Introduction To Frauscher Fadc Axle Counter

Introduction To Frauscher Fadc Axle Counter

Introduction to Frauscher Fadc Axle Counter course aims to understand the installation and operation of the Frauscher axle counting system to deliver a safe and reliable service that meets railway operational requirements for lineside signaling, train protection, train detection, remote control signaling interlocking.

5 Days

POA

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Unit 3-4, Sheffield Business Park
Churchill Way, Chapeltown
Sheffield, S35 2PY

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Sometimes the smallest steps in the right direction...ends up being the biggest leap of your life!

Delegates who are new in signalling and telecoms who need to install axle counters on the rail infrastructure.

The delegate must have a minimum of 12 months’ railway experience. A basic appreciation of electrical principles and basic Signalling is desirable but not essential.

Practical and theory work plus assessment

The delegate(s) will be able to perform the following on successful completion of the course:

  • Understand track circuits
  • Principles of FAdC axle counters
  • Wheel Sensors
  • Rail Claws
  • Trackside connection box (GAK)
  • Tools and equipment
  • Wheel sensor mounting
  • Interfaces and wring and in-door components
  • Functionality
  • Understanding Health & safety in an industrial environment
  • Understand and apply correct health and safety regulations for the safe installations of trackside components in a rail environment
  • Principles of Track Circuits
  • Principles of Axle Counters
  • Outdoor Components
  • Tools and equipment
  • Indoor 19” rack mount equipment/components

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Neil Silcox
I really enjoyed the course and the instructors were excellent in the way they put the course over. The facilities were excellent and the course was taught to a very high standard. - Neil Silcox

DID YOU KNOW THAT PTS IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT TOGETHER WITH AN ICI TO WORK ON THE RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE UK?

The UK rail industry employs more than 190,000 people, from train drivers and station staff to those responsible for managing and maintaining the network’s 20,000 miles of track - this means enormous career opportunities are waiting for you!
We offer guaranteed sponsorship enabling you to complete the PTS

PTS ensures that rail workers are aware of their surroundings, are able to move around the lineside safely and are able to react appropriately to circumstances (e.g. the approach of a train).

PTS is not ELCAS accredited and does not form part of ELC funding. However, you are able to use your Standard Learning Credits (SLC) towards the cost of the course. 

 

 

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