QUALIFICATION STANDARDS FOR CLASSROOM TRAINING INSTRUCTORS
17. No railway company shall qualify as a classroom training instructor for a required subject a person who has not obtained a mark of at least 90 per cent in a written examination on that subject.
QUALIFICATION STANDARDS FOR EXAMINERS
18. An employee or officer of a railway company who is an on-job training instructor or a classroom training instructor is qualified to act an an examiner on the subjects on which the employee or officer is qualified to give instruction.
TRAINING PROGRAMS AND CONSULTATION
19. (1) A railway company shall establish employee training programs for each occupational category.
(2) A railway company shall establish and modify its employee training programs in consultation with the trade unions representing its employees in the occupational categories.
(3) Within 90 days after the coming into force of these Regulations, a railway company shall file with the Committee a description of all employee training programs relating to each occupational category.
(4) Within 90 days after any change is made to an employee training program required by subsection (1), a railway company shall file with the Committee a description of the change.
20. (1) For each calendar year a railway company shall submit to the Committee, not later than March 31 of the following year, a comprehensive report on its employee training programs.
(2) A report referred to in subsection (1) shall specify
(a) the total number of employees in each occupational category;
(b) the total number of employees who received training in each occupational category;
(c) the number of employees who received training and met the training requirements for each category and the number who failed to meet the training requirements; and
(d) any new or improved techniques or devices adopted in the company’s employee training programs.
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