Rejlers to help newly arrived engineers enter the labour market
Rejlers has been commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration to design a training concept for newly arrived engineers. With its extensive experience of railway-related courses, Rejlers will develop a course plan that will lead to participants being able to be employed in the railway sector after a year at the authority’s Training and Education Centre, Trafikverksskolan.
The course will focus on planning of track, electrical power, signalling, telecommunication and canalisation and combine theory, practical exercises and work-place training. The course will also contain elements of project manager, law and the Swedish Transport Administration’s planning process.
“For Rejlers, it is important to contribute to a sustainable development of society and with the knowledge and skills we have to succeed with the challenges that exist in the labour market. The assignment for the Transport Administration proves that we are an important player in this field, not least as regards personnel regrowth in the railway industry,” says Lisa Rejler, Investor Relations & CSR Director at Rejlers.
Some ten people at Rejlers are working on drawing up the training concept, which Rejlers is partly developing in collaboration with local authorities and organisations with knowledge of labour market measures.
The Transport Administration’s objective is for the course to begin on 16 January 2017.
For further information:
Peter Rejler; President and CEO, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomas Ölvebring; Regional Manager North, tel. +46 (0)70 322 19 71, email: email@example.com
Rejlers is one of the largest engineering consultancy firms in the Nordic region. Our 2,000 experts work with projects in the areas of Building and property, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure. At Rejlers, you will meet specialist engineers with the knowledge, cutting edge expertise and energy to achieve results. We are still experiencing rapid growth and can now be found in 80 locations in Sweden, Finland and Norway. Rejlers recorded revenue of SEK 1.9 billion in 2015 and its class B share is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.