Routes into Rail has been working with video production company Cognitive to produce a series of videos with information about the rail industry and rail careers. These videos are aimed at students, graduates, people interested in apprenticeships, teachers and parents.
The videos are placed throughout the Routes into Rail website to reinforce information about rail careers and will be used across social media and Routes into Rail campaigns. They will also be useful for teachers to share with students who want to learn about rail, apprenticeship and graduate opportunities.
Why work in rail
Millions of us use trains every day but there are so many roles we don’t see. With landmark developments and more jobs on the way, there are lots of dynamic, rewarding opportunities in rail.
Roles in rail
When you imagine working in rail, you might think of ticket inspectors, drivers, or those fixing the tracks. But there’s so much to the industry you don’t see…
Example career paths
Fatima hopes to become an engineer and Zak wants to be a train driver. What are their study and training options and career opportunities once qualified?
For parents and careers advisors
Parents and advisors aim to steer young people towards happy, fulfilling careers. Look no further than the rail industry – it has exciting projects, great career progression and higher-than-average pay.
For people interested in apprenticeships
Apprenticeships are a great option for school leavers and people wanting to upskill – earn and learn at the same time, contribute to real projects and choose from so many roles.
As graduation approaches, think about the rail industry. With roles perfect for many skill sets, career progression and higher-than-average pay, graduates can build a great career that makes a difference.
For career switches
Think it might be time for a career switch-up? Don’t overlook the possibilities within rail. If it’s upskilling, reskilling or something new, there’s a place in the rail industry.