Rail Safety Engineer

Rail Safety Engineer

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The Rail Safety Engineer training course comprises five courses that build on one another and can be booked either individually or in full. The training consists of our individual training courses Basics, Homologation, Standards, Measures & Techniques and Practice.

Dates in the half-years (HJ):

  • 1st – HY 2024 – (for dates see individual modules*)
    • Basics 04.03. – 06.03.2024
      Principles of rail transport and basics of railway engineering
    • Homologation 07.03. – 08.03.2024
      Conditions in Germany and Europe – assessment and regulatory approval process
    • Standards 18.03. – 22.03.2024
      Safety standards Railway EN 5026 | EN 50128 | EN 50129
    • Measures & Techniques 22.04. – 26.04.2024
      Deepening of the measures and techniques in the context of EN 50129
    • Practice 03.06. – 07.06.2024
      Practical applications – the way to safety certification

 

  • 2nd – HY 2024 – (for dates see individual modules*)
    • Basics 16.09.2024 – 18.09.2024
      Principles of rail transport and basics of railway engineering
    • Homologation 19.09.2024 – 20.09.2024
      Conditions in Germany and Europe – assessment and regulatory approval process
    • Standards 07.10.2024 – 11.10.2024
      Safety standards Railway EN 5026 | EN 50128 | EN 50129
    • Measures & Techniques 04.11.2024 – 08.11.2024
      Deepening of the measures and techniques in the context of EN 50129
    • Practice 25.11.2024 – 29.11.2024
      Practical applications – the way to safety certification

*Individual modules can be rebooked for the following semester after consultation.

Please select appointment block.

You can optionally book a block of 4 overnight stays before the respective module. Only one overnight stay is required for homologation & standards.

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Reaching the goal with safety

Certification to the
Rail Safety Engineer
according to the
EN 50126 | EN 50129 | EN 50128

Details

Description

The Rail Safety Engineer training course provides participants with an overview of the standards and other relevant regulations in addition to the core aspects of functional safety in the rail sector. One focus is on the legal aspects of licensing. Due to changes in the content of the Rail Safety Engineer, certification is limited to three years and then requires re-certification. This is used by professionals to keep up to date on railroad safety issues on an ongoing basis.

Additional information

RSE Dates

1st. – HY2024, 2nd. – HY2024

Extra night before the training:

Yes + 571,20 €, No

Training modules

The following training modules are included:

  1. Basics[to the module]
    Principles of rail transport and basics of railway engineering
  2. Homologation[to the module]
    Conditions in Germany and Europe – assessment and regulatory approval process
  3. Standards[to the module]
    Safety standards Railway EN 5026 | EN 50128 | EN 50129
  4. Measures and Techniques[to the module]
    Deepening of the measures and techniques in the context of EN 50129
  5. Practice[to the module]
    Practical applications – the way to safety certification

When booking the “Rail Safety Engineer” training series, modules 1-5 are automatically selected in the respective half-year. Please refer to the modules in the respective semester for the respective dates.

Costs

Total price when booking all Rail Safety Engineer training courses

EUR 12,300 excl. VAT
EUR 14,637 (incl. VAT)

You save EUR 1,700 compared to booking the individual training courses separately. Upon participation and passing the included exams, the Rail Safety Engineer certificate is obtained.

The total price includes the training costs of EUR 7,500 (plus VAT) and a campus fee of EUR 4,800 (plus VAT):

Contains:

  • 16 nights in a unique atmosphere incl. Breakfast; In case of arrival at the lecture or extension we ask for appropriate booking / message.
  • Meals during the training incl. Lunch and non-alcoholic drinks
  • Networking in our lounge
  • At a possibly common learning evening incl. Dinner and non-alcoholic drinks
  • Supervision by the trainer during the learning evenings

Schedule & extra overnight stays

Training times
Training begins at 8:30 a.m
Training ends at 5:00 p.m
The last day of training may vary.

Breakfast
8:00-8:30 a.m

Campus
Gut Bielenberg
Bielenberg 6
25377 Kollmar
E-Mail: anreise@gutbielenberg.de
www.gutbielenberg.de

Accommodation
Boutique Hotel Gut Bielenberg
Bielenberg 6
25377 Kollmar

Elbe Boardinghouse
Am Deich 13
25377 Kollmar

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Arrival recommendations

by train
to Elmshorn station and from here by taxi (advance booking recommended at www.batschotaxi.de).

from the airport
Hamburg and from here by taxi (pre-order recommended at www.batschotaxi.de, stating your flight number)

with public transport
from Elmshorn with the bus line 6530 stop *Bielenberg 18* approx. 200m to the hotel
if staying in the Elbe Boardinghouse, take bus line 6530 to the *Wendeplatz* stop, approx. 300m to the hotel