Siemens, National Academy For Rail And The Central Japan Railway Company Discuss Diversity In The Rail Industry
Representatives from Siemens, the National Academy for Rail and the Central Japan Railway Company will come together to join a panel discussion on promoting diversity in the rail industry chaired by Railway Gazette’s Managing Director.
During the panel, they will debate the role of training in making sure that senior management teams become more diverse in the next 5 years. In a session prior to that the National Skills Academy for Rail (NSAR) will give insights in how the rail industry can encourage those from diverse backgrounds to strive for senior management roles.
Other topics covert in the panel discussion include:
– What are the key challenges that make rail one of the least diverse industries in the UK?
– How can companies work together to attract more women, BAME and other minorities into the industry?
The panel is taking place on day two of the free to attend on-floor seminars at the World MetroRail Congress in London this April. The seminars will be showcasing some of the newest innovations in Urban Rail technology.
From Hyperloop One and their promise to disrupt travel forever, to WMG and their solutions for very light rail, find out how your business could benefit from some of the most forward thinking in the industry. Some of the speakers include TTK, WMG, Transport for London, Fluidmesh, Young Rail Professionals, Crossrail 2, Women in Rail and many more.
For more information, please visit www.terrapinn.com/conference/metrorail/free-expo.stm