Carillion’s Rail Safety Trainers / Apprentices now on NSAR-CONNECT

NSAR are working with the rail sector to support efforts to redeploy rail employees affected by the Carillion’s liquidation. They have uploaded to NSAR-Connect details of Rail apprentices and Rail Safety trainers and assessors who are looking for employment.

To see the details of the Carillion apprentices and trainers, please register on NSAR-CONNECT:

The Apprentices can be found within the Referred Apprentice section and the Trainers and Assessors can be found in the Graduates section. To see only the Carillion staff, please insert Carillion into the keyword search facility. 

Once your registration is validated you will be able to directly contact any of the Carillion trainers, assessors and apprentices registered on NSAR-CONNECT. All they ask for in return is that you let then know if you have been able to offer employment to any of the individuals. 

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