Questions and Answers about Network Rail

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Do you have to do an apprenticeship to be a maintenence person

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Yes you would have to under go some training before you be a maintenance staff

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Need to be an avid drug user to get on the railways I heard

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NO but you need a couple of tools and overalls

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No but you need to be a good tea maker

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Yes,like most skilled jobs it can be a dangerous job. So safety is always a priority at Network Rail.

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Apprenticeships are not mandatory, it will help but time and experience is one of the key ingredients.
One must show dedication and passion when embarking on any career especially when your working on or near a live rail.

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Not personally but apprenticeships are available

Answered - Head of Resideential Development (Current Employee) - Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Yes like most skilled jobs you will have to undertake training to be able to do maintenance on the railways. It is a highly skilled and can be a dangerous job so safety is always a priority at Network Rail.

Answered - Financial Controller (Current Employee) - Milton Keynes

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