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Registration Date: 31-10-2007
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Additional Info About Peter
Exam intentions:
  • Already passed the examination
IRSE member (class)?: Fellow [FIRSE]
Job Role: System Architect
Location: South Wales
Railway Administration: UK Mainline (Network Rail)
Bio: Signalling and Systems Engineering Manager working for Network Rail in UK.
I have been around in signalling since 1994 (when I joined BR graduate scheme).
Eventually got round to taking the exam myself (Mod 1 & 2 in 2006 and 3 & 5 in 2007). I was helping to facilitate a study group in Bristol and thought if I was doing that, why not do the exam as well?
Mainly project experience but had three years on maintenance and the spent some time on the asset owner side of things.I spent five years the Network Rail Route Asset Manager for Signalling on Western Route and have recently returned to UK from Sydney Australia where I was working on the Transport for New South Wales Digital Systems Program as an ETCS advisor.
My experience is in UK mainline practice.
Personally I prefer the non wordy questions (calculations and tables) but that is probably because I find it hard to put into words what I want to get across.
  • Male
English :
  • First language, UK