National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure

Delivering the next generation of skills and expertise for the rail & transport industries

National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure

Doncaster’s National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure (NCATI) was established to deliver the skills, training, work experience and expertise required by the rail and transport industry to facilitate its continued growth and development.

The college, located on Lakeside, is part of the University of Birmingham group and provides an excellent supply of work-ready graduates with technical and professional qualifications that will enable them to become highly skilled technicians, project managers and apprentices for the rail and transport sectors. NCATI also plays an important role in training and upskilling the existing workforce. It’s all about making sure that the right people, with the right skills are available to support the continued expansion and investment by rail companies in Doncaster’s world-class rail cluster.

Pioneering technical excellence to produce a new generation of highly skilled professionals to lead Britain’s rail industry revolution

NCATI offers a range of courses and professionally accredited programmes, all developed with industry employers and specialists, and taught by the best in the business. Core skills are taught, with introductory units on rail, engineering and management. Specialist high speed rail and infrastructure subjects such as digital railway systems, track engineering, and train technologies of the future are also taught as advanced modules. Qualifications awarded range from diploma to degree level.

Have a look around the purpose-built college building

National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure

NCATI has 76,000 sq feet of specialist teaching and workshop space

Whether you’re a new student or already work in the rail industry, there are countless opportunities for you to help shape the future of our railways.

For more information contact Andrew Webb

Download the National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure brochure

Last updated: 20 May 2021, 11:25