Institution of Railway Signal Engineers
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The IRSE is based in London, with international sections in:
- Hong Kong
- The Netherlands
- North America
- Southern Africa
In the UK:
- Midland and North Western
Membership grade is dependent on the individual member's experience and / or formal qualification.
- Accredited Technician
- Associate Member
IRSE Licensing Scheme
The IRSE Licensing Scheme was introduced in 1994 as a means of competence certification for people undertaking work in the railway signalling and telecommunications industry. There are over 50 licence categories that cover the design, installation, testing, maintenance and engineering management of both railway signalling and telecommunications. Possession of a licence (or evidence that you are working towards obtaining a licence) is essential for people who want to carry out S&T engineering work for Network Rail or London Underground. Network Rail and London Underground require themselves and their contractors and consultants, ensure that all S&T engineers engaged in safety-critical and safety-related work possess IRSE licences.
- IRSE News – a near monthly journal featuring technical articles and papers, as well as articles of general interest to the signalling community.
- Nock, O.S. (1962). Fifty Years of Railway Signalling. London: The Institution of Railway Signal Engineers.
- "IRSE – Near you". The Institution of Railway Signal Engineers. Retrieved 26 November 2011.
- IRSE website
- Unofficial discussion forum for those considering taking the IRSE professional examination.
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