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The Certificate in Railway Control Engineering Fundamentals, part of the IRSE's professional examination, covers all aspects of railway control engineering at a foundation level. This is a stand-alone qualification in addition to being a mandatory pre-qualifier for all wishing to take the Advanced Diploma (unless have passes in previously available modules).
The Certificate is be suitable for a much wider group of people working on or around railway control and communications systems than the Advanced Diploma. Junior signalling and telecoms engineers, project managers, project planners, software developers and managers of contractors and sub-contractors will demonstrate a broad knowledge of railway control and communications systems engineering by passing this module.
Questions will cover all 11 learning objectives as detailed in the syllabus.
The Certificate is a 90 minute computer-based exam which will be held remotely. The exam on 26 March will be held remotely with remote proctoring (invigilation) software - you must read the terms and conditions before booking.
For reading materials, syllabus, etc, please see our Certificate (Module A) exam resources webpage.
Candidates can choose one of 10 timeslots to sit their exam on 26 March 2022 (all times given in Universal Coordinated Time UTC), detailed below. There are limited numbers for each timeslot.
March2022 Certificate Terms & Conditions
Certificate in Railway Control Engineering Fundame
Candidate guide v2 for March 2022 exam candidates