About the Certified Railway Assessor

Certified Railway AssessorA Certified Railway Assessor has a big responsibility within railway projects. The assessor is responsible for implementation of the assessment plan and to make sure that all activities are performed by competent specialists. He or she assesses whether really right specialists, performed the right work, with the right tools, procedures and/or guidelines over the lifecycle phases that he or she is responsible for.

The Assessor role is a requirement in the following standards:

  • EN 50126
  • EN 50128
  • EN 50129

Get your Railway Assessor competency certified

If you are interested in becoming a Certified  Railway Assessor then you need to comply with the following requirements

  1. Submit proof of formal training in EN 5012X standards
  2. Two independent references that confirm that you have/had the position of Railway Assessor
  3. Two different Assessment case studies demonstrating that you where the Assessor
  4. Professional: >40 hours of verifiable Assessment project hours,
  5. Expert: >1500 hours of verifiable Assessment Project hours, or
  6. Master: >3000 hours of verifiable Assessment Project hours
  7. Interview with a railway expert

The certification process

  1. You register your intent to get certified and pay the Registration Fee
  2. You submit the above required proof for points 1-3 and 4 or 5
  3. Your application is reviewed, followed by a feedback
  4. Once all is compliant, an interview is scheduled
  5. The Certification Fee is paid after the successful interview
  6. The Competence Certificate is issued and your Safety Passport is updated