Rail Skills and Workforce Development Forum

02 Apr 2019 - 02 Apr 2019

Rail Skills and Workforce Development Forum
Location: Addleshaw Goddard, London Organiser: Waterfront Conference Company Organiser Website: https://www.waterfrontconferencecompany.com Organiser phone: +44 (0)207 067 1597 Organiser email: [email protected]

This new and exciting event provides practical insight on how to overcome the critical rail industry skills shortage, exploring how to create additional incentives, including new apprenticeships schemes and programmes. The Rail Skills and Workforce Development Forum one-day event will offer the latest insight on the current skills gap and explore how to support the development of new and existing workforces. Find out how to attract new talent to the industry and how to further invest in and develop your current team and staff.


  • Anna Delvecchio Member of the Board; Commercial Account Director Women in Transport, Amey
  • Simon Bayntun Commercial and Technical Director; Founder and CEO Working Eye; Mode Six
  • Neil Robertson Chief Executive The National Skills Academy
  • May-Ann Lew Major Projects Lead Young Rail Professionals
  • John Bracken Associate Addleshaw Goddard

More to follow…

Highlights of Attending:

  • Receive the latest practical insight on the current skills situation and identify new plans to support your workforce development
  • Understand how to plan for the possible post-Brexit impact on your workforce – understand how your company will potentially be affected and what you can do to be ready for next year
  • Explore how to create a more effective and productive organisation with access to a more diverse and inclusive work environment
  • Consider how to empower women within the industry – exploring how to attract, develop and retain female talent
  • Take away insight on how to prepare your staff for the digital era
  • 3+ hours of networking with senior rail professionals

Visit our website for more information.

Event Code: 367RWN (10% Discount)

How to Register: Call 0207 067 1597, email us or register online.

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