You can enter the industry right out of high school by applying for entry-level positions directly with the railway companies. Railway work does require a high school diploma, but most companies offer training and on-the-job learning as part of their employment process to help you get the skills you need to succeed. Another option is to get the training you need before applying for a position within the rail industry:

Canadian Pre-employment Training Programs

Here is where you’ll find detailed information about the Railway Conductor Programs offered at select colleges across Canada. These programs are designed to meet railway industry standards and position program graduates as a preferred hiring choice. Click on any one of the links below to get your career on track today!

English Language Programs
British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) - Vancouver
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) - Calgary
Red River College (RRC) - Winnipeg
Confederation College - Thunder Bay
George Brown College - Toronto

French Language Programs
Cégep André-Laurendeau - Montreal
Cégep de Sept-Îles - Sept-Îles



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