Derby or Any location subject to equipment requirements
Jonathan Tillin, the founder, set up the company in 1996 and has been involved in major projects at a strategic level within testing and commissioning and has developed detailed process documentation for Railway Administrations.
Jonathan has chaired the committee reviewing the Testing Licenses within the IRSE scheme and is passionate about personnel development matters. Jonathan stepped down from the Chair at Signet Solutions in May 2004 when Dr.John Penney took the Appointment as Chairman to ...
Andy joined the Company as Operations Director in June 2001. He became Managing Director in July 2003. Andy has an excellent track record in delivering tailored training and development projects throughout the world. He is a highly skilled Signalling Engineer with 39 years’ experience in the railway industry, with proven experience in Design, Implementation and Management of training and competence schemes.
He is a training professional with expert communications and organisational skills a...
Reuben joined the Company as Technical Director in February 2002. A skilled signalling engineer with experience in the Signalling Principles, Competence Assurance, Maintenance and Project Management. Reuben is a training professional with the ability to identify training needs, specify, develop and deliver training suitable for a wide range of the industry.
Experienced in designing and implementing appropriate assessment methods and systems, Reuben is a Chartered Engineer, a Member of the Ins...
Dr. John Penney took the Appointment as Chairman to help take the Company forward in 2004. John joined the railway industry 20 years ago, after a career managing companies in telecommunications and computers. His first role was as Managing Director of Alstom Signalling in the UK, where he was entirely responsible for the UK signalling business and also a number of international projects.
During privatisation of BR, he masterminded the acquisition of the largest of the UK maintenance units and ...