The Railroad Dispatcher Training Program is designed to train you in the rules, regulations and procedures of a railroad dispatcher. You use computer systems in a hands-on simulated dispatching environment.
Graduates are able to move trains safely and efficiently across an assigned territory.
This certificate program is taught only on the Northwest Campus and requires specific time and cost commitments.
Applications for the 2015 classes will be accepted on a rolling basis. You will need to submit only 1 application to be considered for all 2015 classes.
There are no application deadlines for the 2015 classes; the application will close once all seats in all classes are full.
The earlier your eligible application is received, the higher your potential for being considered for more classes.
To be eligible, you must:
Prospective Railroad Dispatcher students must:
Once accepted into the program, you apply to TCC.
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2015 calendar year. Classes are full.
If you submitted an application that has not been processed yet, we will keep it on file in case additional classes are added.
When the 2016 application opens, we will post the class dates here. Thank you for your interest in our program.
Aptitude Tests will be available only to applicants who have:
Once approval for testing has been granted, applicants will be contacted by email with instructions for testing.
Terri Kleam, Railroad Program Coordinator
4801 Marine Creek Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76179-3599
Updated March 24, 2015