Young Engineers and Apprentices Railway Seminar

30 Nov 2023 - 01 Dec 2023

Young Engineers and Apprentices Railway Seminar
View event site Location: Hallam View, Sheffield, UK Organiser: Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) Organiser Website: Organiser phone: 0207 973 1251 Organiser email: [email protected]

Young Engineers and Apprentices Railway Seminar (YEARS) will take place on 30 November–01 December 2023 in Sheffield, UK.

Each year, the Young Engineers and Apprentices Railway Seminar (YEARS) provides those new to the rail industry with valuable insights into the current developments of the industry. YEARS also provides an opportunity to network with peers from across the industry and foster a more collaborative approach to solving problems in the future. As an event aimed at early careers, YEARS can provide an excellent opportunity for young rail engineers and apprentices to meet in person, fully engage with others from the railway family and kick-start their career in rail.

The concept of Integrated Travel is something which is being explored globally in a multi-stakeholder focus on providing a seamless end to end journey for consumers. Exploring how rail integrates and collaborates with other modes of travel including bus and tram networks and local transport hubs. There is also a focus on how data and remote monitoring can be used to improve these services. Innovation is always at the forefront of YEARS, and integrated travel embraces innovation and a new collaborative way of thinking about rail.

Join this event to:

  • Network with other engineers in the early stages of their careers in rail
  • Learn about the current technologies in the industry and potential future technologies
  • Gain a greater understanding of the breadth of the railway industry and the different career paths that you could take within it

Read more about the Improving Passenger Comfort event and register for tickets here.

This event is organised by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

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