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IRSE launches series of 10-minute videos

The Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE) has launched its own series of online, informative videos – IRSE10///.

Initially a series of six high quality, studio shot, ten minute talks on aspects of train control, IRSE10/// is the brainchild of current IRSE president Andy Knight, managing director of Signet Solutions, who aims to raise awareness of train control and communications engineering, both within the rail industry and to a wider audience.

“In today’s fast paced world, many people may not have the time to watch an hour-long technical presentation on a particular subject, but they are still keen to learn and find out more,” he explained.  “We’ve introduced IRSE 10/// to engage with newcomers to our sector. IRSE10/// also shines a light on train control and communications engineering as part of the Institution’s stated aim to encourage more engineers to consider a career in this exciting field.” 


A trailer for the IRSE10/// series is now online, as are the first three episodes:

1 – Panic in the Exam Room

2 – The importance of CPD

3 – The East Coast Digital Programme

Three more videos will follow in the coming months.

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