Gain practical experience in how rail networks operate.
There are many entry-level roles in the rail industry.
Trainees work in supporting roles and earn a wage while they learn new skills. Some training will lead to nationally recognised qualifications. Traineeships are usually between six months and two years long. At the end of your training, you’ll have all the experience and skills required to perform your role.
Work experience placements can help you connect with employers while you finish school. You can get a feel for the industry before starting your career.
Entry level roles
You can find trainee and work experience opportunities in many areas of rail.