Network Rail

8.0 /10
Programmes Offered:
Apprenticeship - Advanced Level (Level 3)
Industry:
Engineering

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About Network Rail

Network Rail is at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway. From Crossrail – Europe’s largest civil engineering project – to investment in world-class stations and major programmes of electrification, we’re involved in some of the most ambitious and diverse ventures that this country has ever seen. We’re building the railway of the future. It’s a colossal challenge. And we’re relishing every moment. We’re hoping you’ll choose to join us and help turn our plans into reality; to create a world-class railway and really make a difference to rail travel in Britain.

As an apprentice at Network Rail we’ll support you with extensive training and development, the opportunity to gain professional qualifications and expert guidance to help you reach your full potential in a rapidly growing industry. We invest a lot in our apprentices because we want you to be the future of our business. Network Rail is a company where every individual is able to succeed and encouraged to reach their full potential within a culture that promotes diversity, inclusion and mutual respect.

Choose Network Rail and play your part in the transformation of Britain’s railway.

The difference is you.

Latest Reviews from Network Rail

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    Signalling and Telecommunications technician. Maintaining the signalling and telecommunication equipment within the Banbury area....

    9.9 /10
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    Distribution and plant technician. We go to buildings and do basic maintenance such as clear vegetation and sweep the buildings. Occasionally we have tasks that are quite technical where we use our electrical knowledge, for example replacing heaters and lights....

    3.3 /10
  • Apprentice

    The first 7 months involve learning basics in a classroom environment. Once at depot my day to day role can vary greatly. I can be working nights and weekends. The actual work itself involves either maintaining the railway by replacing small defective parts, or larger work such as replacing a whole ...

    9.1 /10