Locomotive Engineer & Conductor

Locomotive Engineer & Conductor Basic Training Program

The Transportation Industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country today, and Locomotive Engineers and Conductors are in great demand, locally and nationally.
This 65-hour course is designed to prepare you participants for pre-employment as a Locomotive Engineer, Conductor, Train Dispatcher, Operator or Management Trainee at a public transportation provider or freight railroad. The goal of this course is to increase employment opportunities in the Transportation Industry and prepare participants for a railroad’s training academy once employed. Upon completion of this course, Participants will be prepared to interview for positions at commuter or freight railroads across the United States, including but not limited to: NJ Transit, Metro North, Amtrak, LIRR, SEPTA, NS, CSX, CONRAIL, RNBM and Short Line Railroads.

Specific questions regarding the class can be addressed by emailing Donna Kirn directly at: donna.kirn@bucks.edu

Next Offering: Fall 2016