Welcome to ARTP
The Association of Railway Training Providers Ltd. (ARTP) is the trade association for suppliers of training, development and competence management services to the rail industry. Our primary aim is to be the association that represents the interests of all those involved in training, development and competence management services to the Railway Industry. We achieve this by being composed of eligible members who are elected on the basis of providing training, development or competence management services within the railway industry.
For information on our membership of ARTP, the benefits you can have as a member and how to apply, visit the ARTP Membership area. For your convenience, we also have a members directory and a searchable index of the services our member organisations provide.
If you have any further enquiries, please contact us by telephone on 020 7201 0778 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Thanks for visiting ARTP.
Association of Railway Training Providers Ltd.
Company Registration 02343286
Company Limited by Guarantee
Russell Square House
10–12 Russell Square
London WC1B 5LF
What’s going on…
SSOWP Trainer? Help required. 16th May
The Network Rail Track Worker Safety Group (TWSG) are seeking a representative from ARTP (who is also a current SSOWP trainer) to assist with the new Permit to Work Project. If anybody would like volunteer they are advised to contact Emma Head (emma … Continue reading →
New PTS training material 10th May
All training companies should have received their new PTS training material this week. If you have any questions or comments can you please let me know and I will add them to the website. If you have a response from Network Rail I will add this too … Continue reading →
Rail Electrification Development Programme 7th May
Network Rail have recently issued this first Newsletter headed “Meeting the challenges of rail electrification” Below is an extract from the newsletter. Even if you are not directly involved in electrification training it is worth subscribing to th … Continue reading →