Catch the express train

Smedley, Tim
October 2007
People Management;10/4/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 20, p26
The article reports that Network Rail's apprenticeship scheme is laying the line for a new generation of world-class engineers, making it the overall winner of the People Management Award 2007. Aiming to become a world class company, Network Rail rustled up a leadership development centre, a revitalised graduate programme, a foundation degree in railway engineering in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University, and five new training centres.


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