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Day 1 : 09-October-2019

Opening and- Welcome speeches:  ONCF – UIC – IFF – EMI –FS.

Partners pitch round table.

Presentation TEDP/projects

  • Managing knowledge transfer – Eva KRATZMEIER – DB
  • Training as a device for integrating young recruits: state of play and managerial perspectives / case of the pts program at the ONCF – Mounir TACHNOUT- ONCF
  • GEQUI Management Skills (SNCF) – BECAAS Alain- SNCF
  • Learning transfer evaluation practices – Miguel Faro Viana – Infraestruturas de Portugal – IP
  • Preparing for the operation of Africa’s first high-speed line – transferring skills and building expertise – Christophe MARTIN – IFF
  • Preparation of human resources for the operation of the Moroccan high-speed line – Said NASSIRI – ONCF
  • The professionalization: proceeds and lever of safety culture- Audrey MARQUET – SNCF
  • Learning Lab of “Université of Service” (UDS) SNCF: Open and flexible spaces supporting new learning methods – Alexandre DUBOIS – SNCF
  • Electrical risk Management – Roberta Lombardo – FS
  • Learn from mistakes – Jörg Demitz – SCHEIDT & BACHMANN
  • Development of management personnel reserve as part of the system of continuous training of personnel in JSC – Sergey SARATOV – JSC “Russian Railways”
  • Talent program Personal Leadership – Ivona Snijders – ProRail
  • Collaboration between two railway companies for the development of a positive safety culture – Stella DUVENCI-LANGA & Mohamed FATHI – SNCF – ONCF
  • International co-operation between French and Moroccan Railways – Nathalie FOY- LOUIS – SNCF
  • Compilation of a Railway Specific Vocational Educational for young Emiratis – Franz REISINGER – DB
  • SIGMA RAIL, a Euro-Mediterranean project on railway infrastructure maintenance training – Maria LEBBAR- Ecole des Mines de Rabat
  • Human factor prospective training – Angel Crescencio Martínez ORTIZ – ADIF
  • Enduring craftsmanship – Martine de Jong – van Opijnen – ProRail
  • How ProRail improved the dispatcher course by using 4C/ID model – Jacqueline Ridder – ProRail
  • Staying in tune: Non-technical skills that promote teamwork in Network Controller and Rail Driver interactivity – Philipa MURPHY – Central Queensland University
  • A Model for the Development of Railway Trainers in Integrating Non-Technical Skills into training and assessment: A National and International case study of Trainer Skills Development – Andrew J. Russell – Rail Training International Ltd
  • Developing a strategic level psychological safety measurement toolkit and training for UK consulting and rail employees: A case study – Rajkiran Kandola – Amey
  • The Role of Different Enhanced Information Train Displays Designs in Skill-, Rule-, and Knowledge-based Performance – Anjum NAWEED – Central Queensland University
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