From apprentices to masters: IRTE Skills Challenge set to welcome the next generation of PSV engineers and technicians
The IRTE Bus & Coach Skills Challenge is back for its 12th anniversary and is set to revolutionise the industry by challenging the status quo and shaping the future of talent within engineering.
A guide from the IRTE on the safe and proper use of Wheel Chocks
Join us for a webinar with James Ashford, Head of Connected Services at Brigade Electronics. You will learn about the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), when it will be implemented and what compliance with the DVS will mean.
November's edition of Transport Engineer features a look at wheel security, caring for workshop equipment and regulations around trailer design
On the 12th of October, Stagecoach East invited both the SOE and its members to Cambridge to showcase their ground-breaking Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) technology.
The UK faces a shortfall of 1 million engineers by 2030, according to new research by strategy firm Stonehaven. This shortfall threatens major infrastructure projects, such as HS2 as well as crucial infrastructure such as hospitals.
Since 2016, the number of fully zero-emission bus routes has increased from 5 to 54, with a further 15 routes using a mixture of zero and low-emission buses.
Andy Waddington of Spillard Vehicle Safety Systems presented the IRTE Northern Centre’s May Continuing Professional Development (CPD) event.
The Commercial Vehicle Show in April this year was a resounding success, with an increase in visitors flocking to the NEC in Birmingham. Three days in at the NEC saw around 12,000 visitors and witnessed launches of two new large trucks, seven new LCVs and dozens of product and services.
Bumper year for First Bus engineers