Testimonials

“Thank you all for a job well done. You certainly have inspired the Taiwan team to go for a higher target.” (August 2015)

Lawrence H Tseng

Business Advisor

China Engineering Consultants Inc.

Taiwan

 

“Thank you for everything. It is not easy to start something new in a market.” (August 2015)

Lynn Li MBE

Head of Infrastructure

UK Trade & Investment

British Office,

Taipei

 

“Gil and Val. All the best for the future, NSARE was a fantastic achievement and has contributed immensely in addressing the skills shortage in the rail industry.” (July 2015)

Jack Pendle MBA CEng FIMechE FIET

Engineering Director

VolkerRail Ltd.

 

“Gil and Val. Well done the pair of you and congratulations. What an excellent period of work following your time at the Railways.” (July 2015)

Sir Bob Reid

Past Chairman

British Railways Board

 

“Sorry you are both leaving [NSARE]. I am grateful to you both for including the heritage sector in your plans as we plan our own training schemes, where possible, dovetailing into yours.” (July 2015)

David Morgan

Past Chairman, Railway Heritage Association,

Deputy President, Transport Trust and Heritage Alliance

Founder President, European Federation of Museum and Tourist Railways (FEDECRAIL) and the World Association of Tourist Trams and Trains (WATTRAIN)

 

“It was a privilege to have worked with you over the last few years and to have witnessed at first hand the difference that you and the team have made.” (July 2015)

Alan Ross

Director, Route Asset Management

Network Rail

 

“I know that this will be your last meeting as NSA Network chair. I would like to place on record my personal thanks for your leadership of the Network over the past 2 (or so) years. It has not been an easy time to manage the Network and your clarity of vision has helped to ensure your collective sense of purpose during that time. I have also greatly appreciated your openness and willingness to keep me up-to-speed with NSA issues and concerns.” (June 2015)

Philip Edmeades

VE Business Unit

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills

 

“The Government will continue to work through the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering to tackle the wider skills challenges facing the rail sector as a whole.” (July 2014)

The Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP

Secretary of State for Transport

 

“NSARE will be a crucial partner in any future work and whilst being relatively small in size, it has established itself as the rail industry’s ‘go to’ organisation for training and skills.” (March 2014)

Lord Paul Deighton

Former CEO, London Olympic Games

& Commercial Secretary, HM Treasury


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Testimonials

“Thank you all for a job well done. You certainly have inspired the Taiwan team to go for a higher target.” (August 2015)

Lawrence H Tseng

Business Advisor

China Engineering Consultants Inc.

Taiwan

 

“Thank you for everything. It is not easy to start something new in a market.” (August 2015)

Lynn Li MBE

Head of Infrastructure

UK Trade & Investment

British Office,

Taipei

 

“Gil and Val. All the best for the future, NSARE was a fantastic achievement and has contributed immensely in addressing the skills shortage in the rail industry.” (July 2015)

Jack Pendle MBA CEng FIMechE FIET

Engineering Director

VolkerRail Ltd.

 

“Gil and Val. Well done the pair of you and congratulations. What an excellent period of work following your time at the Railways.” (July 2015)

Sir Bob Reid

Past Chairman

British Railways Board

 

“Sorry you are both leaving [NSARE]. I am grateful to you both for including the heritage sector in your plans as we plan our own training schemes, where possible, dovetailing into yours.” (July 2015)

David Morgan

Past Chairman, Railway Heritage Association,

Deputy President, Transport Trust and Heritage Alliance

Founder President, European Federation of Museum and Tourist Railways (FEDECRAIL) and the World Association of Tourist Trams and Trains (WATTRAIN)

 

“It was a privilege to have worked with you over the last few years and to have witnessed at first hand the difference that you
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