Organizations and operators in the rail industry prefer employees with multidisciplinary skills as current railway technology is more integrated with mechanical, electrical and software components. Our programmes focus on rolling stock, traction and safety training in railway which are crucially in demand among employees.

List of Programmes:
(click on the '+' sign to view the available courses for each section)

Course Title Duration (Days) More Info
Functional Safety 4 VIEW
Planning of Safety Systems 4 VIEW

Rolling Stock & Traction Courses

Course Title Duration (Days) More Info
Train Vehicle Introduction (for Non-Technical staff) 1 VIEW
Five Day Introduction to Traction and Rolling Stock (for Business and Non-technical) 5 VIEW
Five Day Introduction to Traction and Rolling Stock for Technicians 5 VIEW

Course Title Duration (Days) More Info
Advanced Doors Maintenance 4 VIEW
Introduction to Doors Maintenance 2 VIEW
Universal Toilet Doors 1 VIEW
Introduction to Electrical Fault Finding 2 VIEW
Current Collection and Electrical Systems 2 VIEW
Maintenance of On-Train Monitoring Recorder 1 VIEW
Systems / Schematics 3 VIEW
Fundamentals of HVAC
System Maintenance : Saloon
Bogie Maintenance 1 VIEW
Brakes Course 3 VIEW
Torque Awareness 1 VIEW
Coupler Maintenance 1 VIEW
Cummins Diesel Engine 4 VIEW
Pantograph Operation and Maintenance 1 VIEW
Sanding Equipment Operation and Maintenance 1 VIEW
EVAC Toilets 1 VIEW

Course Title Programme Overview Duration (Days) Requirements Max Attendees
Rail Infrastructure
  • Understanding the principle elements and the interaction of Rail Infrastructure, incl. specifics of Asian markets
  • Examples and implications of German Railways
  • Principles of maintenance: terms, norms & standards
  • Different maintenance strategies: usage, differences and similarities
  • Handling the common defects of rail infrastructure
3 For all target groups 16 pax
Safety & Risk Management and Incident Management
  • Process based & risk orientated management and the context to railway company
  • Systematic safety management system: concept
  • Effectiveness of the management system: how to ensure?
  • Transferring the theory in practice for an own system definition
  • The concept of risk analysis and evaluation by estimation of frequency of an incident and severity of its consequences
  • Hazard Management
  • The concept of incident investigation. What does an incident mean for the SMS?
  • Emergency Management and on-site investigation
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Implications for safety and “just culture” in daily work
3 For all target groups 16 pax
Railway Project Management
  • Introduction to planning of projects in the rail industry: resource planning cost estimation
  • Risk analysis, timeline, critical path, etc.
  • Monitoring and systematic control of rail projects, incl. structuring and documentation of work packages
  • Change management: impact on plan, costs, time
  • Specifics of requirements & documentation, contract, claim and stakeholder management in the rail environment
  • BIM (Building Information Modelling) as main technology of infrastructure project management
  • Case studies and exercises based on practical examples and best practices.
3 For all target groups 16 pax
System of Signalling
  • Introduction to Signaling Systems
  • Systems of control and safety for railway traffic and its technical realization: blocks
  • Signaling in practice – failing of technology
  • PC Simulation – geographic based interlocking
  • Core elements of safety and control principals of signaling
  • Signaling Systems considering the safety requirements of the Malaysian rail traffic
3 For all target groups 16 pax
Principle of Electrical Engineering
  • Rail energy supply: types and comparison of systems
  • Formworks drawings: Supply of the overhead catenary
  • Ril 9970301
  • Power supply areas
  • Understanding the requirements of an overhead catenary systems
  • Terms, construction methods & components
  • Addressing the awareness for safety in electrical systems: laws & regulations, safe work (DIN VDE), etc.
3 For all target groups 16 pax

- DB training programmes are delivered by highly experienced trainers from DB, Germany
- Certification by DB & Asian Rail Academy
- Programme delivery method: interactive lecture, case studies, team work activities and role plays