Rail track maintenance training
By Sarah Wood
Unemployed people will get the chance to train in rail track maintenance, with Gloucestershire College, Betaris Training and Dean Forest Railway, starting next week (Monday 17th May).
The opportunity, with huge potential for getting back into full-time work, is open to people who are unemployed or on low income and claiming benefits. People aged 19-23 should have five GCSEs at A-C or 4-9. People aged over 24 don't need any previous qualifications.
Qualifications on offer include Level 2 Certificate in Rail Engineering and Level 2 NVQ in Rail Engineering and Track Maintenance.
The nine week course is based at Dean Forest Railway in Lydney.
For more information and to enrol, contact Betaris Training on 01452 751004 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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