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Confederation College - Thunder Bay, Ontario

Railway Conductor Program Description

The role of the railway conductor is an important link between ensuring customer satisfaction and achieving efficient operations. Railway conductors are involved with switching train cars, making or splitting up trains in yards, or moving train cars between yards, sidings or tracks. The Railway Conductor program at Confederation College prepares graduates for employment in road or yard service train crews in Class 1 railways in North America as well as in shortline, regional carriers and industrial switching operations. The Railway Conductor program is designed and approved by the Railway Association of Canada (RAC).

Program Length
10 weeks

Start Dates
September

Location
Confederation College, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Practicum Location(s)
TBD

Special Equipment Requirements
(Personal Protective Equipment)
Standard PPE is required and must be purchased by the student

Fees
Tuition: $9,500

Contact Confederation College
John Hatton
Tel: 807-475-6626
Email: hatton@confederationc.on.ca

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