The Rail Freight Corridors, in close cooperation with Rail Net Europe, are pleased to announce a number of PCS trainings scheduled in early 2022.
The annual training focuses on the corridor specific functions in PCS, and provides you with valuable, practical insights needed for requesting Capacity on the Rail Freight Corridors for timetable 2023.
The training also enhances your knowledge by introducing you to (new) features and functions in PCS in general; informing you about the news for TT2023 and giving you the chance to practice live with individual and corridor-specific exercises.
Providing flexibility due the increased options of online meetings, several trainings are offered with the same title where the sessions will be equal.
If you would like to participate to one or several of the trainings, please register under one (or more) of the following links, for Mediterranean RFC you shall choose Group 1:
|Day1 (14 Feb)||Day2 (15 Feb)||Day3 (16 Feb)||Day4 (17 Feb)||Day5 (18 Feb)|
|9:00 – 11:00||General Beginner||RFC Group 2||RFC Group 3||RFC Group 1||RFC Group 2|
|11:00 – 13:00||General Beginner||General Advanced|
|14:00 – 16:00||General Advanced||RFC Group 1||RFC Group 2||RFC Group 3|
RFC Group 1: jointly organized by RFC North Sea-Med, Atlantic, and Mediterranean
RFC Group 2: jointly organized by RFC Baltic-Adriatic, Orient/East-Med, North Sea-Baltic, Rhine-Danube, Alpine-Western Balkan, and Amber
RFC Group 3: jointly organized by RFC Rhine-Alpine, North Sea-Med, Scan-Med, and North Sea-Baltic