Overview

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The National College for Advanced Transport & Infrastructure (NCATI) has been established to provide the higher-level skills needed to transform the UK rail and transport infrastructure network.
The College opened in September 2017 as the National College for High Speed Rail (NCHSR) on state-of-the-art campuses in Birmingham and Doncaster. In August 2019, the College changed its name to reflect the growing demand across the UK transport infrastructure industry.

The College is dedicated to providing the higher-level training required to create HS2, Northern Powerhouse Rail and other rail projects, as well as supporting the skills demand from employers who are facing skills challenges such as digitalisation of the railway and an ageing workforce

Through a combination of classroom teaching and real work experience, apprenticeships and short courses, the College provides technical and professional courses, using the very latest industry technology, to a diverse range of learners that are starting a career in the industry, are looking to switch careers, or are part of the existing workforce.

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CURRENT OPENINGS



  • Job Title

    Customer Service Administrator

  • Location

    Doncaster

  • Posted

    26th November 2021

  • Salary

    £17,500 - £20,000

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Are you passionate about customer service? Are you looking for a new challenge, supporting a growing college in further education? The National College for Transport and Infrastru ...

Vision and values

We want to produce a new generation of highly skilled professionals to lead the UK’s future rail, transport and infrastructure workforce.

Our learners are at the heart of everything we do. The College has been established to provide inclusive and high quality education and training that meet the needs of all our learners, industry partners and local communities, and supports local, regional and national economic growth.

Working collaboratively with partners and the University of Birmingham, we will provide a lifelong learning opportunity supported by railway, transport and infrastructure qualifications and competencies. Learners of all ages will benefit from a high quality education that will prepare them for, or advance them in, a career in a sector that is rapidly transforming. By working with a range of local education providers across the UK, we will increase participation for groups under-represented in technical education.

With an expanded curriculum taught by industry qualified and experienced staff, learners will thrive in aspirational and supportive environments in the Midlands and the North. The College will become an integral part of the government’s transport, infrastructure and broader industrial strategy.

As part of the University of Birmingham group, we will embed the values and ethos of excellence, leadership, pioneering spirit, purposefulness and pragmatism.

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Working for us

The National College for Advanced Transport & Infrastructure has been established to provide highly skilled technicians, project managers and apprentices to lead the UK’s rail, transport and infrastructure sectors.

We are dedicated to producing a new generation of highly skilled professionals to lead the UK’s future rail, transport and infrastructure workforce.

Relaunched in May 2021, we joined the University of Birmingham group and we have new leadership and an exciting and ambitious vision for the future.

At state-of-the-art campuses in Birmingham and Doncaster, there will be an expanded curriculum. We are bringing on board new education partners and industry collaborators to provide a lifelong learning opportunity supported by railway, transport and infrastructure qualifications and competencies.

As part of the University of Birmingham group, we will benefit from the University’s widely recognised rail expertise and sector partners to help tackle the UK skills gap.

Employers and industry groups are an integral part of our ecosystem; they will contribute to advisory groups and our learners’ experience. The College will not only provide much needed capacity in the training market, but our specialist focus and coordinated approach will ensure that key sectors, such as rail, have the right people with the right skills in the right place and time.

How to find us

How to find us

How to find us
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Cambs
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