The Australian Section was formed in November 1947 and then renamed Australasian Section in April 1989 to include New Zealand
Full details about the Australasia Section can be found on the Australasia Section website, including information about upcoming national and local meetings. As well as holding three national technical meetings every year, each State in Australia also runs its own programme of "local" meetings, to which all are welcome.
The IRSE Australasian Section offers a Graduate Diploma of Railway Signalling, facilitating the development of competent railway signalling engineers with a well-rounded knowledge base and relevant work-place skills to complement employers' graduate development progammes. Graduates will have the knowledge and skills to:
For further information about the course, including how to apply for a place, please contact the Australasian Section by emailing email@example.com
For IRSE membership purposes, the IRSE Australasian Section Graduate Diploma of Railway Signalling through Competency Australia is considered to be equivalent to the IRSE exam for membership purposes only, following the "equivalent qualification" box on the membership route flowchart for IRSE Member and Associate Member grades.
Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (Inc) Australasian section Incorporated office holders: