-R) Dave Carns, Owner National Infrastructure Solutions (NIS); Stuart Anderson MP Wolverhampton South West; Cllr Ian Brookfield, Leader City Of Wolverhampton Council; Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands; Tony Kearns, Chief Operating Officer

The centre features more than 40 metres of railway track so students can get a hands-on experience.

NIS Rail Training Centre in partnership with Wolverhampton College.

conventional rail and hs2 training facilities

Our new Rail Training Centre at City of Wolverhampton College was opened by Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands and Councillor Ian Brookfield, leader of Wolverhampton Council, on September 29th.

 

Download our Rail Training Brochure here.

National Infrastructure Solutions

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