Train guard position

Discussion in 'Railway Jobs & Careers' started by Inkson143, 11 Aug 2015.

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  1. Inkson143

    Inkson143 New Member

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    Hi there,

    I've just passed the medical and psychometric tests needed to become a train guard. As you can guess I really can't wait to get started and learn everything I need to know. I'm just wondering if there is anything I can do to give myself a head start?

    Thanks folks
     
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  3. craigybagel

    craigybagel Established Member

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    Congratulations!

    I wouldn't worry too much about that. Your training will be done on the basis that no one in the room has ever been on a train before. There is a lot to get through but your trainers will help you get there at the right pace. Anything you try and pick up now might just confuse things!

    Good luck with it. I had a great time on training: as much as I love the job, part of me would love to do it all again! Although the 9 weeks living in a hotel might have had something to do with that :D
     
  4. pop79

    pop79 Member

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    Hi Inkson I have a Train Guard assessment with SWT any detailed hints or tips ?
    Thanks very much
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    Hi Inkson I have a Train Guard assessment with SWT any detailed hints or tips ?
    Thanks very much
     
  5. TDK

    TDK Established Member

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    You won't need a head start and I wonder why you would want a head start anyway
     
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